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Description Current Year-To-Date
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Regula.:r Py !f/K 13.64 13.64
33.B5 6.50 220.03 220.03 Medi W/R :3,.19 3.19
Fed W/B: 1.85 1.85
State li/R 2.73 2.73
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220.03 Deductions 2L41. :01.41
Nel: Pay US .62 198.62

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El!;I Ih 8 Name, Dylan B. Klebold
SS#, 524-45-$4Bl pay period: 3/22/99 thru 4/4/99
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Regular Py FICA 'ii/H !L60 23.24
23.B3 6.50 154.90 374.93 Med! 'ii/H :a. 25 5.44
Fed W/R 0.00 1.85
State W/B: 0.00 2.73
Total Gross 154.90 374.93 Deductions 11.85 33.26
Net Pay 143.05 341.67

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Emp lh 8 Name, Oylan B. Xlebold
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Sta.te l'l/H 0.10 :2.83
Empl Mv 120.00 120.00
Total Gross 167.U 542.24 Deductions 132.90 166.16
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Enlpi' 3 Name, Eric D. Harris
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State W/H 11.29 11.29

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Net Pay 224.72 224.72

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Emp #, :; Name, Eric D. Harris
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43.87 7.65 33!L61 620.97 Melii Ii/H 4.87 9.01
Fed W/H 35.05 62.57
State W/H 13.80 25.09
Total Gross 335.61 620.97 Deductions 74.53 135.17
Net Pay 261.08 485.80

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Fed W/H 24.68 87.25
State Wig 10.:H 3S .43
_1 Adv 200.00 200.00
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Total Gross 266.45
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887.42 Deductions
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Net Pay 11.05 4%.85

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INTERymw WITH SUSAN AND TOM KLEBOLD

On 04·30-99,at about 1635hoursI respondedto GaryLozow's office in orderto interview Susanand Tom Klebold,the parent'
ofDylanKlebold. Also present for this interviewwas Sgt.Randy West,InvestigatorCherylZimmermanandDistrictAttorney
Charles Tingle, Stephanie 0 'Malley and Gary LoZQw were presentassistingwith the representationof the Klebold parents,
Sgt. West explained the purpose of our visit was to obtain background information on DylanKlebold and he asked that the
Klebold's provide that informationto us.

The Klebold's advised that Dylan Klebold was born 09·l!·8I, and was a healthy, happy child, who grew to be very bright.

They advised that Dylan Klebold was very good at math, was shy, and waswell loved by his teachers end peers. There were
J problems with Dylan. He joined Boy Scouts, won a Pinewood Derby and was a pitcher on a little league team. The
Klebold's indicatedthat Dylan was gentle,and was that way until the day he died.

Mr. Klebold indicatedthat he and his son were very close and he is veryupset with the way that the media has portrayedhim,
Mr. Klebold said that he has no idea what happenedor why and indicatedthat Dylan was his best friend and that they spent
a lot of'timetogether. Mr. Kleboldsaid that he believedthat his son hada personalitythat was verysimilar 10his, Mr. Klebold
went on to state that Dylan always had few friendsand thathe was an easychild and a normal teenager. Mr. Klebold said that
Dylan managed himself and his life well and pointed out that he was in a gifted program at Governor's Ranch Elementary,
where he had wonderful teachers in his classes. Mr. Klebold indicated that Dylan's transition to junior high school was
difficult for him and Mr. Klebold found that to be painful becausehe knew the issuesthat Dylan would go through frombeing
in an elementaryschool to going to junior high school. Mr. Kleboldsaid that he and his wife were not absentee parents and
that they were always there for Dylan.

According to Mr. Klebold, Dylan was born at Lutheran MedicalCenter and went to Governor's Ranch Elementary School,
where he wasinvolvedin the CHIPSProgrambetweengradesthreeand six. Priorto that, Dylanwas in NormandyElementary
'l' first and second grade. Dylan then went on to junior high school at Ken Caryl and then ended up at Columbine High

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School. In terms of sports, Dylan played soccer when he was in fifth Or sixth grade and he also played T-Ball and baseball.
Dylanwas very competitive, however,he was sensitive. DuringDylan's time at Ken Caryl Junior High School, therewasno
giftedprogram,however,he did moderatelywell. Mr. Kleboldbelievedthat Dylanhad drum lessons, however,doesnot recall
any particular extracurricular activities in junior high school other than baseball. Once at Columbine High School, Dylan
became involved in the plays at the school and in particular, worked soundsand lights. Dylan was also a computerassistant
and did troubleshootingand assisted with computers. Dylan was described by hi' parents as "pretty quiet" while attending
Columbine High School and stated that Dylan worked at Black Jack Pizza for a while, quit, went to work at Computer
Renaissance, and then left there, and returned to Black Jack Pizza, which is where he was working at the time of his death.

Wbenaskedaboutgirlfriends,the Klebold's indicatedthat Dylandidn't exactlyhavea girlfriend,but wouldgo out with a gronp
of friends which Mr. Klebold described as "group dating." The Klebold's said that Dylan was extraordinarily shy in high
,hool, however, he did go to the prom with Robyn Anderson. The Klebold's said that Robyn and Dylan studied Calculus
together and describedRobyn as a very sweetgirl and againsaid that they dnn'r believe that Dylanever consideredRobynhis
girlfriendand again pointed out that there were groups of kids that dated together.

When asked about different friends that Dylan had, the Klebcld's said that Dylan had a circle of acquaintances and that it
wasn't necessarily a specific group, however, several groupsof kids that knew each other. The Klebold's described Dylan's
friends as quiet and intelligent kids and maybe shy. The Klebold's said that Dylan's friends were definitely not the most
popular kids in school. Dylan had three to four close male friends, who they named as Zaeh Heckler, Nathan Dykeman,and
Eric Harris, The Klebold's also said that Dylanhad mentionedChris Morris's name, however, they don't believethat he had
ever been at their house. He also mentioned Dylanwas involvedin too FantasyBaseball League with Kristin Theibault, and
otherswho had been at the Klebold residence. Mr. Klebold saidthat Dylanwasvery involvedin the Fantasy Baseball League
on the Internet andstated that he had a prettyorganizedwebsite regardingthat. Mr. Kleboldsaid that Dylan wouldpick players
and they would draft different players and they had played for several years. The Klebold's also advised that Dylan was
involved in playingMidnight Bowling at Fun-Plex and would play every few weeks with his group of friends.

be Klebold's indicated that they have an older son,Byron, who movedout two and a half years ago and lives in Aurora with

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a male roommate. They provided his phone numberof _ _

Mr. Klebold advised that the transition from Governor's RanchElementaryto Ken Caryl Junior High could be describedas
from "cradle to reality." Mr. Klebold said that Dylan was sheltered at his classes at Governor's Ranch. The Klebold's
perspective is that Dylan seemed well adjusted. Mrs, Kleboldthan staredthe onlytime she ever saw Dylan cry was once when
became home from school and went to his bedroom. Dylanthentook a box of stuffed toys from the closet and buriedhimself
and fen asleep underneaththe stuffedtoys, Mr. Kleboldsaid that shecheckedon what the problemwas, however,Dylar would
never tel! her what had caused him to cry. The Klebold's indicatedthat they monitored everything about Dylan and Mr.
Klebold said that based on his own experience, Dylan seemed normal. Mr. KJebold went on to state that he asked Dylan in
the past if people were picking on him and Dylanwould tell bimno, and would point out that he was 6'4" so people wouldn't
pick on him, however, Dylan did indicate that people picked on Eric (Harris).

When asked about the relationship between Dylanand Eric, Mr. Klebold indicatedthat Eric Harris was"a best friend, but not
the only friend." Whenasked where Ericand Dylan spent mostoftheir time, the Klebold's indicatedthat Eric did not spend
very much time at the Klebold residence and that Dylan sometimes spent the night at Eric Harris's house, as well as others.
The Klebold's said that even though Dylanspent eveningsat differentfriends' houses, he always attended to his homework,
The KJebold's also indicated that he knows that Dylan and his friends socialized on the computer and would play different
computer gamesvia the Internet. When asked about Dylan's friends, the Klebold's indicated that they struck them as happy
and healthy and that there was a lot of laughter between Dylan and his friends and that they would watch movie, and other
activities. The Klebold's indicatedthat Dylan's friendswere alwaysnice and polite to them and indicated that they all seemed
Ilke laid hack kids without social pressures, The Klebold's indicatedthat Dylan seemedto like the way that he looked and
seemed comfortable in talking to anyone. The Klebold's describedDylan's friends, Nate and Zach, as extroverts and Mrs.
Klebold said that she had never met Chris (Morris). Mr. KJebold said that he had met Chris and described him as "serious.
The Klebold's said that Eric Harris was quieter and they never felt that they knew him very well, however, he was always
respectful. The Klebold's said that Dylan hadsleep oversat all of the differentboys' homesandKlebold saidthat It sometimes
happened every other weekend. Mrs, Klebold said that shebelievedit was closer to once a month that Dylan slept at one of
is friends house.

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When asked specifically about a mend of Dylan's by the name of 10e, the Kiebold's indicated that they have a vague
recollection and thought that there may be an association with Black Jack Pizza. When asked about Brooks Brown, the
Klebold's indicated that Brooks was. mend ofDylan's and MIs. K1ebold indicatedthat she and Brooks' mother an: mends.
They also indicated that Brooks used to have a band and that Dylan played the drums in that band. The Klebold's said that
Brooksgot out the Chips programin the 6thgradeandafter that Brooksand Dylanweremore acquaintancesthan friends. The
Kleboid's said that Brooks bed his own circle of friends, however, at somepoint in the last coupleofyears Brooksand Dylan
had become closer. In fact, Brooks and Dylan discussedpossibly writing a play together sometimelast year. Mrs. Klebold
said that she knew that Judy Brown had problems with Eric Harris and knows that there was SOme sort of a conflict over a
snowball being thrown. Mrs. Klebold said that she did no! know about the web site informationand didn't know about any
threats that were allegedlymade hy EricHarris againstBrooksBrown. Mrs. Klebold said that she does knowthat JudyBrown
did not like Eric Hams, however. she indicated that "Judy doesn't like a lot of people." Mrs. Klebold said that Dylan did
-ientionthat there was a problem between Ericand Brooks, however, Dylan liked both of them. Dylan indicatedthat he was
goingto slay out of this conflict. The Klebold's thoughtthat this was a normal range of adolescent behavior. The Klebold's
also indicated that Nate and Zach wanted the same girl a few monthsago and now they're not talking, indicatingthat this is
also within that normal range of adolescent behavior. Mrs. Klebold said that Dylan was tolerant, even tempered, and never
talked beck.

Mr. Klebold indicated that he and his son, Dylan,did lots cf things togetherand talked a lot. Mr. Klebold indicatedthat they
played sports together andthat they also workedon Dylan's car togetherand built speakersfor the car. MI. Klebold indicated
that Dylan also huilt his own computer and they played ehese together. Mr. Klebold said that he got rheumatoid arthritis
approximately three years ago and so he had to quit playing sports with his son. Mr. Klebold said that Dylan was a typical
adolescent and would have one word answers at times.

Mr. Kleboldindicated that he is a GooPbysicalConsultantand that he contracts for independentoil and gas companies. Mr.
Kleboldsaid that he is often out oftbe house,however,he has been homea lot in the last year. MI. Klebold also indicatedthat
he andhis wifehavepurchased incomepropertiesto fix up, however, indicatedthat Dylandid not like to help himin the repairs

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Mrs. Klebold indicated that she has worked for 20 years in higher education and that she started as a tutor, became a lab
assistant, and worked in a GED lab. Mrs. Klebold said that since Septemberof 1991 she trains people with disabilities.

The Klebold's indicatedthat they have Rockies season tickets, whichthey split between four families. Mr. Klebold 'aid that
usually he and one of his sons will attendthese games.When askedhow long they have livedon"treet, they indicated
that they had been there 10 years. The Klebcld's indicated that they would drive down to school when Dylan went to
elementaryandjunior high school andthen hewoulddrivehimselftoColumbineHigh School.When askedaboutwhat Dylan's
dreams were for the future, they indicated that he wanted 10 be a computer science major and had been accepted at the
Universityof Arizona. The Klebold's 'aid that they hadjust goneon a four daytrip to the UniversityofArizona so that Dylan
couldpick out his dormroom. The Klebold's indicatedthat Dylanwouldnot liketo dwell on decisionsand he appeared to reel
comfortablewith his decision ofgoing to the Universityof Arizona.

The Klebold's indicatedthat there was a lot of involvement in Dylan's life,the last month of his life, however, over Passover
he seemeda bit sadder.

When asked about Dylan's room and any wall decorations, the Klebold's indicatedthat they never saw anything unusual in
Dylan's room and thought that it was normal for a 11or 18year old boy.The Klebold's said that Dylan had a Nine Inch Nails
poster and anotherposterofa womanin a leopardbikini.The Klebold's saidthat Dylan also had three sport, pictures regarding
baseballand also had some street signs. Mrs. Kleboldindicatedthat Dylanbad a poster ofMarilyn Mansonand that 'he asked
him about it, and in particular askedhim what it meant Dylanbadtold herthat it didn't meananythingand that he didn't really
listen to lyrics of Marilyn Mansonmusic, however,did listen10the music. The Klebold's indicatedthat Dylan liked Techno
music, which Mr. Klebold described as "machine made music." In particular, Dylan liked Ramstien and KMFDM. The
Klebold's saidthat Dylanwas learninghow to makedecisionsandthey wouldlet himmakethosedecisions ifhewouidexplain
himselfand articulate why he was makingthe decisionshe was making. The Klebold's indicatedthis Was an example ofDylan
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had a hunting knife and he once had throwing knives when he was a child, Mr. Klebold said that he was anti-gun and anti-
concealedweapons permitand said he never saw anyfascination ofgunsfromDylan. Mr. Klebold said that his children knew
that he was anti-violent and anti-gun. When asked about whether or not Dylan knew the German language, the Klebcld's
indicated that Dylan took French for three years and German in the 5" grade, however, did not know of any particular
fascination with the German language.

The Klebold's indicatedthat they're biggest shock was whenDylan and Eric were caught breaking intoa car. They indicated
that Dylanwent into diversionand did verywell with it, as did EricHarris,and they both gotout early. The Klebold's indicated
that Dylanwas angrywhen he was caught trespassinginto the vanand he told them that it was innocent,that the vanhad been
parked there and the stuffthat they took belonged to a company.

'gt. West asked the Klebold's about the PVC and galvanizedpipe in the garage.and Mr. Klebold indicated that he fixes his
rental homes up and that there is probablyparts of pipes and/or PVC in the garage.

Whenaskedabout activitiesthat Dylanwas interested in, the Klebold's indicatedthat Dylan and his friendsliketo watchvideos
and that they were like normal teenagers and watchedmovies, such a, action films and comedies. Mr. Klebold indicatedthat
there's a lot of violence in that kind of movies, however, he felt that these are the kind of movies that all kid, today are
watching, and in particular named James Bond movies, Lethal Weapon, and Matrix, When asked about the video game
"Doom," the Klebold's indicated that Dylan playedthat gameall the time. The Klebold's indicated that Dylandid not hid his
playing of "Doom" from his parents and that ne would play it on the computerover the phone lines.

When asked about the week proceedingApril 20, the Klebold's indicatedthat on Friday night, April 16th,Eric Harris came
over to spendthe night sometimebetween 10:00p.m,and II :00p.m, The Klebold's said that they have not seen Eric in about
six months at their nome previous to that. The Klebold's said that when Eric arrived at their house on Friday night he was
carrying a black nylon duffle bag that was "stuffed with something." The Klebold's indicated that it was awkward for Eric
to carry this and that he had to USe both hands. The Klebold's said that the next morningEricleft sometime between9:00 a.m.
-id9:30 a.m, and that he did not have the black dufflebagwith him. The Klebold's also advised that the bed did not look slept

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in, and SO they do not know whether or not if Eric slept on the bed or on the couch. Mr. Klebold said he assumed it was a
computer in the bag.

When askedabout the relationshipbetweenDylanand Eric, theyadvised that they did not havethe impressionthat anyonewas
the leader, however, advised on occasion Eric would get mad at Dylan if he "screwed somethingup."

Whenaskedabout Saturday and Sunday,theKlebold's advisedthat Saturdaythe 17thwas promnight andthatDylanwas going
to the Prom with Robyn Anderson, The Klebcld's indicated that Robyn was in New York and did not get homeSaturdayuntil
4:30 p.m. and that Dylan may have been a little bit stressed out that Robyn was delayed getting back from New York. The
Klebold's said that the limo was supposedto pick them up at 6:00 p.m, at one of the kid's house. The Klebold's said that
Robyn Anderson picked Dylan up and that when she arrived there they talked about their future plans with school and the
"lebold's video taped them leaving. The Klebold's 'aid that Dylan and Robyn went to Bella's restaurant ill downtown and
that there was a total of 12 people in the limousine. The Klebold' saidthat Eric Harris did not have a date for the prom, but
did go to the after prom. Mrs, Kleboldsaid that Dylanarrivedhome from the prom at about 3:00 a.m. on Sunday morningand
she asked him how the prom was. Dylanthen showedhi' mother a flaskof Schnapps. however,told her that he did not drink
but a little bit. Dylan indicatedthat the rest of the groupwas going to breakfast,however.he was tired and he was just going
to go to bed.

The Klebold's said that on Sunday they believedthat Dylan slept late because he had gotten home so late. Mr. Klebold said
that he thought that Dylanwas going to be going Over 10 Eric's, however.he is not sure. Mrs. Klebold did say that they were
homeall weekend long and indicated that they normallyhave dinnertogetheras a family on Sunday nights, however,cannot
rememberif they actually did have dinner together on Sunday, the 18th.

Sgt. West asked the Klebold's if they ever saw the black duffle bag again,and Mr. Klebold said that they did not see it again,
nor did they Look for it. Mr. Klebold said that the last time he was in Dylan's roomwas approximately two weeks prior to the
20th and that wasto tum offthe computerwhichhad been lefton. Mr.Kleboldsaid he didn't go up to Dylan's roomthat much.
fr. Kleboldsaid he did not believethat Dylan hung out with kids that they didn't approveof, otherwise they would not have

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allowed him 10 hangout with those type of kids.

When asked specifically about April 20th, tile Klebold's indicated that Dylan had bowling on Monday, Tuesday, ana
Wednesdaymorningsana therefore would havehad a bowlingclass at 6:00 a.m. The Klebold's said that they heard Dylan get
up and heard him leavethe house at about $;30 a.m, on April20th. The Klebold's said that they did not actually see him leave,
but ratherheard him yell out, "Bye" and then heard him leavethe residence. Mr. Klebold said that he was home all day long
and did not see Dylan again.

Mr. Klebold indicated that On April 20th, between 11:30 a.m. and noon, Nate Dykeman called him on the telephone at his
residence. Nate asked Mr. Klebold if Dylanwas there and Mr. Kleboldsaid that Dylan was in school, Mr. Klebold said that
Nate said he did not want to WOlT)! him, however, there had been a shooting at the school and there had been descriptionsof
10 shooters wearing trench coats. Nate also told Mr. Klebcld that Dylan was not in class and that be was trying 10 account
for all ofthe people that he knows who wear trench coats. Mr. Klebold said that he went up to Dylan's room and lookedfor
his coal, however, did not find it. Mr. Klebold said it was a warm day and that he dido 't think Dylan would need the trench
COal, however,he could not find it in his room. Mr. Klebold saidthat he then turnedon his televisionand called his wife,who
also came home. Mr. Klebold said he then called a family lawyer and said that Dylan may be involved in something at the
school. When asked about the "Trench Coat Mafia," Mr. Klebold said that he had heard Dylan mention the "Trench Coat
Mafla," and he advised that Dylan told him that the "jocks" calledhim and his friendsthat. Mr. Klebold said that Dylanwas
kind of amused by the name that the "jocks" had given them.

Mr. Kleboldsaid that he also called his son Byronon April 20th,as well as Stephaniewho rents their pool house. Mr. Klebold
said tbat Judy Brown also showed up at their residence and shortly after that the police showed up at the residence. Mr.
Klebold saidthat a Lakewood Detectivequestionedtbem in a squadcar for a short period and then a search was conductedon
their residence.

The Klebold's then advised that on Monday, April 19th, Dylan said that he was going to go to dinner with Eric and some
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said she asked Dylan [fhe had a good time and he said yes and indicatedhe had steak for dinner.

We then asked the Klebold's if they had any questions of us, and Mr. Klebold advised that he would like to get a copy of
anything that was on the computer or any diary that Dylan may have left. The Klebcld's indicated they would like to know
about any writings by Dylan to help them understandwhat had happenedon Apri12Oth.

Mr.Klebold also indicated that he noticed that Dylan's voicewas"ight" on Friday, April 16th. Mr. Kleboldsaid thathe made
a mental note to talk to Dylan about this and believesthat he mayhaveeven mentionedhis concernto his pastor. Mr. Klebold
said that he did not have a chance to talk to Dylan prior to April 20th.

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LAKEWOOD POLICE OEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: ROLLIE INSKEEP CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
OFFENSE: AOAJHOMICIDE OATE OF REPORT:04-21-99

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OBSERVATIONJINVESTIGATION:
Or, 04-20-99, at acproxirnatety 1220 my office cent acted me to respond to Columbine High Set10cl 'ccarsc
in Littleton in reference to a shooting situation Upon arrival at thaI tocator I was directed to :esoo'o
, which was the address of a possible suspect Involved in the shooting Inside Ire scr cc' ~-, ••

SWAT team members from Sheridan PO, who were ldentifed as Sgt Tom Bruton, Officer Joe Sisilar anc Of'o<'
Dan Perry, and I arrived at at apprOXimately 1315 hours Upon arrival we contacted several
people who were identified as Thomas E, Klebold (DOB' 04-15-47) the father of the alleged suspect Dylan Klebold
Also present was Dylan's mother, Susan Y Klebold, (OOB 03-25-49), Byron Kleoold [DOB 10-23·78) ar,J
Stephanie A Juenemann (DOB 10-04-71). Arriving at their residence shortly after my arrival, was Jucy E Browe
(DOB. 05-26-49) After contacting the residence we had them exit the residence and we then proceeded to dear
the residence for any other possible people hiding within the structure itself After the residence was cleared I
spoke with Dylan Klebold's falher, Thomas Klecold
Thomas Indicated thaI he does reside at tn.s residence and rus phone number is ~ and he has
1 pager number of ~homas was aware of the situation at Columbine High scnoo: and he, with the
knowledge of his attorney, Gary tczcw, (303-292-5656) agreed to speak with me aboUl this inCident Thomas
gave Dylan'S birth date as 09-11-81and indicated that Dylan did reside at their resicence and that he is a senior
al Columbine High School. Thomas indicated that he had been home at their residence for the entire day. He
indicated that Dylan drove a black BMW with license plate GBZ2636 Thomas indicated his sen had left early that
morning because of a scheduled early morning bowiing class. Thomas did not see Dylan leave the residence so
he was not familiar wnat the ciolhing Dylan was wearing, When asked aboul possible clothing he wore, Thomas
indicated his son Dylan did wear a black trench coat along with five or six other kids at the school, When asked
whom Dylan hung around with, Thomas indicated first Eric Harris, who also wore a trench coal. He also indicated
Zac Heckler, Nate DYKeman, Chris Morris who also wore a trench coat and a female identified oniy with the first
name of Robin. Thomas indicated his son had gone to the prom with Robin on this previous Saturday evening.
When asked about Dylan's behavior and attitude these last few days, Thomas Indicaled thaI Dylan's attitude was
good. He was very communlcalive and Thomas did not notice anything unusual about his behavior He indicaled
that his brother's name is Byron and that Thomas' wife name is Susan and that she is the biological mother Again
he reiterated that there was not'ling unusual about Dylan's behavior nor any issues that Dylan seemed to be

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REPORTING AGENT: ROLLIE INSKEEP CASE NUMBER 99·33356
OFFENSE: AOA/HOMICIDE DATE OF REPORT:04·21·99

bothered by He indicated that ifthere had been a problem, Dylan would nave spoken With him about It '/lcer
questioned about guns, Thomas indicated that aside from a BB gun he never owned a gun and II',athe .s a".,es:
guns, He indicated that Dylan agreed with him on his stance on weapons He stated that the 86 gun was sullrn
the house, However, it was a gift to Dylan originally
Throughout our conversation, and throughout the remainder 01 the time I was with Thomas Klebold he
continued to state that his son would never be Involved With anything like this and that we would not lccatec any
bombs in his residence,
At this time I spoke with Susan Klebold (DOS- 03·25·49) She Indicated that she resides 'n the residence
along with her husband and son Dylan She indicated that Dylan left at approximately 0515 thiS "'ernlng ac:: :t,a'
was normal on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays (She apparently did not realize that thiS IS -:-uescay . She
indicated that she has an early bOWling class but she did not see him leave, however she did speak With nlm
When asked what he was wearing, she Indicated that she suspected that he would be wearing rus trench coat
When asked Why she believed thai, she stated that aftar the information came out In reference to suscects
nvclved in the shooting at the high school and prior to our arrival, her husband Tom had checked the residence
and did not locate the trench coat. She also :l1dicatedthat her son Dylan would be driVing a black BMW
When questioned about Dylan's behavior and attitude, Susan indicated that he has had a good attitude
and his behavi"r was good and he was extremely hapoy because he had just recently been accepted at the
college 01 his first choice, which was the University of Arizona in recsen.Az. Susan indicated that Dylan had gone
to the prom with a female known as Roilyn however she did not remember the girl's last name She indicated that
Dylan had nat planned on going, However, he was talked into it by fnencs and the ended up renting a limo, She
believed that he was with Nate as a double date type situation, She stated to her knowledge Dylan's friend Eric
Harris did not go to the prom. She also indicated that there was no unusual behavior observed from Dylan She
stated that the boys had just a couple 01days ago gone to the Outback Restaurant (Dylan and Ericl She believed
Eric had coupons that they could use at the restaurant. She went on to state that Dylan spent a lot of lime at rus
computer that he had bull! himself,
When questioned about prtor problems, Susan stated that Dylan had been on a Diverston Program tor
stealing electronic equipment from a van. She stated that this incident occurred m Jefferson County She went
on to state that those involved m the Diversion Program, as well as herself, had agreed that Dylan was doing very

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REPORTING AGENT; ROLLIE INSKEEP CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
OFFENSE: AOA/HOMICIDE DATE OF REPORT:04-Z1-99

well.
When asked about guns or explosives, she stated that Dylan has always been fascinated by explosives
and guns. She stated that Dylan wore combat- looking boots and that he liked the look that he had established
She trlen recanted her previous statement and stated that Dylan did not really talk about explosives and guns but
he just likes to have the look of the trench coat and boots. She indicated that Dylan had received some type of
military-type catalog in the mail and it was from that catalog that Dylan had ordered his combat-type boots
She indicated that Dylan was "not a mainstream type kid". She stated that he felt that he believed he was
not in the main loco but it did not show and that he gave no indication he was upset about not being accepted
She went on to state that Dylan played lots of computer games that bothered her.
When asked about the family dynamics, she indicated that Dylan and his brother, Byron were beginning
to develop a good relationship. She went on 10 slate en that on her husband's birtMay, the entire lamiiy went out
to dinner and they ail seemed to have a geod time She also staled that she was surprised that Dylan was
Involved with this theft situation involving Dylan and Enc. She also slated that she could not believe that Dylan
Nould be involved In any type of situat.on like Columbine This concluded my interview with Susan Klebold
AI 'his time I spoke brieily with the family's attorney, Gar! Lozow. Gary indicated that the family would be
wilting to remain cooperative with us and assist us in any way that we seemed necessary It was also discussed
that Tom had expressed that he would be willing to respond to IMe high schootin an attempt to taik Dylan out of
tne school if in fact he was involved
At trus time I completed an interview with Dylan's brother. Byron Klebold (DaB 10-23-78) Byron mcncarec
he is no longer living at the residence but returned to the residence when he heard about :he inCident a'
Columbine. He indicated thar he Is working as" iot technician at the Ralph scnomc dealership and that CIS wcrx
number is When asked atout his relationship Wllh Dylan, Byron Indicated that he was nc:
verI close to Dylar slnce he moved out in July oi 1997 Byron 'ndicated the lasl time he saw Dylan was On ihe,r
father's birthday. When asked about Dylan's behavior, Byron indicated that Dylan appeared to oe sornewnat
detached and he went on to explain that as a "pissed off teenager" Byron went on 10 stale thai Dylan gave no
indication to believe that something like this was going to occur He indicated that Dylan had knives but to hiS
knowledge had no other weapons
Byron went on state that Dylan enjoyed plaYing games on the Internet He stereo Ihal Dylan did wear a

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: ROlLlE INSKEEP CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
OFFENSE: AOA/HOMICIDE DATE OF REPORT:04-21-99

black trench coat and that he "acted like he was tough". When asked about friends, Byron was only familiar with
three, Zek, Eric and Nate. Again, ayron indicated that Dylan's behavior was normal and that again he wore a
black trench coat to "act like a bad ass" Again, Byron indicated that he was not familiar with anything hiS brother
was doing but returned to the house when he had heard about the news about Co!umbine High School.
At thiS time I spoke with Stephanie A. Juenemann (008' 10·04-71) Stephanie indicated that she is a
friend or the family ard stays;n the guest house located on the south side of the residence Stephan!e 'Indlcated
she has been staying at that residence since May 1998. When questioned about Dylan, Stephanie indicated that
she does not know Dylan ail that well, and that she is closer to Dylan's parents than to him She indicated that
Dylan was always very polite to her and seemed like a "nice guy" She did Indicate that Dylan wcre a long ~Iac~
coat. Hewever, sl'le did not have any knowiecge of Dyian 5 tastes in guns or explosives She did stare that Dy'an
liked the band called "9 Inch Nails"
Stephanie incicatec the last time she saw Dylan was thiS past Saturday night when she assisted in takmg
pictures of D:/lan before the prom She indicatsc that she had spoken With him en the phone arter ~hat however
It was just to say neflc and then speak with Dylan:s mctner Stephanie stated that she IS currently not arnptovec
but sne wiil begin a new job ,n May Stephanie agair, stated that she did not see any uncsual behavior trcrn Dylan

in the recent days.


At this time I comcletsd an interview with iam:iy friend, Judy E Brown {DOB 05-26-4~.n JUdy indicated
she resides at 8003 South Vance Street and has a phone number of 303-972-0602 Judy mo.catec that she 30:
her son, Brooks Brown, (DOa. 07.14-80) have known the Klebolds since the ooys were In Kindergarten Judy
stated that her son, Brooks, was In the parking lot on this data at Columbine High School at approxrrnately 1100
·1130 hours when he met Erie Harris. Eric came to Brooks and stated "I like you, you better leave. you wont get
hurt" Judy stated her son then walked to Pierce Street .vhere he !:legan healing what sounded like shots Brooks
then ran to a house and oalled the potice. She indicated that Brooks then called his father Randy 8rown at the
father's work. Judy indicated that another son, Erin Brown. was also In the school when the shooting took place

however he was not injured.


At this time. Judy became extremely emotional and indicated that she had gone to the Jefferson County
Sheriffs Department approximately a year ago and teld them that this was gOing to happen. She stated that she
spoke with someone involved in Economic Crime and a bomb person from the Jefferson County Sheriffs Offioe

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REPORTING AGENT: ROLLIE lNSKEEP CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
OFFENSE: AOA/HOMICIDE DATE OF REPORT:04-21-99

Judy went on to state that this incident had been planned and was put on the Internet
Judy stated that Eric was emailing 8rookSIalking about building pipe bombs and blowing people up Judy
stated that she rook copies of the ernails to the Jefferson County Sheriff's people and again spoke with the two
people mentioned above She stated that Eric was threatening the lives of her son and herself
Judy went on to state that approximately twa weeks ago Brooks Came home and said that Eric explained
to him that he Is doing fine now and that he (Eric; was just being crazy the past ccupte of years Judv mdrcareo
that the two had been unfriendly toward each other unril tnis conversation Judy Indicated she may -iave :he :as"
report number issued by Jefferson County In reference to her report she made to thsrn She starec :ha: ,re
reports were the worst, filthiest, vilest language she had seen, which threatened to kill her and her son She
indicated that there was an entire hate page of what Eric was going to do to them She Indicated that Eric ~ad
his own web page and on which he listed Stooks' name and address to see If anyone wrsnec to harm Brccxs
She went on to state that Enn, her other son, was not Involved With Eric but was aware of the threats maca oy
Eric, Judy stated that Dylan was not threatening to her or her family She indicated that Dylan worked on a scnool
lay wilh Brooks and there were no problems between the two of them She stated that when Dyla" and Brooks
would not be hanging together there were no issues or confrontations, She If1dicated that she Stilt nas coc.es of
the papers that she turned into the Jefferson County Si~eriff's Department at her residence JUdy did not have
any knowledqe that this incident was going to happen On this particular date She just voiced her opinion ever and
over that she knew it was going to happen and was not sure why nothing was done prior to this
During the course otthe afternoon, we kept hearing television reports about the incident at Columbine High
SchooL The parents continued to slate over and over that this was nat posslbte and that Dylan would ,10t be
involved In anything like this and again that we would net find any evidence of bombs or any bombs In ine"
residence,
At approximately 2010 hours an this same dale, Jeffco Sheriff's Deputy T S, Faubion responded to our
location, He was instructed to inform us that the parents were allowed to enter the house to get clothes and then
we were secure the residence and have them leave, At this lime, Tom, accompanied by myseif and Deputy
Faubion, entered the residence and obtained some clothing and personal articles for Tom for the next couple of
days, After he was finished, Susan came into the residence and did likewise, along with preparing two birds and
two oats to evacuate the home, With clothing In hand, along with their pets, the Klebolds left the residence at

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~EPORTING AGENT: ROLUE INSKEEP CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
OFFENSE: AOA/HOMICIDE DATE OF REPORT:04·21-99

approximately 2100 hours. At this time the residence was secured and turned aver to Deputy Faubion
I then spoke with the command center Who indicated that there was nothing further for me 10 do at tn:s
time.
On 04-21·99, ! again responded to Coiumbine High School to assist With whatever neecec 10 ~e
completed. Myself. Detectives Slater and Wilson, and Sgt McCasky responded to Swedish Hospital. Lutheran
Hospital and St. Anthony's Central Hospital to speak with victims of the shooting. For additional information on
those interviews, refer to Detective slater's report.

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CONTROL #3308 JOSO#99·7625 FBI #174A·DN-57419
Source: Bill Maron
Affiliation. WMFR

Neighborhood canvass of the area around the Klebold residence at


conducted on May 12, and May 14, 1999. The Klebold residence is In a rural area of Deer Creek
Canyon in Jefferson County The house is located between two large rock outcroppings and is
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Geraid and Janna Jantz - 303-979-7498. JannaJantzwas contacted by telephone on June 13,
1999. Ms. Jantz said from her house they couid barely see the Klebold residence from one of
!heir upper decks. When asked if she had seer or heard anything at all from the area of the
Klebold residence prior to April 20, t999, Ms. Jantz said "absolutely nothing" She said she was
unable to see any vehicle coming or going from the K1ebold residence, She said she did nat hear
any loud voices, or noises of any kind from tt1at dTrecttoo. When asked about gunshots ln the
area, she said she had never heard any

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~ Trojan - 303·972·3072

The Trojans have lived on Cougar Roadfur about 10 years. They knew the Klecoids and said
that Tom Kleboid was "against guns." The Trojans would host the annual neighborhood party at
their house. The Kleboids among others would attend. Mr. Trojan said he hadn't heard
explosions or gunfire from the area of the Klebold resldence. Mr. Trojan said he shoots
occasionally behind his house.

He said he hadn't noticed vehicles on the road exceptfor a Volkswagen or smail white sedan
driven by a female that he assumed was the person living at the K1ebold rental house.

Mr Trojan described Dylan Klebold as quiet and reclusive. He said Dylan drove a black BMW
and Ihought he drove too fast Mr Trojan's daughter Klmbe~y had been friends with Dylan since
they moved there.

Kimberly Trojan was interviewed by telephone on May 14, 1999. Kimbe~y said she met Dylan In
the CHIPS program that was a program for gifted and talented children, Kimberly is 18 years aid
and is in her second year at the Universityof Colorado. She said she hadn't seen Dylan while
she was at school and saw him walking up one day. She said she didn't recognize
him at first and he was wearing a olack trencheoal. After that she said she would see him in his
car a lot and occasionally there wouid be someone in the car with him.

Kimberly said Dylan's best friend was "Luke" but wouldnot give me Luke's last name. Luke and
Dyian had been friends together in an extracurncular performing groop. (POSSibly Luke
Kwemeland) Kimberly said Dylanwas very quiet and"didn't talK:

Kimberly said she would see lf1e Klebold's getting their newspaperoccasionally She said the
Klebold gate was always closed. Her father overhearing Ihis ccrrected her and said ll1e gate was
alwaysopen ML Trojan told Kimbe~y that Ihe gate was electric and had been broken until
recently Mr, Trojan said, "Tom said it had been broken for 5 years:

JC· 001·010529

Investigator William R Maron - West Metro Pire Rescue - JCSO #0656


CONTROL #3308 JCSO 1199·7625 FBI #174A.QN·57419
Source: Bill Maron
Affiliation: WMFR

• East and overlooking the Kleboid residence.


Ward Anthony - 303·979-0261

Me. Anthony was one of the originai residents of the subdivision. His View of the Klebold
residence is of the south portion of the main house, a separate rentai house on the property, and
a portion of the driveway

Mr. Anthony said Tom Klebold boughl the !lli'perty about 12 years ago and owns an additional
parcel to the soumeast of • . Mr. Anthony said he mellhe kids and parents at
neighborhood parties, Mr, Anthony said he knew Ihe Klebold family but only saw the Klebold
chUdren when Ihey were small, The kids would ride motcrcyctes on Ihe property, He thought the
older K1ebold son was a mechanic at Ralph Schamp

Mr. Anthony said Ihe traffic on had Increased wilh a new subdivision going in at Ihe
end of the road. He hadn't laken nolice of vehicles on the road or coming and going from the
Klebold residence, He said he couldn't see Ihe parkJng area at the residence from his properly.

When asked about anything heard from the Klebold residence, Mr. Anthony said he Would hear
"pool noises" in the summer because there is a pool behind the house and the sound echoes off
of the rock outcroppinq. He said he nasn't heard explosicns. gunfire or fireworks from the Klebold
residence. Mr, Anthony is an IPse shooter and snoots often in his back yard, Mr. Anthony said
many of the neighbors snoot guns on Iheir property but he had not heard shots from the area of
the Kleboid's.

- North with rock outcroppmq obstructing view of Klebold residence,


Shelby Nordheim - 303·979·0223
Not Contacted.

JC- 001-010530

Investigator William R. Maron - West Metro Fire Rescue - JCW #0656


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Report Date Colorado Bureau of Investigation Case No.
April 29, 1999 Report of Investigation D99-1333

Type of Report Report By Area


Crime SCene Scott L. Pratt Jeff. County S.O.

Nature of Case
Homicide

REQUESTiNG AGENCY: Jefferson County Sherifl's Office

iNVESTIGATING OFFICER: Chris Andrist

DATE OF REQUEST: Aprii 26, 1999

DATE OF OFFENSE: April 20, 1999

AGENCY CASE NUMBER: 99-7625

L.OCATION OF SCENE: Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, 200 Jefferson County


Parkway, EVidence Vehicle Bay.

VICTIMS: Various DOB:

SUSPECTS: Klebold, Dylan DOB:


Harris, Eric

WEATHER: NlA

EVIDENCE SEIZED BY: David Swavely, Jefferson COl,lnty Sheriff's Office

EVIDENCE IN CUSTODY OF: Jefferson County Sheriff's Office

JC- 001·010533
Type of Report Agent Dale File Number Page
Crime Scene ScottL Pratt 4/29199 099-1333 2 I
i

REMARKS: Those in attendance were:

Agent Scott Prall, Colorado Bureau of Investigation


Lara Egan, Federal Bureau of Investigation
SpecialAgent Joel Nishida, Federal Bureau of Investigation
John Culler, JeffersonCounty Sheriffs Office
David Swavely, JeffersonCounty Sheriffs Offiee
Tory Wells, JeffersonCounty Sheriff's Office

ACTION TAKEN:
Per a request from ChrisAndrist of the Jefferson County Sheriffs Office, a seized
vehicle (described as follews) was processed for evidence/kerns at 1440 hours through
1940 hours on April 26, 19S9, The vehiclewas a 1962 BMW, registered to: Klebold,
Thomas E, and Klebold, SusanY, with Colorado license#GBZ2636, expires 02100; vin
WBAAG3303CS057552. PhotographY and charting of the vehiclewas perfonned by the
attending FBI personnel. The film was turned over to David Swavely, Jefferson County
Sheriffs Office.

The followingnotable ilems were removed fromthe abovevehicle:


black sheet
9mm cartridges
clock pam
oails
collapsible baton
magazinewith cartridges
Tee-DeS plastic box
paper with notes/diasram of preparation for wearing weapons and items
essay of crime, Dylan KlebClId
keys te vehicle/home type

JC.001.010534

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Typeof Report Agent Date File Number P~e

CctmeScene ScottL. Pratt 2129199 099-1333 3

9 volt battery will1 wires


green fuse cord
two bottle rockets
other miscellaneous Items.

AU items were coUeeted by David Swavely, Jefferson County Sheriff's Office.

Stickers on the trunk area of the vehiclewere "HateThis Town", "The Chemical Brothers
Dig Your Own Hole", "OJ SpookyThat Subliminal Kid Riddim Warfare'.

Drawings of the vehiclewere maintained by Lara Egan of the FBI.

Scott L. Pratt
Agent
(Reporting)

Thomas Netwal Chesler W. Ubowski


Agent-in-eharge Agent.ln.Charge
<Rev""'gl (Reviewing)

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Word: 099-1333

JC· 001.010535
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JC· 001.010536
LOCKER LIST

JC· 001-010537
COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE
CONTROL NUMBER: 21105
JCSD CASE NUMBER: \ 99-1~25
FB! CASENUMBER: • 114A-JDN-57419
GOLDEN POLICE NUMBER: 99-1362
REPORT DATE: 05/07199
DETECTIVES: Jon Watson
Jeff Kreutzer

BackllI'l?Wld;
Paper from KLEBOLD's wallet with names, lockernumbers and combinations.

Lead:
Check school records to identitY lockerowners. Provide any info w/ Chris Andrist JCSD Lab.

DiSPosition:

Transcribedfrom handwritten note in KLEBOLD's locker.

NAME FROM LIST I ANALYSIS I, LOCKER COMBINATION


Spahlinger I Justin Bryant I 1493 4711l1"
Brooks I Incorrect I 191 44/4/18
Chris Morris Correct I 1129 31115/25
Jay Green I Jonathan Green i 576 43/7/37
t.nc Harris Correct 624 j 16/48130
incorrect , 38/40/0
Henneke I 1828
Nick Nick Baumgart 101 23/41/21
Chris Beets Correct 79 48/36/24
#69 Derek Johnson 89 44/8/26
Derek Incorrect 1025 35/41/17
Eric Armstrong Incorrect 57 8/18/28
Nate Nathan Dykeman 432 49/1/44
Duane Incorrect 1164 27/41/29
Klbbz Zack Heckler 1819 21/43/7
Stumpy Lockerunassigned 1548 21-43-7

Comparisonofthe locker number list with the official list held by Chris ANDRIST (1CSD),
reveals that there are some discrepancies between the two lists. TIllscould have occurred as a
result of kids swapping lockers, or it is possible this is a list from a prior school year, and that
some of the kids kept the same locker from year to year. A copy ofthis report and KLEBOLD's
list has been forwarded to A.<"l'DRIST.

JC- 001-010538
"Sill! LIST"

JC- 001-010539
Colorado State Patrol
Investigative Services Section
Columbine Hip Sehoul Incident
Date of Report: OS-1M Control Number: m2.

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Sgt Tom Com:oy I::~1-ZJ .
Syoopsis:

Discovered during l!le seareh of l!le K1elJokl 00..., was II. list (item114(5). 1hal conraincd the nolalion "Mr. "". I
was tQ idelltify and internew "Mr. ,...,.

Subject:

Mr..... DOBI Wlk:.

Na1'l'albe,

Mr....
I have beenUlIlll>le to discoverthe true identity of .. !luringmy inlerview. wilh individual' on the mne list
(i_1I405) I would ask if anyone knew """"""" wl!<> llSl'tI the IlIOIlilrer "Mr. _ . No... of the individuals
inll:rVillwed could identify tbisperson.

JC- 001-010540
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CONTINUATION RqJOrtml~ \A5C ...qw:.>rt NO.

SUPPLEMENT
CQIJn~ CMoI! R~ No
X rcso WEBB.R.D. 99-7625
CONTROL # 2040 05..06·99 """
Classmcauoo 00- SOl••" Opoo ~,C!elred _e- Re_
Rer' . ~\ftcation Cleared b y _ tlaf"- a-
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No. I Bnmd Nane I D<$:rip!ia> i Se:rilI No.
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Stolen
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Narrative:

On 5-5-99 I spoke with -.mO is one of the subjects of the list found in Klebolds residence. He
was contacted by teleph~ told his namecame to attention as someone Dylan did not like. He
told me he could not give me a reason for this as he never spoke to Dylan. He never had a class with him. I
asked if he played sports and was told he played until his sophomore year then dropped out. He was also
asked if he could identify any of the other individuals who we only knew by a nick name of people Dylan or
Eric did not like. He was unableto give any information which would assist in the identity of these
individuals.

Witness information:

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JC.001-010541

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JEFFERSON COUNI'Y DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
SUPPLE:MENT REPORT
DATE 04130199 CASE REPORT /I 99A062

CONECTING CR /I lCSO 99·7625 INVESTIGATOR: G.B. MUMMA

CONTROL /I 2031

SUBJECT i

80123 ..,
OOB072SS0

MOTHER:.
FATHER:

On 043099 1coetacted ."".d


OBSERVATIONtINYESTIGATIQN;

if Ire bad badany contact WI


his father by phoneat their home. At that tiro. 1 asked _
c or Dylan in a class at school. - ' t a t e < ! tnar he had been to rwo
ses with Ericduring the first semester, one was government ~as an economics class.
ated that Eric had shown one of his "bizarre" videos In the government class and hethought
'1 'arion" wllkh depictedlots of profanity and shooting witll • rocket launcher and geas.
if anyonebadgottenupsetwim Eric about the video, and" ' e p l i e d that
everyc was alarming and the teacher got really pissedoff.

lb.,
M tIlen stated be bad been in • Calculus class with Dylan this current semester, but Ire hadn't
any problems with bun. He was verysedate, though Dylan wasIn troublea lot for eitherbeing raroy or
not showing up at all, then whenbe wastherehe would sleep in the class and the teacher would yell at him
and embarrass _
him in class, 1 asked If Ire knew any of Eric or Dylan'. other friendsand - ' t l l t e d
that he knewRobyn son, but only10 passing and nothing else. ---

I a s k e d _ if be playedon one of the schools teamsand be ,tated that he was on thecross-country


team.

_ _as unable to provide any further inflll'llllltioo.

~ /'
INVESTIGATO~~ (~! DATE: of9:?7'i

7 JC- 001-Q10542
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OmCE
SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
DATE 04129199 CASE REPORT # 99A062

CONECTlNG CR # JCSO 99·1625 INVESTIGATOR: G.B MUMMA

CONTROL # 2029

SUBJECT:
DOB012580
Littleton, Co. 80123
Co u me .
. 001

MOTHER. •
FATHER:

OBSERVATIONIINYESTIGATION,
On 0429991 contacted _ b y phone, at that lim. I advised him thatI was dOinRouow up on the
Columbine incidentami I wanted to ask biro '0"'"
questions regard.·n
Dylan Klebeld. Slated that th.t
would be ok and I asked him if he bad been in classes with Dylan. rated thar be h n in an
English class last semester, and he had known _he and Eric in his fre and sophomore years. hue they
hadn't reallystayed in contact. I askedR h e had had any run Insor arguments with Dylan in the past,
and-.olied that he and Dylan had • meet in case abcur spoiledkids whoalways got everything
they"lIm.d I.identified aimself' as a spoiled Idd) and thal Dylan got mad aboutit._also believed
that sincebe Robyn Andersen, Dylan might not have beenhappy WIth him. At that paint_asked

I asked _f
if he was on a list or something and I denied ,bat I knewanything about that.

he knew anyoneat school who usedrbe nickname"Waldo"and.epHed wellthereis a


Jock ma:R.yan Waldo who sometimes u,es the name Waldo hut that', all I know

No further action taken by this Investigator.

INVESTIGATOR:

JC·001-010543
Colorado State Patrol
Investigative Services Section

Columbine High School Incident

Daleof Report: 05·04-99 Control Number. ~

T)1>C Of Priz:l1 Nux: ~ rPde by) S,....." IBMNIlIJlbtr:

Sg1. TomConroy /1..._-- '" 1534

C:-"
Synopsis: Subject_lll\lIlO wasdiscovered on bit list recovered from tlIe lQob<lld home.

Subject: ~107.Q9-81

~
Tele.-.

N.......tl. .

"i!.
Spolce to on0.5-03-99. Hehad an MgUlllen, wi_members a few mooths ago. ' - " ' d
parm.' ' a TCM members assigned porking space, advised &at be waswarned not~-
again. did not know whothe TCM members were. that it was not Harris or Klubokl

also a ,rodent athlete, He participates in wreslllng at 1191bs.

JC.001-010544
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

StTPPLmNTAI, REPORT

Defendant: Harris/ Klebold Docket NUmber:


Date: May 25, 1999 Case NUmber' FB!174ADN57419

Deputy :0. A. I Investigator, Terry Pac20sa

********************************************************************

I was unable to identify Gold Dust as listed on the "shit list".

JC- 001-010545
1
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

Defenclant, Harris/Klebold Docket Number'


Da.te, May 24, H99 Ca.se Number, FBI174ADNS7419

Deputy D.A. , Investigator, Terry Paczosa

********************************************************************

I was unable to identify as listed on II shit list ff •

Date f~
JC·001.010546
COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE
CONTROL NUMBER: 1661
JCSD CASE NUMBER: 99-7625
FBI CASE NUMBER: I74A·DN·57419
GOLDEN POLlCE NUMBER: 99-1362
REPORT DATE: 04129199
DETECTIVES: Jon Watson
Jeff Kreutzer

Background:
From Item #405 (Notes recovered in searchwarrants), U(S)HIT LIST" was recovered wl44
names.

Lead:
Contact _ . who is on list, and interview.

Disposition:

SUBJECT:
: J 81
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Met with mother, • at her residence. _was not at home, and was
not available to be interviewed. was upset and confu:l' tha~ name was on
the (S)HIT LIST, because ~as not alien d Columbine High School si:T~t year. He is
still enrolled, but is aliendi~temative high school in Littleton.

- . said when&llaw Dylan KLEBOLD on television, following the shooting,•


became agitated and sai.imBOLD was weird.

spoke with. and subsequently told investigators thas. had Brian


SARGENT in a class last (school) year, or the year before. He told her that he and SARGENT
got into an argument that escalated into a fist fight, but that ~ not had any contact with
either HARRIS or KLEBOLD. He just regarded them as "w",=,computer seeks".

The fact that_ has not attended Columbine High School during the 1998/1999
school brings into questionthe age of the (S)HIT LIST.

_ _said that her other5 0 n - ' , whostill attends Columbine,told her that one
~-told him that another stud~was on some kind of a "list". I asked
her to call me if she got any additional information,

JC· 001·010547
STUDENT r:-;FOR:\IAnON CARD

SENIOR HIGH PRINTED - 01/13/


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___________________=..1;====:-s;'TIull1xlit ID Number- 2°9_ ] 0

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_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ G"d,,-l.l....l_ _

Bldg /Apt " ' _ _-;?"cAirthdate: 03106/81

City: l UTI eION Zip: 80' illJ ~:i? Sex: Ch." one: [!] M
~b.iling Address Student Social Security Number;_-"'O-L=="-"""--"'
52 ]-59--29 38 _

'11''' ll' rJl Number the emergency (aU sequence boxes in the order people should be called in an emergency.
W Female Adult In Home: tinchtde Area Codes and Enens.

Ii] Name: _ Work Phone: _ _ _ _ _ _

Check one: 0 Legal Guardian (1) 0 Slep Parent (1) (iJ Parent IK) 0 TempotJry Guardian ~~lJ 0 Other (L) _

Employed By: Occupation: _

Work Address: Is this position on Federal Property: Check one: 0 Y

(include Area Codes and Ettens;

o Male Adult in Home:


Name: Work Phone: _
~

Check one: D Legal Guardian (AJ LJ Step Parent tB) D Parent (C) 0 Temporary Guardian IE) U Other (D) _

Employed tsy, Occupauon: ~

Work Address. Is this position on Federal Property? Check one: 0 Y

Does the: student have a legal parent on active duty in the military? Check one: N Um:lude Area Codes and Exam
EMSftGEHC'f
CALL SeQuENce
Parent who resides at another address:
o
Joint CUSlody (Q} fiJ ~Ot Joint Cu~wci: ,R}
o Name:
Home
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Phone:
\\ork
Phone: is)

o Day Cure Prcvsder: IX) Name: Phone: _

When :l parent cannot be reached. who should be called: Rt'l.'ltiv; Wi [i] Other ---'=7:

[iJ "am<' JONES HARRY Phone: '''i_922' (;qS-~


[iJ Swocnt's L~C"..l.1 Doctor: .z, N;,lm~; COLUMBINE ME tEN Phone: 979-770 0
Dtseusetsr, :\tledicauon{s'1 OJ" Condition(s) that may affect this student's activities:
JC- 001·010548

TyLENOL'" 'L
6 Transpcnanoc:
! SCHOOL _ _"A",EHg --0-- Status
Birth Evidence:
Ii] 8irth Certlflcate (l)
Federal SUl"\ey Code'
Wilhdr:luJ.! Dare: _
~

Wi!hdr:l\~:tiCede: _
L"SE Bus '\Jumbef"":":":=:-::
Erhnic WHITE o Other Record t2l Stw.!l::nt Transferred To:

\lfi!?F rvpn!?H4 Tin, ov TNF OTHER ~mE


r

",_. "
., I el'1\\ "II other children under::1 I,ca" of "gc L1\'ING [:" YOCR HOUSEHOLD;

AGE BIRTHD,.>,TE SCHOOL ATTE:"OI:"G GRADE


Ii.r shtj/~q CD /()m b,'~ f. 9

The school" ill attempt to reach one 01 the people listed on this cord. but if none of these people can be reached. the
school personnel hove my permission to use discretion in securing medical aid in an emergency, [T IS UNDERSTOOD
THA.T NEITHER THE SCHOOL NOR THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAI1'ilNG THIS MEDICAL AID
WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FO~Tf..~XPENSE INCURRED.
PARE~T SIGNATURE: ~ Date: rs}JD!zF
Medication: Acetaminophen (Tylenol. or other brand names of Acetaminophen) will be given as outlined in the District's
:'leJicQtlon Procedures and with the signed consent of a parent, The Medication Procedures are available at the school.
Permission for Acetaminophen: Ch~dYes U No I /
PARE~T SIGNATURE: ~~A Date: '6'J/D <fg

1 , FOR NEW STLL>ENTS ONLY


:-Jame of school student last attended: Address: _
Withdrawal date: Withdrawal grade: Birthplace: _
Has the student ever been enrolled in a Jefferson COUnty School? Check one 0 Yes 0 No
!F THIS STt'DE~T HAS BEE:>I ru:CEIYI:-iG SPECIAL EDt:CATIO:>l SERVICES, PLEASE :-iOTIFY THE SCHOOL.
COM:.fE:-iT5:: _

ETH:-'K INFOR:Y!ATION FOR lSE I:\' PREPARATION OF FEDERAL REPORTS:


Check one: 0 i II Alaskan Nuuve j American Indian Dc, A.;i;,11'l j Pacific Islander

U i.J.) Hispanic U I S I Whne. not Hispanic

HOME LA~GUAGE SURVEY:


t Diu this student learn to speak another language before or at the same time as Standard American English (not
tncluJing school instruction}') Check one:
f i ;':0 t(3) 0 Yes w If yes. what language?' ~ _
,2 Tbe appropriate level of English U.$'~;;~ for th!?i student is: Check one:
... ; {11 So English spoken j undei srccd O· (4J :'[ostl;. En~HSh spoken I understood
~ .2) Some English spoken I understood 0 (3) Onl~ Engllsh spoken I understood JC· 001.010549
[} ,J I English J:nJ the other l;.lngua~e spoken I understood
J Ho', otten i:-; English used in yOU( home ' Check one-
CONTINUATION Cl Reponing Agency I ReportingOffteer Cue Report N<J
SUPPLEMENT X JCSO HATTAN 99-7625
COOII~ ~ RcPQI'tNt> Vir;timN"r;le Original Report 01111 ThisR¢p(1rt
TOWNSEND, LAUREN 04-28-00
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,siflCll!ion X 1ST DECREE MURDER OffenSe Status: 0pe1l X E.x:~ioNtly C1cared. , Rrrcnmnu:nd Cue: Review a
Rt:<:wsi!i,;atlQn a C~byAmillI 0 UnftHlOOcd oi ClQililli 0

l::'~ I Q'llJlUily I ali-rid Name j Dcsc:ripll:HJ I Serial No


I V~~
Stolen
I V~llI.C
Reeg~e •.4
I [)ama~-*d
V"lw:

INVESTIGATION
While reviewing the Columbine Investigative files I became aware that one of the names on Dylan Klebold's "shit list"
was _ Investigatcrs had attempted to identify this person but only found one student, whose
name was similar,

I then checked archived R-I School records and found that ~ DOB 10-30-80, i•• previous student of
Columbine High School. He became an inactive student OIl 08-17-98, Based on this information it appears tbet•
• was not at Columbine High School on 04-20-99 and no further attempts will be made to contact him, .

DISPOSITION
Open

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CONTINUATION
SUPPLEMEi'<, X
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WEBB R.D.
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99-7625

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Coontoit\.g Ca3o: Report No VIC:J.l:ll, J:lja!,M'

CONTROL if 2036 05-06-99


Oa.utfiC1doo OB_ s"""; Open Sx<opd....y 0 _ Rcmmmeod Case: llJMew
R, ficatioo Cltmd by AneIt Clonm!

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No,
I BtaMName I Deo:riptioo ISeriaJNn
Value
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Value

Narrative:

On 5·5·99 at 2045 I spoke with _ _ by telephone reference his name being among others Eric
Harris and or Dylan Klebold did n~ me he did not understand how they could say this as he
had graduated lor Columbine in 1998and had not seenthem since he was In High School. He went on to
say he hardly ever even spoke to either of these individuals. When he wes in High School he did not have
any classes with Dylan but did have a French Class with Eric two yea~ the this was the last contact he
had with Eric. He went on to say they played soccertogther In 1996. _said when he was in High
School he d i d a baseball
. and was academically inclined but did not consider his reputation as one who
was popular. Id me this incldenl made him remember something he saw in lhe summer of last year.
He was joggin r und Cement Park around dusk and as he 90110 the top of the hill overlooking the
foolball field he saw a group of guys wearing trench coals who were acting out a sword fight. He could not
identify anyone in Ihe group as il was along distance to them and it was getting dark. He said he did not
think to much of II at the time and wanted to pass Ihe Information on 10 us.

• s a studentat CU Boulder and will be retuming home when the semester ends. He wililille at home
~', the summer.
Witness Information:

12·7·80

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MEX!CAN, SHIT

Ijy 10-20-99

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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OmCE
SUPPLEMENT REPORT
DATE 04130199 CASE REPORT # 99A062

CONECTING CRII JCSO 99-7625 INVESTIGATOR: G.B. MUMMA

CONTROL # 1335

SUBJECT:
AKA:. DaB 032081
Littleton, Co. 80128
Columbioe High School

Father: "::=~
Modler: '
(w) _ _

OBSERVATIQNIINYESTIGAnON:

On 043099 1contacted at his nomeby pho"". Allbal time I asIred. if be hadhad any contact
withEric or Dylan in ally of his classes. _ ,llIlX!d that be hadbeen a l.anguaso am class withEric last
semester, but hadnever bee. in a class with Dylan. I asIred_ if be hadhad any disagreemems witb Eric
and be statedno,l asked him uh.nad beenin any confrontation with Dylan and be ,wedno, _ also
advised that in thoclass lie hadwithEric,Eric nad al way, been very nico to!lim. I asIred_if be.ad
as"",lased with any of Dyllll"s Girlfriends, and he ,,,,rea
thIll b. had been in a class with Robyn Anderson,
but she badonlybeencordialto him theybad never doneanytbing else together.

laslted_ifbe hadbeen 000 schoolsportteam and be stared lbal be was on tho basketball teem.

• was unable ttl help withany funher infotmation.

No further action taIten by this Investigator.

INVESTIGA ATE: c¥ 0

JC·001·010553
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUPPLgMENTAL REPORT

Defend.ant, Harris/ Klebold. Docket Number' 997625


Date' May 10, 1999 Case Number: FBI174ADN57419

Deputy D.A., Investigator, Terry Paczosa

********************************************************************

On May 10, 1999, I spoke by phone to a senior at


Columbine High School. I actvised. , . . , that he was on Klebold.'s hit
list and that I needed to talk to him about it, . . . . said that he
dictn't know either Harris or Klebold personally out knew who they
were by their black tr~ch coats. He described Harris as kind of an
"Anarchist '!-nd a wanneby bad ass". As little as he knew both of
hem, he thought they were looking for attention, is not an
athlece nor does he consid.er himself a popular person in school.

_ _ was not familiar with any of the nick names from the "hit list".

"

2
Litcleton, co. 80123

C2~
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PHONE LIST FROM
WALT,"'T'

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COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE
CONTROLNUMBER: 2824
JCSD CASE NUlVIBER: 99-7625
FBI CASE NUMBER: I74A-DN-5741 9
GOLDEN POLlCE NUMBER; 99·1362
REPORT DATE; 05111199
DETECTIVES; Jon Watson
Jeff Kreutzer

Background;

ID_,_,
Name list from KLEBOLD's wallet.

Lead:
and interview.

Disllosition:

SUBJECT:

Contact was made with mothero f _ She was interviewed by telephone


in the interest of time.

According to _ , ~ a n dDylan KLEBOLDwere part of the fantasy


baseballieagu~~said her son told her that KLEBOLO bad
recently been at LAUGHLIN's"baseball draft", and that although he wore black that day, his
conversation and everything were all strictly baseball.

_ a d known KLEBOLD since they were in the second grade, attending a special
acceleratedelementary school at Governor'sRanch whichbad encompassed second through
sixth grades.

Mrs. _ t a t o o that several of the studentsfrom that program had stayed in touch since
leaving elementary. now attends Bear Creek High School.

~told me that one of the teachers from that program, Carol LUTTROW (phonetic)
~ng a reunion of her students. LUTTROW had taught ~and KLEBOLD
in fourth and fifth grade. Prior to the Columbine shooting~ans made for the
reunion, which is scheduled for the weekendof May 15. . . - r : o l d me that
KLEBOLD had volunteered to bring pizza for the reunion.

There appears to be no further involvement between~and KLEBOLD.

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GOLDEN POLICE DEPARTMENT
CONSHEET· REPORT NARRATIVE

''l'Olil.'l' IlA'rli:, Q4 il.8 99


0 0 ca#, noun
~Olil.T IIlt, 9908504.AJK IN#, !!9 08504
CLASSIFICATION' Aqengy Assiat J.C.S,Q. Detectives. 1150/2260

COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE


Jeffco Case #99-7625
F.B.I. Case #174A-ON-574l9
Control Number 2775, Assigned OS-03-99, Kreutzer/Watson •
~" at pager number
OS - 0 3 - 9 9 lead #2775 was assigned to contact
• This information was obtained from the ph~st in Klebold's
.
a -.
After 3 days of calling the pager and leaving numbers for the person
with the pager to return a call none have been returned. Due to the number
of students on the roster for Columbine High School i have been unable to
determine who -....." is.
It is possible the pager for -IIIIIJ could be in a back pack still
within the school. None of the pac~ve been returned to students to
d'lte.

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Officer I Number I Date Supervisor I Number I Date Page I# of #


COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE
CONTROL NUMBER: 2750
JCSD CASE NUMBER: 99·7625
FBI CASE NUMBER: I74A·DN·57419
GOLDEN POLlCE NUMBER: 99-1362
REPORT DATE: 05/12199
DETECTIVES: Jon Watson
JeffKreutzer

Background:
Name list from KLEBOLD's wallet.

I&l!4:
ill 1 P G R - 'and interview.

DiSllosjtion:

SUBJECT:
DOB: 05/0618 I

~
I spoke with by telephone in the interest of time. "E• • name appears on the
telephone list from Dylan KLEBOLD's wallet.

• • • states that he knew KLEBOLD through a group of people he was hanging out with last
year, including Robyn Al"lDERSON, whom was dating at that time, and Kelli
BROWN

• • • said they would go to movies, bowling and that sort of thing. He recalled that
KLEBOLD ;yas at a Christmas party I gave in December 1997. After about October
1998\$ • had no further contact with KLEBOLD .

. .said Eric HARRlS was never a part of that group, and he did not know him.

No further information.

I
JC.001.010558
COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE
CONTROL :NUMBER: 3256
JCSD CASE NUMBER: 99-7625
FBI CASE NUMBER: I74A-DN-57419
GOLDEN POLICE NUMBER: 99-1362
REPORT DATE; 05/12/99
DETECTIVES: Jon Watson
Jeff Kreutzer

Background:
Reviewof the locker list found in DylanKLEBOLD's walletreveals a vehicle license number
r.
Lead:
List tag, lD RIO and ascertainif relevantto investigation.

Disposition:

SUBJECT:
DOB: 05107/79

Littleton, CO 80128

I spokewith , mother, who told me that her son is on vacation in


Mexico and is scheduledto returnto Colorado on May 20, 1999. will have him
contactme when he returns.

I explained to [ that I was calling because the license number was scribbled on the
back of a piece of paper from KLEBOLD's wallet. I told her whichcar it listed to, and she said
that the car in question was her car, but that her son occasionally drove it, but that he did not
drive it to school. She relatedthat the car was totaled in an accidentwhich occurredright after
Thanksgiving of 1998 and said they have not owned the car since that time.

• • • • said her son was an independent study student in the Technology Class at
Columbine, and said he knew KLEBOLD, who was in that class, but she knew of no other
contact.

Nothingfurther at this time. If any furtherinformation develops following the conversation with
tIIIII.lbb1'1 or about May 20, 1999, a supplemental reportwill be submitted.

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ASSOCIATED REPORTS

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98-2218

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Ill!I.l!A$lllll ':0 PAllJllIl'fS P!lil:lUll TJ:I.:tW OlP c:lUWl.1lEll
Nae.ural Modler;""- S'wJ.a:I1 Yassenoff Kle.bold.
. Natural Fatller,"~ !rIlest la.bold
same address/phone "" dafOlll:iane.
1Iorl< Mother, ll'ol:'k I1'Ull,,,,, . . . . .

S'Pl!liSl:S ,
case t:t,lj.ng ;n 4uvenila dllfencia.c.t:.lI D"!'LAB' u:mar: l';tDot.J:) md me DAVID DIU\IS ~IIO'ar:iincr a.
First C"'S".... criminal Trespass '1'0 A VlIll.icle, l!'el<my ':theft wiell a eotal "'ill'%'egate- val",e- cf
Sl'71~.OO iOIl<l. a c:e~minal Mi.a<:l11ef "'iell an aggregate 7&1"" of SlOO dama<,ied.

On Janwlr/ 30. 1.998 f ac apPtX'oximaeely :;: 20 P~{Jl" Jefferson COut1ty S:b.eri.e~' s ;)epu.t.y '!':....~t:b.v
Wa!.sh ..,u ce:td.uc::i,.ng pae::Ql dut:-:'.s in Dee%' Cree.1t canyon Park, ~3S:96 I;ri.z:ly ;:i:::''tte:
L-it:lecon, Cole::a.do, Ccuncy of ';e:fferscn. State of C~londo. Depu::.y ':i'a!.sl1 ::bserred a ;:-:!1y
1986 aonda Pnlt:eie, ColQra.da license GSP-261.J. parked ::e,ar the :::lOrtz, ...,ese :=::lr--er ai :b..e
P&:,jc~ loQe. ;:)e91,::ey 'Nalsh re;lcr:sd -=.l:ul-l: :.we jU'Ve:!1ile: ·Ifi:!:i::.e :nales .... :-!t ccee r-veet :'~.lic'e ebe
V'eh::'cle. tipC:1 a;p~::rrca.c-jnq the. vehicle 04puey ifal;;h, =J!.lrpor-:ed ~e ~bse::.-~·ed :=.e ;asse~;-a:.
lat.e: icien'ti:':'sd as Dylan aer..:c.e:t. ne.bcld a:ad zae =i-f~=, E:=:'c ::av:l.c. :ia--=:'s. ';-:'<2'11':';: -; a
V'ar:'ecy of :':.ams =.=om ~. back seat: of ':.2 .., ei;ti.c!e; :':'e:'~i:lli :l :.rallQ"''''' ::le;:;$::::' (-;CS:::: ::a!n
#1.i, a blae..~ ~:;'AshliS-hi: {J'CSO :tem i:E9i. and a. '7'id~ '::::::::'::=01 :;>ali :.:CS:: :eern. ~7~. ::;.=:\::::;:"1
?talsl:1 :,syor:.ec he could see Ii "st:ac.l( of pr::::;:er:-'Jot :':C:3.'Ced zet.:.::,':i ::=.'! ;:a5sen,;er :;~a:~
Oepuc? llalsh. :::-epcrtad. ~;w.t: ~a..:::"::::'s :.hen said, "Key, '"4I'e ::ee:ar .puc ::b..::..s 3t:"":'::= .:.n :'::'9 :::-.:::k"
ar.td. ".:.nlate:::ed :'::'e :,:"'..:.nK f:::)m ~;;'e :,..,.t.a=:'or of ~ ea%'. As E.ar::'s it;:d..~eci. ~b.e ·'eclc.!.t :::11 ".'las
sur ,,~ely :::cncac:f!d ~t' ~pu:y ifals:h.. OePUC'! jfal.3h :!!!?cr,=sd C2C .....hen ce aaked :s.an.-:"s
a,b( ::he p-repar::y ~ and Klel::old -"'ere: ::..::.spec:::.r.g 1 3a.r=~.s S'C3.1:2d.. he ar:l.I:l !C.eaold 'ol1Et::a
Itmessing uou::.d. tI near Delll:' ere.$: C.;u:tyo: ~ad a.uC: ~wct""'""';:' 31·.r1;1. aa--=:.s ,:-:::a:::.:auec. s~at:i::q
they ·4er~ ~Alk::':':.S" near : 3 parki.:J.q azee when ~e"'! :ound ::...'1.e ;l'::cge~:r zwar:.2.: is'e-.'lcketi .:.::. :~i!
gra"s.

tnit.':'a.lly dt:.r'" -g t:ha inte%""J':'e·"" boc..'l ~i$ Utt1 !Ual:Qld said. t~e l2.ey "f~'W:e" ~he
prcpert1' :ut.a.r ;:)e.: C=eek Canyon !lOad and Wadswor"".J1. Klebold th.en ::old Depuey Wal3h tl:.ere
was: a. white va:: pa.rked. at Deer Cr.ek canyon Road and Na.dswo~h 31vd. and they hroke cu:r:
the pa."$e.nqer window and stole all t:..:1e p~e::ty thaI: was discavll:.d. i:i. e.."eir pos••• llicn.
Afur t:his admission by laebold, Ceputy WaJ."h uked no addieic<uu question". and H:a.."':ei"
and. nebold we::'1i1 t:.a.ken itu:o C"-.1Stody ~ aceh Kar%"is aJ:Ld ltlabQld. we:-. eh4t!1. transport~ t.o t:he
Jefferson Ccun~1 soueh Sub Station for par~tal DQtification~

At ..pp"""'i....eely ~,37 p .... , tleputy Miller discovered a U~7 Gl1C van, Colorado lie""",e
SllA-30~4 loo.. eed fadng l1O:rt:h on elle north sida of Ceer C".... l< canyon Road allout 100 ya.::'ds
west: of Kwy 1:1. DEipUt:y Millar stat:ed. that be: ab8erred Q.e passenqer side window bad been
I::u:.'oke:n QUt and a larse rock va. obse:z:ved bet....e t:.he two frol1l:, seats of tn. vahic:::'•.
D~ut:? Mille::- did 11Qr:e tJ;at: t.he int.erior of tl::e vehicle »appeared to be scattered arcunc1
in 4isil-"*ray. J . C. S .:0. Dispatch contacted Westover Mechan.ial SIli;r1lices, t'::'e bu.sinesa l1ame
priJ:.l;;ed on the vehicle. Riel<y lie<:ke" elle4 ,,~ eo Deputy Miller'S loea"ic".

A" approxi...." ..ly ~,45 p ..... llec!""" adviHd Deputy Mill"" ellae he "",d parked elle vehicle at
the loeation he had diseov......d the va.n iOIl<l. went to di"""r wi ell a f"iend. aeelee "tae,,<1
M left the vehicle at app"oxitUeely S,OO p .... iOIl<l. ",", 'positive" the vehicle was loc!c&d. i
ae"'~'" advised Cap",t:y Miller ellae tlle ie...... wida t:he van app"..red to l>ave bee", dist·""l:>e<1
"".\._ ,,,ee ellroagh. !leek"" advised Depuey Miller l:Ilae due to the condition of tlle va.n he
lo/OUId ""ed t:o condUCt an il:lVe",t:ory at a lat.." time in oder to determine if any prope"":!
items were missing from ~ithin,

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Er1 c Kar:::"is! s i?ar~1:s, 'ifaytt61 Kar:::is acd. Kat.her:..te- b==is tHt. ~i::.h Oepuey W.lsh ae r:he
J~ffe:rsou C.::Iunr:.¥ Sou,~ ... Su.b Sea,t.iaQ.. !x'ic: ~ s was a.d;1r1.sed his Miranda rigbcs via a
writ:tf!!1 J'. C•.9 .0. Adv':.semt!:nt:!Waiver form.. Bceh Sr':'c: ~ia an.d. hi.S: puene:s seaeed ~hey
u.n.d.e-""Stooci tU,s =ighcs and <.«:n1J.d aq:e .fer Sr1e br::'is ':0 T:nak.$ ill sor;a,tament. ~ia s~ar:.ed
ec !PUt"! Walsh ;:hac l:leJo"ll! ...... lie i:la4 _ to """ ;a:rking ....a" "" 0...." creel< c:anyon
Rt.:h. KaJ:':'is $Ieaeed. '..h:W.e: IIlfte:ssinq aronnd/t Klabcld. looked wide I. wh1te van, tb.ac. bad.
beec pL""'ked ~ to ~sla vehic:la, and saw some !=rcperty in ie. Sa.r:t:i.s sa1d c.ha.t
n.ebcld uke:d hit'll, "Should.,.,. break :.nt:Q it and $tla: it?" Harr:'s stated be initia.lly
tol<l l:leJoold., "llell "".' Ha:n'ill toll! ::leputy Ilalah """"""'" ""'" <\rove ;""e" el:le parking and.
ettey 9'Oe ~ack in Rae:"s· l!I car. J!i.a.rris se.aeed ::hey :r~.d. i.::uJ,.id.. et.e veb.1ele for
appreximlltaly five mi;:tutas lI.l:ld d,;.scussed. i f t:l:llIly ""rIO .oing to b"eak ;""to eba velU<:la or
11Oe. Ha=is scacad. ':lJat eb...! agn<od. ;:hat t:l:llIly ""'u1<I (brul< ;""co el:le ""lUolel. H:a=is
sueed ~t. he told Kle.bold ';Yeah~ we! 11 t:::'Y ie. II Rar:':'s told Deputy Walsh. t;.hat:. he scood.
on O...r c:ftl< C:...::::m ~aQ. while nel:lold ?Ue "" a sI<:. glo.... onto !:U.s l .. :f~ hand lI.l:ld triad co
'pune aue' t:b.e .,..,.6"l19"'r window ot t:b.e......... Ilarr'-s .aid thac l:leJoold ::r1ad. tlUs '=a.
times" unsuccessfully.. ~:i.:I seaeed. he t:.b.a!1 puc. the right. ski glove on hili i.umci and
ae"""'Peed eo .~ oue' t:be glaaa one time. ~ s e::l<l Oeput:."/ Walsh t:b.ac t:b.ey <I.eid..<1
to iee. a. "~!tlf ~~ :he grasS"'j' area Qf e11e parkin9' ~Qt:. Eta.:rt'::..s i't:.J.ted ~t !C.ebcld. :au.nd
a ==uad. :cc.lt, &pPr"'-x:..maee!y 1.0-12 inc.!:laa in diamer.er. ~ia: ~n:at:ed that: KlabQlc. "AilS
fi:1ally able :0 break out: e.ha passl811.ger -:d:adow wi:li : 2 Zo"Qck -atter st:ilc:..:tg ':;,:e '.fi:1.d.ow
&'PProximaealy seven eimas. Har=is aaid he aga.i:;l JJ.t:oed "4C=.!:l ~:::'e Kle.bold. 'AS br:ea.k.:.::.q
ou.t: e.hs ...i .:dow. i!a.r:":'a said. af-:er break:.=.q cue t.!:r.e ';li;:Q:::~ a::.ci ; 3 r:c1t :$11 in.t:-o ::l1e ::,o11e
• .eat: of l:b.e ~reh.icle~ ~ii5 ~e::.t claa:ed. ;.he class 0::: =f t:r.e -r-=.dow, Ziar=:"s: scaead. ~
re-1mc-2:red his ~rehi:::':':! and ·..ra.:.::.ed ·.rhile 'llebold =!t!1C",ecl. ::he ;:-0;:er'=7 L"'lside l::b.e -'an.
:tar=:.s staced x.:..aSJoj,<i ~ut: all t:,;:.e pr=pe:-::r f:-Qtl:\ ~e ";-e,C,icle :.:::::0 :::~ ,back: seal: or .b.:..s
vahi.cle. ~ ~ ~e ;:assenge: seat:. ~:.s said. he ~s'Ci.:na:c.:!d ::::at ehey ''''era :.A -:~.
park.....q ::"oe eor appl:~x:'m.ealy 30-40 m.i::.u.tee. and "way ",oie:-e! ~sici8 c=e van =.a.k.ing !,r::;:e~"!
for apprcxi~eeli 3 ~i~ce9. ea--ris s~acad one~ I!abo:~ ~d ~~<9~ =:e ~r~pe=~: and ;o~~an
.ba<:.<ct in'CQ ~$ car ~y decided :0 go ::: J:ee:: C'el!l.< C1.:.:"el1 ila.r:'t :;:: decide: '..n:ta'C :.hey '''ere
SC, to de .."i~h ~. ~rO;.:::":"'/. md. u:.ey -cilere au: ue pa..::k. :or a-pp:r=c::':a:c,ely '; \'ninuee. p1::'Qr
to\ ~,.;ing =ontac~ad by J:lepue7 ifalsn..

J",f=:ersQC. C~un;;:7 Sher:'=~' 5 $Ii'=. iibill:'p ::'ebeda. cc::t....4.;c:ed an i:t.arJ':'-aw wie,;" !Jylan 3ec..-:ec
Kl!!U3cld and his 'Paren:., "/.11.01!la.S nebold and Susan Cebc';"d. Af~~.:r adv:'si::.g nebold of his
M:1:a.nda. rishts, bot:'::" ttleheld a.nd his pa.::'et1CS cOlttPla~e6 a. J. C. S ~ 1). Advisement ('Waiver and
a~ed t.o make a st::a:c::~ment.

!Uebeld. eQld Sg1:. L4.l::lllda that be and h:..s friend. Zr:"e Ear::-is, had eraveled eQ t;ha ax•• of
wadswor-..l:t lI.l:ld D....r C"....k Canyon Road. ltleb"ld cold $qt. Lebeda tbat h.. and lIsn-is bad
d,;.sc""-rged fire..orks and. or"l<a boe"les fo.. about 20 m.:.:r~tes, ltlel:lold said tba" he and.
Han'is t:b.ell d&<:l1d..d eb..y ""uld b""aIc ;",."" a veh1cls Le<l talce se,u:: from it lI.l:ld "11Oe !i"e
caughe. ' l:leJoeld scaeed thae he and. !l".ar:'is at"""'Pt..d eo 9a;"" ent:::y ;""to <:lo.. "alUala l:ly
lle:'..k.i.t\l; el:le passenge.. si<le '''i:><low ..i<:lo their llaad.s, nebold said ..fee" seril<.i.:lq ebe
window several times. &ar:r:il t:heJ:z. we::.t. mel sat. i:J. ::Us .:::a.:r: itt cue :.hey bad. eo "'gee. away
fast.' ltleJoold Rid h.. picked up a .. ook approximately .-a inches ;",. d,;.Ul8ta:.: lI.l:ld st..~c:k
t:lla window a:: lease four du,. hetore brealcing """ "i"do", nebold. said be eben ..llured
el:le veh1cl.. and. tool< s ..v ..ral i.e...... from iD.si<la t:lla _al... ltlebold ::old Sg't:. Lebeda tlIae
he ::ook, '0"," briet eas.. , one l:llack pow:l1, ""a flsallli9hc, a yellow eJUng, 3ncl a buc:k..c of
stuff.' nebold .aiol he eben carried el:lese ieems to llarris' scar. nebold also seatlOd
t:b.e he ...s " ....ri"g bla"k ski gloves bal0lllil'ing to H:a=is 00 110 fillge:::p..;""ts would ba Laf::;.
lCLeboW. I:old Sge. Lebeda ;:hac h.. bad llO i<laa what t:l:llIly ...r .. going to do ..1ell the s"olan
prop"rty, They t.l:len clrova to O....r Creel< Canyon Par!< where t:b.ey .....a sul:>sequenely
com:ae,,1Od l:ly Deputy Walsh.

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J. ,,~d,D. De::""eions Facility where f;",.gerprints ...... pbo::ograpl:lll w "alcen. !loth Han'is

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and n"""ld were .u.b.equ....tly releu<ld baclt int<:l their par....t. <:WiIec<ly, pemlil:1ll' filing of
r:r:.m.i.nal cl:1a.rg'es.

On -""""r/ U, 2.996, at approx1lllauly 4: 45 p ...., D*;l!1ey xu:!< Mila,.. ".... =nt:ac:ted by l!1d<y
ae tUcl<'1 seeker told Deputy !!iU"" tlIae lie had ="""'lfllJ.Y e....mi n'O'i !lis ...,r1l': """ and
tlOt~.ed several ite.... were stol.... from the puaeager c ~ t of !:he vehicle. l!1d<y
a.cksr provided ::Ieputy !!iller .... it...._ lin of the items l:ta stated _:<'10 'lltol_ b"'" !lis
vehicle, wi::l1 a eeeai, val"'" st:Q11I!\ Qf $171..9. and approximaeely $J.OO ~ to the
pa.senger side wiadow of the van.

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lCU'IlE1UNI! ~ ~S, DO:B/7-2-'U WIF lJaeural met""'", of li"f""daAt lla=is.
Same add:essi9.hcne as above.
tli'ork l?auer ~ 2 Wo::k Mot::l1er:

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5crSAN YASSZNCFF ~~. Doa/3-25-49 WIF Natural ""the.. of def""daAe lO.el:lold.
Same address/~hone as above.
Work E'atJ:uu:: Same as aame
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8S23 West Il~/ Plac.. ine....io" of !lis vehi<::le/provided total
Lite1.ton, colorado aOJ.23 value seolenl idaAtiHed personal property
Phone: 973-'084 work: 42'-1405 il:ltlllll.

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JEFFEllSOIf COllIlT'l SllERUF' S DDAAnm:NT defendan.. !Lurie/cook l:>otll. defendant"
200 Jeffers"'" county ParkwlLy wriee"" aeae"""""u.
Golden, Colorado 8040J.
Phon., 27J.-SeSS

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re=red e"II'identia:y i"...... /toolc ari.... scene
tlll<:h\ticUm pl:l.ot:os.

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I,e h 6"" Ie.... c ,The undersigned hereby acknowledge, as affirmed by
l1Iy~gna'tur!! af'f:ueQ aelow and appropriately witnessed, that:
I~I am the owner to:
[ am lawfully authorized and entitled to:
[ am authorized by the owner to:
Mr, /Hrs ./Mis s

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Address ;;;;;,;;;;~~;;;;;:;,;;~~;:;~~~~=~
(A written, no'tarlzed luthorlzatlon trom owner
TAKE POSSESSION OF THE PROPERTY AllOVE LISTED AND DESCRIBED
'-I I have/I:s:f have not/ been compensated for the loss of the above
- described property/evidence by insurance.
Now wherefore, in consideration for the release to lIle by the Jefferson County
Sheriff's Oepartillent of the aIlove said iIIld described property, I hereby prom; se
to indemnify, save, hold hamless and to protect the County Of Jefferson, State
of C010l"1do, The Sheriff of Jefferson COUllty, State of Colorado, and any of
their .loyees and ents frOll and against any and all suits, actions, and
claims for damages, an from and against any costs or obligations of any type
or m r whatsoev a ising or resulting from the release of the above said
and or; bed rop rt and 1tlllllS.
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~iture 0~ln9 Deputy

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I, ,l:t" ;./u,,~ , ille Undel"Signe<i henby aCknowledge, as affirmed by
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t am lawfully authorized and entitled to:
I am authorized by the owner to:
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Now wherefore, in consideration for the release to me by the Jefferson County
Sheriff's Department of the above said and described property, I hereby promise·
to indemnify, save, hold harmless and to protect the County of Jefferson, State
of Colorado, The Sheriff of Jefferson County, State of Colorado, and any of
their employees and agents from and against any and all suits, actions, and
claims for damages, and from and against any costs or obligations of any type
or manner whatsoever arising or resulting from the release of the above said
and described property and items.
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(A written, notarlzed author1zation Tram owner 1S reqUlridj

TAKE POSSESSION OF THE PROPERTY ABOVE LISTED AND DESCRIBED


1-1 I havell~ have notl been compensated for the loss of the above
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