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INTERVIEW WITH WADE ALAN FRANK DOB/02-22-81


address! 9888 West Berry Drive, Littleton, ColoraOO 80123. 13031972·9888

INVESTIGATION:

On 04-20-99, at about 1245 hours, I contacted Wade Alan Frank, a student at Columbine High School, who had come out of
the school and was near the command center. Witness Frank told me that he had been at Columbine High School when the
shooting began, and I asked him to give me the details ofwhat he could remember. Witness Frank advised at about 1130 hours,
he andhis friend, Tyler Jackman, were in the lower parking lot on the Senior side getting ready to leave the area for lunch
Witness Frank said he got out of class at about 1115 hours, and it was shortly after that he was in the parking lot. Witness
Frank said he heard a popping sound coming from the top of the stairs, which are on the west side of the school, which head
up north to the west entrance of the school. Witness Frank said he looked that way and saw a kid running towards the soccer
field. Witness Frank then saw a girl fan against the curb in front of the patio located on the southwest corner of the school
Witness Frank said he then saw a white male in a dark trench coat standing at the top of the stairs. Witness Frank described
.m as a white male, 18 years of age. 6'02", with dirty blond hair. The male was wearing a black baseball cap backwards, or
possibly a knit ski cap. Witness Frank said initially, he thought that the male might be a student by the name o~
(unknown last name); however, said that his friend, Tyler Iackman, told him it was Dylan, another student who's last name
he does not know, Witness Frank said he cannot be positive that it was Dylan, but said it was either Dylan-"unknown
last name),

Witness Frank said the male at the top of the stairs was also carrying what looked like a sawed offshotgun. Witness Frank then
watched as the male walked from the top of the stairs with the sawed offshotgun in front of him partially obscured by the long
dark colored trench coat. As the male walked down to the bottom of the stairs on the west side of the school, witness Frank
noticed there was another male laying on the pavement 10 to 15 feet from the bottom ofthe stairs. Witness Frank said the male
with the gun then walked down to the bottom of the stairs and walked right up to the male who was laying at the bottom of the
stairs. The male with the gun then looked around and then shot the male laying on the pavement in the mid or upper back with
the sawed off shotgun. Witness frank said that he and witness Jackman were standing approximately 50 feet away in the
parking lot due south when this occurred, and that he could see smoke coming out of the sawed off shotgun. Witness Frank

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said be does not believe that the male who had the gun saw him or witnessJackman in the parking lot. [asked witness Frank
ifhe knew which band the shooter had the gun in, and he advised he did not.

Witness Frank said the male with the gun then turned around and walkedback up to the top of the stairs to the north, and at
that point, met up with another male,and spoke for a moment withhim. Witness Frank said it happened so quicklythat he did
not get a good look at the second male, and could not describethe clothing otherthan to say it was dark clothing and that he
was smaller than the shooter. WitnessFrank said it appeared to him that these two males were together, and there was no
aggression between the two of them.

Witness Frank said that the shooterthen began to walk around the fencenear the top of the stairs towards the grass. Witness
Frank described this as a "casual walk." Witness Frank said as the male was walking,he lit a white colored pipe bomb that
appeared 10 be made out of PVC, and then threw It into the lower Seniorparking lot where it exploded. Witness Frank said
or that, the male turned aroundand ran back up towards the west entrance to the school and went into the school. Witness
Frank said he never saw what happened with the second male, and assumed that he also went into the school.

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TITLE OF INVeSTIGAT10N;

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sueMITTE~~. SUBMITTED BY (Titifl aM Office) SUBMiTTED BY (Date}

Matthew C. Traver SA/Denver II 10/14/99


REVIEWEO BY (Name! REViEWED BY (TifJe and Office) REVIEWED BY (Dille)

Robin King RAC/Oenver II


APPROVEO BY (Name! APPROVED BY (TWe and Offica! APPROVED BY (Oate)

Christopher p, SadoWski SAC/Denver II

PESCRIPTION OF ACIrv+TIi
Interview with Wade Frank.
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SYNOpSIS;
On 10/13/1999, SA Traver contacted Wade Frank at his re5idenc~ located at 9888 W Berry
Dr. Littleton, Colorado. At this time Frank provided a positive identification of an
individual he saw firing a weapon and possibly throwing a destructive device at columbine
High School on 4/20/99,

NARRATIYZ:
1. On 10/13/99, SA Traver contacted Wade Frank at his residence located at 988a w. Berry
Dr. Littleton, Colorado. Frank had previously identified the person he saw firing a
firearm and toss).ng: a destructive device as a "LNU"1 or possibly after speaking
with his f~iend Tyler JaC~~anl that it was Dylan "LNUq, . .
2. an 10/~~ank clarified that the reason he thought it might have been was
because~always wore a black trench Coat, since the incident on 4/20/99, he is
sure that the person he saw on that day was Dylan Klebold. He stated that he was able
to make that pO$itive identification, after seeing all the photos of Dylan in the
media.
3. Frank s~ated thac he and Dylan had been in the video production class together, He also
stated that when he first saw the indiVidual at the base of the $tairs on the west side
af the school. on 4!20!9S, he waS sure it was Dylan.
SA Traver showed a surJeillance photo of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold from packet A,
photo number 52, to Wade Frank. Wade Frank seated that he was sure that the figure in
the picture, known to be Dylan Klebold, was the person he saw on 4/20/99. He stated
that he really remembers the fact that the person he saw had a ballcap on backwards,
JUSt as Klebold does in the photograph. He has no douh~ that the individual he
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witnessed shooting and throwing a destructive device on 4/20/99, was Dylan Klebold.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT

Defendant, Docket N\uuber,


Date, May 7, 1999 Case NumI:ler, 99-7625
174A-DN57419
eN 2654
Deputy D.A., Investigator, Lauck

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Bryan Frye
5406 S. Independence St.
Littleton, CO., 80127
303/973-2850

CHS student, was outside of cafeteria

On May 5, 1999, this investigator met with Bryan Frye at his


residence. Present during the interview were his parents, Bill and
Susan Frye.

Bryan advised that on the day of this incident, he arrived in


the cafeteria at approximately 11:15 a.m. and placed his backpack on
a table. He was shown a sketch of the cafeteria and indicated that
he had been either at the table marked "H" or the table marked "I."
His backpack was in fact found on table "H." He stated that he
initially met with his friend Chris Therrian and a girl he knew by
the name of Bijean Monte. (sp?) He advised that he went over to the
Rebel Corner, stayed there for about five minutes and then, he and
Chris went outside, using the first door by the Rebel Corner. He
said they walked through the courtyard area toward the steps which
lead up to the entrance of the school. This is the entrance which
takes one past the back, side door to the library. He stated that he
saw a person standing by this entrance who was wearing a long black
trench coat, black pants, black shirt, and black boots. He said this

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person was not wearing a hat or a mask and he was sure that this
person was ERIC HARRIS. He stated that this person was holding a
weapon which he later realized was the Tec-9 which he saw several
days later in the newspapers and on television. (He advised that he
-and his parents decided to call the "tip line" with this information
on the day after the incident.)

Bryan said he then heard what he thought were exploding


firecrackers and saw students starting to run away from this area.
He stated that he saw his friend LANCE KIRKLIN run down the outside
stairs and fall down as he had been shot in the ankle. He said he
then saw a girl fall after being shot in the back. Bryan stated that
he yelleo. to his friend Chris and they then ran back towards the
cafeteria and entered it through the first door on the northwest
side. On entering Bryan said he saw Mr. Sanders in the area of the
kitchen counter and he was yelling for the students to get down. He
said that as he and Chris ran toward the stairs, he thought Eric
Harris came into the cafeteria. (He aai.d he did not see him, but
that Chris Therrian told him he did.)

Bry~~ said that he and Chris ran upstairs and down a hall which
is between the math and social s.tud.ie s classes. Bryan was given a
copy of the sketch of the upper and lower levels of the school and
he traced his path using a pink pen. (attached) He said they ran
toward the administrative offices and crawled on the floor past the
principal's office, past the supervisors office, to a side door from
which they exited the school, They then ran past the tennis courts,
through the park to W. Bowles,

Bryan stated that while he and Chris were adjacent to the main
hallway leading from the administrative offices, he heard gunshots
and what sounded like bullets striking the lockers down at the end
of that hall way. He said the area around the main ent.zance had no
damage at this time.

He advised that when he and Chris were crawling past the


administrative offices, just past some file cabinets, he looked to

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his left and saw five or six persons all dressed in black. He has
indicated those with an "X" on the above mentioned sketch. These
persons could have been students from the gymnasium.

Bryan stated that he doeS


not know Eric Harris Or Dylan
Klebold. He believes that Bijean Monte does know them as well as
others who associated with them.

Investigation continues.

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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
~lMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

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1. Did )'Ou ever see therwc largeduffel bags in the cafeteria ? N:::>

2, Did you seeanyone carrying or in thepossession of those duffel bags, lit a previous lime? /V';;

3, Did you see Eric Harris or Dylan Kleboldeither on Mondayof'Tuesday ? wbar were <bey doing? 5Lc(1 £"" r:
Vlhatdid they say? Were they wim anyone else? {

4, Did you leaveanything behindin tile cafeteria or aoywbero else in the schcol ? _ _ J.3,' d~ro, IC

5, Whowereyou with in thecafereria? Where were you sitting?

6, Did you s.. or talk to my of tileTrench Coat Mafia members 00 Monday? Tuesday? How about tile -V:;o
prior week or weekend ?

7, nave youheard a:oything fromanybodyelse about other suspects, bomb maldng, glUI buying,etc, ? N'~

8. Vibat were you wearing '1 Did you have a back pack ? What did it tooklike and / or have in it ?

9, How didyou leave the <::Iferetia or the building? What were tile e",uts til., tllllde youleave ? iU:tD~ r

10.. Wliatlimedid you eaterthe cafeteria ? Where did you come from (prior to Ihecaf'retia) ?

II, Havethemmarkwhere they were ,itting, their roure out of tilebuilding and wbom tbey werewith (if V
known) 1

12. How did you exit the building? \'lhere did you go when you got our and what did. you see on the ft."'CC.1 r
catstce of tilebuilding?

6r" Do you use th' lo=r? If so, whatis your screen name ? Do youhavean ICQ (ab; I seekyou I ,v ';
similJlr to a cbarline) accounr ?

® Do youknow anybody with a "doublepierced eyebrow" ?

15. Didyou see or bear anyunusual aaacsncements prior to the sbocdngs ? Do youknow wbatthe
"Ibcugbr of the day was" over the Rebel News Network(RNN) ?

16, Can you provide ally fun!ler infotmarion 00 the mem!lers of theTrenchCall! Malia ? ..,,,

17. Asktile parents if tile 1:;0.. have told them aoytbiog else ? Differenr? ~

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SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT

Oefendant: Docket Numl:>e:r:


Date: May 12, 1999 Case Numl:>e:r: 174A-DN57419
99-7625
CN 2654
Deputy D.A.: Investigator, Lauck

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Bryan Frye
5406 s. Independence
Littleton, ca., 80127
303/973-2850

On May 11, 1999, this investigator received a telephone call


from Mr. William Frye, the father of student, Bryan Frye. Mr. Frye
stated that Bryan received. his high school year cook yesterday and
spent a great deal of time studying the photos of various students.
Mr. Frye advised that Bryan told him that he was convinced that
had been the person who shot Lance Kirklin. He had
previously believed that the shooter was Eric Harris.

On May 12, 1999, this investigator recontacted Bryan .Frye. He


advised that while at school, he heard a rumor that had
turned himself in as having been involved in the shootings at
Col~~ine. He went on to say that when he received his year pook, he

began looking at the pictures of both Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris.
He said he then looked at the picture of and became
convinced in his mind that the person he saw outside the student
entrance holding and then shooting the 'rec-g was , not
Eric Harris. He said that he had assumed the shooter was Eric Harris
lecause he did not recognize him as Dylan Klebold that day and knew
that the media had announced the shooters as Eric and Dylan. He
advised that the shooter took very long strides and was close enough

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to him - he estimates about fifteen feet, that he saw the acne on
his face.

He had nothing further.

Investigation continues.

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REPORT OF INTELLIGENCe
SUBMITTEO BY (Name) SUBMITTED BY (Til~ and OffICe) SUBMJrrED BY 1001a;

Matthew C. ~raver SA/nemrer II 11103/99


REVIEweD BY {Name) REVIEWeO BY (Title and Office) REVIEWED BY (Oa"'!

. Robin King RAe/Denver II


APPROVED BY (Name) APPROVeO BV (Title and Office) APPROVED BY (Date)

Chrl-stopher P. Sadowski I SAC/Denver II

nXSSitPT;9M OF ACTIV~TY~
Interv~ew with Bri~~ Frls.

S'XPOPS:S~
On 11/2/99, SA Traver contacted Bryan Frye, at his residence, with his parents present.
At this time Frye stated that the picture he was shown of Dylan Klebold did look like the
individual he saw with a firearm at Columbine High School on 4/20/99.
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1. Oh 11/2/99, SA Traver contacted Brian Ft)/e at his residence located at 5406 S,
Independence St. Lietleton, Colorado. SA Traver had contacted Brian Frye'S mothe~ by
phone earlier, and both his parents were also present.
2. A~ this time, arian re-counted his previous interview stating that he had been outside
che school on che wesc6ide of the building At this time, looked up and from a distance
of about thirty feet and saw an individual wearing a black trench coat, black panes,
black boots, and black hat, come around the corner from the entrance to the right of
the top of stairs behind the cafeteria. He heard peo~le yelling and thought they were
being shot by paintballs. He then realized people were really being shot. He ran into
the cafeteria, up the stairs, down the hall by the science rooms, past the English and
Social Studles rooms, to the main office. Once in the main office he realized someone
was shooting in the school, he crawled through the main office, out a back door past
the Art rooms and out a door on the eastside of the building"
3 SA Traver then provided photos that had been taken from the cafeteria video camera
Af~er locking at photo #52, from packet A. ~rye stated that the image of Dylan Klebold
did Lock like the person he saw shooting people outside of the school on 4/20/99. He
stated that he remembers the firearm'being in the persons lett hand, and the black
ballcap on backwards, as they are represented in the picture. He stated that on a
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scale of 1 to 10 he would say that he would give it a seven, that he was sure that this
was the person he saw. He stated that the person he had previously believed the
shooter to be was "'" lie stated that the person he saw and have
similar physical characeeri$t cs. {In a previo~s interview, after reCeiVinj his
yearbook, he had tola his father that he believe~ the shooter to be He
also stated that the gunman had bad Acne, When asked by SA Traver if the ~mage of
bylan Klebold from photo#52 from packet A was the person he saw that day, Frye stated
that it did look like the person he saw in the school that day. He was not lOOt
positive, though he was fairly sure.

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COUJl\1BIl'.'E mGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE
CONTROL NUMBER: 24{)1
JCSD CASE NUMBER: 99-7625
FBI CASE!'ilJMBER: 114A-DN-57419
GOLDEN POLICE NUMBER: 99-1362
REPORT DATE: 06109/99
DETECTIVES: Jon Watson

Background:
Companion to lead, Control Number 2062, Tammy (LNU) was with Monica SCHUSTER and
Robyn ANDERSON at the time of the shooting,

J&gg:
Identifyand interview "TAMMY~

Disposition:

SUBJECT: Tamela L GOLDEN


DOB: 03128/80
7565 S. Sheridan Ct.
Littleton, CO 80128
(303) 973-6883

On May 12, 19991 left a messageon the answering machine at Kay PRANGE's office. Mrs.
PRANGE is the mother of Tamela Lynette GOLDEN.

Approximately 16:30 nrs, I received a call from Mr. Mike DiMANNA, 303-320-4848,who
advised me he is PRAJ>fGE's attorney. DiMANNA told me that GOLDEN had already made a
report of her information to a law enforcementagency. 1 asked him to let me know where and
when the report was madeso that I could review it I told DiMANNA that if the information I
needed from GOLDEN was in the report, then therewould be no need to disturb the family
further. DiMANNA subsequently advised the following.

On April 26, 1999, GOLDEN was watchingtelevision and learned for the first time that Pamela
ANDERSON was known to Eric HARRIS and DylanKLEBOLD. On April 27, 1999 GOLDEN
and her parents went to the Jefferson County Sheriffs Departmentoffice in Golden, where they
made a report to Deputy McLAUGHLIN. A copy of that document is attached to this report for
clarification,

In summary, GOLDEN's information basically substantiates information received by detectives


during the interview of Monica SCHUSTER (Control Number 2062); however, it does not
clarify ANDERSON's demeanor or state of mind during the incident Therefore, it was
determined that a follow up interview was required, and this report documents that interview,

The re-interview of GOLDEN was scheduled for Monday, June 7, 1999at 15:00 hrs. The
interview was conducted at DiMANNA's office, 1741 High Street. Denver, CO. Present in
addition to GOLDEN were DiMANNAand Kay PRANGE.

JC-001- 000820
COLUMBINE mGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE
CONTROL NUMBER: 2;1Ql
lCSD CASE NUMBER: 99-7625
FBI CASE NUMBER: I74A-DN-57419
GOLDEN POLICE NUMBER: 99-1362
REPORT DATE: 06109199
DETECTfVES: Jon Watson

GOLDEN said she has been friends with SCHUSTER for two years; thal is, during her freshman
and sophomore years at ColumbineHigh School (CHS), GOLDEN will be a junior during the
next school year, She has known ANDERSON for approximately one year, and met
ANDERSON through SCHUSTER. She recalled thatshe, ANDERSON and SCHUSTER would
sometimes have coffeetogetherat Perkins or lHOP (International House of Pancakes), and that
she generally saw ANDERSON one or two timesa month,

GOLDEN recalled that on April20 tll she was in science class during 4'" hour, which let out at
II: 10, She was scheduled for the "A" lunch, so she wentfrom the science classroom to her
locker, where she picked up some dry cerealin a bag that she had brought to snack on for lunch.
She then met SCHUSTER at her locker, and SCHUSTER said they were going to lunch with
ANDERSON. GOLDEN told me that she had gone to lunch with SCHUSTER and ANDERSON
four or five times during the two weeksprior to the shootings,

They went out the main doors,adjacent to the front office, and ANDERSON picked them up in
the driveway area of the teachers' parkinglot. GOLDEN told me that this was not unusual
because SCHUSTER and GOLDEN's lockers were near that entrance. GOLDEN sat in the
passengerside back seat, and SCHUSTER sat in the passenger side front seat.

They went to the Daily Queen.located about5 minutes from the school, where they went
through the drive-up to get their food, She recalled that she got a hot dog. According to
GOLDEN it was not unusual for their routine to vary, She said that once they took their food to
the King Sooper parking lot and ate therebecause ANDERSON needed to get something at the
store, Other times theyate inside the restaurant. hut on April 20mSCHUSTER wanted to go
back to the school so they wouldn't be late for class, which started about II :40,

After they got their food they returned to the school. Up to that point in time, GOLDEN
describedeverything as "just like a normalday", Shedoes not recall what time they got back to
the school, hut as they were driving into the parking lot she remembers seeing a policecar in the
101, kids running and a police car in the driveway behindthem, GOLDEN said they heard shots.

She recalled thar ANDERSON wanted to tum around and leave, and they pulled into a parking
space near ANDERSON's, but a policeman directed them to stay where they were, and to remain
in the car,

GOLDEN recalls that there were policecars "all on thegrass" and that there were "shots going
off', She said she saw Lance KlRKLAND and another studenton the ground. SCHUSTER
told her it was just a backpack, but she knewit was a person, GOLDEN recalled seeing the
library window shot out, and saw a person in a white shirt whom she could not identify firinga
gun from the library window down toward the parking area. She recalled seeing an ambulance

2 JC·001·000821
COLUMBINE area SCHOOL TASK FORCE
CONTROL l'.'UMBER: 2:!Ql
JCSD CASE NUMBER: 99·7625
FBI CASE NUMBER: 174A·DN·57419
GOLDEN POLlCE NUMBER: 99-1362
REPORT DATE: 06109199
DETECTIVES : Jon Watson

approaching the building, which she thought wastrying to get to KIRKLAND. and thought that
the personin the white shirt might have been firing because of that. She said there were "shots
everywhere". and they did not see everything because they wouldduck down. She recalledthat
it was hot, but when the library window was shot out, ANDERSON rolled her windowup to
prevent flying glass from hitting them,even though they werepretty far away.

GOLDEN recalled that ANDERSON waseating something during the time they were in the car.
She describedA.c"lDERSON as sitting back watching. She said ANDERSON becameupset,and
was crying off and on. GOLDEN said she held ANDERSON's hand.

GOLDEN remembers SCHUSTER saying words to the effect, "whocould do this? Students?"
And, "why our school?" GOLDEN does not remember much of what ANDERSON said. but
believes she echoed."who could be doing this?"

Afterthey were allowed to leave the car the girls wentto ClementPark where they talkedto
police. and a neighborpicked them up. GOLDEN told me thatshe told ANDERSON that the
'. policeofficer had asked her about the "trenchcoatmafia". She recalled that ANDERSON "just
lookedat me" but didn't say anything whentold this,

GOLDEN said about 30 minutes after theyleft the school parkinglot they werelistening to the
news and heardthe descriptions of the twoshooters. She remembers ANDERSON saying that
the description of one of them sounded like Dylan KLEBOLD. GOLDEN is unsure whether
ANDERSON specificallymentioned Eric HARRIS at that time, but GOLDEN remembered that
ANDERSON said, "I hope they didn't do something stupid",

GOLDEN laterlearned that HARRIS and KLEBOLD were the shooters, and subsequently found
out that ANDERSON was involvedin helping them obtain the guns, but she told me that
ANDERSON didn't say anything aboutthat during the time they were together that day.

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TAMELA LYNETTE GOLDEN, D08103·28-83


7565South Sheridan Ct.
Littleton, Colorado 80123
(303) 973-6883
Student: Columbine High School

KAY PRANGE
Same 'S above
Bus: (303) 753-6800

lNVEST1GAnON:

On 6·9·99. at about 1140 hours, I contacted Tarnela Lynette Golden'smother, Kay Prange. by telephone in reference to setting
up an interview of Tarnela Golden in reference to theshooting at Columbine High School on 4-20-99, Kay Prange advised me
that Tamela hasalready been contacted and interviewed by three otherlawenforcement officers priorto my calling andKay was
notvery cooperative. I asked KayPrange if! could talk to herdaughter, Famelaby phone, andshetoldme to getmy information
that I neededfrom one of the otherthree interviews already done,

Kay Prangeadvisedme that Tamela Golden was not in the cafeteria at all on 4·20·99,

DISPOSITION: Caseremains open. pending further investigation,

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05/07/99
On May 03, 1999, the writer left a phone message at the
GREGORY residence requesting that someone call the CBr office to
arrange for a brief interview. Having not received a return
call, the writer telephoned on several additional occasions but
did not leave additional messages.
On May 06, 1999, the writer called the GREGORY number,
(303) 933-6897, and spoke with Scott. Scott GREGORY acknOWledged
that he was a student at Columbine High School, but stated that
he had not seen anything on April 20 and saw no point in being
interviewed.
The writer advised that the interview would he brief
and needed to he done in person so that GREGORY could view a map
of the cafeteria to identify where he was sitting. GREGORY
stated that he had not been sitting in the cafeteria, and was
outside during his lunch period, Which is 'A# lunch. GREGORY
stated that he was eating his lunch outside on a grass area
he tween the math and science rooms.
GREGORY stated that he entered the cafeteria around
11:10 AM, and purchased lunch inside the cafeteria. He then went
outside and sat with Scott BEAVER. GREGORY stated that other
students ran by them saying ~'at someone was shooting, and the
two then ran east across Pierce street to Leawood Park. GREGORY
stated that he heard two or three "pop" sounds before they began
running, but never saw anything unusual.
GREGORY stated that he had seen KLEBOLO and HARRIS
around but did not know them personally. He also advised that he
was not into computers or electronic-mail.
The writer has attempted to contact GREGORY's parents,
without success at the time of this report.

mvcstig!lohon on 05/06/99 (telephonically)

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Haney, Stefanie 4-27-81
7493 S, Vance St. littleton. Co. 80123 303973-6550 Wk. "My Pet's Place" Veterinarian clinic 303683-0330
9/// S. S'/f>Jrll- F1' o-e.

Narrative:
On 5·25·99 I was contacted by Haney In response to a message I had left for her. She confirmed that she
did have the 5'" period free and on4-20-99 at approximately 1110hrs -1115 nrs shewas walking out of the
cafeteria via the 3'" or 4'"door from the school store. As she was crossing the sidewalk she looked over to
the people entering the school thru the double doors by the school store and greeted them with a nod and a
'What's up?", then keptwalking. Haney further told me that she did see and greet Harris and KJebold who
were entering thosedoors at that time. Both Harris and KJebold werewearing their'trenchcoats" with their
hands in their pockets. She knows both Harris and Klebold from school and described Harris as having
shorter hair than Klebold who's hairis fairly long over the ears and collar length. Shecould not say what
type of pants or footwear theyhad on. At that time neither had anything on their heads. Haneyalso
described a third male walking with Harris and Klebold. The white malelooked older than a high school
student and she did not recognize him from any of the four years she has attended CHS, The unknown
male was about the same height as Harris, his hair was dark in a kind of bowl cut and shaved on the sides.
He was wearing a white "T" or 'V"necked shirt (like a man's undershirt) with its sleeves rolled up once or
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After the greeting. Haney continued to walk to her vehicle which was parked "almost in the back comer by
the soccerfields". As Haney was driving out of the parking lot and was at the south end of the divider
between the two lots, she heard what she thought was a car backfire. She Is aware of one of the students
who owns an old Cougar that parks by the building and has heard his vehicle backfire before. thinking
nothing of this she continued out of the lot and as she was tumlng right(south) onto S. Pierce she heard
another "backfire". The first "backfire" was heard about 1120 hrs - 1125hrs. The second was heard less
than a minute afterthe first. She had glanced back after hearing the first "backfire" but saw nothing.

No further infomnation.

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5(27(99
On 5/27(99, Stefanie Haney, DOB 4/27/81, 3663 South
Sheridan Soulevard, Englewood, Colorado, was adv~sed of the
identity of the interviewing Agents, and the nature and purpose
of the interview. She was interviewed in the presence of her
Mother Diane Haney, DOE 5/21/57. She provided the following
information.
On 4/20/99, Stefanie arrived at the Columbine High
School at approximately 7:25 a.m.-7:30 a.m. She attended her
normal classes that morning. Her last class prior to the A lunch
was her business class. After this class, she went to the Rebel
Corner Store in the commons area to buy a soft drink. After
buying the safe drink, she exited the commons/cafeteria through
the south exit doors adjacent to the junior parking lot. As she
walked to the south on the sidewalk, she saw Eric Harris, Dylan
Klebold, and an unidentified male walking toward the entrances to
the commons/cafeteria. Harris was in a black trench coat, and
blue jeans. He appeared to be empty handed. His hands were
inside of his trench coat pockets as if he were going out of his
was trying to keep the coat closed. Klehold also had on a black
trench coat, with blue jeans. He also had his hands inside of
his trench coat pockets as if he were trying to keep the coat
closed. The third individual was walking about one or two feet
to the rear of Klebold and Harris, however he appeared to be with
Klebold and Harris. He is described as the same height as
Harris, wearing black boots, a wh~te v-neck t-shirt, and blue
jeans. Medium compleXion, with dirty blond hair, possibly in his
early twent~es. His hair was bowl cut, shaved on the sides and
back. Stefanie had never seen this individual in all of her four
years at the school. He looked older to her, not the age of a
high school student. She didn't have a verbal exchange with
either Klebold or Harris, but just a visual acknowledgement with
a nod of the head. During this non-verbal exchange, the
unidentified individual also looked her way. This action also
gave her the impression that he was with Harris and Klebold. She
never actually saw these three enter the building. Stefanie
noted that she passed by this location everyday, because she only
had four classes each day, and after the her last class, this was
how she exited the school. On any given day, TCM members and or
associates sit under and near the stairs in the vicinity of the
Rebel Corner Store. However, on 4/20/99, there were none of them

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SA Russell J. Atanas~oV
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around chis location. Due to this fact, she believes that other
people in the TCM and or of che TCM had Co have had prior
knowledge of the shooting that occurred on 4/2Q/99. After this,
she walked to her car which was parked in the senior parking lot.
On her way to the senior parking lot. she met up with a friend of
hers named Evan Hensley and walked to her vehicle with him. When
she got to her vehicle, she got in, and began to drive away. As
she drove out of the area to the east, she heard what she thought
was a backfire. This noise didn't seem unusual to her, because
there is a car that normally parks in the junior lot that
commonly backfires. When she was almost to Pierce, she again
heard what she believed to be a backfire and thought nothing of
it.

Although she knew who the Trench Coat Mafia (TCM)


members were, she didn't have many dealings or associations with
them. She knew who some of the other TCM associates were when
shown a photo lineup, but didn't know all of the names. She
stated that she had made small talk with Eric aa~is, and Dylan
Klebold in the smokers pit On occasion, however there was never
more interaction than that. Stefanie was well aware of the
conflicts that existed between the TCM and athletes (jocks). To
the best of her knowledge, there were never any physical
conflicts, but only verbal conflicts.
She identified the following individuals from a photo
lineup as being part of the TeM group.
1. (didn't know his name)
2. above)
3. above)
4. above)
S. above)
6. him by name
7. him by name
Scefanie stated that earlier in the school year, Eric Harris,
Dylan Klebold, and Brooks Brown had their differences. She knew
this afeer having observed in several verbal altercations in the
smokers pit.
However, after the Christmas vacation, it appeared as if Brown,
Klebold and Harris had settled their differences, and were then

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STEFANIE ANN HANEY, DOB/04-27-81


3663 South SheridanBlvd., #3-14
Denver, Colorado 80235
(303) 973·6580
Graduated student of Columbine High School, graduated 1999.

INVESTIGATION,

After schedulingan appointmentto meet with StefanieHaneyat the JeffersonCountySheriff's Office SouthSubstation.I met
with her on 10-26-99, at about 1800 hOUTS. My purpose for meeting with Stefanie Haney was to reinterview her about
ColumbineHigh School.

On 05·25·99, Jefferson County Sheriff's InvestigatorCraig Schoshke interviewed Stefanic Ann Haney, DOB/04-27-81, by
telephone in referenceto the shootingthat occurredat Columbine High Schoolon 04-20-99. Inthat interview,StefanieHaney
indicatedto InvestigatorSchoshkethat at approximately 1110 to 1115hourson 04-10-99, as she exitedColumbineHighSchool
through the doors across from "Rehel Corner". She said she saw Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris, and said they were both
wearing trench coats and had their hands in the pockets of their trench coats. She said Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris were
entenng the school doors at that time. A possiblethird personwalking withDylanKlebold and Eric Harris, lookedto Stefanie
Haney to be older than Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold,and she said that he appearedto be too old to be a studentat the school.
She told InvestigatorSchoshke she had not seen this third person prior to 04-20-99at Columbine High School,

On 05-27-99, F.B.L Special Agent Russell J. Atanasio interviewed Stefanic Haney reference to Columbine High School.
During this interview, Stephanie Haney told SpecialAgent Atanasiowhen she exited Columbine High Schoolon 04·20-99,
Dylan Klebuld, Eric Harris and possiblya third personwere walkingtowardthe school and towardthe entrancedoorsbythe
cafeteria/ccmmons. This third person was walking behind DylanKleboldan Eric Harris, but appeared to Stefani. to be with

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them. Stefani. said she had neverseenthisthirdperson before. Stefunie alsosaid duringthe interview that sheneveractually
saw DylanKlebold, Eric Harris and/orthe third person enterColumbine High School on 04-20-99.

Duringmy interview of Stefanie Haney on 10-26-99, she told me that she would see the Trench Coat Mafia students and
associates gatherunderneath the stairway in the cafeteria/commons area of Columblne High School. She said on ()4.19-99,
she saw a groupof TrenchCoat Mafiastudents that included Thad Boles, Zach Hechler,and a female student, however she
shedid not knowwhatthis female student'snamewas,andsaidtheyweregatheredunderneath thestairway. Stefaniesaidthe
female wasnot wearingatrenchcoat. It is unknown if theotherTrench CoatMafiastudentsor associates Were wearingtrench
coats or not at that time. Stefanic Haneysaid when she was walking through the cafeteria/commons area on 04-20-99, she
recalledthat therewas no TrenchCoatMafia students or their associates presentat thatlocation underneath the stairway. She
alsosaid that other than Dylan Klebold, EricHarris, andthe thirdperson thatshe saw,she did not see any of the Trench Coat
Mafia students or their associates at Columbine High School on 04-20-99. Stefanic said this is one of the reasons that she
believesthere weremore otherthanjust DylanKleholdand Eric Harris involved. She said she believes none of the Trench
Coat Mafia students were at Columbine High School on 04-20-99, because she believes they were aware of whatwas going
to takeplacepriorto the actual shooting on 04-20-99. Stefanie told methat although she had toldInvestigator Schoshke and
F.B.I. SpecialAgent Atanasio thatshehadneverseenthe thirdperson priorto 04-20-99, she told methat she nowbelieves she
had seen him prior to the shooting that occurred at Columbine High School on ()4-20-99. Stefanietold me that MarkManes
is a Trench Coat Mafia associate, and said that he lives or lived in the subdivision whichis northof WestChatfieldAvenue
and east of SouthPierce Street Shesaid that possibly duringDecember 1998, she saw this describedthird suspectat Mark
Manes' housewith him. Stefanie told me at that timethe thirdperson had longhairthat he wore"slickedback" from front
to back. Stefanicsaid this third person wastallerthan DylanKlehold or Eric Harris, and said hewas approximately 191020
years of age. She said this thirdperson did not have a trenchcoaton at thattime, but did keep his hands in his pants pockets
while he was walking toward the school. Stefanie said also present at that time was a female subject who she described as
heavy set, and believes that thisfemale mayhavebeenMarkManes' girlfriend at thetime. Dueto the factthatStefanie Haney
feels the third person may be older thanhigh school age. she said she was goingto look throughall of her Columbine High
School yearbooks that she has collected over the years while attending the school, to determine if she can identify the third
person that she saw on 04-20.99. Stefanie said she willcontact mein the future to adviseme if any of the photographs that

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she looked at was the third person. Stefanic did tell me that she has not seen this third person since 04-20.99.

Stefanie Haneytold me that she has seenseveral of theTrench CoalMafiastudentsandtheirassociates in a red andblack, full
size Chevrolet Blazer. Stefanie said thatshe believes this described vehicle belongs 10Brian Sargent Stefanic said that she
had talkedto Dylan Kleboldand Eric Hams whiletheywere all in the "smoker's pit Stefanie told methat she had smoked
marijuana withDylanKleboldand EricHarris whiletheywerein the"smoker's pit." She said this was in 1998, and saidshe
has heardDylan Kleboldand EricHarris talkabout how theyhatedtheirparents. Stefanierecalledthat eitherDylan Klebold
or EricHams (unknown whichone)hadbeen overheard saying atonetime, thattheirparentshadtakenhis carawayfrom him
for getting in trouble and either Dylan Klebold or Eric Harris made a comment something to the effect of, "They will get
theirs" Stefaniealso told me she had heardDylan Kleboldand EricHams talk about violence and said she heard themsay

Shealsosaid thatshe had not observedthejocks


pick on or harassthe Trench Coat Mafia students or their associates. Stefanic said she had, however, seen the Trench Coat
Mafia studentspick On the jocks and causetrouble with them. She saidthaifor a time,she knewDylanKlebold, EricHarris,
andBrooksBrowndid not get alongwith eachother, however, shedidnot knowwhy. She saidshe had seenthem hidewhen
they saweach otherapproaching theirlocation whileat Columbine High School, because they didnot want tosee eachother.
She 'aid she believes they have sinceworked outtheir differences.

StefanieHaney told me that she attended to the Columbine High School Prom on 04-17-99, and said she did not see either
DylanKleboldor Eric Hams at the prom. Stefanie saidtherewas anAfterPromparty at Columbine HighSchool lateon 04-
17-99 and into the early morning hours of 04-I8-99, Stephanie said shesawboth DylanKlebcld and Eric Hams thereat the
AfterPromparty. She said thatdueto thefactthatDylan Klebold andEricHams werenotdressed appropriately to attendthis
Prom, shebelieves theydid notattend, Stefanic saidat about0230 to0300 hourson 04-18-99, shesawDylanKlebold andEric
Ham, in the gymnasium at Columbine HighSchool, whichis werethefoodwas locatedfor this party. Stephanie said shedid
not recallseemgDylanKleboldandlorEricHams carrying anything suchasduffle hags, backpacks, etc., at that time. Iasked
Stefanic how difficult it would have been for Dylan Klebold, Eric Hams, or any associates to get to the other pam of
Columbine HighSchool duringthisAfter Prom party Stefanic saidthatalthough it was locked, it wouldhavebeen relatively

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easy for them, due to the fact that theyhadkeysto the otherareasof the school. Shesaid theyhad these keysbecause they
needed themfor their Video Productions class,

Duringthis interview, I asked Stefanie Haneyif sheknew who Isaiah Shoels was,and she saidshe hadknown him, Stefanie
said Isaiah Shoelswas herpartnerin herTeenLiving classat Columbine HighSchool duringthe full of 1998, I asked Stefanie
if she bad evenseenIsaiahShoels be the victim of racial intimidation orracialharassment Shesaid,"Never, I've neverseen
any racialproblems, Everybody loved Isaiah Shoels, He Wall a comedian,"

I gave Stefani. Haneymybusiness cardandasked herto contact me if she is ableto identify the thirdpersonthatshe sawafter
looking her Columbine HighSchool yearbooks. Stefanie saidshe will contact me in the future if necessary.

DISPOSITION; Case is open,pending further investigation,

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HANEY, STEFANIE ANN, DOB/04-27-8l


7493 S. Vance St.
Littleton, CO 80123
(303) 973-6550
RE: Contrell/50n

INYESTIGAnON:

On 12-16·99, I interviewed Stefanie Haney at her residence. Stefanic's mother was present during the interview. The
interviewbegan at approximately 0910 hours and wasconcluded at approximately WOO hours.

Haney was previously interviewed by Investigator An Peterson on 10·26-99 Reference this same control #5071. In his
report, Investigator An Peterson documented all relevant background information reference this interview, That
information will not he duplicated in this report.

The purpose of my interview was to clarify some information reported by Haney during her interview with Investigator
Peterson, specifically about the person she saw walking behind Klebold and Harris lIS they walked towards the school
Also about her belief that other Trench Coat Mafia students were involved in the shootings because she didn't see any of
them standing under the stairway in the cafeteria on 04-20-99, Haney reported that she did see a group of Trench Coat
Mafia students standing under the stairway on 04·19·99 and because they weren't there on 04.20-99; Haney believes that
more Trench CoatMafia studentswere involved or awarethat the shootings were going to happen.

Haney told me that on 04-2Q.99 as she exited the cafeteria and began walking towards her car that was parked on the far
south side of the senior parking lot she saw Eric Harris, Dylan Klebold and an unknown third male walking with them.
Haney stated that the third male WlIS walking behind Klebcld and Harris and the three of them were walking towards the
cafeteria. Haney did not actually see any of them enter the cafeteria, Haney described the third male as tall "Tailer than
Dylan" between 19·20 years old with short "Dirty Blond Hair," Haney told me that she could no longer remember what
-ny of the three were wearing. Haney stated that as she was leavingthe parkinglot in her car she heard what sounded like
a backfire She did not see anything that was goingon at the school as she left the lot
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Haney knew Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold from School and had talked to them during the school year while at the
Smokers' Pit. Haney told me that she did not recognize the other male who was walking behind Harris and Klebold.
Haney told me thai she "Knew Everybody" (referring to juniors and seniors at Columbine High School). I explained to
Haney that given the thousands of interviews conducted, and police reports written on this case, I could not tell her who the
person was she saw walking behind Harris and Klebold as we sat at her kitchen table during this interview. Haney stated
she understood that. I did advise Haney that the evidencein this case clearly indicates thal Eric Harrisand Dylan Kleboid
acted alone from the planning to the actual shootings. I also explained in some detail what the evidence is and how
Columbine High School Task Force Investigators have determined that no one else was involved. After my explanation,
Haney told me that she agrees that only Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were involvedand the male she saw walkingbehind
the was not. Both Haney and her mother understood and werecomfortable with what I had explained.

I also spoke to Haney about ber not seeing any Trench Coat Mafia students standing under the stairway in the cafeteria on
04-2Q..99. I advised Haney that I could not explain why she didn't see any Trench Coat Mafia students underthe stairway.
• did advise her that several Trench COal Mafia students were at school on 04-20-99. I told her who they were and where
they were when the shooting started.. The students I named were: Brian Sargent, Nate Dykeman, lock Heckler, Brooks
Brown and Robin Anderson. I again explained that tbe evidence in this Case as well as the entire investigation revealed
that no other Trench Coat Mafia students Were involved. Haney was comfortable with the explanation and agreed that
based on the informationshe no longer believe, that otherTrench CoatMafia students were involved.

In reviewing InvestigatorPeterson's report, I noted that Haney' told him that MarkManes is a Trench Coat Mafia associate.
I questioned Haney about that statement. Haney told me that she knows Manes and in fact had been to his house a couple
of times, the last time being about four years ago. Haney told me that back then Manes wore a Trench Coat, but he was not
a Trench Coat Mafia member or associate. Haney told me inat Manes did not know Harris Or Klebold during the time
when she knew Manes. Haney also told me that she saw the unidentified mate who was walking with Harris and Klebold
on 04-20-99at Manes' house one time. Haney stated that it was around Halloween approximately three to four years ago.
Haney staled that at the time she was not at Manes' house, she was visitinga friend who lives near Manes when she saw
the male.

This interview was concluded with Haney and her mother having no concerns in reference to additional persons involved
.n the planningof or the actual shoorings at Columbine HighSchoolon 04-20-99.
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This statement is voluntary and is made by me without threat of punishment and
w~thout unlawful coercion, influence or inducement. '

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I further state that I have read the foregoing statement, tbat I understand the
contents and all the facts stated therein are true in substance and in fact.

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INTERVIEW WITH COURTNEY HAULMAN, 008/06-17·84


9551 West Hialeah Place
Littleton, Colorado 80123

iNVESTIGATION;

On April29, 1999,at approximately 1530 hours, I interviewed Courtney Haulman, also knownas Misty. who statedthat on Aped
20. 1999. she had what she described as "A" lunch, which startedat approximately 1113 hours. Hauiman Slated that after her
fourth period class she camedown to the lunch roomWith HeatherAvery and immediately got into the food line and got their
food. Hanlman stated that they exited the cafeteriaand went out the far southeast door and sat on a COncrete area just outside
the door. Haulman stated moments after exitingthe cafeteria she heardthreegunshots,to which she stated, '" know gunshots."
daulman stated she went with Avery to check out the gunshots, walking to the southwest comer of the cafeteria and peeked
rund the coroner for approximately 25 seconds. Haulman statedthat she firstnoticed a guy helping Ann Marie Hcchhalder.
Haulman said that she observed ~~l~ blacktrench coats standing nextto the stairswhich lead to the west entrance of the
school. Haulman described gunman number one as a white male. approximately 17 yoa, 6'3", medium build. long curly dark
hair. wearinga black trench coat, darkcoloredpants,carryinga long gun tunknown color). Haulman described gunman number
two as a white male, 16to 17yoa, shorter than gunman numberone. medium build. no hat. no mask, dark clothing, to include
blacktrench coat. with grenade type things hanging on his shirr,dark in color. Haulmandescribed gunman number three as a
whitemale with a black trenchcoat, white shirr.carryingsomething odd in shape (unableto describe), HaulmanSlated that she
recognized gunmanone and two as individuals she had seen in schoolbefore. Haulrnan slated that she peekedaroundthe comer
for approximately 25 seconds. only gettinga side view of the gunmen. Haulman statedafter approximately 25seconds peeking
aroundthe comer. she and Averyran back to the cafeteria, at whichtimesheyelled to students in the cafeteriathat someone "as
shooting. HOlliman statedthat while in thecafeteria she heardmore gunshots and duckedunder a table in the cafeteria. Haulman
said that she and Avery. to include anothergroup of students, ran to the foreign language hall to the farthest east classroom to
hide. Haulman stated that while in this classroom she felt three vibrations. believed to be explosions. Haulman stated that 'he
believes she was in this classroom for approximately 10 to 15 minutes, Haulman stated that after about i5 minutes a teacher told

()everjone to run across the parking lot, to which she did. exiting the school by the emergencyexit located near the classroom.

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Haulman statedthat she ran to a seminary house locatedon Polk Streetat Pierce.

As the interview concluded I showed Haulman three photo lineups. Thelim lineup [ showed Haulman wasmarked number one

on the back of the lineup. Haulman picked photograph numbersix and toldme he was gunman number one. [then showed
Haulrnan photo lineup number two.which I marked a numbertwo on \he back<Jf\he photo lineup and Haulman pickedphoto
numberfiveas gunman number two. Haulman slated that photo number five was a 50% chance of beinggunman number two.
I than showed Haulman photo lineup number three which I had marked On the back as number three and Haulrnan was unable
to identifyanybody outof six photos.

ADDITIONAL IN'fQR!'MTION:

Haulman stated that while standing outside onthe southwest comer of the cafeteria, peeking around the comer,she observed
gunman number oneand twostanding in closeproximity of eachother and that the third gunman wasstanding abovethemon
the stairs.

DISPOSITION: Case open. pending additional information.

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Littleron.Colo 80123
303-978-0447

On 1O-25-99,Inv Rekerdid reinrerview Courtney Hauiman at me JeSO south substationwithher


mother present.

Haulman states that shewassitting outside the south entrance to thecafeteria by Rebel Corner
when she heard shooting andsilothen went to around to tbe westside of the cafeteriaand she slatedthat
shelooked around the corner and observed what shethought was twopersons with weapons and a third
person with thempossibly telling to them or yelling at them and tnat she could not tell if me third parry had
a weapon,
Inv Reker tried on three occasions to getHaulman to pinpoint where these three parties were
standing and she was unable to do that and seemed confused.

It should be notedthat Haulman is nearsighted and thatat the time of this incidenttbntshe did not
aave her glasses on.

Haulman wasshown photos 1146,4S,51,and 54 and 'he was unableto Identify anyone in the photos
and didnotknow if these were thesame persons shehad seendoing theshooting.

Heulman was unable to provide my further details and theinterview wasconcluded.

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WITNESSES,

KELLY HENDRiCKS, DeBI08·24·83


5397 South Independence Street
Littleton, CO 80123
303-979·3836
Student-Cclumbine High School

KATHY HENDRiCKS
Same as above,
Works out of her home. same phone number

KEN HENDRiCKS
Same as above
Work Works out his home, Business nameCapital Software
Same phone numberas the residence phone number.

INVESTIGATION,

On 06·22-99, at about 1000 hours, I responded to 5397 SouthIndependence Street,to contactand interview Kelly Hendricks,
who is a student at Columbine High School. This interview was in reference to the shooting that occurred on 04-20-99, at
Columbine High School.

Kelly Hendricks told me on 04-20-99, he arrived at Columbine HighSchool at approximately 0725 hours. Kelly said he went
to the band room, which is on the upperlevelof the school toward the east side of the building. Kelly saidhis first classis band
and said thisclass lasted from 0730 to 0820 on 04-20-99 Kelly said when he gOt out of his bandclass. he went to his science
class,which is alsoon the upperlevelof Columbine High School, and saidthis class lastedfrom 0825 to 0915. Kelly saidafter

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leaving Science, he went to Language Arts, which is also on the top floor, and said this class was from 0920 to 1010 hours on
04-20-99 Kelly told me that he had the next hour, which is fourth hour off, and said he went to the Seminary. which is a

residence located at South Pierce Street and West Polk. Kelly said that he remained at the Seminary until 1050 hours on 04-20-
99, and then returned to Columbine High School, arriving at approximately 1100 hours. Kelly said that when he reached

Columbine High School, he entered the cafeteria through a door, which is located south of the Commons area and south of the
"Rebel Comer" store. Kelly told me that when he entered this door. he walked north bound. past the "Rebel Corner" and then

turned to his left, which would have been west, following the south side wall and windows of the cafeteria, Kelly said that he
walked along the southern windows and then turned to his right. (north) and selected a table, that is in the middle of the cafeteria

from north to south and just east of the west side windows of the cafeteria. I showed Kelly a diagram of the Columbine High
School cafeteria and he showed me which table he had selected. Kelly said that this table was "RR" Kelly said when he
selected this table, he sat down at the table and faced toward the stairs. which is in an easterly direction from the table. Kelly
said the reason he was facing east or toward the stairway, was because he was looking for same of his friends, who he expected

'0 come into the cafeteria. Kelly stated that approximately ten minutes after he was in the cafeteria, (possibly at l l IOhours) his

friends by the name of Amy Arapkles, Kelly Lisi, Malt Davis, and Ashley Burner, entered the cafeteria and sat down with Kelly
Hendricks at table 'ORR." Kelly said that also present at this table prior to his friends entering the cafeteria, were Corey Hager

and Steve Curnow.

Kelly Hendricks said that after his friends entered the cafeteria and met with him at the table, they walked out of rho cafeteria
by exinng one of the doors along the south wall of the cafeteria. Kelly said from this point they walked to the senior parking lot
of Columbine High School, to Amy Arapkles's vehicle which was parked in the senior parking lot at the vary top. Kelly said
that as they were walking to Amy's car. he- saw two Trench Coat Mafia students from the back and said he knew they were
Trench Coat Mafia students due to the trench coats that they were wearing at the time. Kelly said these two Trench Coat Mafia
students were getting out of a vehicle which he described as a small four..door He also said he remembered the front car doors

were open. Kelly said this vehicle that they were exiting was not a BMW. Kelly said the vehicle the Trench Coat Mafia students

got out of was parked next to another student by the name of Ryan Schumer's vehicle in the senior parking lot. Kelly said at no

time on 04-20-99, did he see the from of any of the Trench COal Mafia students due to the fact that he only saw the backs of them
as they got out of this vehicle, Kelly said he did not pay much attention to the Trench Coat Mafia students due to the fact that

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he would seethem every day in the parking lot. Kelly saidthat theywalked on pastthe Trench Cost Mafiastudents and gel into
Amy' 5 vehicle, and then drove out of the Columbine High School parking lot and south houndon South PierceStreet toward
the Burger King .1 WeSI Coal Mine and South Pierce. Kelly said as they were drivingsouthbound on Pierce, he saw several
police vehicles responding toward Columbine HighSchool. Kelly saidthai after they went to Burger King,they triedto return
to Columbine High Schoolat approximately 124iJ hours on 04-20-99, however, they were blocked from getting any closer, at
South Pierce Streetand WestPolk.by pollee presence in theare. of Columbine HighSchool. Kellysaid they stiil did not know
whatwas takingplaceat Columbine High School andsaidthat theytried another wayto getinto the school.however, they were
UMble to do so. Kelly said thar they responded to a telephone, where he contacted his parents.

I asked KellyHendricks what he knew about the Trench CoatMafia and he advisedme that prior to the incidenton 04.20-99.
he did not knowany of the Trench CoatMafiastudents' names. Kelly said thathe had seenstudents at Columbine HighSchool
in. the hallways dressed with trenchcoats on, andsaidthe only description he could giveon themwas thai one was a male. and
verytall. Kelly saidthat he would estimate thisTrench Coat Mafia student to be 6'3"to 6'4"tall. Kelly saidthat he didnotrecall
seeingany female Trench Coal Mafia students, nordid he recall seeingany females with the maleTrench Coat Mafia students
at Columbine High School.

1 showed Kelly Hendricks the photograph, of the duffle bag and the propane tank that were later recovered inside of the
Columbine High School cafeteria. Kelly advised methathe didnot seeeither one of these items en 04-20-99 He alsosaidthat
he does not know of anybodyelse. nor has he heard rumor of anybody else, who may be constructing explosive devices and/or
buying or selling firearms

! asked Kelly Hendricks ifhe knewanybody with a double pierced eyebrow and he replied he did not l asked him if he knew

what the Rebel News Network (R,'lN) wasand he said he did knowwhat Rr-N Was. He said on 04·20·99, duringhi' second
hour class, he saw something to the effect of "I'll bet you wishyou weren't here today" on the "Thoughtof the Day" over rhe
Rebel News Network. [asked Kelly if he knew anyone who was in chargeof the Rebel News Network or in charge of putting
the "Thoughtof the Day" over the Rehel News Network. Kelly said the only studenthe knows is Elise Williamson, who is a
"roadeasier for the R,"'N at Columbine High School.

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I asked Kelly Hendricks how he has been doingsincethe incident on 04·20·99, and Kelly replied that he has been doing fine
He said he has had no problems, nor has he had any sleeping problems. I gave Kelly one of my business cards and asked him
to COntact me if either he or any of his family wanted to talk witha J.C.S.O. Victim Advocate in the future. I advised Kelly I
wouldmake the necessary arrangements for themat th.t time.

DISPOSITION, Case remains open, pending further investigation.

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f have read ihe foregoing stsremeot and the facts contained therein are true to the best at my know/edge and belief, i
do nor maintain that it contains all of the facts or details of the incident, but only those facts abOUT which f have been
asked.

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1. Did you ever see the two large duffel bags in the cafeteria?
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5. Who were you with in the cafeteria? Where were you sitting?
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6. Did you see or talk to any of the Trench Coat Mafia members on Monday? Tuesday
, How about the prior week or weekend? "!\. D

7. Have you heard anything from anybody else about other suspects, bomb making,
gun buying, etc.? ~ '-='

8. What were you wearing? Did you have a back pack? What did it look likeand! or
have in it ? !
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cafeteria) ?

JC-001- 000855
** UPDATED APRIL 28, 1999 **
TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

11 Have themmark where they were sitting, their route out of the buildingand whom
they werewith (if known) ?
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you see on the outside of the building?
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14. Do you know anybody with a "double pierced eyebrow" ?

15.Did you see or hearany unusual announcementsprior to the shootings? Do you


know what the "Thougbr of the day was" over the Rebel News Network (RNN) ?

16. Ca.'1 you provide anyfurther information on the members of the Trench CoatMafia?
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17.Ask the parents if the kids have told them anything else? Different?

JC.001· 000856
Reporting AgenCy Reporting Offi('e!' Case Report No
cm:TINlJATION 0
SUPPLEMENT y JCSO FELSOCI 99·7625·V
Cotmet:titl:g Case Retmrt No Vil;:tim N"ITie Origl!till Report Dare This Report

-c ,won X Fi rst Degree Murder Offtn~ SliM: Open X hcepfloflallyCICIlrmJ 0


06-10-99
Recommend Case: Review 0
ReduHttt;3don 0 Cl«re4 1:Iy "I'm: 0 ()n~c>mded 0 Closure 0

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WITNESS:

AUTUMN HETTINGER. 008110·30-&0

9903 West Arlington Avenue

Littleton. Colorado 80123


(303) 972-3188

Student; Columbine High School

INVESTIGATION:

At approximately i 755 hours. I contacted Autumn Hettinger by telephone in reference to a first degree murder which occurred
"Columbine High School On 4·20-99 (Control Number 3 I 74)

During our conversation, I asked her what she had observed anything unusual either before, during. or after the incident She

Slated that she was driving Gut of the junior parking lot eastbound toward Pierce Street at about 1118 hours on 4·20·99 She
stated when she was driving out the driveway she had to stop JUSl south of the school near the sidewalk that is in front of the
south cafeteria entrance. She stated she had to stop for Eric Hams, who was wearing a black trench coat. and seemed to have
items underneath his jacket. She stated that it was "a massive huge bulge" and he was wearing black army pants that had cargo

pockets on the side. She also stated she believed he was wearing J white T·shlrt underneath 'he jacket. I asked her if she

noticed anything In his hands. and 'he Slated that she did not. I "ked her if he was carrying a duffle bag, and she stated that

she believed he was net. She stated that he had a bulge on his back. underneath his jacket, and assumed that this was his
backpack. She stated that when she stopped, he stared at her and she smiled and stated, "Hey Eric, go ahead:' She stated he

walked up onto the sidewalk, and she then proceeded home for lunch.

She informed me that she had third hour philosophy class with Eric and that On 04-20-99 he was not in class. She also told

me that she has second hour calculous class WIth Dylan Klcbold, but could not remember if he was present in class that day

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I asked Iter If site knew anybody else associated with the "Trench Coat Mafia" and she stated Robyn Anderson is also in her
calculous class with Klebold. She stated that during the last few months. she noticed that Anderson had been flirting with
Kleboid, but knew that she was not his girlfriend,

She informed me that she was supposed to meet some of her friends in the library during her lunch period, but felt an
"intuition" that she needed to go home and not go to the library,

DISPOSITION: Open.

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RepQrting Aien~)' R¢pOrting Offi::4f Case: ReportNo
CONTINUATION 0
SUPPLEMENT v JCSO PETERSON 99.7625·RR
Ccrmecting (sse ReportNo VictimName OriginalR.eport DaleFhis Report

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06·08-99
CI"",~,I~~~i{l1'\ x First Degree Murder Offense SW1llI; Open X EX~lliptior;!lJI)' C!¢tmi 0 Recommend Case: Review :J
Reel(l)jlif].::alwrl n Cleami by Am${ 0 U1ifoundfli 0 Closure 0

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WITNESSES;

PENNY HOHN, DOBiOS·OS·81


6342 South Spotswood Street
Littleton. Colorado 80120

(303) 794-7067

Student: Columbine High School

CANDACE F1SHER

Same as above

INVESTIGA TION:

On 06·08·99. at about 1100 hours, ! contacted Candace Fisher by telephone in reference to setting up an interview with her
daughter, Penny Hohn. This interview was to be In reference to the shooting that occurred at Columbine High School on 4-20·99

Upon talking with Candace Fisher. she advised that Penny Holm was not available at that time. however, Candace advised me
that Penny Hahn was not at Columbine High School during the incident on 4-20-99. Candace advised that Penny was at the

"smokers PIt," which is a distance away from Columbine High School. Candace said that Penny was with friends at the "smokers

pit" during the incident.

Candace Fisher said that Penny Hohn did not witness any ef the event that took place on 4·20·99 She said that Penny does not

1<.001"any of the "Trench Coat Mafia" students and did not know Dylan Klebcld or Eric Harris prior to this incident Candace
said that Penny had mentioned that she did see them in the hallways at Columbine High School from time to time prior to the

incident. Penny had no further information about them.

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SUPPLEMENT v JeSO PETERSON 1J9·7625·RR
COMle';liog Case Report No Victim Name Originlll Repcet DateThis Report
06..Q8-99
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Cl..... .canen X First Degree Murder O~Slatu:>: O~:'l X EX~ilpt.lonally Cleared 0 Recommend Case: Rev(ew a
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Candace Fisheradvised that her other daughter, LacyHahn,was a witness to the shooting and was in the cafeteria on 4-20-99.
Candace said that Lacyhad already been interviewed prior to my calling the residence by another detective that was assigned
to the Columbine High School Task Foree.

DISPOSITION; Case remainsopen, pending furtherinvestigation.

JC.001· 000861

Unrt Number Supervisee lniaals aM Dale i Assigned To


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JC·001. 000862
LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 5/17/99
'FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2714. FBI; 4A-DN57419. JCSQ: CR #99-7625

SUSPECTS: Eric Harris


Dylan Klebold

WITNESS: Horsfall, Garrett


9003 West Cross Drive, Bldg 15-203
Littleton,Co 80123
303-948-0840

Cathy Horsfall (mother)


9003 West Cross Drive, Bldg 15-203
Littleton, CO 80123
303-948-0840

INVESTIGATION:
Orr 5/12/99, I was assigned information control numberDN2714 for followup investigation. The information
control narrative stated that GarrettHorsfall is on the original cafeteriabackpacklist.

On 5/13/99, I responded to 9003 West CrossDrive, #15-203, and met with GarrettHorsfall and his mother
Cathy. Horsfall confirmed that he had been in the cafeteria just prior to the incident occurring and that he'd left
his backpack behind.

Horsfall said that on 4/20/99, he had a ride to school from his friend Greg Italiano. He said that Italiano picked
him up at his apartment and that they drove to the school, and thoughtthey'd arrived at approximately 7:00am
in the Clement Park parking lot. He said they went into the school through the main entrance, downthe main
hallway, and was by the gymnasium talking with a group of people. He said that someof the peoplethat were

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JC.(J01. 000863
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 5/17/99
'FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON2714, FBI: 4A·DNS1419, JCSO: CR#99·7625

with him were Lauren Krowlinki, Stewart (last name unknown), Isaiah Schcels. He said that he talked with
these students until the first hour belt and then be went with Greg Italianoto 'Yoodshop. Horsfall said that he
has first hour off and that he usually goes to woodshop becausehis second hour class is woodshop and he's able
to work on his project through both classes. He said that during first hour he remained in the woodshop and in
between first and second hour, stayed there to work on his project. He said that the teacherin the class is Mr.
Allison. He said that from wcodshop, he went to his third hour class which is language,and that he had gone
down through the math hallway to get to his language class; Ms. Bowhack. From third hour Horsfall went to
his fourth hour wood shop class; Mr.Wasieko. From there he went to the "An lunch.

Horsfall arrived at the commons by coming down the stairs from the upper level. He said that he placed his pack
on a bench at the bottom of the stairs. He said that at about II: 15 a friend ofhis, Megan, came downstairs, and
. wanted to go have a cigarette. Horsfall, Megan, an~dalind~ft the school through the student
entranceto the commons and went to the southeast comer of the lot between the fences, where Megan was
having a cigarette. He said while they were there, theyheard a loud boom. They looked at each other and asked
what that was, and when they lookedback at the school, they saw students running from the school out of the
Science doors. As students ran past them they also told them to run; they said they also saw students running
out of the cafeteria They asked "what are you running from?" and some of the students said that there were
people that had been shot in the school. He said they then went with the other students across the street into
LeawoodPark, and then down a street south of there to where some people were outside and invited the
students into their homes. Horsfall was then able to call his mother, who then came and picked him up. Cathy
Horsfall said that she received the phone call from her son just beforenoon. Horsfall said that he heard
"booms" and explosions, and what he thought mighthave been gunshots, but did not see any of the shooters,

Horsfall said that his backpack is black, has three patches; one Korn, one Nine-inchNail, and another patch,
he's not sure what the band is, He also said that there's white-outwriting on the outside ofthe backpack. He

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JC-001' 000864
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99·38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 5/17/99
'FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2714. FBI: 4A-DN57419. JCSO: CR #99·7625

said the pack contains a white notebook which contains pictures of different bands, CD player, library book, and
a "Korn" CD, Horsfall said that he was wearing a blue T'-shirt and dark pants,

Horsfallsaid that prior to the incident he had neverheard of the trenchcoat mafia, althoughhe had seen kids in
the school wearing trench coats. Horsfall doesnot know of any students with double pierced eyebrows, and has
not heard of any students manufacturing or exploding bombsor stockpiling weapons. He does have Internet
access, however he does not have an ICQ account and doesnot use the chat rooms. He has not accessed any
trenchcoat mafia sites on the Internet. Horsfall couldprovide no further Information in regard to this
investigation.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
SUPPLEMENT REPORT
DATE 611/99 CASE REPORT # 99A062

CONECTING CR # lCSO 99-1625 INVESTIGATOR: G.B MUMMA

CONTROL# 3384

SUBJECT:
Matthew Le--#IS Icke DOS 041184
6334 Burgundy Dr. LIttleton, Co. 80123 303·195·9030
Columbine Hlgh School

Mother: Debbie Ickc 303-789·1865


Father; Lane Icke 303·789-4458

OBSERVATIONIINVESTIGAnON:

On 060199 I contacted Debbie Icke by phone At that time 1 told her that I needed to speak to her son
Matthew about his whereabouts the day of the shooting duringhis SUI hour Debbie stated that Matthew
was fishing today but that she was aware of what he had done that day because they had a long talk about It
after the incident Debbie stated that Matthew had left for lunch at about 11:20 and was walking through
the Southeast parkinglot of the school enrcure to the McDonalds, andthat he wasalmost to Piercestreet
when be heard an explosion and then gun shots. From there Matthew ran to his Uncle's house which is on
South Eaton street. From there he went to Leawood Elementary School and found his mother. Debbie
stated that Matthew never saw the shooters.

No further action taken by this Investigator.

INVESTIGATOR: DATE:

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JACKMAN, T

JC·001.000811
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT

Defendant: HARRIS/KLEBOLD Docket Number:


Date: APRIL 28, H99 Case Number: 99A062
Deputy D.A.: Investigator: DOYLE, PJ

FBI CASE 174A DN-S7419

WITNESS CONTROL NUMBER 1441

JCSD CASE 99-7625

Reporcing investigator, P.J. Doyle, is a commissioned peace officer


employed by the District Attor:J.ey in the First Judicial District
serving Jefferson ami Gilpin Counties. I am currently assigned to
assist in interviewing students from Columbine High School.

On April 27, 1999 I spoke to CHS student Tyler Rex Jaokman.


DOE: 4-27-99
5992 S. Sheridan Way
Littleton. CO 80123
303 797-0786
Mother: Mary Ann Jackman Work: No outside work

Tyleoc is a Senior at eRS. Tyler t S mother was present during


the inte!'"'V'iew.

~/ler told me the following:

Hehad been on a field trip that had been scheduled for


Marketing at the Wilshire Inn. He got back to school around lunch
1'.1- -~
time. Tyler went to the choir room and found his fociend

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Frank. He talked Wade into ditching choir and going to New York
Eagel. They went thrcugh the cafeteria on the way to the senior
parking lot.

Tyler and Wade were by the first row of cars in the senior
park~ng lot and heard a pop and looked over towards the school and

saw that a girl waS screaming. Two kids walked over to the girl and
tried to mOVe her. Dylan Klebold, who was about 40 yards away from
Tyler, was holding a sawed off shot gun. Dylan had appeared from
the stair case in the back of the school. Tyler knows Dylan and
Eric Harris from second hour video class.

Tyler said that Dylan was wearing a dark colored dus t e r , He


didn't remembee- what else Dylan was wearing. He said that Dylan may
have been wearing a base ball type cap worn backwards I but he wasn't
sue-e. He said Dylan usually wears the cap like that. Tyler
remembered ,..othing about Dylan's face. Tyler did say that Dylan
seemed ricrichaLane about what he was doing. Tyler said that he saw
nothing on or around Dylan's duster. Tyler didn't notice Dylan's
shoes.
Tyler said that he then heard a bomb explode. He said that he
and Wade got into ~flee-'s car and left. They went to a park across
the street.

When asked if anyone was with Dylan, Tyler said, rlWe saw like
a semi automatic being fired up top. We never saw that pee-san.
Shots fired about every second.' He said that the shots seemed to
be coming frcm the stair area between the Iibra~f and the ~jm ae-ea.

Tyler said that he di&~'t see Eric that day at all.

Tyler said that Rvan Selchert told him that he (Ryan) saW Eric
Harris on Monday and that Eric was sitting cn a chair at the front
entrance of CHS with a piece of paper and a pencil. Ryan told Tyler
that he (J',yan) said, "What are you deing?" and Eric said, "Just
planning for tomorrow. a

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Tyler said that he is not friends with Eric and Dylan, and that
he just K..'"10WS them from school and the video class. He said that
Eric and Dylan's movies were weird. They were Star Ship Troopers
and l?reditor where people had automatic weapons and were lining
people up and shooting them.

Tyler said that he knew nothing about; any internet


correspondence.

Team four guidsline questions, see attached.

Casey Jaokman is Tyler's brother and his mom told me that Casey
has not been conc acced by law enforcement. Casey was inside the
cafeteria by the window Where kids were shot.

Mrs. Jackman told me that she talked to Steve Greenwood's


mother and Steve has not been spoken to, either. She thinks that
Steve was inside the cafeteria! but wasn't sure. Steve's number is
303 979-0842.

No furthe= information at this time.

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INFORMATION CONTROL
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CONTROL NUM6EA': _
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Check 011''': _ Narrative _ Lead _ Oisposition

NO 1"'» AlIAtHED. HE ONLY WALKED TI!l\OUGH THE CAFETERIA.

LEAD WOULD bE 16 lACK 10 RYAN SELCHERT WHO HAD SPOKEN TO ERIC HARRIS ON MO~~AY RE
CARDING ERIC GETTING READY FOR "TOMORROW" RYAN SElCHERT NO OTHER INFO AVAILABLE

CASEy JACKMAN, liLER JACKMAN S BROIHER . bE WAS INSIDE IRE ~A]EIERIA

BY THE WINDOWS \/'llEN KIDS WERE SllOT. CASEY NEEDS INTERVIEWING.

LEAlJ 3. ,lEV E GREENWOOD MAY RAVE BEEN IN TllE CAFETERIA m NEEDS INTERVIElJING

White· Original Veil ow . Rapid Start :;)ink· Lead


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COLUMBINE 05-27-99
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WITNESSES:

TylerJackmaniDOB 051081
5992 South SheridanWay
Littleton, Colorado 80123
303-797-0786
Columbine High School I 12~ grade

INVESTIGATION:

In 05-26-99, at about !0:15 a.m., I interviewed CHS student Tyler Lackman as follow up on DN2977. The interview was
conducted at Tyler's residence in the presence of his mother.

Tyler tcld me that on 04-20-99,at about 11:00a.rn.,he arrivedbackat Columbine HighSchool following a DECCA marketing
meeting thatwas heldat the Wellshire Innrestaurant on South Colorado Boulevard.justnorth of EastHampden Avenue. Tyler
Said thathe had drivento said meeting in his red Mustang convertible with fellow students Andrew Bengston (11~) and Adam
Thompson (II ") following their first period classes, and returned to the school togetherfollowing said meeting which ended
at about 10:30 a.m. Tyler said that upon returning to the school, he parkedhis car in his designated parking space(#7) in the
senior parking lot, entered the school through the south doubledoors next to rebel comer, and walked upstairs to the Choir
classroom to wait(outside)for his friend, student Wade Frank(12"). TylersaidthatAndrew and Adamwentto theirrespective
classes from the parking lot, but that he didn't pay attention to the route(s) they took. Tyler explained that hi' and Wades
fourth period class wasa "food"class, and that Wade's fifth periodclass,whichbeganat II: 10a.m.,waschoir. Tylersaidthat
he (himself) has lunchat! I:10 a.m.,and that he waited for Wadeto arrive with the intention of talking him into"ditching" his
choirclass,

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Tyler saidthat when Wadearrivedat about II: II a.m. he quicklyconvinced him to ditch his choirclass. Tylersaidthat Wade
thenenteredthe Choir classroom to place Iris nameon the attendance list,then returned to wherehe (Tyler) had been standing
outsidethe classroom, At that point, which wouldhave been about II: 16 a.m. Tyler said that the two of them then walked
west, down the hallway to the interior stairway that leadsto the cafeteria. Tyler said that the two of them walked down the
stairwayand exited the school throughthe southdoubledoors near rebelcomer,

Tylersaid that upon exiung these door" at about II: 18a.m. he and Wade walkedsouthward towardthe parking lot with the
intention of getting into his (Tyler's) car, Tyler saidthat after he and Wade had walked about ten feet, they heard a series of
"pops" which appeared to have come from the west side of the cafeteria, Tyler said that he and Wade gave no particular
thoughtto thissound. and continuedwalkingsouthward. Tylersaidthatwhen they reachedthe curb, they lookedbacktoward
the west side of the cafeteriaand saw a girl screaming that she "couldn't feel her legs," Tyler said thatthis girlappearedtobe
itting on the curb west of the cafeteria. betweenthe largerand smallergrassy areas on toe cementwalkway, Tyler saidthat
hisinitialthoughtwas thatstudentswere filming a video, andthathe andWadestoodand watched, Simultaneously withseeing
this girl,Tylersaid that he saw"Dylan"walking down the exteriorcement stairway west ofthe cafeteria. Tyler saidthat Dylan
appeared to be holding a long gun, which he thought"looked likea sawed off shotgun," Tylersaid that when Dylan reached
the bottomof the stairway,h. pointedthe gunat someone lyingto one side of the stairwayand fireda singleround, Tylersaid
that when Dylan fired the round, the gun was eithertouching or very close to touchingthe person's back. I asked Tyler why
he told me it Was "Dylan." Tylertold me that he recognized DylanKlebold immediately, and thatDylanwas wearing "a black
ban cap, backwards,and a blackduster," Tylersaid that he is not personal friends with Dylan, but has known him for the last
four years and also had a class with him this semester.

Tyler saidthat after Dylan shot the personat the base of the stairway, Dylanstarted to walk back up the stairs. Tyler saidthat
whenDylanwas about halfwayup the stairs,he hearda burst of gunshots "from a semiautomatic" earning from further upthe
hill, beyond his line of sight. Tylersaidthat based uponthe sound of the gunshots, and given that Dylan was still walking up
the stairs, he is certain that someone else had fired these shots, Tyler said that at this time, he and Wade began to walk
southward. toward his car, Tyler said that he and Wade Were "still lookingback" as they slowlywalked. and that when 'hey

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reachedthe triangularportion at the nortth end ofhis parkingrow, he and Wadesawsomething"flyingthroughthe air" and land
between the third and fourth rows ofthe senior parking lot. Tyler said that he did not actually see this object well enough to
identifyit, but that it"caught my eye." Tyler said that whenit landed,it explodedupon impact. Tyler saidthat he had"no idea"
as to whetherDylan hadthrown thisobject,or if'it had beenthrownfromsomeoneelse further up, out ofhis line of sight. Tyler
said that when this object exploded, he saw a flash of light which was followed by the "tinkling" sound of "little rocks flying
everywhere,"landing on top of cars. Tyler said that at this point,he and Wade were standing by his car, in space #7, and that
he wasattemptingto unlockthe driver's doorwhlle Wadestoodby the passengerdoor. Tyler said that he stillwasn't sure what
was going on and whether or not this was real, but came to the conclusionthat it "was definitely time to leave."

Tyler said that prior to getting into his car, while still unlockingthe door, a car driven by student Tina Bemacchi (12") drove
by as it wastravelingsoutheast, along the south side ofthe senior parkinglot. Tyler said that when Tina drove by, she stopped
-id asked something to the effect of"\\Inat's going on? Is thisreal?' Tylersaidthat another female was inside Tina's car, but
he could not identify her. Tyler said that he told Tina he didn't know and that he was "getting out of there," whereupon she
continueddriving southeastward. Tyler said that he and Wade then entered his car. at which point "Andy and Sid drove up"
behind them. Tyler Identified Andy as the "school security guard" and Sid as the "narc." He said that both are school
employees, and that they asked, "Where are they?" Tyler said that Andy and Sid pulled forward a little bit, whereupon he
(Tyler} backedout ofhis parking space, pointedhis carsouth, and began todriveout ofthe parking lot. Tyler said that he didn't
know where Andy and Sid went from there.

Tyler said that upon leavingthe parking lot, he turnednorth onto PierceStreet. Tyler said thal he drove "about fifty feet" and
then hadto stop while "hoards" of studentswho hadrun outof the eastside of the school ran acrossPierceStreet, into Leawood
Park. Tyler said he had to wait "about five minutes" for the students to pass by, whereupon he turned right onto West Fair
Avenue and parked hi' car along the north side of the street Tyler said that he and Wade then got out of his car, ran into
Leawood Park. and began talking to fellow students who were there. Tyler said that he remained in Leawood Park for about
fifteen minutes, at whichpoint several students began to "scream and panic" and run eastward toward (he homes on the next
street that runs north and south. Tyler said that he and Waderan with the students into someones home, where they watched

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newsaccounts of the shootings on television, TylersaidthatheandWaderemained thereforaboutfiveminutes, at whichtime


they returned to his car and drove to thefar west sideof Clement Park Tyler saidthat in orderto do so, he hadto takeseveral
detours because Pierce Street had, by that time, beencordoned off,

Tylersaid thathe is "absolutelycertain"that theperson he sawonthewestsideofthe library,on thestairs,wasDylanKlebold.


Tylersaidthathe"knows of' the publicized acqueimances ofDylanKleboldandEricHarris,andthathe couldeasilyrecognize
mostifnot all of'them. Tyler saidthat despite being"approximately seventy-five yards"awayfromthisperson.he sawenough
of him to instantly recognize himas DylanKlebold, Tylersaidthathe alsoknewEricHarris,but wasnot personal friends with
him, Tyler saidthat he remembers having a classwithEric Harris earlier this year, Althoughhe heardgunshots coming from
beyondDylan's locationon the stairs, Tylersaidthat heneversawa second shooter. The interview concluded at about J [·05
a.rn,

Tyler said that neither he nor Wadewerecarrying backpacks on 04-20-99,

All namesprovidedby Tyler were run through Rapid Start, All wereindicated to have been interviewed, or scheduled to be
interviewed; no lead sheet necessary,

Seeattached schoo1and parking lot maps,

DISPOSITION, Open,

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EMILY CHRISTINE IACOBSON, DOBI09-08-81


6651 West Frost Avenue

Littleton, Colorado 80123


(303) 978-9033

Student: Columbine High School

JULIANNE JACOBSON
Same as above

Bus: Kaiser Permanente


5257South Wadsworth Blvd,
Littleton, Colorado 80123
(303) 972-5018

MARK JACOBSON
19172 East Custard Avenue
Parker, Colorado 80134
(303) 841-6408

INVESTIGATION;

On 6,8-99, at about 1800 hours. I responded to 665] West Frost Avenue to contact and interview Emily Jacobson, who is a
student at Columbine HighSchool. This interview wasin reference to 'he shooting that occurred on 4-20-99 at Columbine High
School.

Upon arrivalat the residence J interviewed Emily Jacobson in the presence of her mother, Julianne Jacobson. Emily Jacobson

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toldme on 4-20-99 she had her fourth houroff from anyclasses. Emilysaid she leftColumbineHighSchoolon 4-20-99, at about
1020 or 1030 boursand wentto AmyBierbrach'sresidence, which15 in tbe areaof Columbine High School. Emily said shewent
with mends, Mary Johnston, AimeeMessa and Amy Bierbach. Emily said when they left Columbine High School, they walked
through the cafeteria of the school and exited through the south doors by the "Rebel Corner." Emily said they returned to
ColumbineHigh Schoo! on 4-20-99, at about l l lu hours, andenteredColumbine High School throughthe samedoors that they
had exited previously by the Rebel Corner. Emilysaid she bad forgotten her keys in her schoolhall locker so while her mends
waitedin the cafeteriaby the Rebel Corner, she went upstairs to her locker. Emilysaid she believes her school locker number
Is#688, but she was not certain.Emilysaid she leftColumbine High School after gettingher keys, and when she returned again,
at about 1140hours, on 4-20-99, she was unable to get to Columbine High School due to the law enforcementpresence in the
area. Emily said she was stopped at approximately South PierceStreet and West Walker Avenue from going to the school.

I showed Emily Jacobson the photographs of the duffle bag and the propane tank that were later recovered in the cafeteriaat
'::olumbine High School. Emily said she did not see eitheritem priorto the Shooting, and said she did not see any items of this
descriptionprior to the shooting being carried in or out of the cafeteria or other areas ofthe school tb.t she had been in,

Emily Jacobson said on 4-20-99, as she was leaving tbe parking lot of Columbine High Schooljust prior to the shooting, she
believes she saw a suspicious subject on a motorcycle. Emily said this suspicious subject was riding a yellow dirt bike type
motorcycle, and when she saw it the motorcycle was turning from northbound PierceStreet into the student parking lot. Emily
saidshe recalled the motorcycle because she remembered thinking that the rider wasstupidfor not wearing a helmetwhileriding
the motorcycle, and said the motorcycle "looked funny" to her. Emilysaid she believedthe rider of the motorcycle wasa male
and possibly waswearinga backpack. Emilysaidshe laterhearda rumorthat duringthe shooting an unknown personhadridden
the motorcycle through the cafeteriaat Columbine High School. Emily said she did not know if this was true or not, however.

Emily Jacobson said she did not know Dylan Klebold's name prior to the shooting. Emily said she remembers seeing Dylan
Klebold in the hallways of Columbine HighSchool. Emily saidshe remembered Dylanwaswearinga dark coloredbaseball cap
with a red "B" on the back of It. She said it appeared to the "B" was hand sewn onto tbe back of the bat. Emily said Dylan
Klebold would wearthis hal backwards, and wouldalso wear a midcalf lengthtrenchcoar rhat was black in color. and possibly

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made of rayon or cotton,She saidshe did not believethatthe trenchcoatworn by DylanKlebold wasmadeout of leather, Emily
said she recalled when she would see Klebold in the hallways, he wasusually with another male dressed in similar clothing as
Dylan Klebold was wearing, Emily said she did not know this other person's name,

EmilyJacobson said she did not knowmuchabout the "TrenchCoat Mafia," otherthan to say they were intimidating !Q her and
said they were"all weird," She said sheknewwho someof the peomewore who were associatedwim the"Trench Coat Mafia"
students, These are as follows: Emily said a female in her photoclass by the nameof Pam (unknown last name), wore a Miami
Dolphinshal. Emilysaid she hadseen Pam beinginterviewed on the television afterthe shooting, Shesaidthat Pam was wearing
this same hat during the interviews, She said she heard rumorsthat Kirsten Thielbault may associate with the "Trench Coat
Mafia"students, and remembers hearing that Thielbault as strange. Emily did
notknow who Thietbauit's boyfriendwas,however, Emily saidthat Nicole Markham wasin her photoclass at Columbine High
Schooland sat nextto her in thisclass,Emilysaidshe would try to makeconversation with Nicole Markham, however, Markham
would talk to her and answer her questions in very short answersand was not very talkativeto Emily.

EmilyJacobson said that she worked at the Columbine Knollsswimming pool during the summer of 1998,and said Eric Veik
(who she believedmay be a trenchcoatassociate) actedstrange and wentto the poolalone, hanging around the pool.Emily said
that Eric Veik wouldsay bello to her, She said that abouttwo months prior to the shootingat Columbine HighSchool, Eric Veik
was employedat a Video City store. Emilysaid sitehad a VideoCity membership and said Eric Veik began calling her at home
and would try to catty on a general conversation with her, She said she received two of these phone calls from Eric Veik, and
believed he got her telephone number from the membership paperwork at Video City, Emily was asked if she reported these
incidents to the managementof Video City as she respondedthat she had not,

EmilyJacobson said she did not know who EricHarris was prior to theshooting at Columbine High Schoo! on 4-20-99 Emily
said she did not rememberseeingany of the female "TrenchCOal Mafia" assccrates wearing trench coats, EmilyJacobson said
that she considersherselfa "jock" due to the factshe is a memberof the Porn Poms at Columbine HighSchool. She said although
she has never been harassed for associating with the "jocks" at Columbine High School by the "Trench Coat Mafia" students,
they have given her "dirty looks" and intimidated her, Emilysaid she has not seen any of the "jocks" harass the "Trench Coat

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EmilyJacobsonsaid she does not knowof, nor has she heard of any rumorsof anyonemanufacturing explosivedevicesand/or
possessingany firearms. Emily did not know of anybody who has a double pierced eyebrow upon being asked about it.

Emily Jacobson said that although she has had some sleepingdifficulties at times off and on since the shooting,she feels that
she is doing well copingwith the Incident. Julianne Jacobson said at times Emilywill suddenly begintalking about the shooting
incident, but at other times will not talk about it. Julianne said she does feel that Emily is doing fairly well coping with the
incident. I gave both Emily Jacobsonand her mother,JulianneJacobson, one of my businesscardsand told them to contactme
in the future if they wantedto talk with a JCSOVictim Advocate. I advisedthem that I would makethe necessary arrangements
for them at that time.

JISPOSITION: Case remains open, pending further investigation.

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On May 4, 1999, BRAD JENKINS, date of birth 06-24-80,


social security number 615-24-3289/ 6131 W. Rowland Pl., 303-971-
0513, was interviewed by Christopher T. Schaefer who identified
himself as a Special Deputy United States Marshall currently
assigned to the Federal Bureau of Investigation Joint Terrorist
Task Force.

JENKINS, after being advised of the identity of the


interviewer was 1:01d of the FBI's investiga1:ive 1n1:erest in the
Shootings at Columbine High School on April 20, 1999.

JENKINS advised the following.

JENKINS was in the parking lot on the southwest side of


the school waiting for a friend. JENKINS advised he was parked to
the east of parking space #259. (this is located next to the
cafeteria and is not a designated parking space, see map) JENKINS
drives and old model blue Chevrolet short bed truck.

JENKINS knows both Klebold and Harris. He has never


spent any amount of time with them however he knows them by name
and not just sight. JENKINS advised that he had been waiting in
the parking lot for approximately one or two minutes when he
noticed Xlebo1d and Harris at the top of the stairs next to the
library, JENKINS did not see either party walk up the stairs.
JENKINS advised that Klebold threw two pipe bombs into the
parking lot and one "eggshaped' device into the parking lot.
JENKINS then advised that Xlebold threw another unknown device on
top of the building around the location of the library offices.
JENKINS described all four devices as being "lit,' After Xlebold
threw the device onto the roof of the school Klebold began
shooting a shotgun towards the direction of the houses located
directly south of the school, JENKINS stated he did not feel
Xlebold was shooting at anything imparticu1ar,

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JENKINS stated that at the same time Klebold was
throwing deVices, Harris walil shootinq a semi-automatia weapon in
the direction of the double glass doors located south of the
library. JENKINS stated both Klebold and Harris were wearing all
black, and both had on trench coats. JENKINS was unable to advise
further information on clothing. JENKINS stated he did not see
any bags around the subjeots.

JENKINS stated that he thought this was a prank.


JENKINS advised that Klebold was laughing and Harris had a smile
on his face.

Sometime durlnq this period students :began to run and


hide behind vehicle looated in the parking lot. JENKINS realized
this was not a joke and backed up to leave the parking lot. When
JENKINS was backing up he saw a male on the ground at the bottom
of the stairs. JENKINS did not know the male or know if he was
wounded.

JENKINS attempted to exit the parking lot but was


forced to stop due to students running in front of him. He stated
that when he stopped a large number of students jumped into the
bed of his truck. From there JENKINS left the parking lot and
went home to call his father. Sometime on his way home the
students in the back of his truck jumped out.

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DERREKJOHNSON, DOB/06·04·82
7571 S. Estes St.
Littleton,CO 80123
(303) 979-l336

INVESTIGAnON:

On 08-03-99, I contacted Columbine High Schoolstudent Derrek Johnson by phone. I asked him about his observationson
04·20·99 at Columbine High School. This interview is connected with DN#3985.

Johnson statedhe was in schoolat 0730 hoursfor his first class. He attended first, second,third and fourth periodclasses, His
fourth period class was Algebra I with Mr. Bundy. Thatclass let out at about I 110hours, Johnson bad "A" lunch, so at I I 10
hours he left the school to go for lunch.

Johnson exited the doors near the lower commons area to go out to the Junior parking lot where he and his friendMikeWritz
were going to meet to go to lunch. Writz wouldbe drivinghis car, whichwas parked in the Junior lot. Johnsonstatedthat as
be carnedownstairs,and through the cafeteriaareabeforeexiting the lowercommonsdoors, everythingappearedto he normal.

Johnson and Writz got into Writ,' car and they drovetowardthe road whichstudents take from the south parking lot to South
Pierce Street. Johnson stated that there were a lot of studentsleavingand so it was stop and go traffic nell!that roadwaythat
exits the school. He stated that while they werewaitingto go onto that roadway, Eric Harris walked in front of their vehicle.
Harris was walking from the Junior lot towardthe school, I asked Johnson if he recognizedHarris right away. He said he did
not know Harrisnor does he know Dylan Klebold, He Slated thathe laterrecognized Eric Harris from the TV photographs and
fromhis yearbookas the personwho walkedn frontof theirvehicle. 1asked Johnsonto describeHarris' appearance. Hestated

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thatHarrisdid not have a hat on. Hehad dark, shorthair. He was wearinga longblacktrench coatthat went down to his shoes.
He estimatedthe time that he saw Eric Harris as about 1115 hours.

Johnsonslated thatHarris had his arms at his side. I askedhim ifhe could see whetherHarriswas carryinganything. He staled
he could nOI see anything. He staled Harris was by himselfand walking at a very fast pace. Johnsonhad not seen Harris in
the lunior parking lot prior to seeing him approachtheir car and walk. in front of it.

Johnson and Writz left the school and went to the New York. Bagel Restaurant. While they were having lunch, the manager
of the restaurant came out and advised them that an incident was occurring at the high school. Johnson remembers the manager

saying somethingabout someone in the parking lot witha shotgun. Johnson and Writz immediately left and went backto the
school, traveling east on West BowlesAvenue. They intendedon turningsouthonto SouthPierce Streetbut were Slopped by
',w enforcement who had that street blockedoff. Johnson had no further information regardingthe incident.

DISPOSITION; Open.

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ShannonJohnson, dob/12-31-80
7953 South Vance Street
Littleton, Colorado 80123
(303}919-6184

INVESTIGATION,
On 06-10-99, 1 receivedlead number #4459. I had previously interviewed Kristin Johnson, who had told me that her sister.
Sharman Johnson.had seen Eric Harris when she was leaving Columbine High School on 04-20-99.

On 06-10-99. at 0915 hours, I contacted Shannon Johnson at her homephone number (303)919-6184. I told ShannonJohnson
hatI was callingreference theColumbineHigh School incident on 04-20-99. I toldher that Kristin Johnsonstated that she had
seen Eric Harris on that date, ShannonJohnsonstated she had been walking out the entrance of the high school,near the library.
at the top of the stairs. As she exited,she saw Eric Harris standing at the top of the stairs to the right side ofthe sidewalk. She
statedhe was standingon the grass,not on the sidewalk. Shannon Johnsonstated Harris was looking down the stairs and was
standing by himself I asked Shannon Johnson if she had any conversation WIth Harris, and she stated she did not, I asked
ShannonJohnson what Harriswas wearing. She slated he was wearing a black trench coat with some sort of black pants. When
I asked what typethey were.she stated she didn't know. I asked what type of shoes Harris was wearing, and she stated she did
not know. I asked her if she had noticed the color of the shoes, and she stated she did not. I asked ShannonJohnson if Harris
was wearing anything on his heed, and she stated she did not thinkso. I asked what sort of shirt Harris was wearing.and she
stated she didn't know because he had his backto her. I asked ifhe was carryinganything, and Shannon Johnson stated he had
a backpack, possiblyblack, silting on the groundnear his feet, but that she did not notice anything in his hands.

ShannonJohnsonstated she badjust left her Philosophy class, and it was her lunch period. She stated she did notknow what
time it was whenshe actually exitedthe schooland sawHarris. but statedshe recalls looking at her watch as she was leaving the
parking lot, and that it said 11 :22 a.m., Shalmon JohnsonSlated she recalls this as she was running late to get borne for lunch.

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Shannon Johnson statedshe parks in the seniorlot in space#231 (maybe). I asked Shannon Johnson if she knew where Harris
parks his vehicle, and she sttared she did not. ShannonJohnson stated that she did however bow that Dylan Klebold and hi'
mends park near the bottomof the stairs, tasked her if Klebold's vehiclewas presentthat day when 'be left the school. but she
stared she did notrecall. She staredshe knew his vehicleas it bad numerousstickers on it, and she bed on one occasion asked
him about the 'tickers.

I askedShannonJohnsonhow she knew Klebold and Hams. She stated she bad never actually talked to Harris, but only knew
who he was. She stated she had talked to Kleboldon a few occasions. She stated she did not have any classes with either one
of them.other than possibly her Freshman year. I asked Shannon Johnson if sne had seen Klebold on Q4.2fl-99, and she stated
she did not

isked Shannon Johnsonif she saw or beard anything as she was leaving the parkinglot on that date, andshe stated she did not.
She statedshe had leftalone. She said she tried to come back to the school later; however, the roads were blocked. She stated
she was upset because she needed to get back to school and didn't know why the roads were blocked, and assumed there was
an accident As a result, she went around anotherdirection trjing to enter the school from the ather side. She stated the roads
Were blocked at that location also,and there werepeople running out. ShannonJohnson believedthere might possibly be a fire;
however,some kids stopped and told her what had happened,

Lasked Shannon Johnson if therewas anything elserelated to thatdateor previousconversations or incidents which she thought
might be helpful. She stated there was nothing else.

DISPOSITION: Open, pending further investigation.

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Johnston, zachary (Zach), DOB/01-04-82


7693 West Plymouth Place
Littleton, CO 80128
H: 303-979-5371

BusinessAddress: Student - Columbine High School

(Parenral Informatioa)

Johnston, Patty
7693 WestPlymouthPlace
Littleton, CO 80128
H: 303-979-5371
B 3-932·2500

Johnston, Michael
7693 West PlymouthPlace
Littleton, CO 80128
H; 303-979·5371
B: 303·730·1324

!N\'ESTIGAIION:

On July 20, 1999 between the hours of 1420 and 1450, I had an opportunity to speak with Zach Johnston in reference
to the Columbine incidentthat occurredon April 20, 1999. During the courseof this investigation, Zachhad been
identified as a potentialWItneSS and I was contacting him to get his statement.

Once Zachwas contacted, he told me that on April 20, 1999, he arrived at schoolat approximately 7:00 a.m. and he
rode to schoolthat morningwith his friend, KaylaKathol, telephone number303-697-0219. The two had drivento
school that morning in Kayla's Subaru Brat. Oncethey reached the school, they parkedin the junior parking lot in
Zach's assigned parking space, After exiting from Kayla's vehicle, the two of themwalked to the entrance at Rebel
Corner and went inside the high school. I asked Zach if he observed anything out of the ordinary, either in thejunior
or senior parking lot, or if he saw Eric Harris or DylanKlebold, when they first arrived at school at 7:00 a.m. Zach
told me that he did not see Eric that day. Zach further statedit wasn't until later in the morningthat he saw Dylanand
r:: was driving into the parking lot, as Zach and Kayla were leavingschool for lunch.

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I had Zach tell me what his scheduled classes were. Zach said flrst hour he has choir, which is taughtby Mr. Andres,
Sr.; secondperiod he has English, which is taught by Mr. Webb; third period he has Physics, which is taught by Mr.
Cram; and fourth period he has Math, which is taught by Mr. Havens. After Zach was excused from his fourth period
class. he stated he went to his locker, which is locker#698 and is locatedin the Math/Science hallway. While at his
locker, Zach stated he met with Kayla and the two ofthem thenwalked down into the cafeteria, exited the building
through Rehel Comer and walked down into the jumor parking lot. Once at the junior parking lot, Zach stated he and
Kayla got into Kayla's car and proceeded to leaveschool. Zach statedhe believedit was about ll: 15 a.m, when they
were leaving the junior parking lot, when he observedDylan Klebold's black early 80's BMW vehiclepull into the
parking lot. Zach stated Dylan was the only occupant of the vehicle and he remembered Dylan had a baseball cap on,
turned backwards, and he could see Dylan's long scruffy hair Slicking out below the baseballcap. Zach stated after
Dylan's vehicle passed them. he didn't pay any attentionto Dylan and had no idea where he went once he entered into
the junior parking lot.

Kayla and Zach went to Zach's home. Zach explained he was suffering from a cold and he was going home to get
some cold medicine. Zach believeshe arrived at home between 11 :20 and 11:22 a.m., they stayed at Zach's home tor
only aboutten minutes, and then they started to head back to the high school. While in route back to school.Zach told
m \t he saw a police car which was parked in the middleof Pierce,blocking the street. At this time, Zach statedhe
ana Kayla tried to get to school using an alternate route. After being unsuccessful to get back to school, the two of
them went over to the Clement Park area. where they talkedwith other students who had told them what had happened
at the high school.

At thispoint, I verified with Zach that he never observed any gunmen while he was at school and he never heard any
gunshots or explosions as he was leaving the high school that day. 1asked Zacn if he personally knew Eric Harris or
Dylan Klebold and Zach staled he was not friends of theirs and he knew Eric and Dylan were students at the high
school. Zach also stated he had worked at the CooperTheaters located at Ottawa Avenue and Pierce Street and Dylan
apparently worked at a Black Jack Pizza, which is located in that same strip mall, where the theater is located and Zach
had seen Dylan on several occasions.

Aftercompleting the initial interviewas to Zach's observation, I then asked about a web site that Zach had created
shortlv after this incident had occurred. Zach told me that his web site address is www.dim.com/vJohnston, Zach's
alias name used on the web site is Power Slave. I had a coupleof questions in referenceto some of the material Zach
documents on his web site, specificallyon page number4, secondparagraph, third sentence, "I yelledat a girl I knew
and asked her what happened. She said some guys in blackcharged into schoolandjust shot everyone:' I asked ZIlCh
who that girl was and he stated that individual was JenniferCross, telephonenumber 303·932·9042. Zach stated he
contacted her at Clement Park, again, asking her what occurred, and she told him what had happened at school.

In that same paragraph, the sixth sentence, "I remember specifically one little girl from my choir class crying about
hf he saw her friend get shot." Zach was asked if he could providethe identityof that individual and he statedthat

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number, Zach statedBrandy was located near the condos by Racoon Creek, located at Bowles and Pierce. when he
heard Brandyspeaking with an unidentified woman reference to her observations.

The final question I had in referenceto Zach's web site, page number 10,"If you would like to help those effected by
this tragedy, head to my donations section." Zach wasasked if he was accepting donations in reference to this
incident. Zach stated he was not, tellingme that he had an information page on certain groups/organizations that were
accepting donations and informationwhere those donations could be sent. Again, Zach told me that he was not
accepting any donations.

Zach was asked if he had receivedany feedback in reference to his web site. Zach stated he did receivetwo suspicious
e-mails, later tellingme that one of those e-mails was laterforwarded to the JeffersonCounty Sheriffs Officeand the
othere-mail was forwarded to the FBI Office in Denver. I asked Zach ifhe would be able to retrieve those two
e-rnails and he stated he believedhe could. I thenaskedZach if he did retrieve the e-mails, if he could mail them to
me, so we wouldhave copies of those, whichI couldattach to this report.

A: TIONAL INFORMATION;

Copies of the information pertaining to Zach's web site are attached to this supplemental report, FBI Case #4-DN-
57419, DN#2980.

DISPOSITION;

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