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SHAUN LA\VRENCE DOWNEY, DOBI02-09-82


24 Fairway Lane
Columbine Valley, Colorado 80123
(303) 798·2207

INVESTIGATION:

On 6·22·99, I was assigned lead #4207 to interviewShaunDowney, a ColumbineHigh School studenton 4.20·99, whohad Mr.
Bundy's fifth hour Algebra I class,

On 6-23·99, at 1515hours, I contactedthe listed home phone number for Downey, (303) 798-2207, and spoke with a male who
identified himself as Shaun Downey. I told him that I was contacting Columbine High School students reference the Incident
on 4-20-99. He statedthat he bad been present on the schoolthat dayand bad been In Mr. Bundy's fifth period Algebra I class.
I asked Downeywhat the first Indication was to him that something was wrong. He stated that about three to four minutes after
class started he heard a loud bang. About one minute later he heard the fire alarm. He stated the class then began exiting the
classroom. As he entered the ball be heard people yelling to run. Downey stated be walked to the park across the Street. At iliar
location he heard someonesay that someone at the school bad a gun. Downey stated that about ten minutes after arrivingat the
park he heard a couple of"cllnking" sounds and everyone believed that they were being shot at so they all scattered. I asked
Downeywbat he bad seen or heard in the hall. He statedthathe had not seen or heardanything, although it felt unusualand more
differentthan a regular fire alarm. I asked wbat directionhe Went after he exited the classroom and entered the hall. He Slated
that he turned right and then turned right again and out thedoors, Downeystated that once you exit those doors you're looking
directlyat Pierce Street I asked Downeywho was sitting near him In the classroom and he stated that he didn't know. I asked
Downeyif he had been into or throughthe cafeteria or lowercommons area during the day. He Slated during fourth period class
he walkedthrough that location with Cory Depooter. I askedhim if be noticed anything unusual at that time. and he slated he

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did not. He stated there were the normal people there. I asked him if he noticed any unusual bags or backpacks and he Slated
he did nor, I asked him if he knew eitherDylan Klebold or Eric Harris and he staledbe did not I asked him if these were people
he recognized. and he stated be did, but had not seen them on 4-20-99.

I asked him if there was anything he had either heard or seen, prior to or since the incident, which he believed might help Us.
He stated that his friend, AustinEubanks,and hlmselfhad been talking. He Slated they were discussing the fact that the Rebel
News Network. something that Klebold and Harris both worked on frequently, seemedunusual on 4-20·99. I asked him what
he meant. He statedthere was a big 4:20 on the screenand the screen itselfwould shake. Downey stated that other than that he
bad no further information.

DISPOSITION: Open, pending further investigation.

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S1!PPLEMENT HOMICIDE 99-7625 REKER

Interview with Domooic Duran


1090W. Walker Ave.
Llttleron Colo. 1lO231
303-919-3388

On 8-18-99 Inv, Rekerdid com Duran viaphone aild Duran SlaU!S tllat be wasinllllllh classon
4-20-99 and the tire alarm went off andthe entire class then evacuated lbebuilding via the eastentrance
and then wear to Leawood park,
Duran states that be did hearexplosions but did notseeanything and did notsee any gunman.
The interview was tetmInated at thisnme,

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Colorado State Patrol
Investigative Services Section

Columbine High School Incident

Date of Report:-"O",5i,;!O~3l.21929:..- _ Control Number: DN2005

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Mike Jeffries/ Perry Powell --.. "" r\. \" ~ ":C'\.' l70S I

Interviewed Marla on O~f29t99 at her home. 724.4 S

She jcined TC~.1: at the beginning cfthe school year in 19'97


)1.1:)[ hug \JLIl Jwin~ ecbocl DiJ nOl hang; out aftcl school
Did Y.l10'".Y Dvlan He j,s!~ her to this years prom. but she :.11re.1dy had a date Would b:lve went if she did not n1f~dy
have a date
Did notknow Eric
Dylan and Perry were not excepted into the group last year. but did dress like ihcm
When I was in math class I was ,old about the shooting ond heard ShOIS and 'old tc !ca~. e As! left the room and
turned to am La rigju. I Icckedlell and saw sumeooe dressed black wearing a trench ",':J,,:; .u'~' holding 11 weapon
(do not knew what kind) I thought it was ~J was later told! "vas wrong b~ ouier ::'..,";e"l$ and told it
was Dylan. 'hey look alike
Dylan best friend was Jock (unknown last namej
Group JUs, fell aport after 105t year. This IS when Eric, Perry and Dylan got into lhe group.
Group picture in yearbook are not all TCM members. some were notpictured
Said as a group they played cards at tuncn lime and talked about swordsand knifes. Never saw any of the group
with a SWQrd
lack HecklerIVaS best friends wiln Dvtan
Was with Zack and Dylan the weeke;d beforeprom. nothing WlIS said about what happened ut school on 'he 20'"
Robyn Anderson "as Dylan's dale for tho prom She is a good girl
If she had to guess Wl10 would do something like this she would say_ _
No one ill the TeM lust year did any dope
Last year the group used to got some where in the mountains to drink. but she never went with them
Devon Adams is the ex-girlfriend of Dvlnu

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FEILER, ZACHARY

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INFORMA TION CONTROL
Control Number: DN4323
Case 10: 174A-DN-57419
Priority: PRIORITY Classification: UNCLASSIFIED Method of Contact
Source: WEBB, R. OlnPerson o Telephone/Radio
Affiliation: JCSO @ Observation OWrltlan

Phone Number: (303) 271-5605 Information Received Date: 06107/1999 Time: 12'00 PM
Prepared by: WEBB, RICHARD I&I/JEFCO SO
(ComponentJAgency)
Event Narrative: ZACHARY JOHN FEILER, 932-0186, STUDENT 5TH HOUR INT MATH I (TANK)

Event Date: Event Time: References:


Categories: iNTERVIEW STUDENT· CHS

,) Event Reviewed by: KE Lead Required? YES

Lead Control Number: 01'14323

Lead: INTERVIEW ZACHARY JOHN FEILER

Assigned To: ERZEN, LARRY Oate: 06130/1999 Time: 11:09 AM

Disposition: ZACHARY FEILER WAS IN MR TANK'S 5TH HOUR CLASS, CLASS WAS
ORDERED OUT OF THE SCHOOL BY MR TANK THEY RAN TO LEAWOOD
PARK DIDN'T SEE ANY GUNMEN, HEARD GUNSHOTS OR EXPLOSIONS
ONCE THEY GOT TO PARK NO FURTHER INFO TO PASS ON, SEE 4319 FOR
REPORT,

Lead Reviewed by: SL Lead Completed? b2l Date: 07121/1999

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FISHER, BENJAMIN

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CASE NUMBER 99-7625
SUPPLEMENT REPORT
REPORTING AGEBCY; JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
REPORTING OFFICER: S.K. WYGANT 1001 frJ
DATE OF THIS REPORT: 083099
CASESTATUS: OPEN

WITNESS INFORMATION

CONTROL NUMBER 5026


BENJAMIN FlSC}ffiR DOB 082383
6664 W. HAMlLTON DRIVE
LAKEWOOD, COLORADO 80227
PHONE 3030984 9363
STUDENT: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL

INVESTIGATION

On 083099, I telephonically interviewed Benjamin Fisher, a student at


Columbine High School. Benjamin told me that he never heard that
~omrnitted the shooting or the bombing at CHS on 042099. Benjamin
~at he had a "Gut instinct", that it w a s . Benjamin told me that he
had nothing to back up his statement, it was Just a thought he had.

DISPOSlTlON: CASE OPEN


FLEMING, TARAN

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Control Number: DN4324
Case 10: 174A·DN·57419
Priority: PRIORITY Classification: UNCLASSIFIED Method of Contact
Source: WEBB,R () in PIttSOn 0 reJeptltmeJRadkt
Affiliation: JCSO ~I ObHrYatIon 0 Written

Phone Number: (303) 271·5605 Information Received Date: 0610711999 Time: 12:00 PM
Prepared by: WEBB, RICHARD 1&lIJEFCO SO
(CompetmmtlAgency)
Event Narrative: TARAN LEE FLEMING, 933-0828, STUDENT 5TH HOUR INT MATH I (TANK)

Event Date: Event Time: References:


Categorles: INTERVIEW STUDENT· CHS

Event Reviewed by: KE I.ead Required? YES

L.eed Control Number: DN4324


Lead: INTERVIEWTARAN LEE FLEMING

Assigned To: ERZEN, LARRY Date: 0613011999 Time: 11:10AM

Disposition: TARAN FLEMING WAS IN MR. TANK'S 5TH HOUR CLASS. CLASS WAS
ORDERED OUT BY MR. TANK. THEY RAN TO LEAWOOD PARK DIDN'T SEE
ANY GUNMEN HEARD GUNSHOTSOR EXPLOSIONS ONCE THEY GOT TO
PARK NO FURTHER INFO TO PASSON. SEE 4319 FOR REPORT.

Lead Reviewed by: SL Lead Completed? ~ Date: 07121/1999

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WITNESSES:

TRISTA FOGARTY, DOB/10-II·S3


6236 West Roxbury Place
Littleton, Colorado SO 123
(303) 933-6014
Student: Columbine High School

MARS IE MASCIANTONlO
Same as above
Bus: (303) 933-7184

BOB FOGARTY
Unknown address in Las Vegas. Nevada
(702)254-5440, bus: (702) 240·3100

INv"ESTIGAnON:

On 6-15-99, at about 1700 hours.T responded to 6236 WestRoxbury Place to contact and interview Trista Fogarty, who is a
student at Columbine High School, This interview was in reference to the shooting that occurred on 4-20·99 at Columbine High
School.

Upon arrival at the residence of Trista Fogarty, I interviewed herin the presence of her mother, Marsie Masciantonio Trista
Fogarty said that on 4-20-99 she ditched her first hour class at Columbine High School so she couldwork on homework for
another class, Trista saidshe went into the Columbine High School library on 4-20·99, arriving at approximately 0745, Trista
saidshe was inthe library forapproximately ten minutes, Upon my asking her,Trista toldmeshedidnotsee anything unusual.
She did say she saw a suspicious female working atoneof the computers in the library, thatTristasaidmay have possibly been

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give was the way that the female had looked at her in the library. Trista said she left the library after about ten minutes and
proceeded fromthe library, down the stairwayto the cafeteriawhereshe selecteda table nextto the stairway. The table selected.
may have possibly been table "LL" on the Columbine HighSchool cafeteria diagram. Trista said she was with the loBowing
studentswho were at or in the vicinity of table "LL": Kiera O'Dell, Tony Sounderby, Elsa (last name unknown). 50 Baribeau.
Brittney Gillette. Trent Carney, Steve Dixon, and Amanda Hennings. Trista said she remained in the COlumbine High School
cafeteriauntil 0823 on 4-20-99. She said she remembered lookingat the clock in the cafeteriawhen they left, and sayingto one
of'her mends that they only had two minutes to get to their English classroom. Trista said she proceeded to leave the cafeteria
and went up the stairway to the second level of ColumbineHigh School. She said when she got to the top of the stairway she
walkeddown the science and math hallway to her school hallway locker.Trista said this lockernumberis either #587or 5588
She said she then went into her English class with Ms. Abbott,who is her English class teacher. Trista said that it is her job in
this class to turn tbe Rebel News Network (RNN) on for the class. Trista said she remembered the "thought of the day" to be
something to the effect of "You wished you weren't here today," and said it also contained the date of 4-20. Trista described
a patternthat was on the monitor during this announcement, and she describedit as being a Tie-dietype pattern. Trista said she
heardthat Dylan Kleboldandlor Eric Harris had keysto gainaccess to the classroomwhere the "thoughtof the day" is produced.
Tristasaid she next proceededto Mr. Mosier's classin or near the science hall. Tristasaid her next classafter this one wasgym.
She said When she left Mr. Mosier's class she walked downthe hallway, past the Columbine HighSchool library. Trista advised
that at that time she did not see any suspiciouspeople or items that were in the area of the library as she passed by. She then
turnedeastbound onto the main hallwayto go to her gym class. Tristasaid her gym class playedfootball on 4-20-99. Trista said
when she was walking back into the school. she saw SteveCurnow for the last lime. Trista went into the girls locker room, got
dressed. then exited the locker room and walked towardsher school hallway locker. She said while en route to her locker she
stopped to talk to mends ofhers in the hallway and then proceeded on. Trista said she wentto her math class, and while in this
class she said she was sitting next to Tyson Knapke, and said they were closest to the door leading into the hallway. Trista said
suddenlyshe heard the sound ofseveralpeoplerunning in thehallwaysoutsideofher classroom, and said she then heardpeople
screaming. Trista said she heard someone yell something to the effect of. "He has a gun," and Trista said Tyson Knapke exited
the classroom to see what was going on. Hereturned and thentoldthe teacherthateveryone in the classshouldexit the classroom
and run. Trista said at this time she did not knowthe reason for Tyson Knapke telling everybody to run. Trista said about this

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point in time, the fire alarm went off inside the high school.Trista said she heardnoises that sounded like firecrackers going off
and said she ran out of ColumbineHigh Schoolthroughthe east doors,acrosssouth PierceStreet and into Leawood Park. Trista
said she still did not know what was taking place. Whilerunningaway fromtltehighschool,she did not knowaboutthe shooting
incident until she arrived in Leawood Park.Tristasaid that shewas one of the first students to get out of Columbine High School
on 4-20-99. She said while she was at the gazeboat Leawood Park.about 20 minutesafter arriving. she heard approximately 30
gunshotsthat she said were being shot in short bursts.Trista said she could hear soots ricochetingoff of the gazebo. Tristasaid
these shots beganjust as she had turned her back to Columbine High School to talk to a friend and to get something from this
friend, who had beenstanding behind her. Trista said she did not see anyoneoutsideof Columbine High School, nordid she see
anyoneinside theschool throughthe windows or the door windows shooting, or whomay have possiblybeen the shooters. Trista
said she also heard four to five explosions during this time frame and said to her it sounded like they were being detonated on
the other side of theschool (west side), possiblyoutside of the cafeteria. Trista said she ran from Leawood Park. afterjumping
over a fence. and then went to Eric Long's house, who apparently lives in the neighborhood near Columbine HighSchool. She
said while running, she continuedto hear "booms."Trista saida shorttime later she went to Chad's house (unknownlast name,
addressor phone number)and went inside. She said they locked all the doors to the house due to the fact thatshe had heardthere
wasa suspect somewhere outsideofColumbine High School in the surrounding neighborhoods that was shooting people. It was
unknown where Trista received this mformanon,

I showed Trista Fogarty the photographs of the duffle bag and propane tank that were later recovered in the Columbine High
Schoolcafeteria.Trista said she did not see either of these itemseitherprior to or duringthe incident. Trista said she did not see
anyonecarrying either item or any items that may have resembled one ofthese items, either prior to or during the incident. on
4-20-99.

I askedTrista Fogartywhat she knew about the"Trench CoatMafia" and/orthe "TrenchCoat Mafia" students. Trista said when
she first began attending ColumbineHigh Schoolher friends advisedher to avoidthe "Trench Coat Mafia" students. Trista said
she was told the reason to avoid the "Trench Coat Mafia" was that they were "satanic",that they used drugs together, and "they
all have sex together." Trista could not elaborate further on the information she had received about the "Trench Coat Mafia"
having sex together, but said she did not believe it meant that Dylan Klebcld and Eric Harris were having a homosexual

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TristaFogarty said that a friend of hers by the name of Leanne Clark was in the cafeteria on 4-20-99 whenthe shooting started.
Trista said Clark told her that she saw who did the shooting in the cafeteria, and said that Clark identifled_ _as a
gunman. Tristasaid she is afraid o f _ a n d saidwhen shereturned to her school classes at Chatfield High School after
the shooting incident, shes a , , - at Chatfield HighSchool and Tristasaidshe "freakedoui." Tristasaid the"Trench
Coat Mafia" students have scared her sinceshe sawthem, and saidshe bumped into one of them in the hallway of Columbine
HighSchool on 4-20-99. at approximately 0920 hours, outside of her English class. Tristasaidshe pulled backand away quickly
from this "Trench Coat Mafia" student. however. she saidshe didnot knowwhatthis student's name was.

TristaFogarty said a personshe knows only as "Scan" said thaton 4-20..99 he saw Eric Harrisgo through the custodian's roof
access at Columbine HighSchool and mengo out ontothe roofof the school. Tristasaid Scott's last name is unknown, butsaid
he is a sophomore at Columbine HighSchool.

Trista Fogarty said that she believedNicole Markham is or was ChrisMorris' girlfriend. Trista said a female by the name of
Jamie Thurman associates with BrooksBrown andgoesover to Brooks Brown's house. She said that Jennie Neffy goes along
withJamie Thurman to Brooks Brown's house because Jennie Neffy "has a crush"on Brooks Brown'sbrother, IanBrown. Trista
was notpositive of Brooks Brown's brother name, however, shebelieved it was Ian.Trista saidthatJamie Thurman toldher that
Brooks Brown "is a nice guy."

ADDITIONAL INFOR<.'\1AnON:

Trista Fogarty told me that she fullybelieves that there were more than four people involved In the incident on 4-20-99. Trista
said that mostofthe peoplethat she hastalked to believe mere were morethantwo shooters andsaid that friends of hers believe
that ~ay have been one of the shooters involved on 4-20-99.

Trista Fogarty advised me that since the incident on 4-20-99 at Columbine High School she has had trouble dealing with the

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Source: WEBB, R. o In Person 0 Telephone/Radio
Affiliation: JCSO @ Oblorveuon 0 Wrltlen

Phone Number: (303) 271-5605 Information Received Date: 06/07/1999 Time: 12:00 PM
Prepared by: WEBB, RICHARD i&I/JEFCO SO
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Event Narrative: JACOB RAYFULLER, 933-3929, STUDENT, 5TH HOUR INTMATH I (TANK)

Event Date: Event Time: References:


Categories: INTERVIEW STUDENT· CHS

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Leed Control Number: DN4326


Lead: INTERVIEW JACOB RAY FULLER

Assigned To: ERZEN, LARRY Date: 0613011999 Time: 11:11 AM

Disposition: JACOB RAYFULLER WAS IN MR. TANK'S 5TH HOUR CLASS. CLASS WAS
ORDERED OUT OF SCHOOL BY MR. TANK. THEY RAN TO LEAWOOD PARK.
DIDN'T SEEANYGUNMEN. HEARD GUNSHOTS OR EXPLOSIONS ONCE
THEYGOTTO THE PARK. NO FURTHER INFO TO PASS ON. SEE 4319 FOR
REPORT.

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SARAH JAYNE GREEN, DOB/01-15-83


5474 South Hoyt Street
Littleron, Colorado 80123
(303) 904-1$08

INVESTIGATION:

On 6-22-99. I was assigned.lead #4208 to interview Sarah Green, a Columbine High School student on 4-20-99, who Was
assigned Mr. Bundy's fifth hour Algebra I class.

On 6-24-99.at about 1100hours, I receiveda call from a female identifYing herself as Sarah Green, I bad previously exchanged
phone messageswith Green, after leavinga message at her listedhomephone number of(303) 904-1508. I told Green that I was
contacting Columbine High School srudents reference the incident on 4-20-99. She stated she had been at the school and had
been in Mr. Bundy's class. l told ber my understanding was the classstarted at 1115 and asked her what the firsr indicationwas
that something was wrong. She stated that about five to six minutes after class started they were taking a test when she heard a
big bang. She stated that she looked towards the classroomdoor, which was closed. and could see kids running through the
windowin the door. She stated that !lextCoach Ortiz came into the room and yelled. "Run, get out ofthe school as fast as you
can." Green stated that once they left the classroom they turned right in the hall, left in another hall, and right in anotherhall,
going Out a door which facesPierce Street. I asked bet wbat she heardor saw once she got ~ the hallway. She stated that she
could hear people screaming. She stated that after goingoutsidetheywent immediately past Pierce Street, into the park, near the
fence. She stated after a couple of minuees people were yellingto get hack.She stated that they moved fartiler into the park. She
heard unknown girls sayingthat Mr. SlIlIders had been shot. After theymoved intothe tree area. she heard three to four gunshots,
which she believed to be outside, as she believed them to be too loud to be inside. She described them as being "pops." She
Slated she felt as if the gunfire was coming in their directionand she and the other kids began running into the neighborhoods.

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I asked Green if at any point during the dayshe bad been intothe cafeteria or commons area. She stated that in the moming she
and her sister. LauraGreen.arrive at school together. She stated thaton 4-20-99 they arrived at about 0710 hoursand went to
the cafeteria for a while. I asked her if she bad seen anything UIlusual, andshe stated she bad not 1 asked her if it wascrowded
at that time, and she stated it was not crowded, but there were a few people. 1 asked her if there were any unusual bags or
backpacks, and she stared there were not 1 asked her if she knew either DylanKlebold or Eric Harris. She stated shedid not
knowthem. although she bed seenthem. I askedher if she bed seen them at anypointduring the dayon 4-20-99. and she stated
she bad not,

I askedGreen if she could recall who she was sittingwith in the classroom prior to this incident She stated that Brian Deidel
was in front of her, Elyssa Mostwas also in frontof her. She stated they bed reeendy changed seats. as they do every three weeks.
and shecould not recall whoelse was sitting near her. I asked her if there was anything she had eitherseenor heard, either prior
or since the incident, whichshe thought might be of assistance to us. She statedtherewas not

DIsPOsmON; Open, pendingfurtherinvestigation.

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Event Narrative: LINDSAY GREER, 948-8846, STUDENT 5TH HOUR INT MATH I (TANK)

Event Date: Event Time: References:


Categorlell: INTE!WlEW STUDENT· CHS

IJ Event Reviewed bY: KE Lead Required? YES

Lead Control Number: DN432.7


Lead: INTERVlEWLiNOSAY GREER

Assigned To: ERZEN, LARRY Date: 06/30/1999 Time: 11:12 AM

Disposition: LINDSAY GREER WAS IN MR. TANK'S 5TH HOUR CLASS. CLASS WAS
ORDERED OUTOFTHE SCHOOL BYMR TANK. THEY RAN TO LEAVVOOO
PARK. DIDN'T SEEANY GUNMEN. IT WASN'T UNTIL THEY GOTTO THE PARK
THATTHEY HEARD GUNSHOTS OR EXPLOSIONS. NO FURTHER iNFOTO
PASS ON. SEE 4319 FOR REPORT.

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303·756-8724

INVESTIGATIQN:

On 06·22·99, I was assigned Lead #4209, to interviewNathan Grengs, a Columbine High School stUdent on 04·20·99, who was
assigned Mr. Bundy's fifth hour Algebra I class.

After several attempts to reach Grengs,on 06·29·99, at 1652hours,I was able to contact him at the listed home phone number.
303·756·8724. [told Grengsthat I was contactingColumbine High School smdentsreference the incident at the school on 04-
20·99. I asked him ifbe was at school. He stated that he was and was in attendance of Mr. Bundy's fifth hour class. I told him
my understanding wasthat fifth hour started at l l l S, I askedhim whatthe first indication was to him that somethingwas wrong
He statedthey weretakinga math quiz and il had been ten minutes or so since class started, when Coach Ortiz came in. yelling
at them to get out of the school He stated immediately after that. the tire alarm went off. Grengs stated that he thoughtit was

normal. He statedas he exitedthe classroom,he turned rightin the ball, to the end ofthe hall, turning left into thaIhall and right
out the main hall and out of the building. He stated that once in the halls he could tell that it was more serious and heard talk
of guns. although nothing specific. I asked him if he bad seen anything in the balls. He s:ared that there was more of a hurry
than normaland the teachers seemed much more intent on getting themout of the school Grengs stated that outside they Went
across Pierce Street to LeawoodPark. He stated after ten minutesofbeing in Leawood Park. he heard what he believed to be
an explosion inside the school and then heard some gunshotswhich sounded as if they were outside. He stated the gunshots
sounded as if they were comingfrom the teacher or main emrance, I asked him if he could tell what direction they were pointed
toward and he stated he could not, but that everyone began running.
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come up from Spanish class on the lower level, whicll is his fourthperiod class. He stated that he truly didn't pay attention to
the cafeteria, although nothing seemed abnormal.

I asked Grengs if he knew either Dylan Klebold or Ern: Harris and be stated he did not, r asked him if they were anyone he
recognized from the hall He stated be did not

I asked Grengs whom he had been sittingwith in Mr.Bundy's class. He stated there was someone named Chris in from ofbim
Hannah Cainwas to his left. He stated there was no one to his right He Staled in the row he was sitting in was Carl Ashton, Zach
"Ziccardi and Chris (unknown last name). He stated that Kristen Doherty was sitting behind Cain.

skedGrengs if there was anything be had either heard or seen. either prior to or since the incident, which he thought might
be of assistance to us. He stated there was not.

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ESTIIER MARJE HARRIS, OOBI02-27-84


3165 South Quay Court
Littleton, Colorado 80128
(303) 932-7823
Student: Columbine High School

GLORIA HARRlS
Sameas above
Bus: LGC Management
5200 SouthBroadway
Englewood, Colorado 80120
(303) 789-6728

COLBERT HARRlS
Sameas above
Bus: Bun Buick
5850 SouthBroadway
Littleton. Colorado 80!21
(303) 794-5390

lNYESTIGATION:

On 7-27-99, at approximately 1700hours, I responded to 8165 South QuayCourtto contact and interviewEsther Marie Hams,
who is a Columbine High School student. This interview was in referenceto the shootingthat occurred at ColumbineHigh
School on 4-20-99.

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Upon arrival, I contacted Esther Harris and her mother, Gloria Harris. who was present during the interview. Esther Harris told
me on 4-20-99, she arrived at Columbine High Schoo! for her scheduled classes for that day. Esther said she arrived just in
time to get to her locker, which is just around the corner from the library, and down the main hallway Onthe upper level of the
school, and then go to her first hour English class that started at 0730 hours. Esther said she did not remember anything being
out of the ordinary while she was walking to her classes on 4-20-99. Esther said after her first hour English class. she went
to her second hour science class, which is on the upper level of the school. She said foe her third hour class, she went to her
Spanish class, located Onthe lower level of Columbine High Scheel. Esther said to get to this Spanish class. she had to walk
down the stairway from the upper level ofthe school to the lower level, the stairway leads into the cafeteria/commons area.
Esther said when she got to the lower level on the stairway, she turned to her left to go to her class. Esther said she therefore
walked along the eastem side ofthe cafeteria/commons area, I showed Esther the photographs ofa duffle bag and the propane
tank that were later recovered in the COlumbine High School cafeteria. She said she did not see either item. nor did she see any
items ofa similar description as those on 4-20·99. Esther said she did not know Whothe Trench Coat Mafia or the Trench Coat
.vlafia students were prior to the shooting, so she therefore did not see any Trench Coat Maria students or associates in the
cafeteria/commons area or any other location in Columbine High School on 4·20-99. Esther said after Spanish class she went
back up the stairway to the upper level of the school and to her gym class, which was a dance combo class. After gym class.
Esther said she went to her fifth hour geometry class on the upper level of Columbine High School. Esther said after arriving
at her geometry class. the students were checking their homework when she said she suddenly heard people in the hallways
outside ofher classroom screaming and heard people running in the hallways. Esther said she thought all this activity was from
a senior prank. Esther said Mr. Ortiz, who was one ofher teachers, went out ofthe classroom and into the hallway to see what
was taking place. She said her other teacher, Ms. Moore, stayed in the classroom. She said Ms. Moore then exited the
classroom also into the hallways. Esther said Ms. Moore then quickly returned to the classroom saying, "Oh gosh, oh gosh"
while she went to her desk in me classroom to get her keys out. so she would be able to lock the classroom doors between the
classroom and the hallways. Esther said Mr.Ortiz returned to the classroom after being gone a few minutes, and entered before
Ms. Moore could get the doors locked. Esther said when Mr. Ortiz returned, be told all the students in the classroom to run,
possibly telling them to run outside and away from the school, however, Esther could not remember for sure. She said she ran
out ofthe classroom into the hallway, where she saw several students running. Esther said she then ran out ofColumbine High

School through the east side doors that are located south of me main schocl doors and the Columbine High School

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administrative offices. Esther said after she had exitedtheschool,she ran eastboundfromthe school, across SouthPierceStreet
and into LeawoodPark. Esther said up to that point she had not heard any explosions or gunshots and did not know what was
takingplace. She said while she was in LeawoodPark, she heardtwo to three either gunshotsor explosions,but did not know
which. Esther said she did not see any smoke, nor did she see anybody with a firearm or explosive device at any time during
the incident on 4-20-99. Esther said she was in LeawoodPark tor an estimated 20 to 30 mmutes when she heard two to three
shots or explosions and she. along with other students, believe the gunshotsmay have been discharged toward the srudems in
LeawoodPark so she ran with friends of hers by the name of SarahGreen,Anna Taylor, and Allison Reardon. She said thev
ran to Eric Long's house, which hacks up to Leawood Park. Esther said Eric Long's mother then took them to Leawood
Elementary School. where she eventually met with her mother. Gloria Harris.

Esther Harris said that prior to the shooting at Columbine High School on 4-20-99, she did not know who the Trench Coat
Mafia or any of the Trench Coat Mafia students were. She said she knew the name only of Eric Hams because they had the
.ameinitials and this caused her to haveto changeher computerpasswordat ColumbineHigh Schoolfor her keyboarding class
during the first semester of 1999.

EstherHarris said she knew who Isaiah Shoels was and told me that everybodyliked him. She said she never saw any racial
harassment or racial intimidation directed towardsIsaiah Shoels, Shesaid she never saw any racial harassment or intimidation
directed towards any of the Columbine High School's minority students.

EstherHarris said she has not heard about anybodyother than Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris who may have been involved in
the shootingon 4-20-99 at Columbine High School. Esther said she does not know of anybody,nor has she heard any rumors
of anybody, who may be manufacturingexplosivedevicesand/or possessingor selling firearms, Esther said shedoes not know
of anybodythat has a double pierced eyebrow. Esther said she does knowwhat the Rebel News Network (fu'lN) is, and what
the "thought of the day" is, however, she did not know what it was for the day of 4-20-99.

Esther Harris said on 4-20-99, when she ran out of'Columbine High School,she left her backpackand contents in her geometry
class. This backpack was described by Esther as a navy blue Jansport with contents. Esther said she has since gotten the

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I asked Esther Harris how she and her familyhave been doingsincethe incident on 4-20-99. Both her and her mother, Gloria.
toldme that there have been someroughtimes, however, they feel they are doingwell at the present time, I gavebothof them
one of mybusiness cards and askedthem to contactme in the future shouldanybody in their familywant to talk with a JCSO
VictimAdvocate, I advised them I would makethe necessary arrangements for them at that time.

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ADDITIONAL WITNESSES;
Jessica Harrison, dobi04-27-83
6376 South Newland Court : .
Littleton.Colorado 80123
j303)730-2598

INVESTIGATION;
On 06-14-99. ! was assignedlead numbers3976 and 3977 to interview Jerilyn and Jonathan Harrison. Columbine High School
students. Upon contacnng the Harrison residence at 6376 South Newland Court, I learned of additional siblings attending
Columbine High School, including Jessica Harrison. I then spoke with Jessica Harrison at the residence On 06-14-99. at about
1410 hours.

J'<~ica Harrison Staled she was at Columbine High School on 04-20-99. She staled she had been in Mr. Bundy's math class
w......lg a quiz. She Stared the class had only been going onforabout five minutes when shebegan hearing popping noises. Jessica
Harrison estimated this was at about 1115 hours. She Stared thedoor of the classroom was shut Jessica Harrison said a minute
or less later. the fire drill went off. and at about tho same time. an unknown male math teacher ran into their classroom. ducking
down and shouting"ron for your life." JessicaHarrison stared she did not know the teacher's name. She described him as being
a white male. in his -lO·s. with black hair, talL medium build. Jessica Harrison stated the teachers were pushing themout of the
school. She stated some students tried to stay behind to ask what was going on, and the teacherspushed them out the door
Jessica Harrison stated she believes the classroom number was MA8, and theywent out the door directly next to that, She stated
theyall went across the street to the park. She stated she was in the park and was worriedfor her brothers and sisterswho attend
the high scnoot. She stated she heardpeople talking about the Trench Coar Mafia shootingat people. and that she did hear 1 few
additional shots. and what she believed to he screaming coming from within the school. Jessica HarrisonSlated she was with
Michelle Shoels, Isaiah Shoels' sister. and that Michelle Shoels was praying for her brother and was concerned about him. I
asked jessica Harrison if she had either heard or seen anything prior to the incident or since the incident that she thought may
be of help. She stared she did not.

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REPORT OF INTEI.I.1GENCl!
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SUBMITTED BY (Name) SUBMI'n'ED BY (Title and OtficSj SUBMITTED BY IOerej

Matthew C. Traver SA/Oenver IX 07/01/99


Rf.V1EWl:D BY (Nama) REVII;WED BY [TFUe and OIIiee) REVllSWEO llY rOatOj

Robin King RAC'/Oer..ve!:' II


APPROVED BY rName) APPROVED BY (TIlle and OIfico) APPROVED BY 10are)

stopher P. Sadowski SAC/Denve:::- I!

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!nter~iews with Terry Havens 5 t b hour Algebra class, per~ainins to 4/20/99.
SYllOPSIS,
Eet~een Q/22/~9 and 7/1/99 the stadents in Ter~ Havens' 5t h hour Algebra elass, and Mr,
Haven were inee~!iewed by phone. The class meets in Math Room 10. The following is a
composite description of what was gleaned erom the interviews with Mr. Haven and his st~
~ hour a cudence
NAIUl.ATM,
1. On 4/20/99, che students were taking a tes~. All the students were present except for
Land:n teBlanc, who sklpped class because of the t~st and was playing video games at
Joe Orr's house LeBlanc who alsQ has 4t h hour free was later noclfled about the
sheeting when contacted by his fathe~, Also, Kristin Kuiken, who had been marked as
absent, was present. She arrived at class about 10 mi~u~es late due to a Marketing
class banquec.
~ Most of the scudents repor~ed hearing a loud noise. bang, or explosion. Mr. Havens
seated that he heard two gunshocs, One studenc F~ Behounek, stated tha~ she did not
recall hearing any noise but was firs~ aler~ed to students running by the classroom
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and yelling
3. The majority of the students report tha~ after hearing the noise, they saw or heard
s~udencs yelling and running by che classroom.
4. At this point some students claim they heard addi~ional explosions or loud noises.
~hile some say it was not uneil after ~he fire alarm went off, that they neard
iditional explosions or gunshots.
Havens got about ~ way to the door to investigate the commotion in the hall. when
.ne fi=e alarm went off, ana instructed all the students to exit the ~uilding.
5 Some studert~s ran, some describe just ~asually walking out of an exit on the eastside
of the building. Mr. Havens stated that he was the last one out of the classroom and

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turned of the light •. He also, '.ent to the cl.... room to the north of his and told them
to get out of the building, By the time he got across Pierce Street to Leawood Park he
did not see any of h~s s~udents.
7. As Mr, Havens crossed the street he saw a girl with a gunshot ~ound to the leg. He
stopped to administer aid. He ended up runninS down the street to get an ambulance for
the injured girl.
6. All the studenes seated that after exiting through an axit on the east side of the
building/ they went across Pierce Street to Leawood Park. The students congregated
around the front part of the park until a point were some thought they heard gunshots
or e~losionsJ or were told by teachers that shots were being fired into the park and
to run, at which time the students scat~ered and ran inte the subdivision around the
p .. rk.
9. Some of the students ~ent to f~iends homes loca~ed nearby, while others ran into
Samaritans' homes, who opened thelr homes to the studencs.
10. At this time most of the studencs made calls to their tamil~es, went home, or went
to Leawood Elemencarj School to try and find friends or meet up with family.
Brenton Hocker claims that while looking ~or his girlfriend, after exiting the
,chool w~th his classmates, he saw a tall, sk~nny guy, dressed in black, come out of
the front entranc~ of the school and heard four shots fired. He claims he was about
~~Oya4ds from the gunman. ~fter he witnessed ~h~s he ran down Fair Street to a home
ned by a law enforcement officer thac he ~ows
12. None of the other students or Mr, Havens reported seeing any gunman, or anyone
lofting or throwing any type of explos~ve dev~~e or bo~b.
13. Mr. Havens stated that after ge4tin9 the first ambulance for the injured girl, he
stayed by another ambulance at Fair and ?~er~e and eventually instruc~ed them on how to
get around to che cafeteria area. Havens stated that he waS evencually told by police
to take all the students co Leawood Elementari Schoal.
14. The only scadenc net interJiewed by SA T=aver was Tern Har=is. Harris ~as in Phoanix
with a baseball team. SA Traver did however talk to his mother. After recouncing the
incident as he understood it from inte~fiews w~ch the other 5~udents and Mr. Havens, to
Mrs. Harris, she stated that ~he events desc=:bec were the same as those descri~ed to
her by her son. She s~ated that Torn had said ~hac once he was at the park, he thought
they were being shot at in the park. He ran to a Samar~tans' house. The woman that
owned the home had all the k~ds whe ran inco her home call their parents. ~om did call
his mother at that time.
15. All of the accoun~s reported by the students were quite similar. Though some
described the first noise heard while taking the tests as an explosion, some as
gunshots or shotgun blasts, or JUSt a loud noise, all ac=o~~ts as to what was seen or
hea~d and the order of occurrence are si~ilar None, ocher than Brenton Hooker, saw any
gunman, or any persons with weapons. Also ~he exit used by this class was not the main
School entrance af ens ease side of Columbine, but was f~rther to the south of that
entrance/exit:

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JC.001· 001445
HAZELWOOD. G.

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Control Number 4123

Interviewing Agent Larry A. Brown, Colorado Bureauof Investigation, 690 Kipling St.,
Suite 4000, Denver, CO, 80215,phone(303) 239-4211

Placeof Interview: Telephonic to 1528 W Briarhollow LN., Highlands Ranch, CO, 80126,
(303) 683·8096

Person Interviewed: Columbine school teacherGretchen HAZELWOOD, 1528 W


Bnarhollow LN, Highlands Ranch, CO, 80126

Ms. HAZELWOOD stated her fifth periodclass began at 11:15 am. and there were
approximately 24 students in the class. HAZELWOOD said student Amanda ARAPKILES
had returned from the restroomand reported that someone had a gun and lots of students
were running in the halls. HAZELWOOD said she initially thought a senior prank was being
performed, When she looked intothe ball and saw the look on the students faces she realized
somethingserious was occurring and orderedher class to leave the buildingjust as the fire
alarms started to sound HAZELWOOD and her studentsexited the school through the doors
that were adjacent to her classroom. HAZELWOOD and her students ran across Pierce street
to Leawood Park. According to HAZELWOOD, the hallway of the school looked hazy as
she was leaving the school. HAZELWOOD stated she did not see the gunmen or hear any of
the shots being fired. HAZELWOOD said her hearing is not very good and she only beard
the soundsof the bombs exploding. HAZELWOOD stated she did not know HARRIS or
KLEBOLD and had not heard any rumors of other peoplebeing involved in the attack.

~. rown, Agent
Colorado Bureau of Investigation
Reference: Control Number 4123

Interviewing Agent: Larry A. Brown, ColoradoBureau of Investigation, 690 Kipling St.,


Suite 4000, Denver, CO, 80215, phone (303) 239-4211

This report is referenced to Control Number4123,

The following students were telephonically contacted and interviewed:


Carly Marie HIEGEL
Vincent M TONEY
Brian Michael TENEYCK
Christine MargaretROBERTS
Paul Thomas CUESTA
April Ruth BORNHOEIT
Lanae Oeann BRADFORD
AllisonRose CARTER
Jessica Marie WATSON

All of the above gave similar accounts of their actions on the April 20,1999, attack on
Columbine High School began, They were all in Ms. HAZELWOOD'S fifth hour class when
student Amanda ARAPKlLES came into the classroom and statedthere was a guy with a gun
in the school and they all neededto get out quickly, Students gave various accounts of
screamingand running by other students in the hallway, The class evacuated the school from
an exit next to the class and ran toward Leawood Park, on the east side of Pierce Street.
None of the students saw the gunmenbut they all heard the sounds of the gunfire and the
explosions from the bombs,

Parents of the following students (students unavailable) were contacted and stated that their
children relatedto them the same set of events:
Elizabeth Lynne KUHN (Mother. Nancy KUHN)
Daniel GREER (Mother- Toby GREER)
Russell S, McPHAIL (Mother - Rhonda NIELSEN)
LindsayMarie ROONEY (Mother - Linda ROONEY
Asia Wyn KESSINGER (Mother· Lynellen KESSINGER)

The following students could not be reachedbut were confirmed by other students to have
evacuated the classroomand ran to Leawood Park,
James Matthew SANCHEZ
Lindsey Ivy BENGE

Additionally, student April BORNHOEIT said she ran in to the hall and waited for about 15
minutes, She said she saw an individual wearing a white shirt and possibly suspenders, He
was standing over a body that was not moving. The distancewas approximately 10-15 feet
He had a small gun but did not raise it towards her or her friend, Christine ROBERTS. The
two then left the school and ran to Leawood Park.

tx'~~
LaITy A Brown, Agent
Colorado Bureauof Investigation
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HECKLER, JOCELYN

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NJ\R.'l.ATIVE

Ref ~ 99-12067 Reported Cate 04/20/1999 Time 12:39:32


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The following supplement will be in reference to Arvada Police


Department CR 99-12067 chat will correspond wlch Jefferson county
Sheriff'. Department CR 99-7625 regarding the columbine High School
shootings/murders that occurred On 04/20/99. IO Detective Jim
Vonderohe i. a member of the task force that was formed to
investigate the Columbine High School shootings and as a result of
this investigation, lead sheets are assigned to task force members.
This supplemental report will be in regards tc lead control #1604
in which a party identified as M6nica Lobser spoke with a Jocelyn
Heckler during a memorial service on 04/25/99. The information
control sheet indicated that Jocelyn Heckler is presently a
Columbine High School 9~udenc and was formerly a s~udent of Monica
Lobser'. when Ms. Lobser taught at Ken Karyl Middle School. During
her conversation with Jocelyn Heck~er an 04/25/99, Jocelyn Heckler
indicated to Monica Lobser that she was a close friend of Oylan
Klebold and had witnessed several changes taking place with him In
the days prior before the incidenc on 04/20/99.

On OS/26/99 10 responded to the Heckler residence, 5880 W.


Quarles Drive in Littleton! Colorado, 80128, and met with Jocelyn
Amanda Heckler, DoB OS/OS/B3. Jocelyn H~ckler advised TO that she
presently is in the tenth grade at Columbine High School and that
their home telephone number is 303-978-0098.

Jocelyn Heckler advised IO that she has known Dylan Klebold


since his freshman year, at which time she would have been in the
seventh grade. She stated that she initially met him through her
brother Za~k Heckler and that Dylan Klebold in fact became a good
friend of the entire Heckler family. She further stated that she
knew who Eric Harris was but never really talked to him.

In discussing the changes that she observed in Dylan Klebold


take place, she seated that the changes began at the beginning of
his junior year, during which time she was a freshman at Columbine
High Scbool. She seated that Dylan Klebold began wearing a black
trench coat but that he never really associated with the Trench
Coat Mafia group. She also stated that Eric Harris normally wore
blue jeans and a white t-shirt and that she saw him hardly ever
wear his trench coat. She stated that she really never knew why
Dylan Klebold began wearing a black trench coat other than he was
becoming a rebel at that time. She sta~ed that she did know that
Dylan Klebold and Zack Heckler, her brother, began believing
somewhat in the principles of anarchy. Jocelyn Heckler stated that
Dylan Klebold then began getting deeply involved in cornpucers and
that he in fact ~ook classes on how to build computers at 'Columbine
High School. She further stated that Dylan Klebold was able to
create his own computer program and that by the end of his Junior
year, he played computer games all the time, She seated that some
of the computer games he played included "Wolfenstein II and the game
"Doom," which he played briefly. She stated chat he then began
laying "Duke Nukem" in which the player shot and blew people up"
She further stated that a person is able to play these video ga~~c

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with other people on the Internet, which is what Dylan Klebold did.
She stated that by his senior year he became very involved with
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the video game known as uQuake" She stated that this game is
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similar to the video 9ame "Duk.e Nukemr< but in f1Quake," people that
the player kills leak me,a like people rather than like mon.ter. in
the other games.

Jocelyn Heckle, advised 10 that Dylan Klebold would telephone


her brother Zack every single night at approximately 2100 hours.
She stated that she per.onally would talk with Dylan Klebold for
approximately five minutes if she answered the phone and then Zack
would talk to him and play video games with him. She stated that
Oylan Klebold never mentioned anything to he, about blowing up the
school or hurting or killing ~eople. She further stated that he
never was into making bo~bs that she ~as aware of. She did state,
however, that she k~ew that even in 1996, that Eric Harris was
deeply involved into making pipe bombs but had no knowledge of
Oylan being involved in such activity. She furthe4 stated that her
brother zack was told by their paren~s for him not to hang around
with Eric Harris because of his bomb making activities during
Octob... 1997.
Jocelyn Hecklex advised IO that she never noticed anything
unusual that really stood out in regards to Dylan Klebold just
prior to the tragic incident occurring at Columbine High School on
04/20/99 She did state, however, that on the night of 04/19/99,
Dvlan Klebcld did not call their residence so he, b,other Zack
telephoned Dylan at approximately 2300 hours. She stated that Zack
ask$d Dylan Klebold if he wanted co pLay the Internet with Dylan
Klebold replying that he was tired, that he did not feel like
talking and just wanted to go to bed. Jocelyn Heckler stated that
this was very unusual for Dylan Klebald to say or do since he and
her brother Zack would stay up until 0100 to Ol30 hours every night
and play the video games over the Internet,
Jocelyn Heckler stated that she was surprised on Tuesday
morning in not seeing Dylan Klebold at Columbine High School
because she always saw him every morni~g around 0930 hours. She
stated chat che two of them would brleEly meet at the bottom of the
s~airs down next to the commons area where they would chit chat for
approximately five minutes, She stated that on the morning of
04/20/99. she waited around but Dylan Klebold never showed up. She
stated that at that point she just a$sumed that he was sick since
he d~d not feel like talking the previous night to her brother.

Jocelyn aeckler stated that on the morning of 04/20/99 at 1120


hours she was in her math class wh~ch is on the second level of the
school and to the rear of the school. She stated that her teacher
Miss Hazelwood was teaching the class, at which time the fire alarm
went off She stated that at approximately 1140 hours, ocher
students were running out of the classroom and do~n the hallway
yelling to each other to run for thei= life Jocelyn Heckler
JC·001.001451
P!RNARR Arvada Police/Court System Page 3
Arvada Police Oepartment 06(03/1999
NARRAT!VE

Ref # H -12067 Reported Oate 04/20/1999 Time 12,39,32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST
DET96 06/02/1999 060199(VONDEROHE/KK

seated that once her fellow students and she got into the hallway,
they could hear the gunshots going off, with her believing that
they were coming from the science halls based upon her estimation
as to where the sounds were originating from. She further stated
that she did not see any of the shooters during this ineident. She
further stated that no one she knows and including herself saw this
tragic incident coming from either Dylan Klebola or Eric Harris.
She stated that it Was a complete shoek to all of them, espacially
her family.

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With Jocelyn Heckler being unable to provide any additional
information regarding this invest igation t the interview with her
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HENDERSON, J.

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LAl:lII:WOOD POLICE D lII: PAR r M B N T
off.". .: MURDER ORO, 99038856
V1aeJ.lIl SCOTT ""t., 05/10/99
_., 11 73 STEFl!'ES, TIMOTHY '*9*1 1 of 2
, •• Age, 1197 GIRSON
SUPPLEMENT

ASSOCIATED CASE REPORT NUMBERS:


Jefferson County Sheriffs C.R.: 99-7625
FBI control number: 174A-DIV-57419
SUBJECT: HENDERSON, Justin John
DOB: 09/07/83
7786 South Depew Street
Littletcn, CO. 80123
PARENT: Rita Henderson
OBSERVATION / INVESTIGATION:
On May 4, 1999 I was assigned to interview Columbine High SchOOl
student Justin Henderson. I contacted Justin and made an appointment to
talk to him on May 10th at 9:00AM. On May 10th at 0900 I went to 7786
South Depew Street and contacted Justin Henderson.
Justin advised that he is in the tenth grade at Columbine, and that he
was in school on April 20th. He continued to say that he had been in the
cafeteria between 8:20AM and 9:20AM on April 20th. Justin advised that he
was sitting at the table identified as "w n • Justin said that he did not
notice anything like a large duffel type bag on the cafeteria floor While
he was there, and neither did he observe anyone carry a duffel bag into the
cafeteria.
Justin stated that he was in math class, located on the main level at
the east end of the school. when the fire alarm went off. He exited the
building by way of the south hall exit and went across South Pierce Street
to the park east of the school. Justin said that when he entered the south
hall way he notice a large amount of smoke at the west end of the hall way
near the library. Justin continued to say that while he was waiting in the
park he heard what sounded like ten shots and a couple of explosions coming
from the school. At this point he was directed to leave the park. Justin
advised that he tool shelter in a house about one and one-half blocks from
the park. He did not known the residents name.
Justin said that he did not see anyone with a gun nor did he see who
was doing the shooting.
Justin advised that he does not known anyone associated with the
Trench Coat Mafia and has had no dealings with them. He continued to say

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Supplement 05/10/99 1173 STEFFES, TIMOTHY
that he does not know either Bric Harris or Dylan Klebold and he has had no
contact with them. Justin further advised that he is not familiar with the
names Harris and Klebold were using on the internet. Justin reported that
he had heard no rumors about impending trouble on April 20th.
Justin could provide no additional information and the interview
concluded at 0930.

_ •., 1173 STEFFES, TIMOTHY >ri..... t 05/10/99 12:09


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UNCLASSIFIED
INFORMATION CONTROL
Control Number: 0 N4329
Case 10: 174A·DN-57419
Priority: PRIORI1Y Classification: UNCLASSIFIED Method Ilf contaet
Source: WEBB, R. o In Person o TelephooelRadlo
Affiliatilln: JCSO @ Obser.tatlon o Written
Phone Number: (303)271-5605 Information Received Date: 06107/1999 Time: 12:00 PM
Prepared by: WEBB, RICHARD 1&IIJEFCO SO
(Component/Agency)
Event Narrative: ANNA M HIGH, 933-1261, STUDENT, 5TH HOUR INT MATH I (TANK)

Event Date: Event Time: References:


Categories: INTERVIEW STUDENT· CHS

") Event Reviewed by; KE Lead Required? YES

Lead Contrill Number: DN4329


Lead: INTERVIEW ANNA M. HIGH

Assigned To: ERZEN,LARRY Date: 0513011999 Time: 11.13AM


----------------------------------------
Disposition: ANNA HIGH WAS INMR.TANK:S 5TH HOUR CLASS CLASS WAS ORDERED
OUTOF THE SCHOOL BY MR. TANK THEY RAN OVER TO LEAWOOD PARK.
DIDN'T SEE ANYGUNMEN, HEARD GUNSHOTS OR EXPLOSIONS ONCE
THEY GOTTO PARK. HAD NOADDITIONAL INFORMATION TO PASS ON, SEE
4319 FOR REPORT.

Lead Reviewed by: SL Lead Completed? I>!I Date: 0712111999

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Primed on 712111999 at 9:22 AM UNCLASSIFIED Page1
HOOKER, BRENTON
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INYESTIGATION:

On 10·[1·99. between the hours of 1235 and 1250, I had an opportunity to re-interview Brenton Hooker, D08107-10-82
Brenton bad originally reported in a previous interview, Control Number 2146, that heobserved a gunman in Columbine High
school on 04-10-99 and he had identified that gunman as bein~Upon contacting Brenton. he stated that he made
a mistake in his identification o~ telling me that he had spoke wit~father who told him that he
'was not Columbine High School on the incident date, that he was at home with his parents. Brenton stated that he, in fact,
believes that the individual he saw was Dylan Klebold, at which time I showed him still photographs numbers 44. 47,52. and
53, those photos were recovered from the videotape taken of the cafeteria on the incident date. Once Brenton was shown the
photographs, he immediately identified Dylan Klebcld as being the shooter he saw at Columbine High School.

Brenton was provided a business card and instructed if he had any additional information to contact me.

ADDITIONAL INFOR,'\{ATlON; F8lCase Number: 4·DN·574 19. DN 5074.

DISPOSITION, Case open, pending further investigation.

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Cbnnecling Case ~1Xlrt No. Vi«im !'Ierne Origj:nai ~ Date This Report
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WITNESSES:

GREG MICHAEL ITALIANO, DOB/03-31-83


6985 West Polk Avenue
Littleton, Colorado 80 t 23
(03) 979-5795
Student: Columbine High School

LEILANI ITALIANO
Same as above

Pager: (303) 609-7666

"REG ITALIANO
Same as above
Bus: Environmental Control Systems
1270 South Lipan Street
Denver, Colorado 80216
(303)744-2188/ pager: (303) 599-1240

INVESTIGATION:

On 7-13-99, at about 1300 hours, I contactedwitness Greg Italiano by phone. Gregis a student at Colurnbine HighSchool and
this interviewwas in referenceto the shootingat Columbine HighSchool on 4-20-99.

Greg Italiano told me that on 4-20-99, he arrived at Columbine High School at approximately 0700 hours for his scheduled
classes, Greg said that between0700 and 0730, when his firstclassbegins, he was in the commons/cafeteria area with. friend
'f his by the name of Bo LOCkWOod. Greg told me that he and So were sitting at a table that is located in the commons area

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directly across from the «Rebel Corner." Greg said that he was sitting at this table facing the «Rebel Corner," which would be
looking in an easterly direction. Greg said that Bo Lockwoodwas sitting at the table facing toward the interior of the cafeteria.
whichwould he in a northern direction from the table. I askedGreg ifhe recalledseeing any duffle bags or a propanetanksimilar
to those itemsthat were later recovered in the Columbine High Schoolcafeteria. Greg said that he did not see either item either
prior to, during, or since the shooting On 4-20-99. I asked Greg if he recalled seeing any of the "Trench Coat Mafia" students
in the cafeteria or common. area of Columbine High School on 4·20-99, and he said he did not see any of them on that date

Greg Italiano said that this first hourclass on 4-20-99 IS a woodshop class that beganat 0730 hours. Greg said that this classroom
is on the upper level of Columbine HighSchool. near the front maindoors and the administrative offices. He said after his first
hour class, he went to his second hourclass. which began at approximately 0820. This class is a computer creativity class and
is located on the lower levelof Columbine HighSchool, Gregsaid that after his creativecomputerclass, he went to his thirdhour
class that began at 0920. This is an English class and is locatedon the upper level of Columbine High School. Greg said after
his English class he went to his jewelry class that began at approximately 1020 hours and is located on the upper level of
Columbine High School.Greg said his fifth hour class began at approximately 1110 and is a geometryclass that is locatedin the
math area at the east end of Columbine High School on the upper level. Greg said the teachers for this class are Ms. Mooreand
Mr. Ortiz.

Greg Italiano said that shortly after getting into his geometry class On 4-20-99, at approximately 1115 hours, he heard what he
describedas three to four gunshotsand then screamingin the hallwayoutsideofhis classroom. Greg said after this he heardtwo
more gunshotsand more screams in the hallway. It is unknownwhere these gunshotswere coming from at that time. Greg said
the screaming. however, was coming from the hallway outside of his geometry class. Greg said that Mr Ortiz exited the
classroominto the hallways to see what was going on, while Ms. Moore was trying to lock the classroom doors. Greg said Mr.
Ortiz was gone approximately one minuteand he thencame back intothe classroomand told the studentsto get out of the school.
Greg said the students did not know why, nor did they know what was taking place at this time. Greg said that he exited the
geometry classroomjust as the fire alarm went off in the school. Greg said that he ran out of Columbine High School through
a dear on the east side of Columbine High School,just south of the main entrance/administrativeoffices. Greg said this door
exits onto a stairway on the exterior side of the school. Greg said when he exited the school, he went down the stairs and ran

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eastbound, across southPierce Street and intoLeawood Park. Gregsaid he was in LeawoodParkfor approximately 30 minutes
and then someone told him that a gunmenhad exited Columbine High Schooland had a firearm, Greg said while he was in
Leawood Park,he also heard two explosionsthat sounded liketheywere comingfrom inside ofColumbine High School andin
the samearea as the commons/cafeteria, Greg saidthat whenhe heard a gunmen had exitedthe school and had a firearm. heran
out of LeawoodPark into the Leawoodarea, where he wentto a house of an unknownperson, who let him and other students
intothair house. Greg said at no time duringthe incidenr on 4-20-99 didhe see any of mesuspectsand/oranyonewith a firearm
that was Involved in this incident.

I askedGreg Italiano If he had any information in reference to the "Trench Coat Mafia" or the "Trench Coal Mafia" students,
and in particularDylan Klebold and Eric Harris. Gregsaid that he did not knoweither Dylan KJebold or EricHarris priorto the
shootingon 4-20-99. Greg said that other than thetype of clothing mal the"Trench Coat Mafia" studentsare known 10 wear, he
1id not knowanything about them. I askedhim if he hasheardanything aboutany other suspects who mayhave been involved
eitherprior to, during, or since the shootingon 4-20-99. Gregsaid mat the only thing he's heard was that a male"TrenchCoat
Mafia" studenthad turned himself into Jeso. Greg said he did not know this person's name, however, he describedhim as a
white male.approximately 6' tall. thin build. 150to 200pounds, with dark hair, and wore a dark colored trenchcoat that hung
pastthe knees and was possibly made out of leather. Gregsaidthis person also wore dark colored pants,dark shoes, anda black
baseball cap with a red bill that this subject wore backwards, Gregsaid that he has not seen this male subject since Halloween
of 1998, aod said he remembers him from Halloween dueto the fact that thismalepainted his face to look like"Marilyn Manson"
for Halloween 1998. Greg said this was the last time that he saw this subject.

Greg Italiano told me that he has not heardof anybody. norhas he heardrumorof anybodywhomay he manufacturing explosive
devices and/orpossessing or selling firearms. Greg said that he does not know anybody with a double pierced eyebrow. Greg
also said that he knows what the "thoughtof the day" is that Is broadcasted over the Rebel News Network (RNN), however, he
did not know what the thought of the day was on 4-20-99.

Greg Italiano advised me that since the incident on 4-20-99 he has been doing well dealing with the incident. Greg said his
'amily is also doing well, I gave him my name and phone number and askedhim to contact me Inthe future ifhe Or any of his

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family members want to speakwith a leSO Victim Advocate. I told him [ wouldmake the necessary arrangements forthemat
that time.

DISPOSITION: Case remainsopen, pending further investigation.

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JONES, J.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUPPLEMeNTAL REPORT

!lefenaant: (Columbine shooting) Docket Number: 99.1\062 (EE)


!late: 051399 Case Number: 99-7625
Deputy D. A. : Investigator: Mike Heylin

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WITNESS:

Jason Jones DOB: 012883


10727 W. Roxbury Ave.
Littleton, CO 80127
303-973-0728
c/o mother; sheryl Jones (w) 303-982-4766
father; Richard Jones (w) 303-982-5540
-CHS student; was walking in from the junior parking lot through
south canopy entrance just prior to shooting; was in math class when
shooting started; ran out of school via east door from math hall;
saw unknown female student wounded in lower left leg and thought
that occurred in street by Leawood Park; heard ur~own students say
that a suspect was on the roof of the school, heard unknown students
saying that they saw a suspect in the main hallway with a whi te
t -shirt, black vest and a ball cap on backwards; did not see any
suspects or duffle bags; knew that student Dustin Gordon was a good
friend of Nate Dykeman

INVESTIGJI.TION:

On May 12, 1999 at 1901 hours I contacted Jason Jones at his home
for an interview. His parents were present. Jason then told me the
following:

1
.. He is a sophomore at Columbine High. His brother Landon also
attends Columbine but was off campus fer lunch when the shooting
occurred.

When asked about Eric Harris, he said he did not know him or
the name.

.. When asked about Dylan Klebold, he said that he has seen Dyla..'l
in the hallways of school at times but did not know his name. He
learned the name after seeing the news accounts of the shooting. He
said that Dylan would wear a black trench coat, black pants, black
military boots, black backpack, and wore a black ball cap. He used
to see Dylan last semester as he was coming out of his history class.

-
• When asked, he did not know or~

.. When asked about


class last semester. He said that _was
he said that " w a s in his gym
a normal student who did
not hang out with anyone at the beginning of the year. He said it
was around November last year that he started hanging around other
trench coat students. He said that - . , o u l d wear a trench coat
but would not have on all the other da~othing with it.
He would also see _ walking to a black BMW for lunch our last
semester.

• He thought there were about 9 to 10 students in the trench coat


group. Last semester he used to see a few of the trench coat
students in the cafeteria playing "magic cards. n Referring to the
diagram, he said that they would play with those cards at table WW
by the west door and the pop machines. He thought the "magic cards"
were cards about the devil and about power.

• He then said that a student named Dustin was a best friend of


..........., He could not remember Dustin's last name but showed
me a newspaper photograph of him. The photograph was fram the April
21, 1999 edition af the Denver Rocky Mountain News on paqe 12A. ~he

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photo showed a male student sitting on the ground crying with ill

10lice officer standing nearby. The student was wearing a dark ball
cap on backwards, a white t-shirt, and light colored military
fatigue pants. He said that the student named Dustin wore those.
pants often but did not dress like. the trench coat students. Upon
locking at a class photograph and a year old yearbook, he identified
the student as nus'tin Gordon.

* He did not know the. names of any other trench coat students or
associates. He heard about the name, "Trench Coat Mafia," during
school last year. He thought it was just a name for a group.

" He did not see any trench coat student or associate at school
the day of the shooting. When asked, he saw no s\lspicious objects
at school that day. When asked specifically, he saw no duffle bags.

* On the day of the shooting, he left for home after his 3rd hour
qcience class. He had been going home. recently to feed a new p\lpPY .
.e remembered being on the phone with his father at around ll: 04
a. m, He was running late and drove to school and parked in his
brother's space in the j unicr lot. This space was along the south
curb line of that lot. He thought he got to school around 11:17 or
ll:18 a.m. He entered the school via the south canopy entrance and
ran up to his math class, Mr. BunCly' s class, and started taking a
test with the rest cf the. class.

He did not see anything while running from the lot to his class.

* He said he was only in the class about; a minute when he heard


screaming. He thought some girl was arguing with a teacher about
being thrown out of class. He then looked out the classroom door
window and saw students running. He said the fire alarm then went
off. Mr. Bundy told the class they were going to stay taking the
test. He said Coach Ortiz then came running in the math clasS and
old everycne to ·get out." He said Coach Ortiz grabbed him and
others and was physically throwing people out of the classroom. He

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thought at first it was some timed test for how long it would take
them to get out during a fire drill,

" He said he heard, V'ery faint pops like a book hitting a table,
He ran east down the math hallway and out to Pierce St. via the east
door for that hall·nay. He then went out to Leawood Park,

" When outside he heard some very faint pops again. He said that
a. girl was outside Leawood Park in the street and that she fell.
She was helped up by two students and he saw that she had a through
and through wound to her lower left leg. he said the hole looked
large. He thought that she was shot there in the street because he
saw her fall.

" While running out, he heard other unknown students say that a
susoect was in the main hallway wearing a white t-shirt, black vest,
and a ball cap turned backwards.

, While outside, he also heard unknown students talking about a


gunman on the roof.

" When he heard. those faint muffled shots while at the park, he
took off again to a home in the neighborhood were a lot of other
students were. He waited in line to call his mother.

This concluded my interview with Jason Jones .

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KINTGEN, MICHAEL

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NARRATIVE

Ref # 99-12067 Reported Date 04/20/~999 Time 12:39:32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 620~ S PIERCE aT

DET122 07/~2/1999 071299/BQATRIGHT/KK

Connected to JeffersQn county Sheriff's Department case number


99-7625.
On 05/12/99 at approximately 0945 hours Detective Boatright
(IQ) had just completed an interview with Mark Kintgen. The
aforementioned interview occurred at 6859 West Quatro Place,
Littleton, Colorado. Present for the above referenced interview
were Mark Kintgen's parents, identified as Dale and Kay Kintgen.
Once the interview was concluded with Mark Kintgen IO was l

requested by Dale and Kay Kintgen to inte~iew their other son,


~dentified as Michael Kintgen. 10 was informed Michael Kintgen is
the twin brother to Mark Kintgen, It should be further noted
Michael Kintgen was located in a ma.th room identified alii IPMA9 1l at
the time the incident occurred. IO later obtained DN #3338
reference the inter7iew with Michael Kintgen.

On the date and time indicated above, IQ met with Michael


KincQen. Also present for the inter7iew were the forenamed's
parents, Dale and Kay Kintgen. During the interview, IO confirmed
with Michael Kintgen his full name is Michael Todd Kintgen, age li(
DOB 05/30/81 (twin brother to Mark Kintgen). Michael Kintgen
verified he too resides at 6859 West Quaero place, Littleton,
Colorado, 80128, phone 303-979-3768, Michael Kintgen verified he
is presently a jun~or at Columbine High School.
During the interview, IO initially requested Michael Kintgen
to provide an account of his ac~ivities on 04/20/99 beginning at
the time he arrived at school. Michael Kintgen told IO he normally
arrives at school at approximately 0715 hours; as was the case this
date. Michael Kintgen clarified he drives to school with his twin
brother "Naxk . Michael Kintgen sr ated his assigned parking space
l'

is: identified as #402 and is located "acut.h of the commons'! area.


pursuant to questionins; Michael Kintgen stated he did not observe
any unusual activity when he arrived at school on 04/20/99.
According to Michael Kintgen, after ar~iving at school, he
attended h~s first hour class which begins at approximately 0730
hours and concludes at approximately OSlO hours. Michael Kincgen
identified his first period class as "World Ristory," which is
taught by UMr. Kritzer. Michael Kincgen told IO his lfWorld
1I

History!! class is located in room "SS7. ro would note classroom


II

SS7 is located on the far east side of the building towards the
center.
Michael Kintgen explained he then attended his second period
class which begins at approximately 0615 hours and concludes at
approximately 0520 hours. Michael Kintgen stated his second period
class is l'free" and on the date in question, he used chat time to
study independently in the library . II Pursuant to questioning
II I

Michael Kintgen stated he did not observe any unusual accivity in


the librar{ during the second hour class.

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NARRATIVE

Ref # 99-12067 Reported Date 04/20/1999 Time 12,39:32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST
D~T122 07/12/1999 071299/BOATR!GHT/KK

After completing his second period class, Michael Kintgen


stated he then went to his third hour which he identified as llworld
seudc.ee-' taught by IIMr. Meier. II MichaeJ, Kintgen stated his uWorld
Studies I' class is taught. in room "LA)" which is located on the east
end of the huilding off the south hall.
Michael Kintsen then explained he attended his fourth period
class, which he identified as flChemistrylf which is taught by If Mr.
Miller. 'I According 1:0 Michael Kintgen, his chemistry class is
located in room :ISCIO lt which is located in the science wing on the
west side of the building off of the south hall.
In respect to his fifth period class, Michael Kintgen stated
it began at approximately 1115 hours and was supposed to conclude
at approximately 1205 hours. Michael Kintgen pointed out he has "B
lunch," adding, "We never made it all the way through fifth period il
(referring to the incident occurring while in that class).
Pursuant to questioning, Michael Kintgen explained his fifth period
class is IIAlsebra tI" which is taught by liMa, McWilliams. II
According to Michael Kintgen, llMA9" is located in the math section
of the sehool whieh is towards the east side of the building off
the south hall. Michael Kintgen was subsequently handed a diagram
of Columbine High School and asked to identify classroom lIMA$!, U
Michael Kincgen complied with IO's request by circling the room
identified as "MA9,"

IO next asked Michael Kintgen to explain what occurred during


his fifth hour class. Michael Kintgen explained the first 20
minutes of his Eifth period class were "normal," Michael Kintgen
stated it was approximately 20 minutes after class began that he
first noted unusual activity in the school. Michael Kintgen
expla~ned during the first 20 minute of his class, Ma. McWilliams
left the "door open.·' Michael Kincgen related it was at. that point
he began t.o hear llkids screaming," Pursuant to questioning.
Michael Kintgen clarified during the fir$t 20 minutes of his fifth
period class, he did not make any unusual observations. 10 went on
to verify with Michael Kintgen his first obse~~ation related to
this incident began approximately 20 minutes into his fifth period
class when he heard "k i.ds screaming. " Michael Kintgen stated the
screaming was coming from the hallway which prompted Ms. McWilliams
to close the classroom door"
Michael Kintgen explained he initially thought the screaming
was possibly associated with a "een.Lcc pr-ank" and did not give the
situation much more thought. Michael Kintgen went on to explain
moments later he then heard the iifire a.Lazm" activate. According
to Michael Kintgen, Ms. McWilliams told her class to ~i9noreD the
fire alarm, Michael Kintgen stated it was his assumption Ms.
McWilliams had come to the same conclusion he had in re9ard~ to a
possible senior prank in progress.

Michael Kintgen related apprOXimately one minute after the

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Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST
DET122 07/12/1999 071299/BOATRIGHT/KK

fire alarm had sounded. 1iMr. Ortiz!i entered the classroom in a


"frantic" manner. At that time Mr. Orti:::: shouted to those present,
"Gee out. '! Michael Kintgen stated he did not know what had
occurred in the school but knew the situation was serious basad
II II

on Mr. Ortiz's demeanor.


Michael Kintgen went on to state after ~. Ortiz told everyone
to Uget out, 'I he recalled those present complying with his request,
Michael Kintgen stated he did ~~ow exactly what happened to Mr.
Ortiz but assumed he moved on to other classrooms in the area
advising everyone to leave the building. Michael Kintgen stated to
his knowledge, everyone exited the classroom and proceeded to the
south exit. Michael Kintgen then drew a line from math room MA9
south down the hall to the point where he along with others in his
class exited the school. Michael Kintgen stated from that point,
all those present then went east crossing Pierce Street and
eventually ended up in "Leawood Park.:'

Michael Kintgen stated soon after arr~v~n9 in Leawood Park, he


began to hear what he thought were "explosions· coming from the
1

area of the school. Michael Kintgen could not be more specific


concerning that point. Michael Kintgen did relate approximately
five to ten minutes after he had arrived in Leawood Park, other
students were seen leaving the area of the school and coming into
the park. Michael Kintgen stated this was the first time he heard
any reports about va shooting." Michael Kintgen stated one of the
reports he heard involved 'I two kids that were shot and there was
blood all -over,H Michael Kintgen stated he did not know the
student's name who made the above statemenc but believed the
student indicated he was somewhere near the « commons fl when he made
that observation.
Michael Kintgen went on to state approximately 20 minutes
af~er arriving in the park reports began to circulate that there
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was a possible gunman either outside the school or on the roof


Michael Kintsen related those teachers and students who were
located in the park then began to run east into the neighborhood
area. Michael Kintgen reported it was from that point he obtained
a ride home from a friend, Michael Kintgen told 10 he did not make
any additional observations concerning the incidents occurring at
Columbine High School on 04/20/99.

Pursuant to questioning, Michael Kintgen stated he could not


recall what time he arrived at home but it was at some point later
he lsarned that his brothe~ had been injured during the incident.
Micb~el Kintgen was unable to provide any additional informatiqn
regarding this incident, For purposes of clarification, IO
verified with Michael Kintgen ac no time did he see any suspects
associated with this incident and only heard what he thought were
Hexplosions" coming from the location of Columbine High School.
Michael Kincgen was unable to be more specific concerning the
nature Or location of the explosions. See the diagram prepared by

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Arvada Police Department 07/14/1999
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Reported Oate 04/<0/1999 Time 1~,39:32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6<01 S PIERCE ST
OET122 07/12/1999 071299/BOATRIGHT/KK

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DM"IIAN KISSLER, 008/10-04-81


7610 South Kendall Blvd.
Littleton. CO 80123
(303) 932-0919
Student-Columbine High School

JOANNE KISSLER
Same as above.
Work: NASD Regulation
170 17th Street. Suite 2900
Denver. CO 8020 I
(303) 446-3100

MIKE KISSLER
Same as above.
Work: WagnerEquipment
i 8000 Smith Road
Denver. CO 80210
Unknown phone number

INVESTIGAnON:

On 07-21-99. I contacted witness Damian Kissler by telephone who is a studentat Columbine High School. I contacted him in
referenceto the shooting that occurred at Columbine High School on 04-20-99.
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Damian Kissler told me on 04-20-99 at approximately 0730 hours, he arrived at Columbine High School for his scheduled
classes. Damian said on 04-20-99, he had the first hour class off. He said he walked from Clement Park (which isjust north of
Columbine High School) to "The Pit" to smoke cigarettes. Damiansaid, "The Pit" is west ofColumbine High School. Damian
said at approximately 0820 hours on 04-20-99, he left, "The Pit" to go to his second hour Photography class, and told me he
entered Columbine High School through a west side door ofthe school. Damian said this Photography class was from 0820 to
approximately 09]5 bow; and said it was on the upper level of Columbine High School. Damian said when his Photography
class was over, he went 10 his third hour class whichwas a Relationships in the Familyclass, that lasted from 0920 to 10lD hours
From the third hour class, Damian told me he went to his fourth hour class which was a Learning Lab that lasted from 10]5 to
1110 hours. Damian said he then went to his fifth hour Geometry class on the upper level of Columbine High School. Damian
said he was not sure what time he arrived for the Geometryclass because he was early for this class on 04-20-99. H. believed
he arrived at approximately I] 10 hours, but was not certain. Damian said he remembered one of his teachers by the name of
'vis. Moore asked him to erase the chalkboard. Damiansaid when he completed erasing the chalkboard, he then sat down at a
desk for the beginning of class, Damian said at about this time his other teacher by the name of Mr. Ortiz. arrived lor the class.
Damiansaid a short time later, he heard an unknown numberof gunshots. Damiansaid these gunshots sounded like "a cowboy
movie,"and said they soundedclose to the classroomhe was in, Damian said to be more specific, the gunshotssounded likethey
came from the area between the top of the stairway (the stairway goes from the upper level of the school down to the
cafeteria/commonsarea) and his classroom, which is in the Math hall on the upper level of Columbine High School. Damian
said he could also hear screaming from the hallway outside ofhis classroom. Damian said Mr. Ortiz exited the classroom into
the hallway to see what was going on. Damian said a few minutes later, Mr. Ortiz ran back into to this classroom, and told
Ms. Moore to get all ofthe students to hide in the classroom. Damian said then the lire alarm for Columbine High School went
off and Mr. Ortiz then told the students in the classroomto run to the outside of the school. Damian said he tan outside of the
school through a door on the east side, then ran across South Pierce Street and lOW Leawood Park. Damian said he was in
Leawoodfor approximately fifteen to thirty minutes when he suddenlysaw other students running out of the park, so he ran out
as well. Damian said he did not know why everybody was running from Leawood Park, and said he did not hear any gunshots
that mayor may not have been directed toward Leawood Park. Damian said that prior to the incident on 04-20-99, he did not
recall seeing any Trench Coat Mafia students. Damian said that at no time on 04-20-99 did he see any of the gunmen involved
, the shooting. Damianalso advised me that he did not see any dufflebags or propane tanks prior to, during or after the shooting

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such as those that were later recoveredin the Columbine HighSchool cafeteria.

Damian toldme priorto the shooting on 04-2().<)9 hedid not know anyof the Trench. CoatMalia students' names. He was unable
to provide any information aboutDylanKlebold, EricHarris, or the TrenchCoatMaliaotherthan to tell me thatthe Trench Coat
Mafiaand Trench Coat Mafia studentswerethoughtof as "a joke."

! asked Damian Kissler bow he and his family have beendoingsince the shooting on 04-20-99. Damian saidthey have been
doing fairly well and told me that he has counseling set up for himselfin the future. I told him that if he or any of his family
members want to talkwitha J.e.s.o. Victim Advocate in the future, to contact me and I would make the necessary arrangements
for themat that time.

"lISPOSITION: Case remains open, pending furtherinvestigation.

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off.""., HOMICIDE a., 99038856
vteti)Q, SCOTT Da<., 05/1.3/99
'0"'0' 1173 STEFFES, TIMOTHY llag.' 1 ot. 2:
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SUP P L E HEN T

ASSOCIATED CASE REPORT NUMBERS:


Jefferson County Sheriffs Offioe C.R.: 99-7625
FBI control number, 1.74A-OIV-5741.9
SUBJECT, KNAPKE, Tyson James
DaB: 07/02/84
7653 West Coal Mine Place
Littleton, ce. 80123
(303) 973-8858
PARENTS:
MOTHER: Carol
FATHER: Larry
OBSERVATION 1 INVESTIGATION:
On May II. 1.999 I was assigned an interview with Columbine High School
student, Tyson Knapke. It had been reported that Tyson had been in the
oafeteria during fourth hour. I contaoted Ms. Carol Knapke on May 12th and
made an appointment to interview Tyson on May 13th at 0800.
On May 13th at 0750 I arrived at 7653 West Coal Mine Place and spoke
with Tyson Knapke. Tyson advised that he is a freshman at Columbine High
School, and had been in the oafeteria during fourth hour. Tyson said that
he had been seated at the table identified as "LL". Tyson said that he did
not see a large duffel bag in the oafeteria while he was there and no one
oarried that type bag into the cafeteria while he was there. ~ison said
that after fourth hour he went to his math class.
Tyson reported that his first indioation of trouble came when a large
number of people went running by the class room. Someone opened the door
to see what was going on, and teachers told the class to leave the
building. At this time the fire alarm began to sound. Tyson said that his
class left the building and went to Leawood Park across South Pierce Street
from the school.
Tyson stated that he did not see anyone with a gun anytime during the
morning. and does not know who was involved in the shooting. He continued
to say that he had heard nothing about bomb building or gun buying.
Tyson advised that he does not know either Eric Harris or Dylan
Klebold. and has had no contact with them. Additionally neither he or any

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of his friends are associated with the Trench Coat Mafia.
Tyson could provide no further information and the interview ended at
0816.

"'.n', 1173 STEFFES, TIMOTHY >rin"" 05/13/99 14:34


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JC-001· 001492
KUENSTLER, MICHELLE

JC-001. 001494
UNCLASSIFIED
INFORMATION CONTROL
) Case 10: 174A-DN·57419
Control Number: DN4331

Priority: PRIORITY Classification: UNCLASSIFIED Method of Contact


Source: WEBB,R o In Peescn o Telephone/Radlo.
~) Ohstrvatlol\ OWlil1on
Affiliation: JCSO
Pltone Number: (303) 271-5605 Infonnation Received Date: 0610711999 Time: 12:00 PM
Prepared by: WEBB, RICHARD I&IIJEFCO SO
(Component/Agency)
Event Narrative: MICHELLE MARIE KUENSnER, 971-0956, STUDENT, 5TH HOUR INT MATH I
(TANK)

Event Date: Event Time: References:


Categories: INTERVIEW STUDENT - CHS

I...) Event Reviewed by: KE Lead Required? YES

Lead Control Number: DN4331

Lead: INTERVlEVV MICHELLE MARIE KUENSTl.ER

Assigned To: ERZEN, LARRY Date: 0613011999 Time: 11:13 AM

Disposition: MICHELLE KUENSTLER WAS IN MR TANK:S 5TH HOUR CLASS, CLASS WAS
ORDERED OUT OF THE SCHOOL BY MR TANK THEY RAN OVER TO
LEAWOOD PARK. DID NOT SEe ANY GUNMEN, HEARD GUNSHOTS OR
EXPLOSIONS ONCE THEY GOT TO THE PARK. NO ADDITIONAllNFQ TO
PASS ON. SEE 4319 FOR REPORT,

Lead Reviewed by: SL l.eed Completed? 2! Date: 0712111999

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LAJOIE, CHRISTOPHER

JC.o01- 001497
PIR!\lARR Arvada Police/Court System Page 1
Arvada Police Department 05/19/1999
NARRATIVE

Ref # 99-12067 Reported Date 04/20/1999 Time 12,39,32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST

DET72 05/18/1999 051799/VONDEROHE/KK 7304

JCSD 99-7625
CONTROL #2229

The following $upplemen~ will be in reference to Arvaaa Poliee


Department CR 99- 12067 which will correspcnd with the Jefferson
County Sheriffls Department CR 99-1525, relating to the mass
shooting/massacre at Columbine High School on 04/20/99, As a
resulc of this tragic event, a Columbine HiSh School task force was
formed and charged to investigate this entire incident. ro/
Detective Jim Vonderohe, is a member of this task force whose
ductes include following up informacional investigative leads. The
following report is in reference to lead control #2229 in which a
subject identified as Christopher W, Lajoie, 008 05/16/S3, may have
possible association t~e9 with the Trench Coat Mafia.
Specifically, this lead involves a witness who observed
approximately three weeks previous to 04/28/99 two teenage males
wearing trench coats in Christopher Lajoie'S driveway. This
unidentified witness further reported that one of the males in the
trench coats was holding an 18 inch ccppe~ cOlored pipe. This
unidentified source also stated that Christopher Lajoie and his
family were gone from the residence f~om 04/20/99 until 04/24/99.

On 05/11/99 IO telephoned the Lajoie residence which is


located at 7016 South Pierce Court, Littleton, Colorado, 80126,
telephone number 303-973-8106. IO was able to speak with
Christopher Lajoie, who answered the telephone and who advised IO
that boch of his parents were presently at work. After introducing
IO tc h~m over che telephone, IO advised him of the reason tha~ !O
was contacting him in reference to the Columbine High School
investigation and more specifically regarding the information that
IO had p~rtainin9 to two male subjects wearing trench coats in his
driveway approximately three weeks ago.
Chris Lajoie advised 10 that he was a tenth grader at
Columbine High School but that he has never known any of the Trench
Coat Mafia members or any of their assoc~ates, He further advised
to chat all of his friends and the people that he knew claimed that
the members of the Trench Coat Mafia were gay and therefore he did
not hang around with them. Christophe= Lajoie further confirmed
during this in~erview chat he did not know either Eric Harris or
Dylan Klebold while he attended school at Columb,ne High School,

Christopher Lajoie further advised IQ that he had absolutely


no idea about the informatlon IO had mentioned in reference to two
males being in his driveway with these males wearing trench coats.
He further stated that he absolutely has not been with anybody in
long dark trench coats, especially in his driveway! and more
specifically with anybody holding an 18 inch pipe. He further
advised !O that he has never in his life messed around with any
explosive devices or bombs.
JC-001- 001498
PIRNARR ~ada Police/Court System Page 2
~ada Police Department 05/19/1:199
NARRATIVE

Ref #: 99-12067 Reported Date 04/20/1999 Time 12,39,32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
~ocation 6201 S PIERCE ST
DET73 05/18/1999 OS1799/VONDEROHE/KK 7304

In questioning Christopher Lajoie a$ to where he was on


04/20/99 when this massacre started; he advised IO that he was in
math class and that a teacher came into the room and told th~m of
the attack that was occurring. He stated that this teacher led
them out of the school builQing and over to Clement Park. He
fur~her stated that that entire afternoon, he spent with friends in
the area of the school. IQ then advised Christopher Lajoie that IO
would be con~actin9 his mother after our conversation ended just
for the sake of letting her know that he had been contacted by IO.
IO then contacted Christopher's mother, Pamela Lajoie, DOB
05/14/60, by telephone at her place of employw~nt. After IO had
advised her of why IO had contacted her son, she advised that
although her husband and she work during the day time} she is
absolutely sure in her mind that no males wearing long trench coats
were at her residence approximately three weeks ago. She further
stated that she knows her sen well enouqh to know that he is not
involved with these type of individuals-nor has he ever been
in~olved with any type of explosives or bombs. She further advised
10 that the information that 10 had in regards to her family
inclUding Chris being gone from 04/20/99 until 04/24/99 was totally
false. She stated that the entire family stayed at their residence
after the school a~tack occurred. IO then advised Pamela Lajoie
that IO felt very comfortable in the fact that her son was not
involved in any way in the Columbine High School incident or had
any associat~Qn ties with any of the Trench Coat Mafia members.
With no further investigative informacion to be developed I

this concludes this supplemental repor~.

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CONTINUATION 0
JUPPLEMENT X JCSO MOORE,C. 99-762s..DDDD
Counecting Case A.tpI)ft No. Victim Name OrigirW kl!l9O" Dlnc ThisRepon
COLUMBINE
-Clwu.....tifm X FIRST DEGREE MUll.DER ()tfm5e SlUIIs: Opal X ~yC1l::=lml I:J
06-22·99
_ C...; Review I:J
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ADDITIONAL WITNESS:

CHRIS LAJOIE, DOBI05·13·83


7016 South Pierce Court
Littleton, CO 80113
30),973·8106

INVESTIGATION:

On 06·15·99, I was assigned Lead #421110 inlel'lliew ChristopherLajoie, a Columbine High School student on 04·20·99, who

bad fifth hour Algebra I class with Mr. Bundy.

On 06·22·99. at about 1425 hOUTS, I contacted the listed homephone number for Lajoie, 303·973·8106. A male answered who

identified himselfas Chris Lajoie. I told him thaI I was calling ColumbineHigh School students and asked him if he was present
at the school on 04·20·99. He stated he was. I told Lajoie thaII understood he bad Mr. Bundy's fifth hour Algebra I class and
be staled he did. I told Lajoie thaI the class started at II: 15 and asked him what the first indication was that something was
wrong or something was happening, He Slated that possibly ten minutes after class began, a teacher came in and told the kids
to leave. When I asked who this individual was, be stated be believed it was Coach Daaelli. Chris Lajoie stated he wasn't sure
how much time bad elapsed, but staled they were in the middle oftaking a math quiz. I asked Chris Lajoie where he went after
he left the classroom. He staled that he exited, turned right, and then turned right into a main hall and went out througb the doors
at the end of the ball, and across Pierce Street to Leawood Park. I asked him if he had seen or beard anything after he got into
the hall. He staled mere were a couple of kids who were guessing what had happened, and he beard what he believed to be
fireworks. 1asked him if he had seen anything in the ballsand he satedbe bad not He staled that after he got into Leawood Park,
he heard a couple ofgunshots. I asked Chris Lajoie whom he had been sitting with in the classroom and he stated he could not
recall.

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