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  • I asked Jaimi Norden what she knew about the Trench Coat Mafia, the Trench Coat Mafia students. and in particular Dylan

Kleboldand Eric Harris. Jaimi said prior to the shooting on 04-20-99, she did not know who Dylan Kleboldor Eric Harris were and said in fact that she did not know any of the Trench Coat Mafia students by name. Jaimi said she remembered that when

she was in the 8th grade and attending Ken Caryl Middle School, she was present when representatives of Columbine High School talked to the middle school studentsto prepare them for high school. Jaim: said these representatives told the Ken Car: I

Middle School students to avoid

any of the Trench Coat Mafia students. Jaimisaid she did avoid the Trench Coat Mafia students

when she began high school at Columbine High School. She said she did not pay any attention to the Trench Coat Mafia students, but did recall during the fall of 1998, she saw. male student, she believed to be a Trench Coat Mafia student in the

hallway of Columbine High School, Jaimi described this

person as a white male. approximately 6'2" tall,

skinny in build. with

"messed up teeth" and had shoulder length blond hair. She said he was wearing a black baseball cap on backwards, all black

clothing and a black trench

coat that she wassaid was faded black, and was made out of something other than leather. She said

this trench coat was belowthe knees,but abovethe floor in length. Jaimi said after looking throughher Columbine High School yearbook, she said she now believes this person was

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  • I asked Jairni Norden if she has heard about anybodyelse who may have been involved in the shooting incident at Columbine

High Schoo!on 04-20-99. Jairnisaid she has heard rumors from other srudenrs that

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involved because he was friends with Dylan Klebcldand Eric Harris. Jaimi,however,could notprovide any specificsabouthow

_was possibly involved. She said it appears that what she heard were rumors only. Jaimi said she does not know of

anybody. nor has she heard any rumors about anybody wbo may be manufacturing explosivedevicesand/or firearms.

possessing or selling

  • I asked Jaimi Norden how both she and her family have been doing since the incident at Columbine High School on 04-20-99

Jairn: said that they have all been doing fairlywell, however, I did give her myname and phone number and asked her to contact me in the future if anyone in her family wants to speak with a l.C.S.C. Victim Advocate. I advised her I would make the

necessary arrangements for them at that time.

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On 7·14·99, at about J 550 hours, I contacted witness Kevin M. Olsen by telephone, who is a student at Columbine H.S. contacted Kevin in referenceto the shoolingon 4-2()"99, at Columbine H.S.

Kevin Olsensaid on 4-20-99, at about 0725 hours, he arrived at Columbine H.S. for his scheduled classes. Kevinsaid his first hour class began at about0730 hours and is a biology class. This class is from 073Q.0820 hours, and when the class was over on 4-20-99, Kevin said he went through the cafeteria/commons areato the vending machines on the west side of the cafeteria,

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firstand secondhour classes because he is

a diabetic and his blood sugar level was low. Kevin said he did not see any duffelbags or propane tanks such as thoselater

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of the vending machine, he proceeded across the cafeteria in an easterly direction and went up the stairway from the cafeteria/commons area to the upper level of ColumbineH.g. Kevin said at this point he went 10 his wood shop class, which is his secondhour class. He said this class is from 0820·0915 hours. Kevin said he then went to his third hour class which is social sciences, and is on the upper level at Columbine H.g. Kevin said this class lasts from 0915·1015 hours. Kevin said after his third hour class he went to his fourth hourclass whichwas a learning lab that was located on the lower level of the high school. Kevinsaid this class lasted from 1020·1110hours. Kevin said when he got out of learning lab he proceeded to go to his lifth hour geometry class which is on the upper level of Columbine Il.S; and lasts from 1115·1205. Kevin told me that about 15 minutes after the students got into the geometry class he heard "pops" that sounded to him like "black cat firecrackers" going

off somewhere outside of his class room. Kevin said one of his teachers by the name of Mr. Ortiz exited the class room to see

whathad occurred, while the other teacher hy the name of Ms. Moore stayed in the class room with the students, Kevinsaid Mr.

Ortiz was gone for approximately one minute and then came back into his class room and told the students to get down on the 1I0or and get undertheir desks. Kevin said Mr. Ortiz locked the doors at this point, betweenthe class room and the hallway.

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said Mr. Ortiz then changed his mind and said to the students, "No, no, run:' while Mr. Ortiz was unlocking the doors,

Kevin said about this time the fire alarm inside Columbine H.S. went off. Kevin said he exited the class room through the hallway, ran down the hallway and exited Columbine RS. through the doors on the east side of the school, and south of the main

entrance and administrative offices.

Kevin said during this rime he was running with Jamie Norden.

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exited Columbine H.S.and they ran eastbound from the school. across South Pierce Street. and into Leawood Park where they stood at the back of the park. The back of the park wouldhavebeen the far east edge of Leawood Park. Kevin said he stayed in Leawood Park [or about 20 minutes. and said while in Leawood Park he heard what he described as "bangs" coming from the area of Columbine H.5. and possibly from the west side of the school on the upper level. Kevin said at no time during the incident on 4-20-99 did he see any or the shooters. Kevin said while he was in Leawood Park he did not see anybody outside of the school with weapons or explosive devices. nordid he see anybody through the windowsor through the glass windows of the doors, who may have been suspects,

Kevin said after being in Leawood Park for about 20 minutes, he left the park and went to a friend's house that backs up to Leawood Park. Kevin said this mend's name is Dante, but he could not remember Dante's last name. Kevin said he was at Dante's house about 30 minutes and called his parents from that location at about 1200 hours. Kevin said when he left the

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I asked Kevin Olsen what he knew about the Trench Coat Mafia, and the Trench Coat Mafia students, and in particular Dylan KJebold and Eric Harris, Kevin said he did not know anything about Eric Hams, He said he may have possibly seen Dylan Kleboldin the hallways of Columbine H.S. but wasnot certain. Kevin said the person he said who could have possibly been DylanKlebold would wear a knee length black trench coat, and he also wore a BostonRed Sox cap backwards. Kevinsaid he did not know what this trench coat was made out of:

Kevin said during the previous School year he had wood shop class withJoe Stair. He said Stair sat next to

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said Stair always worea trench coat, Kevin saidJoe Stair also wore"funny looking hats," Kevinsaid other students in his wood <hop class would make fun of Joe Stair becauseof the wayhe dressed, Kevin said Stair wouldgive them what he called. "dirty .ook," but would shrug off the students th•• were making fun of hirn. Kevinsaid theonly thing he could remember further about theTrench CoatMafia was that they liked '0 gather together undemeath the stairway in the cafeteria/commons areaat Columbine H,S.

Kevin Olsen said he has not heard the names of any other suspects who may have been involved in the shooting, prior to, during,

or since 4-20-99.

Kevin said he does not know of anybody, nor has he heard rumors of anybody who may be manufacturing

explosivedevices and/or possessing firearms.

Kevin said he didn't know anybody who has a double pierced eyebrow.

Uponmy asking, KevinOlsen said that sincethe incident on 4-20-99, he is doing welldealingwith the incident 1advised Kevin shouldhe or any member of his family want to talk to a JC50 Victim Advocate in the future. to contact me and I would make the necessary arrangements for them at that time.

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INVESTIGATION:

On Wednesday, July 14, 1999, at approximately 1105 hours. [ contacted wimess Ortiz by telephone at his residence, I asked him

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have seen or heard relevant to the shooting, which occurred on April 20. 1999. Witness Ortiz

?ravided me wit." the following information: He advised thathe wasin his classroom during5th hourand had heard noises in

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out andsaw numerous students running east through the hall. He indicated thata

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name unknown. had turned a Corner and yelled. "He's got a gun." He then saidhe had heard two gunshots. A, this point, he

said he started leading students downthe math hallway and at the samelimewasgoingclass by class and evacuating students and ,eachers in this particular area. Witness Ortizsaidthathe proceeded outside, although he couldnot be specific as to which

doorhe actually exitedwhen he started running inan easterly direction across the student parking lot. He said he had heard a couple of teachers yelling his name and headed toward their location. where he saw a student, identified as Stephanie Munson,

laying on the ground. It appeared that she had been shot in the

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Hesaidthat he had briefly assisted her and thenwent to

obtain some help. Hesaid that he directed another reacher, Gordon Hayes, to stay with her. He said that he proceeded back

towards the student parking lot, on theleftside of Pierce. He saw a deputy and asked himto

call an ambulance. He W\lS informed

by this particular deputy. name unknown, that he wasnotable to call for an ambulance at that time. He said that he could see an ambulance somewhere on Pierce Street and had gone to talk to those particular paramedics, but was laid thatthe area had not beencleared by law enforcement andtheywerenot allowed to proceed intothe area any further than they were, He said that he then met another teacher. Tim Capra, and both of them had contacted a female deputyin the area. Witness Ortiz said that he does not know specifically where she was at, but that shehad opened upher trunkand had given both himand witness Capra a handful

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area nearSouthPierce and West Polk and proceeded to direct traffic away from the area. Witness Ortiz said this was neat the LDS house at that intersection. Witness Ortiz says that he continued to direct traffic until approximately \600 hours, at which timea bus proceeded to the ate. and he beganto escort students from the LDS house onto the bus to be transported to Leawood Elementary School to meet with parents or responsible adults. Witness Ortizcould not be very specific as to when things were occurring, but advisedthat he was in a patrol car with a Chaplain and a deputy sheriff. as well as another teacher, Jason Webb,

and were toldwhat he felt was approximately 1600 hours that the situation had concluded, It should be noted that during this entire incident that witness Ortiz was outside directing traffic and escorting students and teachers away from the school. thathe

had heard numerous gunshots and explosions for heand Jason Webb were later offered a ride to the

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elementary school, but he ejected to contacr hiswifeand meet them at the King

Soopersat Coal Mine and Pierce. She met them there. at which time theyweretakento the Leawood Elementary School, where theyoffered support to family and mends at the school until approximately 2030 hours. Witness Ortizsaid that he had met his Chaplain there and spoke with the Shows family for a period of time, When asked, witness Ortiz saidthat he didnot observe any persons carrying or using firearms. He does not normally have a secondhour class, which is when school announcement are made, so he bad no information as to the message of me day, He said h. previously had heard of the group knownas "Trench Coat Mafia," but said that it was moreof a generic term. known as the"Trench Coats" and could not be specific as to a certain group of kids. He said it was lOOT. of a descriptive term as towhat people wouldwear. Witness Ortizdid not provideany further

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JESSICA MARIE PADILLA, DOBIQ7-07-84 7600 W. Coal Mine Ave. Unit #H Littleton, CO 80123

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STEPHANIE PADILLA Same as above. Work: 303 E. 17th Street,Suite 1100 Denver, CO 8020 I

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On 01-07-99, at about 1300 hours, I contacted witness Jessica Marie Padilla by phone. Jessica is a student at Columbine High School and my reason for contacting Jessica was in reference to the shooting that occurred at Columbine High School on 04·20-

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Jessica Padilla told me that on 04-20-99. at approximately 0730 hours she arrived at Columbine HighSchoolfor her scheduled classes. Jessicasaidher first class of'the day beginsat 0730 and is an English class. She saidthis English class is located em

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class next which is a Science class. She said this class lasts approximately 0820·0920 hours. She said this class is

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upper level of the school, Jessicasaid from Science she went to her third hour class wbicb lasts from approximately 0920·I02iJ

hours, Jessica said this is a Spanish class and is downstairs on the lower level of Columbine High School.

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had to pass throughthe cafeteria to get to her Spanishclass and she said she did. I asked her if she recalled seeing a blue duffle

bag and/ora propane tank, such as the ones later recovered in the Columbine High School cafeteria. Jessicasaidshe did not see either of these items. I askedJessica if she saw any of the Trench Coat Malia students in the cafeteria/commons area while she was walking to her Spanish class, Jessica said she did not remember seeing any of the Trench Coat Malia students in the cafeteria/commons area on 04·20·99,

Jessica said from Spanishclass she wentto her fourth hour class which is a Gym/Dance combo class. It begins at 1030 hours and gets out at approximately 1110 hours. Jessica said from the GymlDance combo class. she went to her fifth hour class, a Geometry class. the teachers being Ms. Moore and Mr. Ortiz. whichis located on the upper level of ColumbineHigh School.

Jessica said to get fromher Spanish class to her lifth hour class she had to go through the cafeteria and up the stairway from the cafeteria/commons area to the upper level of Columbine High School, Jessica said she did not recall seeing any of the suspicious itemsor any of the Trench Coat Mafia students on her way to this class, Jessicasaid after arriving in her Geometry class a very shorttime latershe heard approximately ten gunshots. and said to herthey sounded like they were coming from somewhere close

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estimated Mr. Ortiz being gone approximately two minutes and said he then came back into her classroom and told an the students to run as far away from the school as they possibly could. Jessica said she got up to run as did the other students. She

said she exitedthe classroom into the hallway and then ran down the mathhall and out throughthe emergency exit doorsat the end of that hall, Jessica said after exiting the school, this door leads to the stairs that are on the east side of Columbine High

School facing Pierce Street. Jessica said a Columbine

High School teacher stopped traffic along South Pierce Street. allowing

thestudentsto run from the school, across Pierce Street and into Leawood Park. Jessica said after getting into Leawood Park the teachers told the studentsto stay in the park. Approximately twenty minutes later Jessica said she heard approximately five mote gunshots and then heard someone say the shots were being directed at people in Leawood Parle Jessica said she began -unning from LeawoodPark into the subdivision around the Leawood area to getaway from the high school, Jessica said when

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she heard the last gunshots before running, she did not rum around toward Columbine High School to see what was going on. Sbesaid therefore she did not see any of the suspects outside of Columbine High School, nordid she see any suspects inside of the windows, or inside the doors through the class windows that are in the doors. Jessica said just prior to running to Leawood Park she described hearing a few explosions, and she said to her they sounded as though they were coming from the cafeteria/commons area on the westside of Columbine High School.

[ asked Jessica Padilla whatshe

knew about the Trench Coat Mafia and Trench Coat Mafia students. Jessica

said she believed

that the TrenchCoat Mafia was whatshe described as a "group of Gothic kids." She said they woulddress in all black clothing and some of them would wear trench coats. possibly made out of canvas, that were approximately knee length. I asked Jessica if she knewDylanKlebold prior to the shooting. She said he knewwhoDylan Klebold was fromseeinghim in the high school parking lot withhis friends. She said the last time she saw Dylan Klebold in the parking lot was approximately two months prior to the shooting. She said 'he did not talk to him and he did not talk to her. Jessica said she only knew who Dylan was at that time, she did not know his name prior to the shooting,

Jessica said prior to 04-20-99, she did notknowwho Eric Harris was. I asked Jessica howshe knew that Dylan Klebold wasone of the TrenchCoat Mafia students that she had seenin a parking lot. Jessica said she is friends with ZochHecklerand had met Zach in a Forensic class at Columbine High School. She said thatZachwould talk with Dylan Klebold and they appeared to be friends, however, she did not know if she wouldclassify him as a Trench CoatMafia associate and whenI askedher if she would classify himas an associate, she said, "I don't know, 1guess so:' Jessicasaid that other than tn talk with Zachonce in a while, she did not know anything about him. She did say that he did not dress in the "Gothic" manner nor did he wear a trench coat.

  • 1 asked JessicaPadillaif she had

heard any rumors about any

other suspects being involved in the shooting at Columbine High

School on 04·20·99, Jessica said she had not heard any other suspects or rumors of any suspects who may have been involved.

Shesaidshe does not knowanyonewhomay be manufacturing explosive devices and/or possessing or selling firearms. Jessica told me that she would contactme in the future if'she learns any further information that may be pertinent 10 this class.

[ asked Jessica Padillahow her family andshe havebeen doingsincethe incident occurred. Jessicasaid that she is doing
[ asked Jessica Padillahow her family andshe havebeen doingsincethe incident occurred. Jessicasaid that she is doing fine,
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she had some problems. Jessica said she has been seeing a I gaveJessicamyname and phone number and asked her to

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HOLLY ANNE PINKHAM, DOB/02·l6·83

  • 9203 West Berry Place

Littleton. Colorado 80123

(303)978·9112

INVESTIGATION:

On 06.22·99, 1 was assigned lead #4227 to interview Holly Pinkham. a Columbine High School student on 4-20·99, who was assigned to Mr. Bundy's fifth hour Algebra I class.

On 06·24-99. ax l535 hours, after several anempts.I contacted the listed home phone number, (303) 978·9112, for Pinkham.

An adult female answered. wbo connected me witha

female who identified

herself as Holly Pinkham. I told her I was calling

Columbine High Scbool students reference what occurred at the school on 4·20·99. I mid her that I understood she had Mr

Bundy's fifth period Algebra 1 class. She stated that she did and that she was at the school on 4-20·99. I toldher that I understood class starred ax about l l U. I asked Pinkham what the first indication was to her that something was wrong. She stated at about 1130 hours, she heardthe fire alarm go off. She stated as shehad not heard any bangs Or booms, she assumed that it wasjust a

regular drill. Pinkham staled that as they exited the classroom, she noticed teachers yelling to get

outof the building, as wellas

people running. She stated that once in the hall she turned right into the hallway and theu took another right and wentout the

door. She stated that once outside, the reachers told them to

go across the street into the park, which was also unusual. Pinkham

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stated that shedid not hear or see anything while in the park. She stated that kids were talking and there were rumors that there

were guns

in the school. She staled that after being in the park fur a while, someone heard what they thoughtwere gunshots and

everyone began running into the neighborhood.

1 asked Pinkham who she had been sitting with in class. She stated that ElyssaMost was
1 asked Pinkham who she had been sitting with in class. She stated that ElyssaMost was sitting to her right. She staled that
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  • I asked Pinkham if there was anything she had either beard or seen, eitherprior roor since the incident, which she rhoughr rmght

be of assistance to us. She stated it seems to her like there hadto have been more people shooting. I asked her why that was. She Slated that she had a friend by the name of Dan Goin who had been in the middle hall and bad his shoe shot off. She stated at

the same time someone was shooting in the cafeteria. As a result, she believes that there were more than two people shooting.

  • I asked her if there was anything else. She then slated that a lot of people think there were three people shooting. She stated she

nasa friend by tne name of Ashley Egland who cameout of the gym into the hall and believes sae Saw "shooting.

She staled another friend told her that John Ballardand Jen Smullhoth

saw~shooting. Pinkham Slated she didn't

have first hand conversations with these individuals. I asked Pinkham if there was anything etse which she thought might be of

assistance, and she stated there was not.

  • I checked the Rapid Start system reference Dan Gcin

and discovered lead 4462 lists him but found no lead to interview him, I

created a lead sheet and submitted it to the Rapid Swr system. I checked the Rapid Start system reference Ashley Egland and

discovered the following leads already assigned: 1985,2270, 2913. I checked the Rapid Start system reference Jonathan Ballard and discovered lead #1305 alreadyassigned, I checked the Rapid SUIlt system reference Jennifer Smull and discovered the leads already assigned: 1308.1540,2460,3565,3781,3782,3804.

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Chanelle K. Plank, DOBI12·9-s3, WIF

7719South Eaton Way Littleton, Co. 80128

303-973-7765

W/Columbine High School freshman Kathy S. Whaling, ooB/9-23-58, WIF Same address/phone as above W ISame as above Robert W. Whaling, ooB.I2-5-.58, WIM

Same address/phone W/Lockheed Martin vaterton Canyon

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303-977-5668

INVESTIGATION:

On .5·3·99 between the hours ofQ939 and 101.51 had an opportunity to speak with Chaneilein reference to the incident that

occurred at Columbine High

School On 4-20-99.

Chanelle statedat the timeof the incident she was inher fifth hour geometry class, taught by Miss Morrisey. in classroom MA-

ll. Chanelle stated around 1123 hours they heard what appeared to be students running in the hallway and their teacher

initially paused and appeared to be wondering what was goingon.

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yelling, "On my God. he's got a gun." Just afterthat another teacher by the name of Mr. Bundy, came in the classroom and

toldthe students that they needed to leave. ChaneJle stated that she exited from the classroom and ran east down thehall, exited from the schooland went to Leawood Park.

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Chanelle Was asked what time her fifth hour class started. She stated .OOutII15. I asked her what time she arrived at school on 4-20-99. She stated she arrived at about 0815 or 0820 hours.

Chanelle was asked if she was in the cafeteriaon the date in question. She stated she was down there around 0815 or 0820 hours and she believes she sat near table "LL" or "KK" with her mend Trista Fogarty, 303-933-6014. I asked Chanelle if she observed two large duffle bags or gym type bags, and described the bags to her. She stated she did not see the bags. nor did she see anybody bring them In. She also stated thatshe was down near the cafeteria due to the fact that she had a fourth period Spanish class. taught by Miss Freund. She stated that after she exited her Spanish class there was nothing out of the ordinary which would lead her to believe anything was going on.

Chanellewas asked if she knew any membersof the Trench CoalMafia. specifically, Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold, She staled she did not know Eric Harris and she had a gym class with Dylan Klebold last semester. She described Dylan as being quite. /ery tall, and he always wore black, to include a black trench coat and some type of black baseball cap. Chaneile stated she had no additional information reference the group. [asked if she knew about Eric Harris' web site. She stated she did not. I asked if there were any rumors about the date 4-20-99. She slated she did not hear any rumors.

Chanelle was asked if she left any items in the scbool. She statedshe left her black Jansport backpack, which had her student identification in it.

Chanelle had no additional information.

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COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE

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2nd grade.
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STtJDENT INFOR.;."rATtON CARD

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Zip: 80123

 

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~fu,ling Address:

 

Student Social Security Number:

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Female Adult in Home:

 

f/lfClude AretJ Codes and E,rtem:{ol

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PENISE

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STtJDENT INFOR.;."rATtON CARD • ~ COlUM8INE SENIOR HIGH PRINTED - 01/13/9 '64869 .dsc Known ~s:-------------------.f.+--- Student

Work Phone:

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Ck, W udents L~~aJName' '~I~ .... , , F'im MiUct!:eo , below all other children under
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FIRST NAME
AGE
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GRADE
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c school will arternpt to reach one of the people listed on this card. but if none of these people can be reached. the 1001 personnel have my permission to use discretion in securing medical aid in an emergency, IT IS IJNDERSTOOD

.AT :'/EITHER THE SCHOOL NOR THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAIND:G THIS MEDlC> LL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
.AT :'/EITHER THE SCHOOL NOR THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAIND:G THIS MEDlC>
LL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE EXPENSE INCURRED
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edication: Acetamiaophen (Tylenol. or other brand na or , cetaminophen I will be given :l.'i outlined In the District's edicauon Procedures and with me sianed consent of" oaren . T1 Medication Procedures are available at the school.

srnussion for Acetaminophen: Ch';;k one: 7!5

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A.RE:-<T SlGNATt'RE:

Ck, W udents L~~aJName' '~I~ .... , , F'im MiUct!:eo , below all other children under

::"ITS ONLY

Date: ") 'Jl' 5J{

arne vi school student last attended:

'ithdrawal date:

Withdrawal grade:

us the srudenr ever been enrolled in :: Jefferson County Scnool?

Address:

Birthplace:

Check one

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, THIS STtllE:-IT HAS BEE); RECEIY1:-iG SPECl-l.L EDlT.HION SERVICES. PLEASE :\011FY THE SCHOOL

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TH>.'iIC I:-iFOR:\IATION FOR t:SE r 'i .. ,-
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OME LANGt:AGE SVRVEY:

Diu this student learn !.O speak another language before or at the same rime as Standard American English {not

including school instruction r~ Check. one.

:-;0 (03) 0 Yes - If yes. what t;ln~uag~'--------­

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Ck, W udents L~~aJName' '~I~ .... , , F'im MiUct!:eo , below all other children under

REITZE,

CHRISTOPHER

JC-001. 001630

UNCLASSIFIED

INFORMATION CONTROL

Control Number: DN4388

Case 10:

174A·DN·57419

 

Priority:

I'RIORI1Y

Crasalfleation: UNCLASSIFIED

 

Method of Contaet

 

Source,

WEBB, RICH SGT

 

@ In Person

0

Telephone

Affiliation:

JCSO

0 Observation

0 Written

Phone Number:

(303) 271·5605

Information Received Date: 06108/1999

Time:

11 :00AM

Prepared by:

WEBB

RICHARD

IN'JESTIGATIONSlJEFCO SO

(Lat Name)

(Flret Name)

(ComponentJAgency)

 

Event Narrative:

ERIC CHRISTOPHER REITZE IN 5TH HOUR ALGEBRA. (HAVENS) SEE 4339 FOR REPORT

Event Date:

Event Time:

References:

 

Categories:

INTERVIEW

STUDENT· CHS

Event Reviewed by: SL

Lead Required?

YES

Lead:

Lead Control Number: DN4386 DETERMINE OBSERVATIONS, ERIC CHRISTOPHER REITZE 979-4508

Assigned To:

TRAVER. MATT

Date: 06123/1999

Time: 10:43AM

Dillposltlon:

ERIC REITZE TAKING TEST, HEARD BIG BOOM, KEPT TAKING TEST. FIRE AlARM WENT OFF. PEOPLE RUNNING Ii. SCREAMING. TEACHER TOLD THEM

TO GET

OUT, EXITED BUILDING, RANOUT DOUBLE DOORS ON EAST SIDE

RAN TO PARK. WHOLE CLASS PREnY MUCH RAN TO PARK. HEARD SHOTS & RUNNING.

Lead Reviewed by:

SL

Printed nn 716/99

at 2;18 PM

Lead Completed? tEl

Date: 07106/1999

UNCLASS1F1EI:

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1, Did you ever see the1WO large duffel bags in the cafeteria ?

2,

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Didyou see anyone carrying or in the possession of those duffel bags, at a previous

time? ~'b

  • 3. Did yousee Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold either on Monday of Tuesday ? What were they doing? N\) What did they say? Were

they with anyone else ?

4.

Did you leave anythin!? behind in the cafeteria or anywhere else in the school?

 

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