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talking about weapons, bombs, and the Anarchist Cookbook. Ungerland stated he had heard there was video footage of the
two making bombs or exploding bombs. He did not know where the footage was, and said that the bombs were apparently

small bombs.

Ungerland stated a student named Chris Moore (unknown if this is a referenceto Chris Morris) always wore a black beret and
wore sunglasses. Ungerland stated he hasn't seen him in a coupleof months, bUI that his friend, Ben Biehl.saw Chris walking
to theschool the night that the locksof theschool weresuperglued. He thought that mighthave possiblybeen around04-14-99

I asked Vngerland to describe Brian Sergent to me. He described as having a round chubby face. a big guy With bushy

eyebrows He staled he had seen Sergent at about 0720 hours. on the morning ofthe shooting by the school's main entrance
He stated Sergent did not have a duster on at that time, Hewas wearing a short sleeve dingy while button up shirt, a Polo type.
He said Sergent was with a white female, short. long blonde hair. glasses. and chubby, The two of them were holding each
.rher. She was wearing a white shirt and an unknown style of pants.

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Narrative:
Ae: Control #1500

On 04-30·1999, witness John Ungerland was interviewed at his residence, 8081 So, Kendall Blvd, (303·
933-2103}. He acknowledges being at CHS on 04-20-1999, and was present at his 1" hour class, Video
Productions, at 0730. He describes Harris and Klsbold as being In this class with him, and arriving
approximately 10 minutes late, and walking directly into the video editing room. He described Harris as
being dressed in black military·type trousers and a white tee shirt Klebold was wearing a black trench coat,
and a Colorado Avalanche hat. With the letter "B" sewed on it He was wearing the hat backwaards. The
teacher for this class was Identified as Mr. Talocco. At the conclusion of this class Ungeriand went to the
Tech Labs, and he did not see Harris or Klebold again.

He notes sitting directly in front of Harris and Klebold in this class, and describes them oiten of talking
among themselves about their shared racial hatred.

He first became aware of problems in the school While he was in his math class in Math Room 11, with Mr.
Havens. He heard shots and heard someone yelling gunmen were in the schccl. He immediately ran from
th. "a, leaVing his Green/Black REI backpack in the math room. He exited the school with Jenny
AE 'ws via the east door and ran to Leawood Park. While standing at Pierce and Fair St., he heard shots
COl. Ig from the school and observed rounds impacting a sign at that lccatlon.

Following the incident, at approximately 1430, while he and Jenny Mathews were southbound on Yukon
Street from the area 01 the scbool. they had occasion to pass another vehicle which was northbound on
Yukon Street at a high rate of speed. He observed both occupants of the vehicle as being dressed in black
trench coats, and felt fairly certain of his identification of the driver of the vehicle as being He
described the passenger of the vehicle as being a White male with long dirty blond hair, and recognized him
as a former student who had been in a tech lab class with him in 1998. The passenger of the vehicle was
leaning halfway out the window holding what Ungerland described as a black pistol with a short barrel. He
describes the suspect vehicle as a red GEO metro, with a very bad paint job. He describes the vehicle
appears like the clear coat is peeling off. He had never seen the vehicle before, or since.

He identified TCM members known to him as Robert Perry. Brian Sargent, Tadd Boyles, Chris Moore. Zack
Heckler, Eric Butros , Bobby (LNU), a sophomore who lives near him on Kendall Blvd, and Harris and
Klebold.

He confirms use of the internet, and. provided his email addressasJUngerfand@hotmail.com.

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REPORT ID#' 990SS04.AJK INi, 9908504
CLASSIFICATION' Agency Assist J.e.s.o. Detectives, 1150/2260

COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE

Jeffco Case #99-7625


F.B.I. Case #174A-DN-57419
Control Number 2125, Assigned 05-03-99, Kreutzer/Watson.
On 05-03-99 lead #2125 was assigned to follow-up with John Ungerland
in reference to gun simulations in videos which were made by Harris and
Klebold.
I spoke to John ungerland via the telephone. He has been interview
numerous times by other investigators about various items. With regard to
the videos he was aware of there which he saw when Klebold and Harris were
editing them in che video class. He described che videos: one was int he
Mountains, one at their house and the last some kind of music video. John
Ungerland passed this informacion onto other investigators int he course of
~"'e interviews he has had. I am aware of the videos he spoke about are in
= custody of law enfOrcement and have been reviewed.

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INVESTIGATION:

On 05-05-99, at about 1025 a.m., I went to 808l S. Kendall St., Lirtleton, Colorado, for the purpose of interviewing John

Ungerland, conceming rwo individuals in a red Gee Metro brandishing a firearm on 04-20-99 at approximately 1430 hours.
Ungerland stated that on 04-20-99 at about 2:30 p.rn., he was in the area of Pierce and Weaver Street. by ColumbineHigh
School, drivinghis vehicle. northon Weaver. when he observed a red andblack GEO Metro. traveling south on Weaver. wherein
the passenger was hanging out the passenger front window. brandishing a handgun. Ungerland further described the Gee Metro
as having oxidizing paint. which"as locatedin the area of the bottom of the doors. Ungerland stated that he first noticed the
vehiclecoming towardhim and whatcaughthis attentionwas the passenger hanging out a third or'his body out the passenger
fromwindow, Ungeriand described the passenger as a whitemale, approximately 18 to 19yearsold. with long shoulderlength
dirty blond hair. cleanshaven and thinbuild. Ungertand slatedthatthe passenger waswe..ring a trenchcoat, black in color,and
had a gun in his one hand. describing the gun as black in color. and a pistol. Cngertand described the driver as a white male
approximately 18 years of age. 6'S". black hair. regular in length. with a long face, with acne on his face, sunken cheeks and
crooked teeth. believedto be..-rvngerland also statedthat the driver waswearing a blacktrenchcoat, a dusterrype
Ungerland stated that the vehicle in question was drivingapproximately 45 to 50 miles an hour. when h. noticed the vehicle
when the vehicle passed. Ungerland stated thai he believed that neitherof these individuals were students at ColumbineHigh
School. Ungerlandstatedthat he observed the vehicle coming towardhim approximately a blockto two blocks prior to passing
him. Ungerlanddescribed the handgun as black in color. shaped likea box. with a little barrel. Ungerland stated that he has
neverseen the vehicle before. Ungerland statedthat he knows. . . .omgoing to Columbine HighSchoolin 1998 and
that he had talked to him before in computer lab and knew trim to be associated with the Trench Coat ylafia. buthe believed that
• was no longer a studentat Columbine HighSchool. Ungerland also statedthat. "as very tall, and had bad acneOn
his face, Ungerland 'rated that he "as tOO percent sure that the passenger was holdlng a gunwhile hanging out of the vehicle

"ricr to concluding the Interview. I advised Ungerland that I would be showing him two photo arrays to which i would mark

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number one and numbertwo on the back of each photo line up and advised it had no significance. I first showed Ungerland
photoline up numberone, to whicb be stated that numberfive looks like the passenger, stating he was 75 percent sure of that.
I then showed Ungerland photo lin. up number two, to which h. advised number six w~ but that h. was not
positiveand only 85 percent sure.

ADDITIONAL INFOR.I..f AnONi Ungerland stated that at the time of this incident his girlfriend Jenny Mathews was a
passenger in his vehicle and observed the same incident thatbe did. When asked, Ungeriand statedthathe had beenOn TV three
times, once on Channel 9, once on CNN. and once on the Sally Rafael Show. Ungerland stated that the Sally Rafael paid for

his flight and room, but that he was not paid for his story.

DISPOSITION: Case open. pending further investigation. The originals of me photoline ups shown to witness Ungerland are
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DATE 05118199 CASE REPORT# 99A062

CONECTING CR # JCSO 99·7625 INVESTIGATOR; G.B. MUMMA

CONTROL #

SlilUECT:
Pi Jonatban Ungerland DOB 121581
8081 S. KendallBlvd. Littleton, Co. 80123 303-933-2103
Columbine High School

Mother: Denise Fenner Same as borne


Patner: Tom Penner 303·797-7500

OBSERVATIONIINVESTIGATION:
On 0514991 contactedJohn and his motherat their home 00 Kendall Blvd.AlongwithSgt. Webb. At that
time I told John that I was conducting follow up work on his reportedconversation with Eric Veik, and that
1 needed for him to tell me the story again. John staled thatEric was talkingto him in the hallway and they
were talldng about school security, and that Eric was talking about goingan a "rampage", ustng road flares
and gas that be had in his car, then he would load it all up and bring it into schoolin his backpack. I asked
John when hebad heard thisconversation and he stated that it was athe beginning of 5th hour on Monday
the 10" of May.

I asked John if Eric had said anything else, and be stated thatEric told him he was friend's with Eric and
Dylan,the shooters. John remembered Eric standing up in class atter the shootings and tellingeveryone
that be knew it was Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. because they had finallycarriedout their big plan.
John stated that Eric had talked about working with Harris and Kleboldin the videoclass, and that he bed
worked for them"exclusively" when they made videos. loll. staled iIlat Eric was really upset about a
video that the three of thembed madewhere Harrishad said be wantedto burt him.

John stated that he had also beentold by Eric thathe bad madebombs,and ,110me made nail gun once, and
that he was really concerned about the ease that you couldgel something in the school. He even talked
about using a digital video cas. to smuggle swff in with.

I asked John and his motherif therewas anything else theybad questionsaboutor would like us to clarify,
and John stated no, but his motherstatedmat she wasconcerned about 11. son's safety Mrs, Fenner stated
that she wouldnot be sending her children back to sel1001 this year and she would be keeping her children
home to borne school them.

NQ further action taken by these Investigators.

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Interview with John Ungerland, dated 10-21-99,

DETAILS:

On October 21. 1999 at approximately 1615 hours, John Ungerland responded to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
at my request to be reinterviewed concerning information he had given about a Geo Metro, I advised Ungerland that I
needed to talk to him about his previous interview. which was dated 05-05-99,

l first asked Ungerland if he was sure that Harris and Klebold were in his first period video class on 04-20-99,
Ungerland stated he had changed his mind and was possibly mistaken that Harris and Klebold were in that class on
04-20-99,

Ungerland stated he was sure he saw a Geo Metro with two individuals in il~ly 1430 hours on 04-20-99
Ungerland stated the driver of the vehicle was an individual that looked like~but he was not sure if it was
P I explained to Ungerland that was with family members at that time and Ungerland reiterated he
was not sure, hut thought the person 100 ed like Ungerland stated he was [00% sure that the passenger
of the vehicle was hanging out the window with a weapon/firearm.

At approximately 1630 hours this date. the interview was terminated,

DISPOSITION:

Lead #506i closed. case open.

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InterviewingAgent: Larry A Brown, Colorado Bureau of'Investigation, 690 Kipling St.,


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

This report is referencedto Control Number4829

The following students were telephonically contacted and interviewed:


Christine SZYMANSKJ
Christopher MYERS
Elizabeth CARLSTON
Elizabeth MARZONI
Jennifer SCOTT
Jessica PRACH
Katherine WILLIAMS
LaurenJOHNSON
Lucas JOHNSON
Nicholas HERRERA
Sarah AUGUSTINI
Tyson MIKLEBOST

All of the above students gave similar accountsof their actions on the April 20, 1999, attack
on ColumbineHigh School They were all in their fifth hour Math class with an unnamed
substitute teacher when the school fire alarm sounded. The studentsthoughtit was a typical
fire drill or the long anticipated 'senior prank'. The studentsstarted walking out of the east
door of the Math wing when other teachers told them to move quicklyacross Pierce Streetto
Leawood Park Once they were in the park, several students heard the soundsof what they
believedto be explosions. Dozensmore studentsarrived in the park and reponed there were
people in the school with guns and shootingpeople. Most of the students then dispersed
throughout the neighborhood and took refuge in several homes that were opened to them.
Some of the students walked home or to the home of a nearby friend, None of the students
saw the shooters or had knowledge of anyone else being involved in the attack. A few of the
students stated they knew tIARRIS and KLEBOLD from current or prior classes

Parents of the following students (students unavailable) were contactedand statedthat their
children related to them the same set of events.
Emily BARRELL (Mother - Regina BARRELL)
Jennifer SUMIDA (Mother - Sue SUMIDA)
Michelle VOSSBRlNK (Mother- Donna VOSSBRlNK)
Ross LAMBERT (Mother - Rhonda HARDCASTLE)

The following studentscould not be reached but were confirmedby other students to have
evacuatedthe classroom and ran to Leawood Park,
Crystal LOVE
Esther SPENCE
Kerry SPENCE

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Additionally, studentRebekahTRIPPstated she was homesick on the day prior to and the
day of tbe attack. This information was confirmed by her parents.

arty A. Brown, Agent


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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

1. Did youever see the twolargeduffel bags in the cafeteria ?


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2. Did you see anyone carrying or in the pcssessicn of those'duffel bags. at a ll"'viou, tlme ?
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3. Did you seeEric Harris or DylanKlebold either on Moo<lay ofTuesday? Whatwen: t!J<>y doing?
Whatdid t!J<>y say? Were t!J<>y with anyone else? Jlo

4. Did you leaveanydJ.infj behind in the cafeteria or ooywbere else in the school ? ,M·Y ;Jet tt'c :t,v
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6, Did you see or tJllk to ooyof the Trench Coat Mafia members on Mooday? Tuesday? Howabout the
priorweek or weekend? ~k)

7. Have you heard anything from anybody else about other suspects, bomb maldng. gun buyUJg, etc. ?
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3. )I'1>at.were..J:0u wet9":;,: Did you have a hack pack .,V'bat.did it J90kJll<e and lor have in it ?
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1O. Whattime did you<Iller the c:lfeteri. ' Where did you come from (prior to the cafeteria) ,

11. Havethem markw6Y"~CY were sitting. their route out of the buildingand whomthey were with {if
known) ;

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IS. Did you see or bear any unusual erecuacements prior to the shootings" 00 you know what the
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16. Can you provide tllly !i.tnller infQn:na.UOQ on the memben; of the TrenchCoatM:lfin: ),'6

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COLUMBINE 06-22-99
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ADDITIONAL WITNESS:

CFlRlSTOPHER LEE WELSH, D08/1 ().. 16·82


TI19 West Portland Avenue
Littleton,CO 80128
303-978·1976

lNVESTIGATlON:

On 06-22-99, I was assigned Lead #4246 to contact Columbine High School student Christopher Welsh, who was assigned to
Mr. Bundy's fifth hour Algebra I class.

On 06·22.99, at about 1607,I contactedthe listednumberfor Welsh, 303·978·1976. A female answered and connected me with
a malewno SUIted he was Christopher Welsh. I toldWelsh1wascalling Columbine High School students referencethe incident
occurring at the school on 04-20-99. I asked him if he was at the school on 04-20-99 and he staled that he was. I told him 1
understood he was assigned to Mr. Bundy's fifth hour Algebra I class and asked him ifhe was in attendance On that date. He
stated be was. I told Welshthat I understood class starred at 1115. I asked him what the first indication was that something was
wrong. He stated that five to ten minutes after they sat down, whilethey were taking a quiz, he heard shouting and thought it
mightbe a light Almost immediately afterwards, he heard the fire alarm. Welsh staled that almost immediately after the fire
alarm, Mr. Ortiz threw open the door to their classroom and said, "Get out of here,now." Welsh statedthat Mr. Ortiz then began
pushing everyone out of the class. I askedWelshwherehe wentfrom there. He stated he went right in the hall then turned left
into another hall and then right out of the building,through some doubledoors. I asked him if he had seen anything in the hall
and be stated he had not I asked him if he had heard anything in the hail. He stated he had not. He stated that once outside,
they crossed Pierce into Leawood Park, immediately behind the fence. Welsh stated that someone said that someone brought
a gun to school, hut he didn't know who said it The teachersthen moved everyoneback. Welsh stated that about ten minutes
'Iter arriving at the park,he heard whathe thought to be a couple of explosions. He statedthat about ten to fifteen minutes after

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that, he heard what he believed to be two silenced gun shots.I asked him if becould see anything from the park and he stated
he couldnot. I askedWelsh if he recalled whohe was Bining within !he classrocm, He stated that a girl named Samwas behind
him, Alayna.Muscolino was in front of him and BrianDeidel was to the left of him. Welsh stated that he could not recall who

was sitting to the right of him,

1 asked Welshifhe had been into or aroundthe cafeteria on 04-20·99, He stated that before school he come, into the cafeteria,
He statedon that day, he arrivedabout0720, He stated the hell rings about 0730 and he went to the library, I asked him if there
was anything unusual he bed seen in the cafeteria and he stated there wasnot, He stated it was normal. I asked him if he noticed
any unusualhags or backpacks and he stated he did not.

I asked Welsh if he knew eitherDylan Klebold or Eric Harris and he stated he did not He stated he had seen both in the halls.
Jut did not knowthem. I askedifhe had seen either one of them 00 04·20·99 and he stated he had not. I asked Welsh if there
was anything which he had seen or heard. either prior to or sincethe incident. which he thought might beof assistanceand he
stated there was not.

DISPOSITION: Open, pending further investigation.

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Control Number 4829

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


Suite4000,Denver, CO, 80215,phone(303) 239··1211

Placeof Interview: Telephonic to 5231 S.lndependenceST., Littleton, CO 80123


(303) 973·7806

Person Interviewed: Columbine student Alise WILLIAMSON, 5231 S. Independence ST ,


Littleton, CO 80123

On July 12, 1999, Ms. AliseWILLIAMSON, Columbine High School student, was
interviewed regarding the events that occurred on April 20, 1999. She stated she was in her
fifthhourMathclass when the fire alarm sounded A substitute reacher, whosenameshe
couldnot recall, was in chargeof the class whichwasnormally taugbtby teacher Dave
SMITH. Ms. WILLIAMSON described the substitute teacher as beinga white female,
approximately 50 yearsofage, with shortbrown hair. When the fire alarm sounded, the
students began a normal evacuation of the school. According to Ms. WILLIAMSON. most
of the students thought it was the longanticipated 'senior prank' She realized it was
something senous when someof the teachers directed them to cross PierceStreetto Leawood
Park. Normally they remain on school grounds during firedrills. Ms. WILLIAMSON said
dozens morestudents arrived at the park and related stories of kidswith guns in the school
shooting at people. The students wen: then told to runfurther in to the neighborhood to take
coveras the sounds of gunfire and explosions couldbe heard coming from the school Ms.
WILLIAJ.1SON statedshe did not know HARRlS or KLEBOLD. She said she heardsecond
handthat ~may have been involved withthe attack.

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ADDITIONAL WITNESS;

Wolff, Nicholas, 003108-06-81


475 West Aberdeen Place
irtleton, CO 80[23

-usiness Address: CU" Colorado Springs Campus


19-262-4209

lParental Information)

Wolff. Dianne
<475 West Aberdeen Place
Littleton. CO 80123
B' 303-708-0 I00

Wo,,,, Gary
H7S West Aberdeen Place
~Jttleton, CO 80123
3: 303·233-9090

INVESTIGATION;

)n August 31, 1999at approximately 1000hours, I attempted to contact Nicholas Wolff in reference to the Columbine
ncident that occurred on April 20, 1999, I was contactingNicholas to see if he was on campus when the incident
lCCurred and if he had any pertinent informanon to provide reference this incident

ultimately contacted Nicholas' father, Gary Wolff, who told me that Nicholas is attending college in Colorado
Springs: at which time, he providedme with Nicholas' telephone number, I asked Gary if Nicholas had providedhis
iarents any information in reference to this Columbine incident. Nicholas was apparently in his fifth hour math class,
»hich was located in the mathisciencehallway and his classroomwas near the east exit. Gary stated the fire alarmsat
he school went off and Nicholas told his parents that he exited from ColumbineHigh School and ran over to Leawood
'ark, :-iieholas told his parents that he had no ideawhat was occurring initially and it wasn't until other students
irrived at Leawood Park, where they began to explain what was going on at the school. Nicholas never observed any
fJnmen and he had no additional informationto pass on reference this incident.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION;

FBI Case #4-DN-57419. DN#4977.

DISPOSITION;

Case openpending further investigation.

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Al>J)ITIONAL WITNESS:

ZACHARY ZICCARDI, DOBi04-Q6-83


7374 W. WaldenDr.
Littleton, CO 80J28
303-973-2313

INVESTIGATION:

On 06-22-99, I was Lead#4257 to interview Zachary Ziccardi. a Columbine High School studenton 04-20-99. who had fifth
"our Algebra I class with Mr. Bundy.

After numerous attempts to reach Ziccardi at the listed home phone number of 303·973·2313. on 06-30-99.•t1632 hours. I
received a phone call from a male identifying himselfas zachary Ziccardi. Hestated that he had been on vacation and unable
to contact me. ! toldZiccardi that I wascallingColumbine HighSchool students reference the incidentoccurring at the school

on 04-20-99. Ziccardi statedthat he had been at the school and badbeen m attendance of Mr. Bundy's class. I told Ziccardi
that myunderstandmg wastilar fifth periodstarted at 1115. I asked himwhat his first indication was afterthat, that something
was wrong. He stated that possibly fiftctm minutes after class began, the fire alarm went off He swed that thirty seconds to one
minute after that, CoachOrtiz ran into the room, telling them. "Getout, get out," r asked Ziccardiwoo was sittingnear him in
class. He stated that Kyle Ashton (Adam Kyle Ashton) was sitting righr behind him. He Slated that Steve Turilli was sitting to
Iris left and one sear back. He statedhe believed Lauren Carraya was sitting in front of Turilli. Ziccardi stated that afterleaving
the door of theclassroom, be turned right,went TO the end of the hall, turned leftand then turned rigbr into the south maln hall.
He Staled theywent to the end of mar hall andout the doors. He stated theyWent across Pierce into Leawood Park. I asked him
ifhe had seen or heard anything in the halls and he stated he had not I asked him ifhe had seen or heard an;thing after exiting
the school and he stated he had not He staled after being in lbeparle for five '" tell minutes, the teachersbegan running ar them
,d tellingthem. "Get back.get back." Ziccardi staled they thenbegan going intothe neighborhoods, jumping fences and going

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intobackysrds. I askedhim if he heard or saw anything at this point. He stated that some people said that they beard bombs,
however, be didnot belli" anything !.ike that. I asked Zicclll"di ifhe bed been through or into the cafeteriaat all on that date. He
Slated be bed not. I asked him if he knew either Dylan Klebold or Eric Harris and be swed be did not. I askedhim if either
Klobold or Harris _ anyone be recognized fromthehallways and he stated be did 001. I askedhim if therewas anytl:tiDg he
bed heardor seen, prior to or since the incident, whicbbe thought might assistus. Hestared therewas not.

DISPOSITION: Open, pendingfurtherinvestigation.

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ADAMS, A.

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Defenda.ut, Harris/Kleoold Dooket ~.r,


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Date, May 4, 1999 Case ~er, 99A062
Deputy D.A. : Investigator: Gallagher M.

On May 4, 1999 this investigator conducted an interview with


Angela Adams, who is a sophomore at Columbine High School. Ms.
Adams made the following statements.

Ms. Adams stated she did not see anything or heard anything
pertaining to it was going to be a bad day at school or any thing
like that.

MS. Adams stated she was in Mr. Petersen's science class when
Ms. Miller another teacher came into their room and got Mr.
Petersen. Shortly thereafter the fire alarms went off in the
school. All of the students headed for the door of the classroom.
Ms. Adams stated she saw blood on the floor.

Miller came back to the classroom and told everybody to


lois.
stay in the classroom. There was somebody out in the hall with a
gun. They stayed in the room until Police swat Teams rescued them.

Ms. Adams stated she did not see the gunmen. She does not know
Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold. A student identified as Jen Smull
told her she saw the shooters and she knew there names.

Adams stated she left her blue back/pack in her science


Ms.
room. The back/pack contained a calculator, checks. gift
certificates, and credit cards.

Information: Angela Adams

1 JC·001- 001737
DOB 12-19-82
7766 W. Frost Dr.
Littleton, Co.
303-933-1557
Susan Cook (mother)

Investigator Date

JC..Q01- 001738
ADAMS, B

JC·(l(l1· 001139
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUPPLKMENTAL REPORT

COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL Docket NUIll:ber,


Date' 5/25/99 FBI#: 174A-DN-57419
CONTROL ~~ER: 3643 Investigator, Vondenkamp

On 5/25/99 I ccncacz ed ellS student Bryan Adams at his home phone


number of 302-979-1840. Brran is 15 years old, and agreed to speak
with me about the CHS shootings.

Bryan had not been concacced by any Invest.igat.ors regarding t.he


incident. He stated that en 4/20/99 he was in Ms Mosier's science
class in science room 7 at 11:20am. This is his scheduled 5th hour
class. Ms Mosier was using an overhead projector to show some notes,
50 the lights were off in the classroom. Around 11: 25am a student
came running by the classroom, in the hall. Another student came in
and said that someone had a gun. Bryan recalled thinking it was a
prank. The class then saw several kids running and a few more
students came into t.he classroom wit.h the same information. Bryan
did not know who they were. Ms Mosier advised the s cudent.s to get
under their desks, which they did. Bryan recalled he began hearing
gunfire out in hallways, coming from the area of the cafeteria. He
also heard a few explosions, whicb shook the floor in the classroom.

Ms Mosier locked the door into the classroom from the inside. Bryan
believed there were 27 students in this room. The students all
remained on the floor and one window into the ballway was covered
wit.h paper. Bryan did not see anything while waiting. He recalled
that he heard several gunshots for about 20 minutes. He did not know
where they were coming from, but described them as "louder than a
pistol". Some of the gunfire was definitely closer and louder than
others, possibly outside the science rooms. Bryan explained that he

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hunts, and has shot different types of guns. He thought they could
have been shotguns.

Bryan stated at no time did anyone attempted to get into the science
room where he was. He could not see out into the hallway, so did not
know what was going on. When the gunfire stopped, nothing happened
until SWAT arrived around 3: OOpm. He was escorted out by SWAT and
taken to Leawood Elementary school.

Bryan had no further information about the shootings and did not see
anyone carrying a large duffle bag into school on 4/20/99. Bryan did
state that he has 4th hour free, and usually sits in the commons area
near the west windows. On 4/20/99 he sat in the commons area, but
did not see anyone carrying a duffle bag, or a duffle bag laying on
the floor.

Bryan Adams
7211 S. Zephyr Way
Littleton, Co. 979-1840.

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Pxros ALLISON, DOBIIJ-05-8I
5442 S. Holland SI.
Littleton, CO
(303) 978-9319

!NYESTIGATION;

On 08-03-99. I contacted Columbine HighSchoolstudent Paige Allison. I askedher abouttheeventswhichshe observed on


04-20-99. This interview is connected with DN#2747.

I asked Allison what her familiarity was wirh the suspects Dylan KleboJd and EricHarris. She Slated she did not know either
suspectand she did not see eithersuspect on 04-20-99. nordid 'he see any weapons.

Allison statedthat she has first, secondand thirdperiodclasses whichsheattended On 04-20-99 Shehas fourth periodoffand
leftthe school for lunch, returning atabout 1110 hours. Shestaledshe hadgoneto lunchwithfellow student Brianna Peters.
When they returned to the schoolafterlunch. Peters parked hercar in thescurbstudentparking 101. Allison and Peters entered
the school by the entrance which is near the school store. She did not notice anything unusual or out of place when she entered
that area. Shewent upstairs to go to her fit'..!t periodChemistry class with Mr. Cram.

A few minutes into the class. she heardwhatshe thoughtwere fireworks. She looked out the classroom window which locks
mtc the south mainhallway Shestatedtherewere "tons of people" running east alongthe south mainhallway. Shesaid she
did not know what was going on. Her teachertold the class to pay attention, but the teachersoon realized something was
wrong He went to the door,then toldthe class."Get up. hurry" He then sent his students out toward the Tech Lab

Allison stated that she spent about five minutes in the hallway near the Tech Lab. She then heard a bomb going off

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Approximately seven people who were in that hallway area.ran wough the Tech Lab and into the north main hallway. Her
friend, Brooke Skinner took her hand and began running toward the main office. They turned left and ran north down the
ballway which runsin front of the counseling offices. Skinnertold her later that she bad observed broken glass in the office
area. At the end of the hallway,which runs in front of the counselingoffices, there is. door which exits to the north sideof
Ibe school. The girls ran out that door. They then passed the tennis courts area and bopped a fence going to an area known
as the smoking pit. Thoy then ran to Clement Park.

I asked Allison if her friend Brooke Skinner bad seen the suspects or any weapons. She stated thar Skinner did not

I questioned Allisonabout pans of a previous report taken by a Lakewood Agent RichardHalpin. in which Halpindocuments
that both girls saw one suspect with a rifle. The report also states that Allison saw at lease two students wounded in the front
office area and two more in the cafeteriaarea. Allisonstated that this did not occurand she does not understandwhere Agent
Halpin got his information,

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SARA NICOLE ARBOGAST, W/F


(303) 979-6164

INVESTIGATION:

On June 14, 1999. [attempted W contactSara NicoleArbogast by telephone, The number provided has been disconnected. I
calledIl.S. West Communications and attempted to obtainthe number from themfor the Arbogast residence, I was advised
that the phonenumberis non-published andan unlisted number,

I havehad other interviews where the person interviewed indicated that they had beentrapped insideof the Tech. Lab, With
..ara Arbogast, Idon't believe .hatshe canprovide us withanyadditional information, besidethat information alreadyobtained
from the other students who havebeeninterviewed,

DISPOSITION:

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JC..o01.oo17 49
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Arvada Police Department 05/la/1999
NAll.RATIVE

Ref ~ 99-12067 Report.<;\ Date 04/.0/1999 Time 12,39,32


Type 1\55'\'01\ Stat". R'\'F
Location 62Q~ S PIERCE/~
DET70 05/18/1999 05179~~KK

JCSD 99-76.5
CONTROL ~2990

On May 14, 1999 lnve$tigator Duane Eaton of the Arvada Police


Department was assignaa investigative lead bearing oontrol #2990
The source of the information ~as listed as Kelsey Bane, a
Columbine High School student. The nar4ative portion of the form
liote<;\ the name of Sarah Arzola InoB 05/05/82) with an address of
6352 West Morraine Place, Littleton. Colorado, 80129, telephone
932-7471, as a Columbine High School student in Clement park. The
lead portion of the form advised that Arzola had spoken w~th a
white ~~le in Clement Park whom she observed co be laughing and
that this male supposedly told her to mind her own businaS$ and he
wc~ld mind his, Investigator Eaton was assigned the task of
contacting and interviewing Arzola.
On Monday, May 17, 1999 at approximately 1055 houts l
Investigator Eaton was able to make telephone contact with Arzola
at her residence. Arzola agreed to i~terview with Investigator
Eaton in ref$rence the information she had.
Arzola advised Investigator Eaton that on Tueeday, April 20,
1999 she had walked into Clement Park aftar ~eing evacuated from
Columbine High School Arzola advised Investigator Eaton that at
approximately 1130 hours this date she was in science class, She
advised the class was Chemistry and the teacher was Mr. Cran, She
ad~i$ed thac while in class, she heard numerous people running down
the hallway outside the classroom door and heard students
screaming. Arzola advised thac she looked out the window of the
door and observed numerous students runnins down the hallway.
Arzola advised that at first the teacher Mr Cr~~ advised the
students co stay in che room and g~ay seated. Arzola advised that
shorcly thereafter the fire alarm activated and Mr. Cran ordered
the students to evacuate the school at that time, Arzola advised
Investigator Eaton that she and her fellow classroom a~udents
exited the building through the Tech Lab and then o~t the hallway
by the classrooms. She advised thac this hallway exies into a
pa~king lot behind the school near the tennis courts and Clement
Park,
Arzola advised Investigator Eaton that once in Clement park
and before she realized what Wa$ ta~in9 place ~nside the school.
she observed fellow et~d~nt Josh Neilson, a junior at the school,
laughing. She askect what he was laughing about and he told her,
'IPeopla are getting shot in there." Arzola advised Investigator
iaton that thia greatly upset her at the time. She advised that
she told Neilson this upset her ana he told her to mind her own
business Arzola advised Investigator Eaton that later that date
she observed Neilson crying instead of laughing. She advised that
she believes now he was pO$$lbly in shock and that is why he was
laughing. Arzola advised Investigator Eaton that Neilson's mother

Jc.o0 1- 001750
Arvada Police/COurt System ~age 2
~4ada Police Oepa~~ment 05/lS/1999
NARRATIVE

Ref # 99·12067 Reported Oate 04/20/1999 Time 12:39:32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S ~IERCE ST
OET70 0,/18/1999 051799/EATON/KK

is an employee inside the school cafeteria and had been on the


television news discussing rescuing $tudencs from the Gafeteria,

Investigator Eaton asked Arzola if she had any knowledge that


Neilson was acquainted with or socialized with either Eric garris
or Dylan Klebold. Arzola advised Investigaeor Eaton that she had
no knowledge of Neilson being acquainted with either Harris or
Klebold.
Investigator Eaton asked Arzola if she was acquainted with or
ever socialized with Eric, Harris or Oylan Klebold. A~;ola advised
Investigator eaton that she knew neither Harris nor Klebold. She
advised that she knew the twO by face only and recalls seeing them
around school. She advised that she did net know their names until
after the incident and she learned the~ through other 3tudents and
the news.

Arzola did advise Investigator Eaton that she was suspicious


of HarrlS and Klebold's friend dB She advised that she
was suspicious of him because she later learned that he hung oue
with Harris and Klebold. She advised thatdS was very
rebellious. Arzola also advised that was in her fourth hour
acting class, She advised, however, that on the day of the
incident., April 20, 1399, 2 was not :in the acting class and
hadn't been in the claas for approximately the past twa weeks.

Investigator Eaton advised Arzola if she had any other


information that she thought might be helpful in this
investigqcion. Arzola advis~d Investigator Eaton that all $he
could recall from that day was see~n9 her friend Rachel Scott.
Arzola advised Investigator Eaton that Rachel Scott was in her
first. second and fourth hour classes. She advised that she had
met Scott last year during second Semester and that they had become
close friends and often socialized outside of school. Investigator
Eaton asked Ar:ola if she was aware of Rachel Scott having any
prOblems with anybody at school and more specifically any ptoblems
with Harris or Klebold. Arzola adVised that Scott never mentioned
to her any problems with Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold or any of
Harris and Kleboldls friends and associates. Arzola advised
Investigator Eaton that it was her opinion that Rachel Scott never
had problems with anyone at school.
Arzola adVised Investigator Eaton that she had no other
informacion that she believed helpful to this investigation.
Investigator Eaton concluded the inte~view at approximately 1110
hours.

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Date: 052099 Ca•• NUmber: 99-7625
D<llputy D.A., Investigator. Mike Heylin -

WITNESS:

Alex Babiniec DOB: 050383


9674 W. Arlington Ave.
Littleton, CO 80123
303-973-7945
cia mother; Katherine Sabiniec (no work)
father; Dennis Sabiniec (w) 303-451-5233
-CBS student; wore blue cast on right leg and crutches day of
shooting; in cafeteria for 4th hour at table Q or X with llrillm
.... .lselier, Ian Morris, Scott Streab, Art Mar, and Nathan Anema; was
in Mr. Mosier's science clasa (Science room 5) for 5th hour;
remained there until rescued by SWAT i no suspect or duffle hag
information

INVESTIGATION:

On May 19, 1999 at 1134 hours I contacted Alex Babinieo at his home
for an interview. His mother was present. Alex then told me the
following:

* He is a freshman at Columbine High.

* When asked about Eric Harris, he said that he did not think he
ever saw him before the shooting. He never heard. his name before.

1 JC-001- 001753
• When asked about Dylan Klel:lold, he said that he did see him
about three times a week in school passing in the hallways. He had
to look at the yearbook photo of Dylan to be sure he was remembering
the same student. He thought Dylan wore a trench coat all tha time!!
he saw him. He .did not know Dylan's name.

• When asked about he said that;... he may have hea::<d-


of his name before, but did not know him.

• He did not know""""'r

• When asked about he said that he may have heard


his name before but did not know him.

• He has heard of the name "Trench Coat Mafia" before and thought
they were just a "wannabe· gang-type group at school. He avoided
those students as he thought they were ·devilish." He thought there
were about six students who wore the trench coats in school and that
they were not always together.

• He did not know the names of other trench coat students or


associates. He said he does not think he saw any of the trench coat
students or associates in SChool the day of the shooting. He saw no
suspicious objects at school the day of the shooting. When asked
specifically, he saw no duffle bags.

• He wore a light gray t-5hirt and shorts the day of the


shooting:. He also had a blue cast on hi5 right leg and crutches
from an ankle injury.

• He had 4th hour off after his 3rd hour Language Art5 class.
After his 4th hour class, he took the elevator down to the
cafeteria. He had an elevator key because of his leg cast and
crutches. Once in the cafeteria, he spent the hour at table Q or X
with Brian Fuselier, Ian Morris, Scott Streeb, Art Mar, and Nathan
Anerna.

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• He left the cafeteria arouna 11,05 a.m. so he could make it up
to his science class for 5th hour.

• His 5th hour class was Mr. Mosier's sciance class that was in
science classroom 5. He thought it was around 11,15 a.m. when he
first heard the fire alarm go off. He ana some others went out into
the immediate hallway from the classroom and were_tola by an~unkno~
female teacher to go back in the class, that someone had a gun
downstairs. He went back into the classroom.

• He then heard some explosions. Mr. Mosier lockea the classroom


door and stood guara between the interior doorway between classrooms
5 ana G. When the students returned into the classroom, most of
them went into classroom 6. He said only 9 other students were with
him in classroom 5.

• He said that they crawlea over to the north wall of the


classroom and flipped over two tables to hiae behind. While behind
the tables, he knew someone was in trouble in one of the other
science rooms but did not know at the time it was Mr. Sa.'1.ders. He
saw a male with no shirt on run through the interior docrways for
his classroom. He did not know if that was a student or a teaoher.

;, He heard gunshots ana more explosions. He thought the


explosions were coming from the level he was on and from downstairs
at the same time. He also heard a lot of soreaming coming from
classroom 6.

;, FrOll', what he heard, he could tell that a suspect or suspects


were outside their room in the interior hallway. He heara shooting
an<i explosions. He did not hear any voices from out in the
hallway. At one point, he thought someone from outside, possibly a
suspect, grabbed or brushed against their locked olassroom door.

;, After about 1 1/2 hours, the fire alarm turned off and the
class bell started ringing. The class bell would not shut off.

3 JC.Q01- 001755
* He said that the students in classroom;; had a television on.
Those in his classroom found a small ractio to turn on to listen to
what ....s being reported as going on. He could hear someone in the
ceiling moving around and beard the sound of what he thought was a
drilling noise that was far away.

* He said that some students were signaling ta-police outside ~


eventually, SWAT personnel came in their classroom. He said that
SWAT came in from classroom 4 and led them out through classroom 6.
Once out in the hallway, they were led east down the hallway there.
north to the other east/west hallway, and out the school via the
east door just south of the main east doors. He thought he was in
the classroom for 3 hours.

This concluded my interview with Alex Babiniec.

Investigator Date

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Date I 4/25/99 Case Number. 99A062
Deputy D.A., I:aves tilJator: Vondenkamp

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On 4/21/99 I spoke with 16 year old Jonathan Ballard regarding the


incident at Columbine High School on 4/20/99. Jonathan verified he
was at the school and agreed to speak with me. Jonathan stated he
was in Mr Johnson's Science class on the second floor when he heard
a loud explosion. He believed this was about 11:3Qam. He stated Me
Wyatt came running into his class and the teachers left the class.

Jonathan recalled he and his fellow students ran to the corner of the
room and attempted to put up tables in front of the doors. They
continued hearing gunshots and screaming. A few minutes later, Mr
Sanders came into the classroom and was badly bleeding. Some
students attempted to help him.

About 15-20 minutes later a white male wearing a dark trenchcoat


walked by the room. !ie was described as tall (over 6'), hat on
backwards, blond big hair out the back . Jonathan had a very quick
look at him while trying to stay hidden. The man, later identified
as Dylan Klebold tried to open the door. He then moved on. Jonathan
recognized Dylan as student as Columbine. He did not see the man
identified as Dylan again. Shortly after Dylan walked by, a loud
explosion happened outside the room.

Mr sanders was badly injured and the students were trying to help
him. At one point Mr Sanders told the kids to get a message to his
own children. He said "tell them I love them". Jonathan recalled
hearing gunfire until around 2:00pm

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the building around 3 :OOpm. He stated Mr Sanders wall alive when they
left him.

I aaked Jonathan if'there is any other information he could tell me.


He asked i f was involved. I advised Jonathan I did not
know nor did I know if he was involved. Jonathan stated he
was the Pleader' of this trenchcaot mafia group that
Dylan Klebold was part of. Jonathan advised me he did not see _
_ during the time he was hiding in the science class,

Jonathan Ballard
5506 S. Garrison Ct
Littleton. Co. 80023
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7637 W. Brook Drive
Littleton, CO. 80123
(303) 932·6503

INVESTIGAnON:

On June 14, 1999, at 1715 hours l interviewed Melanie Bauer, by telephone. in reference to the Columbine High Scbool
shooting,

tlauer indictedto me that she was in her 5th hour Chemistry class whichstarts at about 11,IS a.m., She said that her teacher
Mr. Cramhadcome intothe class late arriving at about 11 :20u Bauer said that she pulled outher books to start classand about
3-5 min, laterthey beard(2) two gunshots and students running down the hallway, She said that a short time laterstudents and
the teacher from the adjacentclass. Mr Manuele.camerunning Into her classroom.

Bauer said that she ran towards the tech. lab. And was told by several students that they could not go out that way because
someonewas out there with a gun sbooting, Bauersaid that they tried to go out the other door into the hallwaybut they saw
students runningdown the hallwayand were told by Mr. Cramand Mr. Manuele to hid Insidethe classroom. Bauersaid that
she and (13) thirteen otherStudents stayedinsideof the Physics classwith Mr. Manuele until they were rescued Oy theSWAT
ream at aoout3:30 p.m..

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11 :25 a.rn. when rhey heard the first gun shots. Bauersaid that shortly after they attempted to run and hid in the Physics
classroom. the fire alarm went off and began ringing and continued to ring. Bauer said that 30- 60 min, After she hid. they
eardtheTV" whichis located in theTech. lab. Go on.She saidthatthe light in the Physicsroom that she washidingin went

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off shonly after the T,V, came on. Bauer said that the light switch for the Physics room is located insideof the Tech. lab..
Bauer said that she and the other studentsand the teacherhid and did nor look to see who it was that had turned on the T.V
and turnedoff the light.

Bauer saidthatshe did not know how longtheyhid in the classroom and saidthat the T.V, cameon and the lightwent offeither
rightbeforeor right after the bell for "B" lunchsounded. Bauersaidthat while hiding in the classroom they could hear VOICes
in the hallway outsideof the classroom she was hiding in, Bauer said that she did nOI know if the voices she heard were those
of the suspect or SWAT T earn members. Bauer said that no one in the classroom went out into the hallway to see who was out

there.

Bauersaid that sometime around 3:00or 3:30 p m, they were rescued by the SWAT Team and escorted down the hallway and
'ut the doorslocated on Ihe front (east side) of theschool. just southof the front doors of the school, Bauersaid that they ran
across The street and were lined up along a fence where they weresearched and sent through a bole in the fen~e into the
adjacent neighborhood where they were put on a bus and driven to Leawood Elementary school

Bauer said that about two (2) hours after she hid in the classroom. the school bell soundedand continued 10 nng along with
the firealarm sounding, Bauersaid thatabout5·10 min. Later the firealarm went off and only theschool hen remained ringing
for aboutan other hour and it to stopped.

Iasked Bauerwho else was In theclassroom hiding withher, Bauersaid that ML Manuela, Jim Bisgard, Kim Laurens, Andrew
Largabor, Mark Mahoney, Tiffany Chamanzad, Cartee Win. B1I1 Vanderrnere, John Reak, SpencerGrange. Sara Arborgasr
and either Ryan or Brian were all ill the room with her. Bauersaid that there may have beenone or two additional people but
she does not recall their names,

I asked Bauer if she had heard aboutthe TeM or knew anyone who wasa memberof the TCM. Bauersaid that she had heard
of thembefore and knew Alex Marsh who is a member ofthe TeM. Bauersaid tnat she never had a run in with or a problem
ith anyone whoclaimed10 be a member of the TCM. Bauer saidthat she did not know whatadditional information she could
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Interview with Nicholas J. Baumgart,

S'U!9PSIS i
On 4/30/99, Saumgart was interviewed by SA's Wurm and Traver, in the presence of his
parent,:s

1. On 4/30/99 at 1800 hrs. SA's Traver and Wurm interviewed Nicholas J. Eaumgart, DOB
5/14/99, at his residence, located at 1154 S, Kendall Ct" Littleton Colorado.

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Baumgarts' parents were present dur~ng the interview.
Baumgart stated that he had known Dylan Klebola since they were kids. They were in
the sam~ Cub Scout troop. He knew Dylan from about 3~ ehrough S~ grade and then again
during 7 t h and a~n grade.
:I. He statect ,hat Dylan was always sort of a follower. when Bric Harris eame along, Dylan
and Harris quickly became friends. Harris waS an avid, almost obsessive video game
player. It was during this time that Baumgart stopped hanging around with Dylan. This
happened around ene time they were all in 9t h grade.
4. Baumgart has been very actively involved in Forensics and for the first time took par~
in the spring play, His date for the prom had been Rachel Scott{one of the victims of
the shooting)who had also been active in theatre.
He $ta~ed that he had not,had any falling out with Dylan or £ric, and would still say
hellO to them when he would see them. He stated that Dylan was very gentle.
Baa~gart did r~t participate in any high school sports. He uses the computer a little
bit. He has a business that he sets up Web pages fo~ bus~ne5Se$. He never accessed
the Web page that was set up by Bric Harris.
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7. He stated that the Trench Coat Mafia has been turned into a big thing by the Media.
It was just a sroup of kids that hung out, a click, He stated that £ric and Dylan were
on the fringe of the g4oup. That most of the TCM were seniors and had graduated in 98,
this year the TCM had not been so prevalent,
s. He had not received any threats nor had he heard of anyone receiving any threats from
anyone in the TCM.
9. He stated that Dylan and Eric were not mad at him. Earlier in the year he had been in
• video production class with Harris. Baumgart dropped the class after the first
week, but before he did, he and Harris had reminisced about earlier school days.
10. Back in the 7 t h grade, aaumgart had C02 cartridges that he used for a model car. He
does not own an air rifle.
ti . ae could noe understand why he woul~ be linked to this group, the only persons angrj
wich him might be girls.
12. Rachel SCOtt never had anyching eo ~o with Dylan or Eric, she prohably did not evan
know them.
During their Freshman or Sophomore year, Sric hact asked him for some C02 cartridges.
Saumgart did not have any so he did not give him any. Er~c was always really into
fireworks. He used to work at a fireworks stand and had been paid in fireworks. Eric
had stated that he was going to use :he C02 cartridges to make like an M-l000.
Baumgart really had not spoken with Oylan in 2 to 3 years, ~!lan had never aSked him
for any C02 cartridges.
15. Baumgart had noe heard anyone talking about the event prior to the shootings caking
place Nor has he heard anyone mention anything about who else may have been involved.
15. Ba~~gart stated that as he was runn~n9 au: of tha school, he knew it was Dylan and
Eric, doing the shooting Dylan weuld not do it on his own, he was a follower, Eric
had lost touch with reality. Dylan and E=ic had pr~viously made a video showing the
destruction of a bicycle with a ba~ or something. Eric appear~d to really enjoy
beating up the bike. The other videos Eric and Dylan madder were weird, but t~e videos
were not ~eally scary so everyone figured, "why bother?".
17. aaum9ar~ stated that he always stayed clear of 7 2&
• always tried to stay on
his good side. There always appeared to be something under che surface, He was
belligeren~ and always ready to kick anyone's butt. He did not care if he got
suspended. He was not a bully, not looking for a fight, but always ready for one.
Baumg&r~ was nOt really sure if there was some sort of hond between j£ , Dylan!Erlc,
18. Brooks Brown is on the Forensics team, they are all friends, Maybe that was why Dylan
would be mad ac him, because Baumgart was friends with Brooke,
1.9. The Forensic team had just recently 90t:en some school wide recognition.
•_ 20. Baumgart was in the Science room at 110~, he and others were making ceramic tiles .
People started runni~g by and screami~g Baumgart heard a loud deep boom. people were
running by saying people are getting shot. Baumgart and other $cudents ran into an
adjoining room. They then ran and got out the exit door on the northeast side of the
bu~lding, About 30 to 40 kids were rJr~ing and ex~ting with him. He has nc idea of
the length of time everythin9 took. While still inside the building he heard t'NO more
lOUd booms, but did not hear any gunfire.

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I have read the foregoing stluement and the facts contained tharein are tIlIe to the best of my knowledge and belief. I
do not meintaln that it contains a/l of the facts or details of the incident, but only those facts abDlJt which I have been
asked,

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JC·001· 001784
PROGRESS REPORT Control Number: 1583
CASE TYPE: HOMICIDE
CASENUMBER: 99-16215
PAGE IOF2
INVESTIGATOR BRICE MOOMAW

On 04-30-99 at about 1845 hrs., this Investigator responded to 8112 W. Frost Ave. and
contacted:

BEACHEM:, LAtJRENRITA
07-22-82
HomePhone: (303) 933-0899

Beachem related when the incident started she was in a science room, unknown room
number. The teacher was Ms. Williams. Beachem during the incident never saw anyone
who was invo lVed in the incident.

They were in class, getting ready to take a test. Suddenly, they felt vibrating sounds
underneath them. They thought it was some type of senior prank. Then they heard
screaming. They got up from their seats and went to the door. They heard kids
screaming. The was a teacher putting kids in a room.

They got away from their door and turned the lights off. They all got down. They went
into a room called the "Green Room." There were about twenty five kids in the room.
They were all ducking. It was at this point they beard a suspect yell. The person yelled,
"I went to die tonight." The person also yelled, "Thisis revenge, Fuckers,"

This Investigator asked Beachem is she heard anyone make the statements, "I got three"
and "You are all going to die." She said no. She heardthe statements by the person when
they were in the green room, She also heard gun shots and bombs going off.

In regards to her back pack, Beachem indicated it is in the science room and it had her ID
in it. This Investigator asked Beachem if there was anyone in her group that came from
either the cafeteria or the library. She related there was one and identified that personas:

ENCINIAS. ELISHA
Grade 10

Beachem related her knees were all skinned up.

When rhey were in the green room, it was really quiet for about fifteen minutes. They
started sitting up. It was at this time she heard someone yell "I went to die tonight."
Someone then knocked on the door to the room, Someonestarted shooting at the door.
The person also said , "Hello" then apparently got distracted and left.

They were in the room for about 3 Yz hrs, Then a SWAT team member knocked on the
door.. They were told to put their hands on their beads and follow them. Ms. Williams
was the teacher in the room.

JC.o01- 001785
l'ROGRESS REPORT Control NUItlber: 1583
CASE TYPE: HOMICIDE
CASE NUMBER: 99·1621'-
PAGE20F2
INVESTIGATOR BRICE MOOMAW

When the exited the blJilding, they went out the little door of the caR:teria and went up to
the grass area.

The interview with Beachem was terminated.

JC..o01.001786
lEHNER, C.
ReportinS Agency Report ins: OtTtcer C~RqxmN"
CONTINUATION 0
SUPPLEMENT X JCSO GALLEGOS 99-7625LL
CQIUlccting Case Rq:mrt No Victim Name-Original Report Date This Report
CONTROL NUMBER 4588 06-13-99
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WITNESS:

CHRISTOPHER COLLIN BEHNER


(303) 973-6557

INVESTIGAnON:

On June 17, 1999, I was assigned the listed control number and assigned to interview Christopher Behner, I called the telephone
number listed and discovered that the telephone number had been disconnected. I then called U.S. West in order to attempt

to obtain the correct telephone number, I was advised that the new number was unlisted and unpublished and they could not

provide me with the telephone number, I advised Sgt J.j, Webb of the Jefferson County Sheriffs Office, and my current team

leader, Sgt Webb asked if I believed Behner could provide me with any new information. [ laid Sgt, Webb that all of the
.rudents from Mr. Manuello's and Mr. Cram's classes, I had interviewed, so far, had all said that same thing and that I did not
believe that Behner would provide me with any additional information,

DISPOSITION:

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WITNESS
Behner, Christopher 12-30-80
5472 W. Prentice Littleton, Co. 303 797-5521 Wk: 970 224-9399

On 6-24-99 I spoke with Behner who told me that on 4-20-99 he was in the Physics room and at about 1125 hrs he
saw some people running by the door out in the hallway. One of the students in the class went outside the room to
lind out what was happening and upon his return told the classthat someone had a gun. Behner hid fur a short time
between the Physics and Science rooms then ran out thru the Tech lab to the Gym/Weights room area. Fromthere
he left the building and went to the tennis court area. Fromthere theywere directed to the smokers pit and then into
Clements Park. Behnerdid not see or hear anything during the incident.

dehner further told me that he did know J(]ehold from elementary school and had had Harris in his howling,
Philosophy, and Creative Writing classes. Behner did not socialize with either Harris or IGehold and did not really
speak with either eventhough they were in someof his classes.

No further information.

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Coonecting CaseReopen: No Vietim NameOrigmal Report Da«lThis ~rt
rtlNTROL NUMBER 4590 062899
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WITNESS:

JONATHAN RAY BEHUNIN, WIM, DOBI 081680


1818 S. Marshall St.
Littleton, CO 80128
(303) 912-8188, (1201 962-0869

INVESTIGATION:

On June 23, 1999, I spoke to Jonathan Behunin by telephone. Behunin said that he had been in Me, Manuellos 5 th hour
PhySICS class. but had gone out into the hall and walked to the restroom. Behunin said that he was talking' to friends when he
saw to male students carrying their lunch trays. He said that he asked them why they were carrying their trays upstairs. and
they told him ilial there was someoneoutside the cafeteria shooting a gun. Behuninsaid that he was standing by the choir room
with his friend Adrian Grimm, when he saw "a whole bunch" of students running up tbe stairs from the cafeteria and down
the hallway towards the front southeast doors.

Behunin said that he had to wait againstthe wallso that he would not gel run over becauseof all the students that were running
down the hallway. Behunin said that he ran out the southeastdoors and ran across the street to Leawood Park. He said that he
got into his car and drove to his mend Emma's house and then back to Leawood Park. Behunin said that when he got back to
Leawood Park, several people started running and yelling that the shooters were by the front doors of the school and were
shooting at them at the park. Behunin said that he never saw the shooter and never heard the gun shots when he was outside

of the school.

Behunin said that he thinks the shooting started around 11 :25 a.m.. He said thai he had class with Erik Harris and that Dylan
Klebold had been mends with his room mate. He said that his room male had already been interviewed by two detectives.

asked Behuninif he had heard any rumors beforeor after the shooting. He said that he had heard that Harris and Klebold had
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planned to plant bombsat the exits to the school in order to preventanyone from corning. He also said that he had heard that
they had plannedto blow up the whole school so that no One wouldbe able to ever attend it again.

Behunin saidthat he had seen one of the videos that Hams and Klebnld had made for a class. He said that the video wascalled
"Hired Hitmnn," he said that the videoshowedpeoplebeingchased down the hallway of the schooland being shot in the back.
Behunin could provide me with no additional information.

DISPOSITION:

Open.

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JKrPKRSON COaxTY DISTRICT ATTOaNBY'S OPPICB

Defendant. Harris/Klebold Dooket :NwIll:>el."'


Date. May lB, 1999 Case Number. 99A062
Deputy D.A •• Investigator, Gallagher M.

***************************************.****************************

Witness: Alysa Bernard


DOB 12-6-82
7479 So. Alkire #202
Littleton, Co.
303-948-7223

On May 18, 1999 this investigator conducted a telephone


interview with Alysa Bernard. Ms. Bernard is a sophomore at
Columbine High School. Ms. Bernard made the following statements.

Ms. Bernard stated she was in Mr. Doug Johnson's science room
when she heard gunshots. Mr. Sanders came into Mr. Johnson's room
shortly thereafter.

MS. Bernard stated she never saw the gunmen, nor did she hear
any talking between the gunmen.

Ms. Bernard stated she saw an announcement in the morning at


the shool something to the effect today is not a goad day to be here
in schoal.

Ms. Bernard stated she does not know either Eric Harris or
Dylan Klebold.

JC.Q01.001794

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MS. Bernard had a back pack which contained her purse. The
purse contained $20 and her drivers license. The back pack had
school books and a calculator.

Nothing further.

Investigator Date

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BINGEL. PATRICK

JC·001.001798
PROGRESS REPORT Control Nwnber ~
CASETYPE: HOMICIDE
CASE NUMBER: 99-16215 11ltJ
PAGE 1 OF 1
INVESTIGATORBRICE MOOMAW

On 05-18-99 at about 1145 hrs., this Investigatortelephoned:

BINGEL, PATRICKTHOMAS
DaB: 01-18-84
(303) 797-0402

Bingel indicated he was in a science room when the incident started. The teacher was
Dick Will. Initially they thought something might be wrong because the floor started
shacking and then they heard shooting. There were some kids in their classroom that was
against the far comer. They saw one of the shooters, then a bullet went through the wall
into a poster.

When they first went into class, they started watching a movie. Then a bunch of people
went running and screaming by. Mr. Will thought another science teacher had done
something wrong.

They heard the fire alarm and they left their room. A teacher ran up to them and told them
to get back to their room. The class then became separated. Half the class went into the
science office and the other half went into the classroom. There was a teacher next door,
between the two rooms. Bingel identified him as Mr. Moser.

Bingelindicated he never saw any ofthe shooters. He only recognized Klebold and Harris
from seeingthem in the school. He did not know their names Ulltil seeingthem on TV.

This Investigator asked Bingel if he had a backpack and he said yes. It was at his desk
when he left the school. The backpack is a Greatland, black in color. Bingel has a lot of
papers in the pack with his name on them. He also bad a pair of glasses in the pack.

This Investigator asked Bingel if he knew the time when they thought something was
wrong and he related it was ahout 1125 hrs, Whenthey went back to their room, they got
underthe tables,

At one point, they were looking out the windows at the police. They waived at an officer
and he waived back. A short time later, he sent in a SWAT team. They came in and got
the kids out.

When they exited the building, they went out the Social Studies door to Pierce St. They
crossed Pierce to the fence, went through the hole and onto the school bus.
JC·001·001800

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