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Narrative:
On 5-4-99 I contacted Grange who advised me that he has known Klebold since elementary school. He
was never on a first name basis with either Klebold or Harris. Both were in his fourth hourcreative writing
class this semester and Kleboid had been in his math class last semester. Grange has never had any
oroblems with either individual and Grange is not an athlete,

No further information,

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On 5/13/99, Spencer Grange, DOB 10/19/80, 5484 South


Hoyt Street, Littleton, Colorado was advised of the identity of
the interviewing Agent, and the nature and purpose of the
interview. He provided the following information.
On 4/20/99, Spencer arrived at the Columbine High
School at approximately 7:10 a.m. He went to the
commons/cafeteria area, and sat at table H. He sat at this table
with his brother Daniel Grange, and two other brothers, Aaron and
Spencer Wright. They sat there until their first class which
begins at approximately 7:30 a.m. He did~t notice any duffel
bags Or packages out of the ordinary in the cafeteria.
Spencer was in physics class when the shooting incident
began. An unidentified student opened the door to his classroom,
and told the class that someone had been shot. At the direction
of the class teacher, Mr. Manuelo, he exited the classroom. In
the math/science hall, he saw a large crowd of students running
down the hallway toward the east exit. He ran and entered a
physics storeroom in the vicinity of the physics classroom.
While in this storeroom, he could hear gun shots. He remained in
the storeroom for a long While, until he and several others were
later evacuated by SWAT teams.
Spencer never saw anyone carrying any duffel bags or
otherwise in the school on either Monday or Tuesday. Although he
kne~ who Klebold and Harris were, (they were both in his creative
writing class), he didn't associate ~ith them. He thinks that
both Klebold and Harris were in class on Monday, but certainly
not in class on Tuesday. He viewed them as outcasts, but didn't
think they were part of the Trench Coat Mafia (TCl'l). He didn't
see anyone known to him to be in the TCM on Monday or Tuesday.
He does use the Internet, and uses his Father's screen
name ~hich is GRANGE JR. He does not have an rCQ account, nor
does he use chat rooms.

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SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT

Defendant, Harris (Klebold Docket lIIUmber,


Date, April 28, 1399 Case lIIUmber' 99A062
.Deputy D.A., Investigator, Gallagher M.

On April 28, 1999 this investigator conducted an interview with


Kyle GUIlU11ere, who is a sophomore at Columbine High School, Mr,
Gummere was in science class when the shooting occurred at Columbine
High School. Mr, Bruce Gummere (father) was also present during the
inte~riew, Kyle made the following statements,

Kyle stated he started his science class at approximately 11:15


A.M. He was in the middle of taking a test when he heard what
sounded like a bunch of people running, He heard explosions which
he later found out were pipe bombs.

Kyle stated Mr, Petersen their classroom teacher told everyone


to stay down, The fire alarms went off and he along with his
classmates went to the door to get out. When he opened the door he
saw Mr. Sanders (teacher) bleeding.

Kyle stated they went back into the classroom and basically
hid, He heard more explosions and gunshots. Kyle stated he thought
somebody was playing a joke, Kyle stated they did not get out of
the classroom until approximately 4 P ,M, when swat members rescued
them,

Kyle was asked if he heard a..'1ything or saw anything that


indicated it was Hitler's birthday or something bad was going to
happen. Kyle stated he did not see anything nor did he hear
anything to that effect,

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the science room. The backpack has his name in it.

'ilhen asked if he saw the gunmen he answered no. Classmates


David smith and Jen Smull stated they saw the gunmen. Mrs. Wyatt a
teacher also saw the ~~en.

Information: Kyle Gummere


DOB 11-8-82
5658 W. Ken Caryl Ave.
Littleton, Co. 80128
303-979-8872

In addition Bruce Gummere told me he has another son identified


as Eddie Olsen, who is a jock. Eddie is a senior and attends
Columbine High School. He lives with his father. Phone number
303-783-5469

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SUPPLEXXNTAL REPORT

:Defendant: Harris/Klebold Doc Ite t :Humber:


Date, May lB, 1999 Case :Humber' 99A062
Deputy D .A. : Investigator: Gallagher M.

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Witness' Aaron Hancey


DOB 8-16-81
6380 So. Fenton Ct.
Littleton, Co.
303-794-0497

OnMay 18, 1999 this investigator conducted an interview with


Aaron Hancey, who is a student at Columbine High School. Mr. Hancey
made the following statements.

Mr. Hancey stated on April 20, 1999 he was in a science lab


room doing lab work when he heard people running and screaming. Mr.
Friesen came into the lab room and asked if anybody knew First Aid.
Mr. Hancey stated he did. Mr. Friesen t ock Mr. Hancey to Doug
Johnson's room where Mr. Sanders was located. Kevin Starkey another
student was helping Mr. Sanders.

Mr. Hancey stated Mr. Sanders was laying face down on the
floor. Mr. Hancey stated they gathered up shirts and put them under
Mr. Sanders' head.

Mr.Hancey stated he checked Mr. Sanders for wounds. Mr.


Sanders had fallen face first knocking out nis teetn. Mr. liancey
stated he cut Mr. Sanders' shirt off and observed two bullet
wounds. Mr. Sanders had a broken right clavicle. They put a
blanket on Mr. Sanders. He retrieved pictures from Mr. Sanders

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wallet and kept talkL~g to Mr. Sanders by asking him questions about
the photographs. The reason for that was to keep Mr. Sanders from
going into shock.

Mr. Hancey stated his teacher Theresa Miller was also in Mr.
Johnson's room. Ms. Miller called her family to tell them she was
alright. Mr. Hancey then called his dad to tell him he was alright
however, he needed help with Mr. Sanders. His dad was able to call
911 and that operator was able to give instructions an how to take
care of Mr. Sanders.

Mr. Hancey stated he kept putting pressure on Mr. Sanders


wounds to help control the bleeding. Mr. Hancey stated he stayed
with Mr. Sanders until the swat team arrived.

Mr. Hancey stated before he left he heard the swat team say
they were going to get a gurney up there to move Mr. Sanders out.

Mr. Hancey stated he never saw the shooters. He did hear the
gunshots.

Mr. H~,cey stated he left his back pack in Ms. Miller's room.
The back pack contained school books and a calculator.

Mr. Hancey stated he also left his Burkenstock shoes in Mr.


Johnson's room.

Nothing further.

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HANEY, PAUL

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CASE NUMBER 99·7625
SUPPLEMENT REPORT ,
REPORTING OFFICER: S.K. WYGANT,~tl((lJ1
REPORTING AGENCY: JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S
OFFICE
CASE STATUS: OPEN
DATE OF TIDS REORT: 081699

WITNESS INFORMATION
CONTROL NUMBER 4969
Paul HaneyDOB 021983
5884 W. Leawood Drive, Littleton, Colorado 80123
Phone: 3037946658
Student: Columbine High School

INVESTIGATION
On 081599 I telephonically interviewed Paul Haney. Police. had not interviewed Haney
prior to this date. Haney was at school On 042099 in a science class with Ms. Williams
when the shooting incident began. A student whom Haney could not identify came
running into the class and told them that somebody had a gun. Haney hid in the Green
Room with 30 other students for about three hours until a SWAT team rescued them. He
was escorted to Clement Park, then he walked to the Library and then he walked to
Leawood Elementary where he was reunited with his parents. Haney reported to not
knowing either Harris or Klebold, He never heard of the Trench Coat Mafia,
Haney reported that he only heard loud noises on that day and that he saw nothing.

DISOPSITION: CASE OPEN

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HELD. KAMI

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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

Stl'PPLI!lMEN'l'AL UPORT

DefeuClant, Harris/Klebold Docket :llUmher:


Date" May 12, 1999 Case :llUmher: 99A062
Deputy D.A., Investigator: Gallagher M.

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On May 12, 1999 this investigator conducted an interview with


Kami Held, who is a student at Columbine High School. Ms. Held made
the following statements.

Ms. Held stated she was in Mr. Johnson's science class taking a
test. She heard what sounded like people running. She heard what
sounded like somebody was throwing something against the windows.

Mr. Johnson went out to see what was happening. He came back
and told all of the students to get down against the wall. Mr.
Sanders was brought into Mr. Johnson's room.

MS. Held stated she did not see the gunmen nor did she hear the
gunmen talking. She stated the only person she knows who saw the
gunmen was Theresa Miller another teacher.

Ms. Held stated she had school items in her back pack.

Ms. Held stated she did not hear any morning announcements on
the school TV because Mr. Johnson turned off the TV before class
started.

Nothing further.

Information: Kami Held JC-001· 001919


5232 W. capra Pl.

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Littleton, Co.
303-797-1591

Investigator Date

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HELD, KRIST!

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FBI174A-DN-57419
JCSO 99-1625
Investigator: Glenn Moore - Golden Police Department / (303) 384-8080

RE, CONTROL # 33:22


SOURCE: Sgt. Richard Webb I JCSD

LEAD: Interview Kristi Held aIld identify members of her bowling teamscneduled to bowlagainst
Harris I Kleboldl Mortis I Dyl<:e!llllll on 04-20·99, (cross to lead #DN2161).

TELEPHONE lNTERVIEW:
HELD, Kristi (DOB:052581)
5232 W. Capri Place
Littleton, CO 80123
(303) 797-1591
OS-17-99/12:35prn
In this telephonic interview HELD provided a consistent accountas had SABEY.
She also is 00 the team that bowled against the HARRIS / KLEBOLD / DYKEMAN and ,
MORRIS team on April20 lJl, first hour. Shesimilarly provided a list of her classmates
on her team as classmates Carri SABEY, Mike PAAVll.AINEN, and Eddie OLSEN.

HELD also specifically recalls DYKE."v1AN as well as MORRIS bowling that


morning, and that HARRIS and KLEBOLD were absent, and did not see them at all that
day. She also volunteered that she thought MORRIS' flannel shirt and white t-shirt were
not typical for him as he generally wears black. Sheadded that his hair was combed, but
is typically uncombed and generally wears a cap. She said she knew each of these
students on sight by name. She felt MORRIS had beenquieterthan usual that morning,
but thoughtit might have been due to HARRIS and KLEBOLD being absent. HELD
could not recall anyone asking MORRIS and DYKEMAN why H,a.RRIS and KLEBOLD
were absent that day.

HELD then described also being in Mr. MANDEllO's Physic's class with Catri
SABEY. She provideda similar account as SABEY had regarding her observations as
the shooting began. Sbe described SABEY opened the door to the class as students
began running down the hallway. She heard SABEY ask the students why they were
running and their response that there is a shooting or that there was a gun.

At this time she said Mr. MANDEllO directed theminto the adjacent storage room.
A couple of minutes later the teacher in the adjacent classcame in and told themto get
out of the school, They then left through the Science classroom and Tech-Lab, then out
the exit by the Counseling room to the Public Library.
*" New leads generated:
Teacher MANDEllO

*. Existing duplicate lends:


Student Kristi HELD: CN# DN3322
Teacher CRAM: CN# DN2880 & DN3343
Teacher FRIESEN: CN# DN2481
Student Mike PAAVlLAINEN: CN#DN2161
Student Ed OLSEN: CN# DN2071

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HENDERSON, P.

JC·OO 1. 001923
CASE NUMBER 99-7625
SUPPLEMENT REPORT
REPORTING AGENCY: JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S
OmnCE~}
REPORTING OmnCER: S.K. WYGANT l00WV
DATE OF THIS REPORT: 081899
CASE STATUS: OPEN

WITNESS INFORMATION
Control Number 4970
Peter Henderson DOn 101282
8090 S. Upham se, Littleton, Colorado 80123
Phone: 303 979 0662
Student: Columbine High School

INVESTIGATION

On 081799 I telephonically interviewed Peter Henderson. a student at Columbine High


SchooL
Peter told me that the police regarding this incident had not formally interviewed him.
Peter was at school on April 20. 1999. He was in a science class; his teacher was Ms.
Williams. Whiie in class he realized something was going on in the school when students
began to run wildly in the hall and was screaming. He recalled a teacher running intO his
class and told everybody to get down. then she left. Peter could not identify this teacher.
Some students began to find safer places to hide so he went along. He and several
students finally ended up in the Green Room. in the science section.
He and the other students wailed in the room for about three and half-hours until they
were rescued by SWAT. He was escorted out of the cafeteria. then was driven by police
to Clement Park. After waiting at Clement Park for a short period. he was driven to
Leawood Elementary where he was reunited with his parents.
Peter did not know Harris or Klebold, but had seen them on campus before. He reported
to having no prior knowledge of this incident, He did not see the shooting, nor the
shooters he only heard the loud noises.
He said that he thought either Harris or Klebold were talking outside the door he was
hiding behind. He heard their voices.
DISPOSITION: CASE OPEN
HERlVEL, COURTNEY

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Denver Police Department
STATEMEJIT

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Social Security No.

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Summary of Statement:

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I have read the foregoing statement and the facts Cbntained therein are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
do not maintain that it contains ail of the facts Of details of the incident. but onjy tnose facts abour which J have bee
asked.

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF IJ'<-vESTIGATION

Date cr uanscnpncn 6/8/99

Courtney Herivel, date of birth May 6, 1983, 8017 West


Caley Place, Littleton, Colorado, telephone number (3031
933-7243, was telephonically interviewed. After being advised of
the identity of the interviewing Agent and the nature of the
interview, Herivel furnished the following information:
Herivel is a Sophomore at Colu~~ine High School. Her
fifth period class is biology with Miss Williams. The class is
held in Science Room 11. On April 20, 1999, Herivel was in her
fifth period class with Miss Williams. They were approximately
ten minutes into class when they heard students running in the
hallway outside the classrocm. Three or four students ran into
the biology classroom screaming. This group included Elisa
Encinias. Right after the students entered the classroom a male
teacher, possibly Mr. Craft or Mr. Friesen, stepped into the
classroom and told everyone to get down. The teacher then went
back out into the hallway. All the students got down underneath
their tables. The students then began to move to the back of the
classroom toward a door that leads to the greenroom. As Herivel
was moving toward the greenroom she heard three gunshots coming
from outside in the hallway. After hearing the gunshots, the
students all moved into the greenroom.
The greenroom is the closest science room to the stairs
leading down to the commons/cafeteria. The greenrooom has two
doors, one exiting to the hallway known as the Math/science
hallway. The other door leads into Science Room 11. The door to
the hallway was locked. That door does have a window but a
poster had been taped against the window. The greenroom does
have one window that looks out onto the student parking lots.
After all the students got into the greenroom, Miss
Williams closed the door to the Science Room 11. She then leaned
against the door. Herivel was laying on the ground. She
continued to hear gunshots and could feel explosions shaking the
floor. The students in the greenroom were watching their watches
or a clack. Herivel thought the shooting within the school went
on for approximately an hour. They continued to hear gunshots
and feel explosions. Herivel never looked at her watch to put a
specific time on an event. She did hear What she thought was
gunmen walking around outside in the hallway. At one point, she

Inv~tig-il.lion an 5/7 /99 (telephonical


Filel 174A-DN-57419 and Jeffco #99-7625 Dale dictatM 6/3/99
by SA John M. 81 vig/rns Control Number #DN:' '.~'

This document contains neither recommeneaucns nor oonclusiQ[J3 of the FEU It is me property of 1M FBI and is loaned ,
il and its coruems are net to be dislri1'U\ed outside your agencv
JC·001·001927
174A-DN-57419

Continuation of FD~ m of Courtney Herivel


heard who she thought was a gunman
them in here." She's very POS:l.t:l.ve
and not the word "yo". Herivel was
hearing that statement.
Herivel never saw any ~~nmen while she was in her
classroom or the greenroom. No additional students came into the
greenroom after Miss Williams closed the door. The group was
rescued at approximately 3:30 or 4:00 p.m. by a SWAT team.
Herivel did not know Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold. She
did know Robyn Anderson. Anderson sat in front of her in
Accounting class during the Fall semester. Another student named
Pete (Last Name Unknown) (LNUl, possible a Senior, was also in
the class and talked German to Anderson. Pete LNU and Anderson
may have dated.

JC·001· 001928
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CONTINUATION 0
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SUPPLEMENT "
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WjTNESSES:

JEFFREY HOFER., DOB/05-19-84


7434 South Zephyr Court
Littleton,Colorado 8GI28
(303) 972-3703
Student: Columbine High School

LYNN HOFER,DOBIOS-Oi-55
Same as above
Bus: Porter Hospital
2525 South Downing Street
Denver. Colorado 80120
(303) 778-5840

DAVlDHOFER
1785 South Irving Street
Denver, Colorado 80216
(303) 934-4109

INVESTIGATION:

On 5-18-99, at about 1900hours,I respondedto 7434 SouthZephyr Courtto contactand interview witness Jeffrey Hofer. Jeffrev
Hofer's mother, witness Lynn Hofer, was present during this interview,

Jeffrey Hofer advised me that on 4-20-99 he went into the cafeteria of Columbine High School at approximately 1030 hours.
'effrey said he does not have a 4th hour class so this is when he goes to the cafeteria. Jeffrey advised he was carrying his

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backpack. which he described as a blue Jansport with a tan bottom on it. He said he later left this backpack in the Scienceroom
when he ran out of Columbine High Scbool. Jeffrey Hofer showed me on a diagramof the cafeteria at Columbine High School
whichtable he had been sitting at. Jemey showed methat he had beensitting at either table number "W" or table "VV .. This
table is located in the middle ofthe cafeteria fromnorth to south and on the far west end next to the windows of the cafeteria.
Hesaid at the time he was in the cafeteriahe was with the followmg students; Robby Whisher, Chris Whisher, Josh Chavez.Pat
Nevile,Trent Carney. and Jerry Miles. Jeffrey Hofercouldnot recall whichseat he had been seated at nor could he remember
which direction he was facing while seatedat the table in thecafeteria. ] showed a pictureof the duffle bag and the propane lank
that was later recovered in the cafeteria of Columbine High School to Jeffrey Hofer. After lookingat the photograph. Jeffrey
Hofersaid he did not recognize these itemsand did not see the items whilehe was in the cafeteria pnor to the shooting incident.
JeffreyHofer advised me that on 4-20-99 he leftthe cafeteria of Columbine High School between 1105 to I110. and wentto the
second level of the school to his science class

.effrey Hofer advised he was in his science class for approximately ten mmutes when he heard several people running by the
outsideof the classroom and screaming. He said some students ran into his scienceclassroomand advised that they wanted to
hide in this room. These studentsnames ate unknown to Jeffrey Hofer. He said some of the students and/or the teacher asked
them why they wanted to hide in the classroom and they said that someone had been shot outside in the hallway or downstairs

Jeffreyadvised that the students got underneath the desks. as the teacher of his class. Ms. Mosier. locked the doors leading into
andout of the classroom, He saidJUS! prior to the doorsbeinglocked. two more girls ran intothe room and then all the students
sat on the floorat the front of the classroom and hadthe lightsturned off, Jeffrey said the reason why they were sitting in the
fromof the classroom was due to the fact that if the suspects were to look insidethe classroom they would not be able to see the
students who were hiding.

Jeffrey Hofer said he was in this classroom with the other studentsfor approximately three hours before being rescued bv the
SWAT team. He said during this time he heard approximately 20 gunshots that he believed were from a large caliber firearm.
He said he believedthe shots were corning from the hallway in front of his classroom. Jeffrey said he also heard three to four
explosions outside of his classroom,however,he didnot know where in the schoolthey camefrom for sure, Jeffrey Hofer said
that after he was hiding in the classroom with the other students for approximately y, hour to 45 minutes, no other shots were

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heard, nor was there any other explosions heard. Jeffrey Hofersaid that when SWAT rescued them. the students rescuedran
downthe hall to the from of the school and acrossSouthPierceStreetto a school bus that was near LeawoodPark. Jeffrey said
the students got onto the bus and the bus took them to Leawood Elementary School.

Jeffrey Hofer advised me that prior to this incident he did not know who Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold were and in fact said he
had not heard of the "Trench Coat Mafia." Jeffreysaid he probably has seen some of the trench coat students in the hallways.
however. he does not recall doing so. JeffreyHofersaid he does not know of anybody else who may be constructingexplosive
devicesand/orpossessing firearms. Jeffrey Hofersaid on4-20-99 he waswearing a blue Polo shirt, tan shorts. and Midas tennis
shoes.

1asked Jemey Hofer if'be knew what me thought of the day wasover the Rebel News Network (RN'N) on 4-20·99. He advised
me that the thoughtofthe day was something aboutthe date,4-20,and then somethingto the effectof "you wished you weren't
.ere." He said this was in the morning at approximately the 2nd hour ofthe class day. so therefore it was approximately three

classes before the incident took place.

J gave Jeffrey Hofer and his mother. Lynn Hofer. my business card and advised them that if they wanted to see a JCSQ Victim
Advocate they could call me and 1 would make the necessary arrangements for them to do so

DISPOSITION: Case remains open. pending further investigation.

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HOPPE, SUh"NEE

JC..Q01.001935
PROGRESSREPORT
CHS INODENTICONTROL #2176
REPORT BY JACKLYN GEE (ACSO)

On 051299, this Investigatorspoke to a subject identifiedas:

Hoppe, Sunnee
ooa 062081
23 Golden Eagle Ln.
Littleton. Co. 80! 27
Ph# 303·978·1747

Sunnee advised the following:

saw_
That au 042099, Sunoee was in scaool at CRS on the day of the incident,

That within two hours after the incident began. Suenee was at the public library in Clement Park
And walking from the vici11Jry of the lake behind the library, toward the front of
thelibr~

That Sunnee stated that she could not give me tbe exact time that she saw"'cause she has
loS! all concept of time for that day (042099).

That based on tbe direction th'- was walking, Sunaee assumed that be had come from eHS
and thought that was unusual because be is nota student there anymore.

That Sunnee described the clothing


black baseball cap turned backwards.
tba.was wearingas black pants, a tie dye shirt, and a

That when Sunnee was asked if she saw any logo's on_l1a.t, she stated that she didn't not
a
Jagermeisterlogo on it

Tbat Sunnee did not speakto.


recall seeing a logo thar day, although

years and is 100% sure tbar it washe.

That Sunnee did not see_at


usuallywears a black (baseball) cap with a white

that day but Slated tbar she bas

any ather ume on tbat date (042099)


known. for about 6

JC·001·00 1936
Reporting Agency Reporting Officer Case Report No
CONTINUATION 0
SUPPLEMENT X JCSO GALLEGOS 99-7625ZZ
ConnectingCase Report No V~tim Name Onglnal Report Date- This Re;:>ort
CONTROL NUMBER 4596 070199
c, ~ X HOMICIDE OftmK Slatll.i: Opt:n X EXU'Prn.:maliy CJe.n:<J 0 Recommend C~, Review 0
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WITNESSES:

SUNNEE BLAKE HOPPE

303-978-1747

SANDY HOPPE

303-978-1708

INVESTIGATION:

On JUly 1, 1999, I interviewed Sandy Hoppe by telephone, She said that her daughter Sunnee Hoppe, was not at home. She

said that her daughter Sunnee had already been interviewed by detectives who had interviewed. Val Schneer. Sandy Hoppe

id that Sunnee had told the detectives that she had seen . . . . at the school on the day of the shooting, Sandy Hoppe
said that she would prefer that her daughter not be interviewed a second time if it is not necessary

DISPOSITION:

Open

JC-001- 001937

Umt Number Supervisor Initials and Dale Assigned To rage },

1 of 1
l"NtS'NG .... TOR viCTIM SERviCES
HORNBAKER, L

JC-001· 001938
FBI #4-DN-57419
JEFFCO CASE #99-7625
CONTROL #3574

LAURA HORNBAKER
7459 S. Depew St.
Littlelon, CO. 80218
303.978.9293

05/24199, liDO hrs. Laura Hornbaker was interviewed by Detective S.c. Shott #72049
(DPD) at her home at 7459 S. Depew St.

Ms. Hornbaker stated thai she attended her 5 1b period biology class and was in one of the
science rooms when the incident occurred. She said that Mrs. Williams is her teacher and
the classroom she was in is across the hallway from the library. Her class hours were
from l l: 15A.1IIf 10 12:05PM and she is on the B lunch schedule. Ms, Hornbaker staled
thai while artending class (11:20AM-l L25AM), she heard noises corning from the
hallway that sounded like people running. Jason Baer, a classmate, went to the door and
looked out. heard gunshots and saw people running. He alerted the class and the teacher
instructed everyone to duck under their desk. Ms. Hornbaker said that at that time. she
could also hear gunshots corning from some area in the school, She said that after several
minutes under the table. Mrs. Williams escorted the class into the adjoining "Green
Room" where the class hid for approximately 3 hours when the SWAT team entered and
let them OUI. Ms. Hornbaker said that while in the green room, she could hear shooting
and explosions corning from the area of the library, She did not witness any of the
shooting or see any of the gunmen.

Ms. Hornbaker said that she did not go into the cafeteria on the day of the incident and
she did not see anyone bring in a duffel bag of any kind nor did she see one lying on the
floor anywhere. She does not know either Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold personally or by
sight She stated that she was aware of the Trench Coat Mafia and has seen the group in
the cafeteria in the past and they usually congregated near the vending machines.

Ms. Hornbaker stated that she left her backpack in the biology classroom on the floor
near her assigned seat. She described her pack as a blue "Jansport" and it should contain
schoolbooks and papers with her name on them.

Ms. Hornbaker said that she heard from her friends that Josh Ortwine witnessed the
shooung and he was telling everyone that he saw~hooting a gun.

The information control sheet given to this investigator revealed that Ms. Hornbaker
could have been sitting in the cafeteria with Adam Kyler and Garvin Aracili Ms.
Hornbaker stated that she does know either of these students or why Adam Kyler would
say that she was sitting at his table.

JC.001- 001939
HUMMEL, A

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Reponm, Ageocy Reporting' 'meet Case Report No

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AUBREN HUMMELL, DOBI12-OS-83


5595 West LeawoodDrive
Littleton, CO 80123
(303) 797-8673
Student: Columbine High School

PATRlC1A HUMMELL, DOBI03-19-54


Same as above

JOSEPH HUMMELL
Same as above
Bus: 3545 South Tamarac Drive
Denver,CO 80217
(303) 694-2700

INVESTIGAnON:

On May 17. 1999. at about 0900 hours. I responded to 5595 West Leawood Drive to contact and interview witness Aubren
Hummell Hummell's mother.witness Patricia Hummell, was present duringthe interview The interview was in reference to
L'Je shootingthat occurred at Columbine High School on April 20, 1999

Aubren Hummell saidon 4-20-99 she wentto the cafeteria at Columbine High School during the school" 4th hourclass because
she does not have class at that time. She said she did not remember whattime 4th hour starts so she was unable to tell me what
time she arrived in the cafeteria. I showed AubrenHummell a diagram of the Columbine High School cafeteria She showed
me on this diagram where the tablewas located that she sat at, and identified litis table as "LL." Table "LL" is on the east side

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of the cafeteria and approximately in the middle of the cafeteriafrom north to south. Aubren Hummell said this table she sat at
is in row 3 and this is the rOW that is closest to the stairway that leads upstairs to the second level ofCo.umbine High School
Aubren Hummell said she was facing in an easterly direction while seated at this table. She said that she was with the following
other students while in the cafeteria: Lisa Steepleton, Kim Mohrbacher, Dan Mohrbacher, Tyson Knapke, David Schulte, Ryan
Morill. and she said there may have been other students at the table, however, she did not know where any of them sat on that
particular day. Aubren Hummell said while she was in the cafeteria during 4th hour there were approximately 40 people in the
cafeteria.

Aubren Hummell said after 4th hour. she left the cafeteria and went upstairsto the second level of the high school and went into
her 5th hour class (Science class with Mr. Mosier). Aubsen Hummell said while she was in the science room she heard "a couple

of pops" and then she heard the fire alarm go off She said the reacher believed at this time the incident was real because of the
pops heard before the alarm going off. Aubren Hummell said. female teacher (unknown name) told the class, "He has a gun ..
Aubren Hummell said Mr. Mosier told the science class students to crawl on the floor to the hack of the classroom so the suspects
would be unable to see them should they look into the science room. Aubren Hummell said the students did what the teacher told
them to do She said another teacher. Mr Will, who has a classroom next to Mr. Mosier's room. opened the door between the

two classrooms 50 he could watch bothclassrooms at the same time

Aubren Hummell said that bullets (unknown how many) were coming through the door from the hallway to the interior of this
classroom She said Mr Mosier looked at her and said to her. "You'll be okay" Aubren Hummell said the students who were
hiding in this classroom hid for approximately 4 to 4 I/~ hours untilthey were rescued by the SWAT Team She said the students
were directed by the SWAT Team to exit the school by the Englishdepartment door. and the students did so, then ran aWJ) from
the school and crawled through a hole in the fence It was unknown which direction the students ran from the school

I showed Aubren Hummell the photograph of the duffle bag and the propane tank that were located in the cafeteria after the
incident. She said she did not see either items prior to the incident

Aubren Hummell told me she did not knew who the "Trench Coat Mafia" was prior to this. incident She also said she did not

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know who suspectKleboldor suspectHarris werepriorto the shooting, She could not provide any information about the"Trench
Coat Mafia:' Aubren said she does not knowof anybody else who may manufacture explosive devices and/or possess firearms
She said she does not know anyone with a double piercedeyebrow,

ADDITIONAL INfORMATION:

Aubren Hummell told me that while she was in the room hiding, a teacher, Mr. Freizen, came into the classroom with lOIS of
blood on his arms, Aubren Hummell saidthis bloodwas from Mr. Freizenhelpinganother teacher, Mr. Sanders,who had been
shot by the suspects.

Aubren Hummell said she left her backpack, a green/black Northface, on top of a science table when she left the school.

I gave AubrenHummell and her mother, PatriciaH\lI'l\n\eIl, by business card and told them if they wanted to speak to a JCSQ
Victim Advocate in the future to call me and 1would make the necessary ..rrangements for them,

DISPOSITION: Case is open, pending further invesngation,

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•• FOR ORIGINAL SEE;
AGENCY REPORTS;
LITTLETON ,'OLICE DE:!'ARTMEllT ;
MeA, D. A.

SUPPlE~EMTll REPORT ay ~ETECTIVE JICISOW,


1110 contacted •• '/!~II! .as Ooug Johu., •• hiol'91 tuch~r, J.hnson
.d,i"d the f.1l0.i,g,

That h. "I i' scieace ro.. Il, lceat,d at th, s..lhmt c.mr .f lh'
b,ildi,g on Eh. uoper lml,

That h' h'ard nois,s, tn" h,ard sh.ts.

That h' I" , .al. s,hj.ct, ••aring , hl.cl t'shirE, ;'11' to 1'10, thin
h'ild,
That ne assist!d in dra99in~ Oayt Sanders out of onE area and inta a lore
StlClJr~ area.

Th,t Sand'rs .as bl,~di,g fr•• th, •• uth.

Thai Eh••i,d•• .., sh.t •• t i, biologl roo. II,

That other Emhmi Th.m, Imer. and li'h long ,I,. mi,t,d .itO
lO,i,g suders.

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JEFFBRSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFPICB

SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT

Defendant: Harris/KLebold Docket Number: ). n t.;


Date: May 3, 1999 Case Number: 99A052
Deputy D.A.: Investigator: Gallagher M.

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On May 3, 1999 this investigator conducted an interview with


Doug Johnson. who is a science teacher at Columbine High School. He
teaches in science room number three. Mr. Johnson made the
following statements.

Mr. Johnson stated on April 20, 1999 at fifth hour which


commenced at 11:15 A.M., he was giving his students a test.

Mr. Johnson stated he heard what sounded like someone throwing


tennis balls against the windows on the Dutside. He stated he went
over to the windows out he did not see anything. He looked down
towards the cafeteria and saw kids come streaming out of the
cafeteria. He thought that it was some kind of senior prank.

Mr. Joh..'"lson stated he walked back towards the front of the


classroom to have a seat. As he was looking out the window to the
west he saw teachers Richard Long and Teresa Miller formerly Teresa
Lara peaking around the corner looking west.

Mr. Johnson stated he then saw Dave Sanders another teacher.


Mr. Sanders staggered over to Mr. Long and Teresa Miller. Mr.
Sanders had blood allover his face, hands and chest area. Mr. Long
brought Mr. Sanders into Mr. Johnson's science room and laid him on
the floor face first.

Kent Friesen another teacher came into his room and took off
his shirt and put it on Mr. Sanders to help stop the bleeding.

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Another student identified s Aaron Haney, who knew first aid came
over to help.

Mr. Johnson stated he dialed 911 using the science room office
phone. He also went over to Frank Petersen's room to advise him on
the situation. They told the students in both rooms to get down and
stay away from the windows. He and Mr. l?etersen turned tables
upside down to form a wall for the students.

Mr. Johnson stated he and Teresa Miller wrote on a white board


"Bleeding to Death" and placed the board in the window. It was at
this time Teresa told him there were kids in the school with guns.
Mr. Johnson stated he thought there was just one kid at the time.

Mr. Johnson stated he saw a kid who in his opinion was


nonchalantly trying to get in teacher Bev Williams classroom. He
described this kid as being slender 6 foot tall wearing a short
sleeve dark shirt and black slacks.

When asked if he could identify this person Mr. Sanders


stated he only saw the silhouette and could not identify his face.

Mr. Johnson stated he did not know if this kid was a gurl."nen or
a student. When he could not get in to Bev Williams classroom he
went back down the hallway where the gunmen were.

Mr. Johnson stated he then wen through the back doors of


science rooms 4,5, and 6 to go over to teacher Doug Kraft's
classroom. After looking out the north door he did not see anyone.
He looked back towards the north corridor and he saw smoke.

Mr. Johnson stated he still did not hear any explosions or


gunshots. He grabbed a table and put the table behind the door to
block entrance to the room. After returning to his room he went

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back into Teresa's room when he heard a shotgun blast coming from
Doug Kraft's room.

Mr. Johnson stated he stayed in Teresa's room where they heard


more gunfire. It sounded like they were shooting in the biology
room. Someone threw a molotov cocktail and Teresa was ahle to put
it out. They started hearing more gunfire and explosions coming
from the library and commons area. The fire alarms went off.

Mr. Johnson stated they were eventually rescued by a Pol ice


Swat Team.

Mr. Johnson stated he left his coat in the science room. His
coat contained his wallet which had approximately $160.

Mr. Johnson gave this investigator a student enrollment list:.


He also advised the following teachers helped in this ordeal. They
are identified as Doug Kraft, cappi Wyatt, Elizaheth Schenider,
Teresa Miller formerly Lara, Chris Mosier and husband, Kent Friesen,
Mr. Petersen, and Al Cram.

In addition Mr. Johnson told this investigator that one of his


students identified as Chris Epling was dating Nate Dykeman. He
knew Nate Dykeman, Brain Sargent, and Tod Davis were Trench Coat
Mafia members.

Infornmation: Doug Johnson


DOB 12-18-49
14062 W. Cornell Ave
Lakewood, Co. 80227
303-986-0907

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WITNESS DOUG JOHNSON, Columbine High School teacher, 14062 W


Cornell Ave., Littleton, Colorado, (303) 986-0907

INTERVIEWER Agent JERRY W MEAl'<S, Colorado Bureau ofInvestigation, 690


Kipling Street Denver, Colorado, 80215, (303) 239-4211.

DATEITIME OF
INTERVIEWS. June 17 through June 25, 1999

PLACE OF
INTERVIEW Telephone

ASSIGN1I4ENT
SYNOPSIS A packet of interview requests was received from Sargent J.J
'WEBB of the JeffersonCounty Sheriff Department on June 14.
1999 The packet contained a revised list of students and CHS
teacher, Doug Johnsonthat were suspected of being inside Science
room #3 at the time of the shooting. This report contains a
synopsis ofthe interviewsthat were conducted with the students on
the provided list The Reporting Agent was advised to reference
all student lead sheets under the room teacher lead number. The
main lead sheet for CHS teacher, Doug Johnson is #4440

A phone interview was conducted with CHS teacher Doug


JOHNSON on June 24, 1,}99 JOHNSON was in his summer
horne in Grand Lake, Colorado at the time of the interview
JOHNSON stated he was in science room #3 when the shooting
incident started He Slated his class of students had been taking a
test for approximately 10 minutes when he heard a couple of
muffled sounds from the hallwayarea outside his classroom He
looked out the south windows of the room and saw several
students running south from the cafeteria area He saw no people
wearing trench coats or dressed in black clothing, and he stated
there may have been a police car outside, but he did not remember
JOHNSON opened his classroom door and saw CHS teacher
Teresa MILLER hiding along the wall looking towards the library
He thought there was son of high school prank going on A few
seconds later he saw CHS teacher Dave SANDERS staggering
down the hallway towards his classroom He stated SANDERS
was then assisted to his classroom doorway by MILLER and CHS
teacher, Rich LONG He stated SA.,"<'DERS was covered with

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blood and appeared to be missin. s. ,.eeth He originally
thought SANDERS had been attack, 'y a lone student with a 22
rifle or something like that JOHNl':' 11'1 stated SANDERS came
.into SCI-3 (science room #3) and collapsed onto the floor
JOHNSON stated he had all the kids in his class move to the back
ofthe room, and get down He stated several of the students began
administering first aid to SANDERS. JOHNSON stated
SANDERS said nothing that he heard JOHNSON stated he went
to 5C1-2, west of his room and tipped several of the tables over to
make a wall. JOHNSON stated he went to the phone and
attempted to call 911, however, the phone was busy JOHNSON
stated he made a small sign on a dry erase hoard stating "one
bleeding to death" and had a student hold it up in the window

JOHNSON stated he then looked out into the hallway a he saw a


male he described as 5·9 to 6-D tall, 160- PO pounds stooping over
slightly in the hallway He stated the male he saw in the hall had
no hat, a black tee shin, black pants, and was not wearing any type
of coat JOHNSON stated he did not see the male with any
weapons and did not get a look at his face He stated the male was
acting very calm, unlike everyone else he had seen in the school
since the incident started He stated the male was looking into the
window of SCI-l JOHNSON stated CHS teacher FREEZAN
came to SCI·3 for a moment and then left to get some help
JOHNSON stated Teresa MlLLER was now on his classroom
phone trying to get some help JOHNSON stated he warned to try
and get around behind the male dressed in black he had seen in the
hallway so he went through the common access doors from
classroom SCI-3 to rooms SCI-8 and 9 While JOHNSON was in
SCI-g, CBS teacher Doug KRAFT'S room, he stated he looked out
into the hall a saw smoke coming up from the commons area He
stated there were kids in most of the rooms he went through to get
to room SCI-9 He told all the kids to stay down and stay quiet
JOHNSON stated after seeing the smoke in the commons area he
decided to go back to hIS room He stated he made sure KRAFT'S
classroom door "1lS locked and he left through the back access not
the main hall IOl-ll'SO\,; Slated as soon as he left the KRAFT'S
class, SCl-8. he heard a blast coming from the north door ofthat
room One or two minutes later JOHNSON stated he heard a
second blast from the area where he had come from, SCI-2 & 3
He knew the bad guys were In that area so he got down with the
students m room. SCI-9. and kept them quiet JOHNSON stated
KRAFT may have seen a bad guy, but he was not sure

After being in S(I·9 for approximately 'iz hour to 45 nunutes


JOHNSON stated called Teresa MILLER to check on SANDERS

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and the students in that area. He stated MILLER and the students
were watching the TV with the sound muted and she was letting
him know what was going on JOHNSON stated the swat team
came through the classroom doors at approximately 3 25 p m He
stated he and the students he was with were escorted through the
commons area and then to Clement Park

Several ofthe students from JOHNSON's classroom were


interviewed and the following is a synopsis oftheir statements

Lead #4455 CHS student, Michael Kennedy ROTOLE, DOB 09/18/82, 8938
W Brandt Dr , Littleton, Colorado, (303) 933-0094 Mike
ROTOLE was interviewed at the school on June 18, 1999 Mike
ROTOLE was with his father during the interview and walk-
through ROTOLE stated he was in Doug JOHNSON'S class
when the incident started on April 20, 1999 JOHN SONS room is
SCI-3 He stated they had just started class and were
approximately !O minutes into a test when he saw CHS teacher,
MILLER come to the SCI door and speak to JOHNSON
ROTOLE stated JOHNSON went out into the hall and then carne
right back in ROTOLE stated he heard one loud boom and
several shots He stated JOHNSON told the students, "get down,
get down", and everyone got down towards the back of the class
He stated he looked out the south window and could see kids
running out the south COmmons doors, and several cars were
driving out ofthe lot He stated he did not remember for sure if he
saw Officer Neil G..>JU)NER, but he did see a Jefferson County
Police car in the lot

A few minutes later ROTOLE saw CHS teacher FREEZAN enter


classroom SCI·3 from the hallway He stated CHS teacher
SANDERS came in to the classroom directly behind FREEZAN
and imrnediatelv fell to the floor ROTOLE stated FREEZA.,"I and
CHS teacher MILLER were trying to assist SM'UERS ROTOLE
stated he heard SANDERS ask tor help

ROTOLE stated JOHNSON made a sign that stated "one bleeding


to death" and ROTOLE held it up in the window towards the
parking lot ROTOLE stated a couple of students that he did not
know ran into the classroom after SA.,'-I'UERS had come in He
stated a student named Daniel LN-UNK stated there were two men
with trench coats on, shooting people ROTOLE stated he leaned
the sign in the window and got down with the other students in the
room He could hear load boom type sounds and shooting coming
from the commons area ROTOLE stated he thought the lights in
the classroom were'on' He staled MILLER tipped several ofthe

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tables on their sides to make a wall in front of the students
ROTOLE stated SANDERS kept trying to get up, and several
students were taking shirts and applying pressure to SANDERS
wounds ROTOLE stated JOHNSON and FREEZAN Slated were
going to go get those "bastards" and both teachers left the room
ROTOLE stated students,Kevin 8TARKEY and Erin HANSKY
continued to help SANDERS He stated MILLER was on the
phone in classroom SCI· 3 He stated MILLER kept looking out
into the hall and several of the students told her to keep the door
closed ROTOLE stated he continued to hear shots and they
seemed to him to be gettingcloser He stated MILLER looked out
in the hall and told the students to "be quiet they're coming"
ROTOLE stated he heard some banging and pounding in the
hallway and thought he saw two people walk past the SCI-3
doorway He stated MILLER gave the phone to student, Erin
HAl'!CHY and she went into the science storage room to the east
of classroom SCI-3

At approximately I 00 P m ROTOLE stated he heard the last 5 or


6 shots from a gun He stated the sound carne from the library
ROTOLE stared MILLER was back on the phone with police and
she would say "ok, the swat team will be here in 20 minutes, but
they did not come ROIOLE Slated the SWAT team Came in the
room at approximately 2 00 P m., after MILLER made the students
scream so SWAT knew where they were He stated SWAT came
in and made all the students put their hands on their beads. form a
line, and walk out of the room ROTOLE stated SWAT would not
let the students carry SA."TIERS out or stay with him He stated
SA."IDERS was still alive when the students left He stated he has
seen some of the TC\I in the school before, including
KLEYBOLD, however, he does not remember seeing HARRIS
ROIOLE staled they were all led out ofthe school by the SWAT
team, through the commonsarea

Lead #4441 CHS student, Jonathon Freeman BALLARD, DOB 4114183,5506


S Garrison St , Littleton. Colorado. (303) 972-3331 Jonathon
BALLARD was interviewed by phone on June 17, 1999
BALLARD gave a consistent report of the events inside the SCI-3
classroom as the above ROTOLE interview BALLARD stated he
was in Doug JOH};SON'S class when the incident started on April
20, 1999 BALLARD Slated soon after they heard shots the lights
in the classroom were turned off He stated everyone remained
quiet while JOHNSON was gone with FREEZ,,,,-N BALLARD
Slated Jen SMULL stated she saw KLEYBOLD shooting in the
school She told BALLARD that she saw smoke in the room to the
east of the classroom they were in BALL."'-RD stated he kept

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hearing noises in the ceiling area, He stated he never saw the
shooters when the incident started,but he knew KLEYBOLD from
school He staledKLEYBOLD always wore a Boston Red Sox
baseball cap throughthe school BALLARD stated he never met
,HARRlS before, but he had seen several of the students that were
trench coats throughoutthe school year He stated he has never
been a friend with any ofthem BALLARD stated one of his
friends; Erin SPEARsaw severalof the TCM students at Cory
FREEZANS house two days before the shooting

Lead1!4451 CHS student, Elizabeth Anne MULLEN, DOB 4114/83, 5506 S


Garrison St., Littleton, Colorado, (303) 972-3331 MULLENwas
interviewed by phone on June ]7, 1999 MULLEN gave a
consistent report of the events inside the SCI-3 classroomas the
above ROTOLE interview MULLEN stated she was in Doug
JOHNSON'S class when the incident started on April 20, 1999
JOHNSONS room is SCI-3 MULLEN stated they had just started
class and were approximately !O minutes into a test when she
heard two shots from the hallway area She saw CHS teacher,
Jl,1lLLER come to the SCI door and speak to JOHNSON and
JOHNSON went out into the hall for a moment. then came right
back in to the classroom She staled JOHNSONtold all the
students to get down on the floor because someone in the school is
shooting MULLEN stated eRS teacher, SANDERScame into the
room and he had been shot She stated teachers and students were
trying to help him She did not hear SANDERS say anything
MULLEN heard more shooting from the hallway and could also
hear students screaming She stated a few students came into the
classroom from the hallway

Mln.LEN stated the teachers tipped several of the desks over.


students kept helping SA.'mERS. the lights were turned off, and
she could still hear shooting and explosions from the stairwell area
MV'LLEN stated after eHS teachers FREEZAN and JOHNSON
left to get help. CHS teacher MILLER stayed in the room She
stated MlLLER tried to get help from someone on the phone, and
kept looking down the hallway She stated lv[ILLER turned to the
students and said, "they' re coming. everyone be quiet Mt:LLEN
stated she and the other students remained quiet, and she heard
Mil.LER tell CHS teacher WYATT, "I know who they are. they
go to our school" Ml,l.LEJ'i stated she heard the glass break in
the door to the east of their class and she saw some smoke A few
minutes later Ml,''LLE:'J stated MILLER went into the room next
door, and put out the fire with a fire extinguisher

JC-001- 001956
MULLEN stated the TV was turned on but the sound was muted,
so she and the other students were watching the news about the
incident She stated the last two shots she heard were at
approximately 12: 10 or 12: 15 p.m. She stated MlLLER remained
on the phone, SANDERS was still talking, and except for the fire
alarms everything was pretty quiet MULLEN stated she could not
hear what SANDERSwas saying. MULLEN stated she thought a
couple of hours passed and MlLLER kept telling the students the
SWAT team is coming in 20 minutes, but they would not come
MULLEN stated MILLER finally told the students to yell real load
so the SWAT team could find them, so they did MULLEN stated
the SWAT team entered the classroom a couple of'rninutes later,
and made all the kids and teachers put their hands on their heads
and form a line She Stated she and the others were led out ofthe
school through the commons area MULLEN stated they were told
to leave SANDERS, and he was alive when they taken were out of
the area by the SWAT team.

ML'LLEN stated the sprinklers were going off in the commons


area, and the floor was covered with backpacks She stated she
and the other students were led out the west commons door, and
she saw a body on the ground near the bottom of the west concrete
stairs MULLEN Stated she saw a second body on the ground near
the top of the steps She stated both bodies were obviously dead
She stated she and the others were put in police cars and taken to
Clement Park MULLEN stated she did not know either of the
shooters She stated the only people she knew that dressed in dark
clothing were Patrick MCDUFFEE and his girlfriend, Jessica
RUSCH MULLE~ stated she has not seen MCDl}FEE 10 a long
time, and she had never seen him with any type of weapons

Lead #4445 CHS student, Christine N KA1'<"E, DOB 711/83, 6984 W Nichols
PI, Littleton, Colorado,(303) 914-9565 K.'u'lE was interviewed
by phone on June 17, 1999 KANE gave a consistent report of the
events inside the 50-3 classroomas the above ROTOLE
interview, Lead #4455 K.-'u'lE stated while she and the other
students were taking their test, someone knocked on the door She
stated when JOHNSON opened the door she heard 5 or 6 gunshots
from the downstairs cafe KA.'IE stated she and the others got
down on the south side of the room She stated she did nOI hear
M! SA."<UERS say anything when he came in the room, he just
collapsed onto the floor She stated he had been shot twice
KAt'IE describedthe same events as previously documented in this
report concerning the tipped over tables, MILLERS actions, the
lights being off in the classroom, and the glass breaking in the
doorway to the east of their room KANE stated just before the

Jc.o01.001957
glass broke she remembered bearingtbe door handle"jiggle",
KANE stated she did not see anyone with a gun. She stated she
heard Mr. SANDERS stating, "I'm not goingto make it, tell my
daughters I lovethem" KANEalatedit was quiet for 2 ~ to 3
, hours, and she did not hear anymore gunfire She stated the last
shots she remembered hearing were a little after noon, and sounded
like theywere below the sciencerooms.

KANE stated she did not know HARRIS, and bed only seen
KLEYBOLD aroundtbe school a couple of limes, Shestated the
only other student she knew that dressedin dark clothinga lot was
Marla FOUST KANE stated FOUST bung out with someof tile
TCM last year. She statedFOUSTwas very nice, and she never
saw her or any other TCM studentswith weapons.

~7?
Jerry W Means
Agent
Colorado Bureau of Investigation

JC.o01-001958
SC!.3 Classroom. Per",;L
.Ilm:1

Control Num~
<,
Referenced to Control #4440

NOTE. This report contains addition student interviews from Mr. JOHNSON'S classroom.
These students could not be contactedwhenthe original lead sheet was completed
The following list of lead numbers and students should he referenced to the original
classroom lead number of 4440.

Lead #4454- DUSTIN G RISSMILLER, (303) 913-0821


Lead #4458. SARAH F WOOD, (303) 195-1069
Lead #4456- EMILY A SETILE, (303)972·1218
Lead #4442- ALYSA J BERNARD, (303) 948-1273

ORIGINAL
LEAD #4440
WITNESS DOUG JOHNSON, Columbine High School teacher, 14062W
Cornell Ave, Littleton, Colorado, (303) 986-0907

flI.'TER VIEWER. Agent JERRY W MEA."<S, ColoradoBureau of Investigation, 690


Kipling Street, Denver, Colorado, 80215, (303) 239-4211

DATErTIME OF
INTERVIEWS July 14 through July 17, 1999

PLACE OF
INTERVIEW Telephone

The following is a synopsis of the origioallead sheet interview witb Mr, Doug
JOHNSON.

ASSIGNMENT
SYNOPSIS A packet of interview requestswas received from Sargent J J
WEBB of'the Jefferson County SheriffDepartment on June 14,
1999 The packet contained a revised list of students and CHS
teacher, Doug Johnson that were suspected of being inside Science
room #3 at the time of the shooting This report contains a
synopsis of the interviews that were conducted with the students on
the provided list The Reporting Agent was advised to reference
all student lead sheetsunder the room teacher lead number The
main lead sheet for CHS teacher, Doug Johnsonis #4440

JC-001- 001959
A phone interview was conducted with CHS teacher Doug
JOHNSON on June 24, 1999. JOHNSON was in his summer
home in Grand Lake, Colorado at the time of the interview
JOHNSON stated he was in science room #3 when the shooting
incident started. He slated his class of students had been taking a
test fur approximately 10 minutes when he heard a couple of
muffled sounds from the hallway area outside his classroom He
looked out the south windows ofthe room and saw several
students running south from the cafeteria area. He saw no people
wearing trench coats or dressed in black clothing, and he stated
there may have been a police car outside, but he did not remember
JOHNSON opened his classroom door and saw CHS teacher
Teresa MILLER hiding along the wall looking towards the library
He thought there was sort ofhigh school prank going on A few
seconds later he saw CHS teacher Dave SANDERS staggering
down the hallway towards his classroom. He stated SANDERS
was then assisted to his classroom doorway by MILLER and CHS
teacher, Rich LONG He slated SANDERS was covered with
blood and appeared to be missing some teeth He originally
thought SANDERS had been attacked by a lone student with a 22
rifle or something like that JOHNSON stated SANDERS came
into SCI-3 (science room #3) and collapsed onto the floor
JOHNSON stated he had all the kids in his class move to the back
of the room, and get down He stated several ofthe students began
administering first aid to SA."WERS JOHNSON stated
SANDERS said nothing that he heard JOHNSON stated he went
to SCI-2, west of his 100m and tipped several of the tables over to
make a wall JOHNSON stated he went 10 the phone and
attempted to call 911, however, the phone was busy JOHNSON
stated he made a small sign on a dry erase board stating "one
bleeding to dearh" and had a student hold it up in the window

JOHNSON stated he then looked out into the hallway a he saw a


male he described as 5-9 to 6-0 tall, 160·170 pounds stooping over
slightly in the hallway He stated the male he saw in the hall had
no hat, a black tee shirt, black pants, and was not wearing any type
of coat JOHNSON stated he did not see the male with any
weapons and did not get a look at his face He stated the male was
acting very calm, unlike everyone else he had seen in the school
since the incident started He stated the male was looking into the
window of SCl-l JOHNSON stated CHS teacher FREEZA,"I
came to SCl-3 for a moment and then left to get some help
JOHNSON staled Teresa MILLER was now on his classroom
phone trying to get some help JOHNSON stated he wanted to try
and get Mound behind the male dressed in black he had seen in the
hallway so he went through the common access doors from

JC.001-001960
classroom SCI.3 to rooms SCI·g and 9 While JOHNSON was in
SCI·S, CHS teacher Doug KRAFT'S room, he stated he looked am
into the hall a saw smoke coming up from the commons area He
stated there were kids in most of the rooms he went through to get
to room SCI·9 He told all the kids to stay down and stay quiet
.JOHNSON stated after seeing the smoke in the commons area he
decided to go back to Iris room. He stated he made sure KRAFT'S
classroom door was locked and he left through the back access not
the main hall JOHNSON stated as soon as he left the KRAFT'S
class, SCI·8, he heard a blast coming from the north door of that
room One or two minutes later JOHNSON stated he beard a
second blast from the area where he had come from, SCI·2 & 3
He knew the bad guys were in that area so he got down with the
students in room, SCl-9, and kept them quiet. JOHNSON stated
KRAFT may have seen a bad guy, but he was not sure

After being in SCI-9 for approximately ,6 hour to 45 minutes


JOHNSON stated called Teresa MILLER to check on SM'DERS
and the students in that area He stated MILLER and the students
were watching the TV with the sound muted and she was letting
him know what was going on JOHNSON stated the swat team
came through the classroom doors at approximately 3 25 p.m He
stated he and the students he was with were escorted through the
commons area and then to Clement Park

Several ofthe students from JOHNSON's classroom were


interviewed and the following is a synopsis of their statements.

Lead #4454 CHS student, Dustin Graham RISSMILLER, (303) 973-0821


Ref #4440 RISSMILLER stated he was in SCI room #3 when the shooting
OCCUlTed His statement of the events is completely consistent with
other students interviews included in lead #4440, and the above
JOHNSON interview He stated he never saw anyone with a gun,
and denies any previous knowledge of the shooting,
RlSSMILLER stated be has never been associated with any rCM
member

Lead #4458
Ref lead #4454 CHS student, Sarah E WOOD, (303) 972-3331 WOOD was
interviewed by phone on July 14, 1999 WOOD stated She was in
SCI room #3 when the shooting OCCUlted. Her statement of the
events is completely consistent with other students interviews
included in lead #4440, and the above JOHNSON interview She
stated she never saw anyone with a gun, and denies any previous

JC.001.001961
knowledge of the shooting, WOOD stated she has never been
associated with any TCM member

Lead 114456
Ref. Lead #4454 CHS student, Emily A. SETI'LE, (303) 972·7278 SETI'LE was
interviewedby phoneon July 14,1999 SETTLEstated She Wall
in SCI room #3 when the shooting occurred. Her statementofthe
events is completely consistent with other students interviews
included in lead #4440, and the above JOHNSON interview She
stated she never saw anyone with a gun, and denies any previous
knowledge of the shooting, SETTLEstated she has never been
associatedwith any TCM member,

Lead # 4442
Ref. Lead #4454 CHS student, AlysaJ BERNARD, (303) 948-7223 BERJ"<ARD
was interviewed by phone on July 14, 1999 BERNARDstated
She was in SCI room #3 when the shootingoccurred Her
statement of the events is completely consistent with other students
interviewsincluded in lead #4440, and the above JOHNSON
interview She stated she never saw anyone with a gun, and denies
any previous knowledge of the shooting, BERNARDstated she
has never been associated with any TCM member

Jerry W Means
......._ _.n.gent
Colorado Bureau ofInvestigation

JC.001- 001962
JORDAN, PRESTON

JC·001· 001963
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Witness:
Jordan, Preston
6376 South Ingalls St
Littleton, CO 80123
Ph: 303-798·7201

CONTROL NUMBER: 3022

INVESTIGATION:
On 5/11/99, I met with Preston Jordan at his residence reference the Columbine shooting. I asked Preston
if he was in the cafeteria during the shooting and he said, no, he was in the Science room. I asked if he'd
been in the cafeteria at all that morning and he said he had been In there during fourth hour. I asked when
fourth hour was and he said he was there between 10:15 and 11 o'clock. I then showed Preston a diagram
of the cafeteria and asked him to show me where he was sitting. Preston circled table "XX" and marked an
"x" where he had been seated at the table. I asked Preston if while in the cafeteria he had seen anything
out of the ordinary, and he said no, he did not I asked if he had seen any duffel bags in the cafeteria and
heo~id, "no". I asked if he heard any shots from the cafeteria and he said "no". I asked Preston to tell me
wh, ad happened that day. Preston said after he left the cafeteria he went to his fifth hour class, which is
Science. He said he had been in that class about 10 minutes when the door of the classroom opened and
he heard shots fired and a "bang". Preston said the teacher from the adjoining classroom had opened the
door between the classrooms and at that time he heard screaming and another "loud bang". Preston said
at this time the class ren down the Science hallway to another door. When they got to the door someone
slammed the door of the classroom and yelled "they have guns". Preston said the students then went back
to the Science room and locked the door. Preston said that they stayed in the classroom for approximately
four hours, until the SWAT team was able to get them out of the room. I asked Preston if he heard any
shooting while in the classroom and he said yes, he heard numerous shots and explosions. Preston said
that While In the Science room there was a bullet that came through One of the walls and through a poster
hanging on the wall. I asked Preston if anyone was hurt during this and he said "no". I asked Preston how
many bombs he heard while he was in the Science room and he said he believes aporoximately eight and
that each one shook the floor. Preston said he heard "a lot of gunshots". I asked Preston if he ever saw
any of the shooters, and he said no, he did not. I asked Preston if he talked to anyone who knew how many
shooters there were or who they were and he said, no, he did not. Preston said that he heard from an
upper classman that the shooters were shooting "jocks" Preston said that he played some Lacrosse for
Columbine and always wears a Lacrosse hat. He said that he took the hat off, so the shooters would not
know he was a "jock", if they came into the Science room. I asked Preston if he knew who Eric and Dylan
were and he said, no, he did not, until this happened I asked if he had seen any of the Trench Coat Mafia
on Monday or Tuesday. He said on Monday he remembers seeing a stecent silting at the Rebel corner,
we,,';ng a black trench coat, a black beret, combat boots and a pair of black army pants. I asked if he could
de, oe this student and Preston said he was approximately 5'10' and had blonde hair and that's all he
knew

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I asked Preston if he had left anything in the cafeteria and he said 110, he had not, but he did leave his
backpack in the Science room. I asked what type of backpack and he said It was a blue Nike bag. I asked
if he had seen or talked to any of the Trench Coat Mafia on MOI1day or Tuesday and he said, no, he did not.
i asked if he had heard anything from anyone about anyother suspects, bomb making or buying of guns.
Preston said no, but he did hear a rumor that there was approximately 50 shooters. I asked what he was
wearing that day and he said bluejeans, a blue tee shirt and a bluedress shirt. I asked Preston if he knew
anyone with a double pierced eyebrow and he said, no, he did not. I asked if he remembered hearing any
unusual announcements prior to the shooting and he said, no, he did not. I asked if he could provide any
further infonmation regarding the Trench Coat Mafia and he said no, he could not. I asked Preston if there
was anything else he could tell me that would help my investigation of this case and he said he couldn't
remember anything eise at this time. but that he would call me if he remembered anything. I gave Preston a
businesscard and told he and his parents to call me with any furtherinformation. At this time the interview
with Preston Jordan was concluded.

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KANE, C

JC-001- 001967
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SvPPLKMENTAL RlPORT

Defendant. Harris/Klebold Docket Number.


Date. May 13, 1999 Case Number. 99A062
Deputy D.A •• Investigator, Gallagher M.

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

On May 12, 1999 this investigator conducted an interview with


Christine Kane in reterence to the above case. Ms. Kane made the
following statements.

MS. Kane stated she is a sophomore at Columbine High School.


She was in Mr. Johnson's science class taking a test when the she
heard somebody scream. It sounded like people were running. Then
she heard a lot of gunshots.

Mr. Sanders another teacher came into their science room and he
was cevered in blood.

Ms. Kane stated she went to look outside through the windows
and Mr. Johnson her teacher teld everybody to get down. Mr. Johnson
lett the room.

Ms. Kane stated she never saw the gunmen. However, there was a
boy in Mr. Petersen's class Who told her that he saw a person in a
white T shirt throwing bombs up on the roof. Ms. Kane stated she
did not know the boy'S na~.

Ms. Kane stated she had her school books and a calculator in
her back pack which she left in the science room.

Nothing further.
Jc.o01.001968
Information: Christine Kane

1
Doa 7-1-B3
6984 W. Nickels Pl.
Littleton, Co.
303-933-7224

Investigator Date
JC-00 1- 001969
KANE, P

Jc..o01.001970
CASENO' _

Denver PolleeOepanm,/\
STATEMENT
o PeI'S(ln advl_

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f have read the foregoing statement and the tect« contained Iherein are true 10 the /;Jest of my knowledge and /;leliel. I
'0 not maintain that it contains a!/ 01 the lac!s or delaUs of Ihe incidenl, buf only those facts about which I have been

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JC-001- 001971
PROGRESS REPORT Contn)I~UD1ber: 1083
CASE TYPE: HOMICIDE
CASE NUMBER: 99-16215
PAGE 1 OF2
INVESTIGATOR BRICE MOOMAW

On 05-()4..99 at about 1100 hrs., this Investigator responded to 9431 E. Hialeah PI. and
contacted:

KANE, PATRlCKDYLAN
DOB: 07"{)8-82
Home Phone: (303) 933-3023

Kane related he was in his scienceclass, the one closest to the ballway. Ms Williams was
the instructor. 'They heard nmning in the hallway and went to the door to see what was
happening. They thought it was possibly a senior prank. Kids were nmning upstairs and
said there was a kid with a gun. Thenthey heard gunshots.

'The whole class then went into the green room. Ms Williams was with them. 'There were
some other kids that ran into their room from the commons. There were three to four of
these kids in the room.

'The teacher was up against the door and the door to the ball was locked. 'They stayed on
the floor and did not say anything. This Investigator asked Kane if he ever heard anyone
outside the room yell anything? Kane heard one guy yell, "I want to die today." Kane
never saw any body outside Or anyof the shooters.

Kane did hear the bombs going off and possibly the cops shooting. He said the cops
shooting was more systematic instead ofrandom.

This Investigator asked Kane if he knew the suspects and he said not personally. He saw
them around the school. He previously had heard them referred to as the "Trench Coat
Mafia." When one of the girls from the commons ran upstairs, she said it was them. She
said she saw a few guys in black trench coats. This Investigator asked Kane if he knew
this girls nameand he said no.

In regards to the second period, this Investigator asked Kane if he heard anything different
over the announcements. Kane stated he is in photography during the second hour. It is
noisy in that class and he was possibly in the dark room.

Kane indicated most of his friends were in the cafeteria at the time and ran out right away.
After about two to three hours in the room. they heard the shooting stop then the SWAT
team coming.

This Investigator asked Kane how he knew it was the SWAT learn and he replied they
heard someone yelling to get their shields up. Some kids then yelled to the SWAT team.
After the door was opened, they walked downstairs and went out through the cafeteria
door by the kitchen.

JC.Q01- 001972
PROORESSREPORT Control Number: 1083
CASE TYPE: HOMICIDE
CASE NUMBER; 99-16215
PAGE20F2
INVESTIGATORBRICE MOOMAW

The kids were instructed not to touch anything. Kane said there were two dead people
outside. Once outside, they were patted down.

Kane related when they went to school yesterday, all the kids got with the teachers they
were with during the incident. Kane indicatedMs. Williams would know the names ofthe
other three kids. Kane related the suspects never attempted to enter the room that he was
aware of.
CON1ll0L l'fllMBER: ~

WITNESS: PATRICK DYLANKANE.OOB: 1N32. Sludc:m. 9431 W Hialeah Pl LllIIclDn. Co.


80123,303-933-3023

INTERVIEWER: Agent SCOTT MUNDlNE. Colol'll.do Bweau of IlM:Sligatien, 690 Kipling. DeDvcr.
ce, 303·239-4211
DATE: 4120199

PLACE OF INTERVIEW; 8 _ t (lIIrlting lot Northof CoI_ High ScltooI

1'llll !lI:pmtini A&em (RA) was one of ""'""""'" LawEIIft>~ porsoll1ld assiJllCd l/) i.oleMew
studemli hclng brou&ht out of lho scbool ill DPD pmtOI cars. KANE was illlm'icwcd aIIll !ll:3lCd.lho
l'ollowmg; !hat be Wll$ in Biolo&yclass at lho time oflllc incidall wbcn he bam! someonesay "gun".
KANE said !hat he and _ other stlIdenl$ hid ill. storagI: lCOIIl.. He denied seeing lIlc "bid guy-$" but
bam! someone illsido lho scbool sbou1!hat it was lho bIaoI< tmIdl ooat. JPIYS
KARAKUSIS, P

JC.001- 001975
Arvada Police/Court System Page 1
Arvada Police Department 05/17/1999
NARRATIVE

Ret # 99-12067 Reported Date Q4/20/1999 Time 12,39,32


Type )\.SSTO)\. Status RTF
Location 5201 S PIERCE S~

DET56 05/17/1999 crS1399/E~

JCSD 99-7625
CONTROL #3225

On May ~l> 1999 Investigator Duane Eaton of the Arvada police


Departmenc was assigned investigative lead #3225. The source
listed for this information was Karen Joyce~ McMahon, whose
affilia~ion was listed as Jefferson County Sheriff's Office victim
advoca~e, The narrative portion of the form advised that Columbine
High School student Pamela Karakusis was at Columbine High School
on April 20, 1999. The source advised chat Karakusis could
identify a third shooter involved i~ the incident. The narracive
also advised that Karakusis was very fearful about talking to
invesciqators and fears for her safety because of the Trench Coat
Mafia -Investigator Eaton was assigned the task of interviewing
Pamela Karakusis.

On May 13, 1999 at approximately 1130 hours, Investigator


Eaton met with Pamela Ann Karakusis (DOB 04/02/84) at her
residence, 6302 West Cross Drive, Lakewood, Colorado. Also nresent
during ~he interview was Karakusis' mocher, Barbara Karakusi~ {DOB
Q3/22:,!S2}. Said interview was conducted in che living room of the
Karakusis residence.

Ka~~k~sis advised Investigator Eaton that she is a ninth grade


studen: at Columb~ne High School and ~hat th~e is her first year
attend~n2 columbine High Schoel. She advised Invest~gator Eaton
that she was not acquainted with or ever socialized with Eric
Har=is and Dylan Klebold She advised Inves~igator Eaton that she
had never heard of them and would not even have known them by
sight. She advised that she had never even heard of the Trench
Coat Ma':la

On April 20, 1999 Karakusis advlsed Investigator Eaton that


she arrived at school at approximately 0735 hours She advised
that he= mother dropped he~ o:f at schoel. She advised that her
:irst hour class was a comp~ter class with teacher Mr Stoklen.
She adv~sed tha~ her second hour class, which she believes began at
apprQx:mately 0825 bour~, was an Engl:sh =~ass which was taught by
Ms Haggard. She advised that third hour class began at
apprcx~mately 0925 hours and that was a math class taught by Ms.
Layman and that fQur~h hour class beginning at approximately 1020
was French class taught by Ms, Lutz She advised that this is her
only class in which there would have been students other than ninth
grade~s She advised that she believed there were juniors and
senicrs in this French class Inves~:gatar Ea~Dn asked Karakusis
if she waS aware of any Trench Coat Mafia members and/or associates
in this class or if anybody in this class wore trench coats or
clOthi~g associated with the Trench Coat Mafia. Karakusis advised
I~ves:lga~or Eaten that al~ the persons in her French class dressed
very nlcely and ra~her preppie. She did not recall any persons
wearing trench coa~s in French class.

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$' Page 2
Arvada Police Depa n 05/17/1999
NA.1<1<ATIVE
,~==========~==~=======~======

Ref # 99-12067 Reported Date / "999 Time 12,39,32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST

DET.6 05/17/1999 051399/EATONiKK

Karakusis advised that her fifth period class was Earth


Sciences and she believed that her classroom was science room #6.
She advised that that teacher of this class is Mr. Will, Karakusis
does not know Will's first name. Karakusis advised that at
approximacely 1120 to 11~5 she heard a loud explosion outside of
the classroom, She advised that the teacher jokingly made a
comment about Mr, F'riezen Hprobably blowing something up in the
chemistry lab," Karakusis advised that this explosion was llreally
loud. II She advised that the expf cs Lcn made evezryone in her
classroom jump and it sounded as if it was close by. She advised
that the explosion shook the walls and the floor. She advised that
she heard students scream~n9 outside of her classroom. Karakusis
advised Investigator Eaton that at this point, she believed that
the explosion might be part of a senior prank.

Karakusis advised Investigator Eaton that there was a second


explosion shortly after the fi~st She advised that the second
explosion was not as loud as the first and that the fire alarms had
still net activated. She advised a~ this point the classroom
teacher ordered everybody to leave and exit the building as they
wou~d for a fire drill, She advised that ~he teacher told them all
to exit the school through the ca£eteria which is the fire exic for
that pare of the bUilding She advised that at this point the
teacher advised that he feared che school was blowing up
¥~rakuais advised that as she ex~~ed the classroom, the hallway ~n
the scie~ce room was already jammed wi:n students. Karakusis used
a red ink pen to mark a map of the school showing where she
believed she was and how she at~empced to exit the school and how
she eventually did exit the schoel

Karakusis advised Invest~gatcr Eaten that due to the number of


students in the hallway of the scie~ce area, she was unable to exit
the appropriate direction and teok another hallway into the main
hallway She advised that she followed the other students exiting
the building and went down t~e stai~Nay f~om the upper leve~ to the
lower level cafeteria area Ka~ak~s~s advised that the stairway
was very crowded and she was ab~e to make it co the lase landlng or
la~ding closest to the mai~ floo= of the cafeteria. She advised
that or. this land~ng there ar~ rai:i~gs and you can see into the
cafete~ia area Karakusis advised :hat there were a lot o~
students at the top of the sta~rway attempting to ge~ down the
stairwell She advised that there were numerous students
screaming. Karakusis advisee that she dld not recall hea~ing any
gunshots or any more explosions wh~le she was at~ernpting to ey.~t
the builciing through the cafece~:a

Karakusis advised Investigator Ea:on that while she was on


this last landing before descendin~ the stairway onto the main
floor of the cafeteria, she heard what she believed to be gu~shots
corning from the cafeteria area She described the gunfire as "a
lot of shots very steady" She adv i aed t.ha t; more e e coenc s began
I

to sCream and sca~~er l~ a~l directicns Karak~sis advised

JC·001.001977
PIRNARR Arvada police/Court System page 3
Arvada Police Department Q5/17/B99
NARRATIVE

Reported Date 04/20/1999 Time 12:39:32


Type ASSTQA Status R.TF
~ocation 6201 S PIERCE ST
nET66 05/17/1999 051399/EATON/KK

Investigator Eaton that ahe did not observe any suspects ehoocing
in the cafeteria area but only that she heard gunshots and believed
tha~ they were being fired in the direc~ion of the stairs. She
advised that she believed she heard shots hitting areas of the
stairway. Karakusis advised that all the students on the stairway
began running upstairs in an attempt to get away from the
cafeteria.
Karakusis advised Inves~igator Eaton that as she got to the
top of the stairs on the second level, she heard what she bel~eved
to be gunshots coming from the hallway in front of the library.
She advised that she is absolutely positive that there was gunfire
coming from the hallway in front of the cafeteria. She advised
that she is positive that the gunfire ~as being direched towards
the hallway near the sc~ence area due to the fact that she heard
clanking sounds and believes it was b~llets hitti~g the lockers in
the hallway. Karakusis advised :nves~igator Eaton chat she did not
see any suspects shooting fi~earms and that there was too much
commotion and students pushing and shoving for her to really see
what was taking place.

KarakuSkS advised Investigator Eaton that at this point she


began fcllowing othe~ studen~s back into the hallways near the
science area Karakusis advised tha~ she came in contaCt with an
older male who she believed to be a teacher at the school. She
advised that th~s teacher had what appeared to be blood on his
clothing_ She advised that she la~e~ saw this person at one of the
church memor~als and he adv~$ed her :hat the blood on his clothin9
was from teacher Sanders, whom he had helped move out of the main
hallway Karakusis advised that thlS ~eacher directed her and
other students back into the sc~enCe area and pushed he~ and others
into a small of:~ce!s~orase room i~ the science area She advised
that she cannot recall exactly where ::'is racm is but that it had
science supplies, desks, dir~ and a sink in it, She advlsed that
this teacher pushed her i~to the ~ocm with 1: other students and
two tcache~s. Karakusis advised :~ves~igatc~ Eaton that the only
persons she could recal: be~ng i~ t~is room w~th her was teacher
M~ Will, Brittany Berry and Sa~a A::ison. Karakusis described
Allison as a sen~or who was tQ have beer. In choi= class at this
time but had come ~nto ~h~ science area to wcrk on a school
project:
Karakusis adv~sed Investiga~c~ Eaton that she believed she and
the c~her students entered chis storage room/of!ice at
approximately 1135 tc 1140 She advised cha~ they a:l stayed i~
this room until apprcx~macely 1600 hou~s when they were rescued by
a SWA~ team She advised that s~e a~c the o:he~s in the room tried
to stay q~iet so that the suspec:z wo~ld nct locate them She
adv~$ed that she was sltting near a male studer.: whose name is
u~known who told her tnac he was very knowledgeable about guns.
She advised tha~ this male $t~dent was describing wha~ kind of guns
he believed were being fired by wha: t~JPe of sounds they were

JC-001- 001918
PIRNARR Arvada Police/Court System Page 4
Arvada Police Department 05/n/l999
NARRATIVE

Ref 11 99-12067 Reported Date 04/20/1999 Time 12:39:32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE £T

DET66 05/17/1999 051399/EATON/KK

hearing. Karakusis advised Investigator Eaton that his rambling


began to bother her and scare her and she moved away from him.
Karakusis advised tha~ while they were hiding in the storage room,
she would occasiona~ly hear students screaming and then gunshots
followed by quiet before she could hear more gunshots. Karakusis
advised :hat at one point, which she believes was approximately
1220 to 1230, there was approximately 10 to 15 minutes of qu~et,
She advised that this period of quiet was followed by two to four
gunshots and then complete silence. She advised that she heard no
more explosions or gunshots until the SWAT team evacuated them from
the school.

Karakusis advised Investigator Eat~n that one of the teachers


in the room kepc telling her and the o~~er students that the room
was locked and not to worry. She advised that she did not believe
this to be true due to the fact that t~e door opened aut and that
when they were rescued by the SWAT team, the SWAT team had not had
to force the door open but just pu~leci i~ open. Karakusia advised
Inves~igacer Eaten that as the SWA7 ~eam made entry into the room,
they asked all the students if any of t~e suspects were h~din9 in
the room w~ch them and searched all the studenLs for weapons, She
advised tha~ they were then taken out ~~rough the school to an exit
that exited onto Pierce Street,

Karakusis advised Investigator Eaton that a friend, cassie


Sadusky f9;1-01S7} told her thaL she had been in the cafeteria when
the inc~dent bega~. Karakusis advised :nvestigator Eaton that she
believes he~ friend Saausky may have hac a chance to observe a
gunman ~n the cafeterla as she was atce~ptin9 to take refuge in a
cafeteria restroom, KarakU$~6 advised Investigator Eaton that
Sadusky advised her thac she did net recognize the suspected
shooter as anyone that she was ac~ainted with It should be noted
that Invest~gator Eaton has filed a~ i~vest~gative lead in
reference Sadusky
Karakusis advised Investi9a~or Eaton that her soccer coach,
Peter Hcr7ach, advised he~ and o~h€r$ that at One point he had been
i~ the main office portion cf the schoo: building and advised that
SOmeone had b~en in the ma~n of=ice area shooting a gun
Ka=akusis advised Investigator Ea~on that between the end of
fourth period and the beg~nning of f~f~~ period, she had hurried
into the library in order to locate a~ Eng:ish bock she needed to
f~nish an assigr~ent. She advised thar she could not recall the
name of the book, Karakusis advised that she spoke with the
librarian about the book though she ca~~ot recall the librarian'S
name She advlsed tha~ the librarian told her to come back later
during the day and she would attempt to locate the book for
Ka~akusis Karakusis advised Investigator Eaton that while in the
libra~y, she was net paying at~ention to her surroundings due to
the fact that she waS i~ a hurry to make it to fifth period class
She d:d advise, however, tha~ while ~n the llcrary she did net

JC_001.001979
PIRNllRR Arvada Police/Court System Page 5
Arvada Police Department 05(17(1999
NARRAtIVE

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


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST

DET66 05/17(1999 051399(EATON(KK

notice anything OU~ of the ordinary or anyone acting euapicio~sly.

As Investigator Eaton concluded the interview with Karakuais,


she advised Investigator Eaton that she is adamant and is posi~ive
that there were at least three shooters involved in the assault at
columbine High School. She advised that though she did not see any
of the shooters, she positively believes that there were three
shooters.
It should be noted that Karakus~sJ mocher, Barba~a Karakusis,
had suspicious activity informacion for Investigator Eaton and that
information will be included in a separate report. Investigator
Eaton concluded the intertiew with the Karakusisee at approximately
1222 hours.

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KELLOGG, MEGAN

JC-001· 001982
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT 1 '1 ,RY'S OFFICE

SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT

Defendant, Docket N1.uDber,


Date, 5-3-" Case N1.uDber' 99A062
Deputy D.A., Investigator, J.Burkhalter

**********+******************* •• ************************************

Megan Kellogg, dob 5-23-83 Control # 1579


7504 S. Platte View Dr.
Littleton, CO
Ph. 303-972-1167

This investigator met with Megan and both her parents at her home.
This interview was due to a follow up lead sheet.

Megan stated she was upstairs in the Science area with Ms. William's
class. They heard screaming and one boy, Jason or Justin Eaer, went
into the hallway to see what was happening. They returned to the
classroom and yelled: "run". About 25 students and Ms. Williams
went to the storage room of the classroom and shut the door.

Megan stated she grabbed Alicia Encinias and went into the storage
and got into a huddle.

Megan stated she heard gun shots coming from the hallway and one of
them sounded big and loud like a big gun. She stated other shots
sounded small and she could hear them hit the lockers in the
hallway. After a while the shooting stopped.

Megan stated she heard someone in the hallway and it sounded like
they were on the stairway between the cafeteria and library. The
person yelled: "I'm going to kill you all." She then heard someone
going down the hallway of the science classrooms.

Jc..o0 1- 001983
Megan stated the time lapse of shots seemed about one hour apart.
She thinks they started up again from the library hall or downstairs.

Megan stated they stayed in the storage room about 3 1(2 hours and
they could hear the swat team coming from the science hall area.

Megan also stated the storage room had two doors covering their
glass doors with posters. The hallway door was locked and the
classroom door didn't have a lock.

Megan stated she didn't ever see the suspects and knows them from
seeing them in the school halls during passing from class to class.

Megan stated she felt the explosion vibrations on the library wall
side in between gunshots.

Megan further related how she heard the fire alarm before she ever
heard any gunshots.

Megan also related that her friend, Alicia Encinias told her she,
Alicia, saw Joe Stair in the cafeteria prior to the shooting. Megan
stated she didn't see Joe Stair.

Meg~~ stated she hasn't talked to the press.

Meg~~ left her backpack in the science class room. She stated it is
a Eddie Bauer, black with her school parking receipt with her name
on it in the front pocket. ~er house keys with a Hawaiian key chain.

The interview was concluded at this time.

Date

2
KILLINGS,VORTH, E

JC-001- 001985
pago_ _ of_ _ Pages Ca.e No, _
Denver Police Department
STATEMENT
Makin9 5u.tt\rrn,nt i$:
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Zip COOl'

Sodal S&curtty No. IDate of Birth: Serial No,


City County Stat~ ljp Code

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J have read the ,':oregoing staTement and the facts contained therein are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I
do not maintain that it contains aJi of the facts or derails of the incident, bur only those facts 800Ut which! have been
asked.

Jc.0 01- 001986 I~I~II~ 11111 III!1111 ill!


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KOTTER, M.
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JC-001.00 1988
Repornng Ag;ncy Reponing OfFcff C~R~l'tNo
CONTINUATION 0
JCSO GALu:;n 99-1625RR
SUPPLEMENT
COfmecting Case Repon No
X
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>--_. Date Th!s Repon
062899
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Damag.e.;j

WITNESS:

MEGAN RENEE KOTTER, DOB} 032681

8497 S. Upham Way

Littleton, CO. 80128


(303) 948-6450

INVESTIGATION:

On June 23, 1999, I spoke to Megan Kotter by telephone. I asked Kotter ifshe could tell me what she remembered about the

incident at CHS Kotler said that she had been in her 5 hour class with her teacher Mr Manuellc She said that she heard

gunshots and saw and heard people running down the hallway. She said that she and the majority of her class were able to run

Jut of the classroom and out of the school.

Kotter said that she heard some explosions as she was running out of her classroom, but did not hear anything after that because

the fire alarm went off and It was very loud. Kotter said that she ran out of the school and ended up in the smokers area. She

said that she had to climb over the fence and ran to Clement Park. KOller said that she then ran to the Columbine library Kaner

could provide me with no additional Information.

DISPOSITION

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JC-001· 001990
PageL of_-!-_ Page. I
Denver Pollee Department
, .•,8 llast, First, MidQle InithllJ
STATEMENT
Making ~tatement is: ~

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1have read the foregoing statement and the facts contained therein are true to the best of my knowledge and betiet. 1
do not maintain that it contains all of the facts or deUnls of the incident, but only those facts about which I have been
asked,

ClAM
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Time Statement Comp~eted

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ARVADA POLICE DEPARTMENT

. CRIME REPORT 99-12067

DET. JOHN DOLL

INVESTIGATIVE REPORT

JC-001- 001992
PIRNARR Arvada Pclice/Ccurt System Page 1
Arvada Police Department 04/26/1999
NARRATIVli:

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


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST
04(23(1999 042299!DOLL!SH

!This nar=a~ive connects to Jef=erson County CR#99-762S}

On 04/20/99 at approximately 1145 hours, IO (Det. Doll) was


advised of shots being fired at Columbine High SChoel, 6201 S,
Pierce St., in Jefferson county. 10 was later advised chat several
police af=icers had exchanged gunfire with at least two gunmen and
there were also repor~s of explosions, possibly from explosives
carrled by the sU$pec~s. This information was obtained by IO from
television repor~s and other officers who were relaying what they
had heard being broadcast by wa7 of television and radio

At ap9roxima:ely 1315 hours, IO was told to re$pond to


Colurr~ine Rlgn School to assisc of=ice~s the~e wich the
inve5~igat~or. IO, De~ Boat~ight, and Ofc. B=ian Thompson left
the Arvada Police Depar:~ent together at approximately 1325 hours.
TO was aware that De~ec~ive$ Greubel, vonderohe, and Sgt. Creager
we~e a:so responding t~ the a~ea. 10 was told to go to Cleme~t9
Park Loca t ed at acnroximatelv BcwLe s l;"ve. and Pierce St . wher-e the
command post had b~e~ escab:lshed 10 arrived there at
approximacely 1405 hours Ie joi~ed other officers in the area of
the ccmmand pose to await his ass~gnment, IO was ul~i~ately asked
to assist w~th the incerviews of witnesses that were being
evacuated =rom :he school

A: app~oximately 1507 hours, IQ rne~ Deidra Jay Kucera (DOB:


03/27/83) who had JUSt exited a J~ffe~50n County police vehicle,
After obtain~n9 identification, IO asked D. Kucera to explain what
hac happened 10 notes D Kucera was visibly upset In her
i~~tia: 5ta~eme~~, she saic t~at she was in her biology clas$
taf.~ng a test, when s~e ~eard s~nshcts and an explosion. She saw
st~de~~s t=y to a wc~~ded tea~her and D Kucera and o~he~
stude~ts rema~ned ha~=icacied in ~hei= classroom for three hours
before be~ng evac~ated

D Klice~a had appea~ed tQ have calmed by this


~ct~ng t~at
poi~~, :0 told DKucera thac TO wished co ask a few de~a~led
ques:~cns a~c~: ~he inc~ds~: and ~ K~cera agreed to answer lO's
q~es~~cr.s When asked to esci~ate ~~e~ t~e inc~dent started, D.
Kucera said it was approx~mately 1120 hours She recalls this
because sne wa~ taking a ~est in her 11:5 biology class She had
jusc ~carced tak~ng the test when she heard the fighting and
gu~S~otS ~he~ asked whe~e thiS c~as5 was loca~ed, D Kuce~a sa~d
~~ 15 i~ t~e sc:ence ha:: i~ ei:her room S or 10 She said she is
i~ M~ Pe:e~so~'s c:ass

IO asked C Kucera tc desc=ibe the fighti~9 she heard before


~he g~~s~cts D Kuce=a recalls hea=ing males yelling at each
ether A: this point, Mr. Peterson le=L the classroom, apparently
to he~p cor.~=ol what sounded like a fight in the hallway. D.
xccere heard a female teacher yell, "stop" and she then heard a
gu~S~ct and ~hi5 teacher ran into the classroom next to D. Kucera's
c::'a ss:,,;:;om She then hearc a loud "beom" which shook the floor and

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PIRNARR pxvada police/Court System Page 2
Arvada Police Department 04/26/1999
NARAATIVE

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


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST

DETS 04/23/1999 042299/DOLL/SH

set off the fire ala~ms

D. Kucera describe~ her classroom as having a common door with


the classroom ~r~t the female teacher had r~n to. This teacher,
whom D. Kucera dces not know t but describes as wearing a bright
orange shirt, entered D. Kucera's room by this common door and told
che students to gec down. She closed their hall door and then left
for her classroom.
D. Kucera heard numerOUS gunehocs that sounded very close
She said all of the initial gunshots sounded like they were fired
from inside the schoel. She late: heard gunshots that sOw~ded like
they were outside of the building.

After the female teacher returned to the adjacent classroom,


D. Kuce~a saw tcache~s car=ying another teacher into this reom
also This teacher had been shot a~d D. Kucera thought he was shot
on th~ arm. Male st~de~ts used thei= t-shirts to t~l to stop the
bleeding and to make the wounded ~eacher comfortable, The
remaining students huddled in a ccr~er on the floor and another
teac~er helped erect a barricade with tables. When aSked who these
other teachers were, D, Kucera only knew the name of Mrs Wyatt,
who remained w~th the wounded teacher D, Kucera only knows the
wounded t e ache r as being the "keyboa::::ilng" teacher. D. Kucera said
they waited i~ the reom for three ~ours before be~ng evacuaced by
the police.

When asked i! D. Kucera saw ar.y of the shooting or who was


dc~ns ~~e shoot:ng, she said she d:d net. She said, however, that
some cthe~ $~ujents ehough: t~ey saw someone ou~side of the
classroom door, b~t t~ese subJects die noe enter and D. Kucera did
not see who these people were

D Kucera mentioned that her mo~her had paged her. ro gave D.


Kucera a ce:l tel~phcne and she was able to speak with her mother,
Ka=e~ Stair, tc advise her she was alrig~t. 10 then asked D
Kucera ~o write a brief sta~emenc abou: what she saw and heard and
tc $~gn ~n~s s~ateme~t. D. Kucera d~d this, fiuishing the w=itten
statement at approximately 1531 ho~~s. IO then escorted D Kucera
to th~ nor~h e~d of the wes~ parki~g lot of Clements Park, where
other students and teachers were waitlng to speak with Victim
Advcca:es and to go home 10 cancucted no addi=ional interviews at
t!:l:f.$ time.
JEFI!'BRSON COmrry DISTRICT "

StIPPLBKll1n'AL REPOIL

Defendant, Harris/Klebold Docke t litUIIII:>er'


Date, May 7, 1999 Case litUIIII:>er' 99A062
!leputy !l.A., Investigator, Gallagher M.

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

On May 7, this investigator conducted an interview with


1999
Deidra Kucera, who is a sophomore at Columbine High school. Ms.
Kucera made the following stataments.

MS. Kucera stated she did not hear any thing unusual or see
anything on the school TV on April 20, 1999 the day of the sheoting.

Ms. Kucera stated on April 20, 1999 she was in Biology taking a
test. Mr. Petersen was her teacher. At approximately 11: 20 A. M.
she heard yelling in the hallways. It sounded like two boys were
fighting.

Ms. Kucera stated she heard a female teacher yell stop. This
female teacher then came into the biology room and took Mr. Petersen
out in the hallway.

Ms.Kucera stated she heard a loud explosion that shook the


ground. The fire alarms went off and all the students started
running for the door.

The female teacher told everyone to get back in the classroom.


There was someone in the school with a gun. The female teacher told
them to get down on the floor.

Ms. Kucera stated the students in Mr. Petersen's class joined


the students in Doug Johnson's class. Both classes were told to
move over to the Corner of Mr. Johnson's room.
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Ms. Kucera stated they were in the same room with Mr.
Sanders. However, she could not see Mr. Sanders because they had
tables around him.

Ms. Kucera stated later on when the students were turning


tables on end she was able to peek out a crack of the room and she
saw someone trying to get in the room. She saw a fire with smoke in
the hallway. She did not know the person.

Ms. Kucera was asked i f any of her classmates could identify


this person. Ms. Kucera stated Jen Smull. and another girl named
Aarron said they could identify this person.

Ms. Kucera was asked if she knew Eric Harris or Dylan


Klebold. Ms. Kucera stated she did not know Dylan Klebold. She met
Eric Harris one time. Eric Harris parked his car next to Zack
Heckler and Zack introduced her to Eric.

The interview was conclude.

Information: Deidra Kucera


DOB 3-27-83
7327 W. Fremont Drive
Littleton. Co.
303-948-6915

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