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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE


MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

I 1. Have them mark where they were sitting, their routeout of the buildingand whom
they were with (if known) ?

12. How did you exit the building? Where did Y,ou go w~ you got out and what did .t-
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13. Do you use the Internet? rt so, what is your screen name? Do you have an ICQ
(aka: Is;:) ~u I similarto a chat line)account?

14.Do you knowanybody with a "doublepierced eyebrow" ?


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15.Did you see or hear any unusual announcements prior to the shootings? Do you
know what the "Thought of the day was" over the Rebel News Network (RNN) ?
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16. Can you provideanyfurtherinformation on the members of the Trench Coat Mafia?
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L.AKEWOoo POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
,>ORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 05-0N~9
OFFENSE: AOAlCOLUMBlNE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCEI JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON2910, FBI: 174A·DN-57419. JCSO: CR#99.7625, TEAM 4,
CAFETERIA WITNEsses, COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL

SUSPECT:
ERIC HARRIS
DYLAN KLESOLD

WITNESS:
1. ALLEN, JENNY, W/F, DOB: 02-12-84
7135 South Polo Ridge Drive, Ultleton, CO 80128, 303-979-5402
Mother: lorieAllen, 7135 SouthPoloRidgeDrive, Utlleton,CO 80128,303-979-5402, work: 303·979·5402
Father: RickAUen, 7135 SouthPolo RidgeDrive,Littleton, CO 80128,303·979-5402, work: 303-488-4601

INVESTIGATION:
On 05-07-99 at 0945 hours I Interviewed Jenny Allen in the presence of her mother at her home. Jenny
slaled that her mother drove her to schoolthe morningof Q4..2Q.99 arriving at 0715 hours. Shestatedsheentered
the schoolthroughthe main entrance. She did not noticeanything unusualgoing on outside, She statedshe has
fourth period off as an off hour and used it to study in the cafeteria. She stated she entered the cafeteria
approximately at 1015 hours and entered from the stairway. She stated maybe a third of the tables were full,
holdlng approximately 65 kids, She stated a lot of them come and go throughout the hour.
Jenny stated she did not know who HARRIS and KLEBOLD were, would not recognize them, and didn't

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at a table with Dawn MUirhea(lindSey Dowlin{Lindsey (last name unknown), and Melissa Lo~~~'She stated
she didn't notice anything unusual around the cafeteria. She stated during fourth hour she went to the Rebel
Comer Store and got a snack. She stated the bell rang at the end of fourth period and she went upstairs to her
science class.
Jennystatedthat it was in her scienceclassthat herteacherheardtwo pops. She statedshe wasn't aware
of the noise until the teacher mentioned it, Then the fire alarm went off. She stated her teacher, Mr. Moiser,told
the class to get out. She stated the kids in the class slaMed to go west in the hallway but they were met by kids
coming their way who yelled at them to get back, They heard gunfire and explosions. She stated they went back

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LAKEWooO POUCE OEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
'>ORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856 '
\lICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 06"()7·99
OFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCEJ JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON2910, FBI: 114A-DN-51419, JCSO: CR#99-1625. TEAM 4,
CAFETERIA WITNESSES, COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL

to the science room which she indicated on the attached diagram and hid underthe tables, She statedthat they
werein the classroom for perhapsthree and a half hoursand didn'tget out until after 1600 hours. Shestated the
SWAT teameventually got her class out. She stated during thestay in the room, anotherteachercamein looking
for a fll'St aid kit. She stated that the explosions shookthe floor and she could tell they were close.
Jennystatedshe remembered the thoughtfor the dayhaving to be with '420" She statedanother girl told
her that it was an indication to bring marijuana to school and use it. She also said the thought for the day had
something to do with "I know you guys don't want to be here.'
At this point Mrs. Allen stated her family usedto live at 8002 South Vance Street, across the streetfrom
Brooks arown. Mrs. Allen stated a year to a year and a half ago while liVing on SouthVance Street, Mrs. Brown
came overto tell Mrs. Allen about a kid to be on the lookout for. Mrs.Brown had a yellowsticky paperwith a kid's
name on il, his desoription, and a license plate number. Mrs. Brown was very intent on telling Mrs, Allen to be
lre of this kid that was violent. dangerous and apparently making bombs. She asked Mrs, Allen to call the
police immediately if she were to see that car out in front of the Brown's house, Mrs. Allen could not remember
the kid's name.

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INTERVIEW WITH JAMi AMO


Sn2 W. IDA DR. #334
Littleton , Colo.
797-4894

On 4-26-99, lnv. Raker did conduct an interview with Jamie Am at their residence, and Am states that
she was in iine to get her food a person known to her as Chris Markum came in the west door yelling
'1here's a guy with a gun,get down!"
Am then sat on the floor,heard shots and then she observed a white male in a white t-Shirt outside
the windows but did not see gun and was unable to provide a description.

Amos then ran to the auditorium hallway and got into the elevator and took it to the 2"" floor and
linee the 2'" floor was full of smoke took the elevator back down to the 1~ floor and then ran to the
auditor!urn,

Am did hear gunshots but never a saw a gunman.

Am did leave her backpack in the lunchroom at table 55 or DD and that the pack is gray and black

Am states that she had been in the cafeteria since 10:30 until the shooting started and that she never
observed any unusual duffel bags,people or events.

The interview was concluded at this time.

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SUPPLEKBNTAL REPORT

Defendant, HARRIS/KLEBOLD Docket Hulllbe:r:,


Date, MAY 9, 1999 Case Hulllber, 99A062
DepU.ty D.A., Investigator, DOYLE. l?J

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FBI CASE 174A DN-57419

WITNESS CONTROL NUMBER 2582

JCSD CASE 99-7625

Reporting investigator. l? J. Doyle. is a commissioned peace


officer employed by the District AttOrney in the First Judicial
District serving Jefferson and Gilpin Counties. I am currently
assigned to assist in interviewing witnesses from Columbine High
School.

On May S. 1999 I spoke with Julie Jo Anderson. a Freshman.


DOB: 5 10 84
7539 W. Portland Ave.
Littleton. CO
303 979-9421
Mom: Karen Anderson Work: 982-6240
Dad: Thayne Anderson

Julie told me the following:

She went to school all day On the day of the incident. She
went to all of her regular classes and went down stairs to lunch.
After the bell rang, she was in the cafeteria for about 13 minutes.

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She talked to her friends and went outside. She put her baok pack
down outside, by the doors of the cafeteria (by the windows). She
walked back in to the oafeteria, got in line, and bought lunoh. She
was waiting for Tiffany Sharpley (no other info. available except
that Tiffany has a twin brother, Chad.) to pay. She heard one pop
from the stair area. Someone yelled they have a gun. A janitor and
Mr. Sanders were yelling for every one to get down. She went under
a table with Dustin GortOnv(797-3613), a boy named Brett, Greg
Garoia~ girl named Kristen, and some other kids.

She heard gun shots. She oouldn' t tell where the shots were
coming form, inside or outside, or where. She oouldn't see
anybody. She saw people getting up and running toward the stairs.
There were too many kids running up the stairs for her to run to the
stairs. She ran to the ki t chen . There were two Lunch ladies.
Everyone duoked into one of three rooms. She was in the bathroom
with 6 boys, Dustin, Brett, Fletcher and three other boys she
doesn't know.

She said that she heard something like little explosions, four
of them. About 20 minutes later she heard someone in the ceiling.
She said it sounded like the ceiling was going to break. As they
were walking out of the room, a kid fell through the ceiling. The
force shut the bathroom door. She didn't know the kid who fell
through the ceiling, but said that he was blonde, and she's since
seen him on the news. She thinks his name may be Nick Foss. She
said that she left the bathroom when she heard the ceiling noise.
She went out the kitchen door, along where the vending machines are,
and out the door by the faCUlty lounge. She got behind a car with
SWAT members. They had her run to a police car and then jump a
fence and then she went to another police car.

Julie never saw the shooters.

Diagram of cafeteria and team four interview guideline


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Supplemental Rep<>rt
JCSO 9'/·7625 I FBI174A-DN·57419 I CONTROLNUMBER: 42
Investigator Dan Pfannenstiel I West Metro Fire I 303-9894307 Ex1ensloo 530

0. April21, 1999 at 1000 hoursI met with Kim Anderson and her mother, Janet Lee. at 7289 West
ChestnutDrive in Littleton. Colorado for the purpose of an mterview.

Kimprovided the following .information about the Columbine High School incident, whichoccurred on
April :0, 1999:

Kim got OUt of mathclass at I J; to a.m, and immediately went to her lockernear the main entranceof
the school. She stated!barthis is her typioalroutine

Kim stated that she then wentback to rile math ball and met with Jamie Klement (913-8978).woo she
routinely eats lunch with.

Kim stated that theyboth walked down the stair, and ill to theCommonsarea of the cafeteriaat about
II: 15 a.m. She Slated that :bis is rounne for her and Jamieand that she is fairly sure about tne time.

Kim stated that theywalked towardsthe kitchen Ilrea and mes west. She identified the table. at which
sbe wassitting and included the travel route into the cafeteria. The table was Identified as DD on the
FBI evidencediagram.

Kim stated that she was facing the northwest and that the following were sitting at the table when she
got there- Lori Reynolds. Elin Hoffman [female) and Elizabeth [unknownlast name). She stared thot
Jamie Klement Went to the kitchen. area and entered into the kitchen by the west door

Kimstatec rearshe waseating GoldfishCrackers, a Kudo', bar and a V-8 drink. She stated that she
was wearing a black and gra}' mini-skirt and a white shortsleeveshin. She staredthat she normally
waitsfor Jamie 10 return before she eats and therefore. she was"shakingup her V·8" drink

Kimstated that she had ber black.Jaasport backpackwith a leather bottom with ber, She stated <hal
ber German and business noteswere in the backpack. as wellas Jamie Klement's ID Card

Kim staredthat "everyone started to get up near the windows (west)". which usuallymeans "that there
is a fight or somerhing". Kim Stated that at about the sametime Mr. Sanderscame "out of the teachers
lounge and yelled 'get down, get down' and he had J. terrible look on his face", Kim stated mat Lori.
Elizabeth. Erin and herself all "got under the table"and that everyone in the cafeteria was saying"oh
God. on God

Kim stated that SM "everyone near the windows Started comingtowards them (east)" and that she
beard whar she [bought was "firecrackers" She described them as "bang, bang. bang, bang" She
stated that the noises werecoming from the "~sr door near the teachers lounge". She stated that she
did not see any of the "shooters"and did no! hear anybody say anything"other than yellingand
screaming".

Kimstated that she thought. based on the noiseof the guoshots, that the "shooters were comingin the
west door".

Kim stated thet she started (0 "scoot behind a trash can. which was tight behind her (east}". She stated
tharshe "scooted until she got to the middle of the cafeteria(betweentable designation GO and FF)
and then got up and run towards the stairs" She stated mat she"ran up the stairs and went left
(oppositethe direction of the Library) and then past tileScience hall" where she eventually"ran out the
door by the Math halland over to Leawood Park"

Kimstated tharshe did not see the "shooters" in the cafeteriaand did not see the "shooters" in the hall
as sae exited.

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Supple_tal Repurt
JCSO 99-1625 / FBI114A·DN·!141' / CONTROL NUMBER; 42
Investigator Dan Pfannenstiel/West Metrn Fire / J03..98ll-431l7 Exmru;lnn S30

Kim stated th.t silodid not noticeany "largeduffel bags in the cafeteria"and did no' "see anybody
bring lIl1y big duffel bags in to the cafeteria", Silo stated thet "there were• lot of backpacks on the
table. and some on lhe 11"""," but ootbing that "seemed bigget than normal",

Kim stallld lhat silodid eor knowthe suspectgunmen(Harris or Klebold) and in fact. nevereven heard
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of themprior the newscasts after the incident.

Kim srated that sbe "has never beam lIl1ytbing about theTrench Cos, Mafia", nor 11as sbe "ever really
seen anybodywalkingaround the scbcol with trenchcoats on",

Kim stared that her boyfriend,Joe Sorenson (303·932·23481 address on South Harlan). told her
recentlythat I1e (Joe Sorenson) knewEric Harris Sorenson apparently told Kim 'Ilat the Senors of
1998 named "the, group theTrench CoatClan" wllicb later became Ille"Trench Coat Mafia",

Kim stated !hatsbe did no, I1ear anybody talk abourguns or bombs prior to the tncidentar CHS.
I gave Kim Andersen and her mothermy businesscam should they need to h••e • contactregarding this
incident Included with this report is thediagramthat Kim drew her location.entrance into and exit out of
the cafeteria.

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Sarah Marie Anderson, DOB 07/21/1983, 7600 South


Kendall Boulevard, Littleton, Colorado, telephone (303)979-3266,
was interviewed at Saint Philip Lutheran Church, 7531 South
Kendall Boulevard, Littleton, Colorado, in the presence of her
parents, Gary Anderson and Mary Arenas by Special AgentlSA) Ricky
V. Wright regarding the incident that took place on 04/20/1999 at
Columbine High School. After being advised as to the identity of
the interviewing agent and the nature of the interview, Anderson
provided the following information:
At approximately 11:10 am, Anderson got out of Math
class, taught by Mr. Bundy, and proceeded from the Math area with
her friend Danielle Stanek, and went down the main hallway
directly to the cafeteria. Once in the cafeteria, Anderson set
her bookbag at the Lunchr'oom table (marked DDD on diagram
sketch), got her lunch, and returned to her table. Anderson
remembers that Danielle Stanek, Samantha Roman, Tina Shabez, and
Sara Ryan were also sitting at her table. Anderson was sitting
at the table facing east.
Anderson had been eating for approximately five minutes
when she saw four or five boys rJn in the cafeteria from the exit
by the teachers lounge. They were yelling that someone was
shooting. Everyone in the room got under the tables. Anderson
could hear what sounded like explosions. William Sanders and
some janitors were running around the cafeteria telling the
students to stay down. Everyone in the room stayed under the
tables for two or three minutes. Anderson remembers hearing
glass in the cafeteria break and saw someone dressed in black
outside the cafeteria doors by the teachers lounge. When the
glass started breaking, everyone climbed out from under the
tables and began to run in all directions.
Anderson ran in the bathroom on the northeast corner of
the cafeteria and stayed there for two Or three minutes. There
were a few other girls in the bathroom, but Anderson did not know
who they were. Anderson and the other girls left the bathroom
and went with Mr. Andres and a group of students into the
auditorium. The group went through the auditorium and out the
auditorium's north exit. Anderson then ran east down the main
hall toward the main entrance and then north down the hall by the
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counselors office and post-grad center and out the exit behind
the gymnasium. As Anderson ran down the main hall she noted that
the windows on the doors at the main entrance to the school were
shot out. Once outside, Anderson joined a large group of about
250 students outside the entrance, who had stopped in front of a
4' high fence. Anderson waited in the group for a moment until
someone said they saw one of the gunmen. Then everyone started
climbing the fence. Anderson and many of the other students then
ran to Clement Park.
Anderson did not remember seeing any large duffle bags
sitting in the cafeteria. Anderson did not know Eric Harris,
Dylan Klebold, or any of the other members of the Trenohooat
Mafia. Anderson has since heard rumors that a former member of
the Trenchcoat Mafia, who had graduated last year, was at the
school that day. Anderson only knows his last name is Stair.
That day, Anderson was wearing white shorts, a plum-
colored turtle neck tank top, and sandals. Anderson left a black
book bag, brown wallet, and gray Express jacket in the cafeteria.
A description of Anderson is as follows,
Race: white
Sex; female
Height; 5'41'
Hair; blonde

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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUPPLBMBHTAL REPORT

Defendant. Il<>eket N'Wllber,


Date, May 18, 1999 Case N'Wllber, 174A-DN57419
99-7625
CN 3337
Deputy tl.A.: I~ve.tigator. Lauck

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Tyler Andex-son
6510 W. Caley Pl.
Littleton, CO., 80127
720/283-9214

CHS student,cafeteria witness

On amy 17, 1999, this investigator met with Tyler Andex-son at


his residence. Present during the intex-view were his parents, Lynnea
and Clark Anderson.

Tyler advised that he entered the cafeteria at approximately


11:10 a.m. a~r his fourth hour Spanish class. He said that he and
John McMaster sat a table at the far west end of the cafeteria. He
was shown a sketch of the cafeteria and indicated that he and John
had been at the table marked "W." He stated that he noticed nothing
unusual in the cafeteria at that time. He advised that he went to
the counter, got his lunch and retux-ned to his table. After what he
thought was about five minutes, he saw a number of students stand up
and look out the west windows. He said that he also sood up and
could see a student laying on the ground outside the west door. He
said he then saw Mr. Sanders in the cafeteria and he was telling all
of the students to get down. He advised that he and John hid behind
some folded tables and while hiding heard what sounded like
gunshots outside. He said he heard ~~fire a few minutes later which

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sounded to be coming from the upper level of the school and was
mixed in with heavier, louder explosions. He believed the explosions
were coming from right above his location as dust from the ceiling
was falling on ym: He advised that a student known to him as
ANTHONY SAMMAURO walked into the cafeteria from the southwest door
and picked up a backpack from the top of a nearby table and walked
away he said he did not see where "Tony" went. He said this person
was very calm - or at least appeared to be.

Tyler stated that sometime later, there was a big explosion in


the cafeteria and he could see a large fire coming from an area by
the kitchen counters. He said that he and John went out the
northwest door, nearest their location and crouched down against the
building. He stated that from there, he observed injured students on
the ground. He said Sean Graves was laying close by as was a girl.
Tyler said he saw Lance Kirkli~sit up, holding a hand to his face,
and then fall back to the groU!ld.

Tyler advised that he and John ran to the adj acent parking lot
and hid briefly behind a car. He said they saw a police officer who
motioned to them to run toward him. He said they ran west across the
grass and lit police vehicle pulled up and they got in. They were
transferred to another police vehicle and were driven over to
Clement Park.

Tyler believes that while he and John were in the cafeteria,


shots were being fired in their direction. He said he heard bullets
stiking nearby.

Tyler stated that he did not kIlow Eric Harris or nylan Klebold.
He said he heard of no rumors relating to this incident or talk of
any kind which would have indicated a situation like this was going
to occur.

On the day of this incident. Tyler was wearing khak i, pants, a


white Denver Nuggets T-shirt and a brown cap.

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TEAJ."\1 FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

I, Didyou evorsee tile (WQ·l~ duffel bag, ill t!:l<o cafereria ? rIO

2. Old you see onyoae ~g or in the possession oftltose dufl'e! bap, at apreviOllS lime? ,v!/'r

3. Old you see Eric HlIr:is orDylm Klebold .itllcr on Monday afTuesday? Wbat"""" tbey doing? Ail>
Wbat did tIley ,ay' Weretiler \Villl anyone else ?

6. Didyou seeor talk to :my of t!:l<o Trench COal: "lafia. memIle:r:s OIl Monday? Tuesday? Howabout tile
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9. How did you leave tilecafeteriaor t!:l<o boilding? Whax were rlle events that Illllli= you "",vo? (t ~'~ r-
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II. Have tbem llllll"k where rlley were sittiDg, their route Out of tile building and whom rlley werewith (if V
known) ?

12. Howdid you exit t±!e buUdiDg? 'Where did you go ween YO\1 gOt out and what did youseeon the It E(Q,....."-
outside of tile building?

@Do you use the Interne,? If 30, what is your sereea name? Do youhavean ICQ (aka; r seek you! .......-
similar to • chat line) 3000llllf ?

ei Do you know anybody with a "doublepierced eyebrow" ?


IS. Did you see or bear :my unusual announcements prior to the ,hoodllgs? Do you knowwhattho
"Thought of tileday was" 0"'"
t!:l<o RJ:boJ News :-;etwatk (R.'lN) ?

16. Can youprovide any_ inlortoalioo 00 t!:l<o lJ:lllmllm of rlle Trench COat Mafia ?

11. Askthe patellt3 if theldda have wid them anything else? Dlffereot?

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LAKEWOOD POL.ICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL. REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL. DATE OF REPORT: 04-27-99
OFFENSE: AOA/COL.UMBINE HIGH SCHOOL. TASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFPS OFFICE

SUSPECT:
ERIC HARRIS
DYLAN KLEBOLD

WITNESS:
INFORMATION CONTROL. NUMBER: 1022, FBI: 174A·ON-S7419, JCSO: CR#99-7625, TEAM 4, CAFETERIA
WITNESSES, COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL.

1, ANDREWS, PAUL EDWARD 008 05-10-52, WIM


6530 West David Drive, Littleton, CO 80128.303-979-1732
Mother: Andrews, Linda, 6530 West David Drive, Littleton, CO 80128,303-979-1732, work 303-982·3737
Father: Andrews, Ed, 6530 West David Drive, Litlleton, CO 80128,303-979·1732. work 303·592·6070

INVESTrGAT10N:
On 04·27-99 at 1000 hours Detective McGlynn and I interviewed Paul Andrews in the presence of h.s father
at his home. Paul stated he drove to school in the morning of 04·20-99 and parked in Clement Park He stated
he did not know KLEBOLD or HARRIS. not even by Sight He stated he did not know any of the other mernoers
of the 'trench coat mafia" but recognized them as being members just by the way they dressed He stated he did
not see any of the TeM, ("trenCh coat mafia") members that morning at school Paul stated he gol out of h.s fourth
period class at approximately 1110 hours He staled he immediately wenl to the cafeteria and had been sitling
down for five to ten minutes before the commotion began He stated he entered the cafeteria by coming down
the stairs, He stated he brought his lunch and he indicated on the attached diagram which table he sat at He
also listed others that were siltihg at the same table Paul slated he did not see anything unusual In the cate.era
He stated the cafeteria was packed wilh kids and many of them had their backpacks With them He s.a.ec :"a'
he had a blue Jansports backpack thai had papers and a notebook Inside He also had a while tuxedo shirl ano
a Tl·186 calculator, a math book and a Spanish book, as well as two notebooks in his backpack
PaUlstated that he noticed everybody started to stand up from thetr tacles and look out the west windows
At this time he thought there was a fight going on outside, He then saw Mr. Sanders by the west cafeteria exit

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JC-001· 002341
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL OATE OF REPORT 04·27·99
OFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCEI JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFiCE

door, Mr. Sanders yelled for everyone to get down He stated that everyone got down under tnerr tables He
stated that they were under the table for approximately 30 seconds when kids began to panic He stated that
everyone started to run toward the stairs, He stated he left hiSbackpack and ran toward the kitchen area hopping
over the lunch line (counter), He stated he looked around as he headed toward a storage closet In the back area
of the kitchen. He stated there was a washing machine in this closet On the attached diagram, Paul Irsled the K'OS
that sat at his table as well as the other people that went into this storage closet with him He stated that there
were 18 people in the storage closet when they closed the door, which he descnbec as a SOlid door He stareo
during this time they heard continuous gunshots and expiosrcns outside of the closet He stated that tMy were
inSide the closet approximately one and one half to two hours DUring this time the gunshots and exptosicns
continued at random He stated that there was a shotgun because he recognized the noise that it made when
being fired, He stated the shotgun was not fired as much as the other gunfire
Paul stated that after they were In the closet for approximately 30 rmnutes they heard Tony s voice ovts.ce
:hey recogmzed Tony'S voice because he is the head janitor In the school They opened the door and let Tor,
in and at this time they noticed a lot of smoke outSide In the kitchen area Paul stated the storage Close, was
getting very hot and stuffy during this time. He stated he they could hear more commotion gomg on above them
with bombs going off or bookshelves failing on the floor. He stated he remembers three bursts of gunshots
apprOXimately three-quarters of the way through thiS stay in the closet. These were very distinct and loud. He
stated they also heard others knocking on the door and they did not know who it was. The voice said. "Greg and
Kristin I know you are In there". The person outside the door then slipoed a school 10 under the door, bearing the
name of Brett Kislalnic. No one recognIzed the voice and one of the occupants In the closet. a male teacher, did
not allow the door to be opened. ApprOXimately five minutes later they noticed a ceiling tile above them being
moved. They leaked up and saw that it was In fact Brett Kislalnic. Brett did not come down into the closet but
stayed up In the ceiling.
Paul stated Tony had a radio which they were able to learn that a fire truck was coming around the building
to rescue them. Paul stated that Tony turned the radio's volume low and instructed everyone to get down and
cover their heads They were warned via the radio that they would hear knocking on the door and that would be
Denver Pollee coming to rescue them. He stated the knock on the door came and Denver Police were there
They led them out of the closet into the faculty lounge. A window in the lounge had been broken out and they had

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JC-001· 002342
LAKEWOOD POI.ICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL. REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COI.UMBINE HIGH SCHOOL. OA OF REPORT: 04·27-99 rs
OFFENSE: AOAlCOLUMSINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCEI JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

to step up on an officer's back to get out of this window and then were directed by officers where to run to
Paul stated .hewas wearing white shorts, sandals, and wMe T-shrrt He also had long sleeved dark blue
dress shirt on that he took off in Ihe closet and left II there

Detective's signature/number/date Sergeant

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Denver Police Department
STATEMENT
Makirva Statement is:
Cl Offi"" Cl o Personadvi$8d
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Summary of Statement:

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I have read the foregoing statement and the facts contained therein are true to the best of my Icnowiedge and belief. i
do not meintain that it conteins all of the facts or details of the Incident, but only those facts about which! have been
asiced.

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I have reed the foregoing statement end the facts contained therein are true to the best of my knowledge end belief. I
do not maintain that it contains .U of the facls or details of the incident. but only these facts .belll which I have been
asked.

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Case No, _

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STATEMENT
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Rt!';oldence Street Address CItY CQunw [State Zip Code

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t have reed the foregoing statement and the facts contained therein are true to the best of my knOWledge and belief, I
do not meinteln that it contains all of the facts or details of the incident, but only those facts about which I have been
asked.

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I have read the foregoing .tatement and the fact. contained thersin are true to the best of my knowledge and belief, I
do not maintain that It contains 8/1 of the facts or detaHtl of the Incident. but only tttos« facts about which 1 have been
asked,

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I neve reed the foregoing stlIrement ""d the facts conteined therein are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I
do not maintain thet it contai1s ail of the facts or details of the incident, but only those facts about which I have been
asked.

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COLUMBINE H.S.
OtTelU/t~; Oplln X EX(tf/'ti¢rlillly Clfill"$d 0
07·08·99
Recommend Cese: Review 0
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WITNESSES:

NATHAN A. ANEMA. DOBIIO-03-83


6365 West Frost Dr
Littleton. CO 80128
(303) 972·3404
Student-Columbine High School

ROXANE ANEMA
Same as abo,",

DALE ANE'vlA
Sameas above.
Self employed
Work: (303) 972-3404

INVESTIGATION:

On 07-08..99, at about IiOO hours, {responded to 6365 West Frost Drive.to contact Nathan Anema. This intervie-w 'Y. as assigned
to me as a follow-up interview to one that Denver Police Department Detective R. Polak had conducted with Nathan Anema
and his mother Roxane Anema on 05·07-99.

Upon arrival at 6365 West Frost Drive,I contacted Nathan Anema andhis mother. Roxane Anema. [asked Nathan to describe
the suspectthat be had seen throw a pipe bomb at Columbine High School on 04·20-99, Nathan said this suspect was a white
male, tall in stature. thin build, wearing a black trench coat that may have been constructed out of canvas or similar material
(Nathan said be did not believethe trench coat was madeout of leather) and hung to just above ground level. Nathan said this
suspectwas also wearing a black baseball 0"" that wasworn on his head backwards. Nathansaid he saw this describedsuspect
Officer Signature In.!! ~!.lmbet ::;'uptrviwr Inilials.md Date I Assig;ledTo Pag,: 1
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CONTINUATION 0
SUPPLEMENT X JCSO PETERSON 99·762S·MMMM
CooneclJng Case ReecrrNo Victim Name Original ~pQl't OM~ This Report
COLUMBINE H.S. 07·08-99
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remove a pipe bomb from inside of his trench coat jacker, take approximately two steps and then throw the pipe bomb.

I also showed Nathan Anerna sixty photographs in ten photo line up sheets. After looking at the line up sheets. Nathan picked
out two photographs as possible suspects. one was in Line Up #3 WId was photograph #1. This is a photograph of Dylan Klebold
The other possible suspect photograph was in Line Up #7 and was photograph #6. This is a photograph O~ Nathan
said he knew who the photograph of Dylan Klebold was. and said he knew Dylan Klebold by name Nathan said the other
photograph he picked out of a line up as a possible suspec~he did not know this person's name He did sa} that
he had seen this person in the hallways of Columbine High School. and remembered this person as wearmg a trench coat. Nathar,
said on 04-CO-99. when he heard that a Trench Coat Maria srudent was responsible tor the shooting at COlumbine High School.
he immediately thought of the person in Line Up =;, photograph ,,6 as the Trench Coat Mafia student This again. is a

photograph o~

,oJathan Anema and his mother. Roxane Anerna. were given my business card. They both said they would contact me in the
future. should they learn or remember any information that rna:: be pertinent to this case and this investigation.

The photo line-ups were submitted into JCSO evidence V'UIL


DISPQSITlON: Open. pending further investigation,

I AssignedTo
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CASE #99-7625
REPORTING AGENCY: JCSO
REPORTING OFFICER; DEPUTY STEVE LUCIANO S L. .
DATE OF TIllS REPORT: 10·21-99
CONTROL # 5067

WITNESS:
Nathan Anema, DOBllO·3·S3
6365 W. Frost Drive
Littleton, Co. 80218
303·972·3404

INVESTIGATION:
On 10-12-99 Columbine High School student Nathan Anema was re-interviewed at the
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office South Sub-Station. His mother, Roxanne Anema, was
present during the interview,

The purpose of the re-interview was to clairfy Anema's observations during the April20lh
shootings at Columbine High School, specifically the statements made by Anema during
~ on 7·8-99 with task force investigators. In that interview Anema identified
-.ras possibly being the person he saw throw a pipe bomb during the shootings
at Columbine High SChool on 4-20·99,

Anema told me that he was sitting in the cafeteria at a table near the windows when the
shooting started. He was seated with Brad Miller and Tyler Stark. Anema told me that
he first saw a boy shot in the knee outside the cafeteria windows on the sidewalk. Anema
then saw a male standing near the bottom of the west cement stairs throw what Anema
thought was a pipe bomb into the parking lot. Anema described this person as a tall
male, wearing a long black trench coat and a baseball cap on backwards. Anema did not
recall seeing this person with a gun in his hand. Anema stated that he initially thought
the person that he saw throwing the pipe bomb was _ . He stated that he had
seen_several times at Columbine High ~during those times he
a1wa~wearing a "German-type" hat on backwards, that was similar to the
type of hat worn by the person who threw the pipe bomb.

Anema stated about two ~r the shooting he looked through his high
school yearbook and saw _ _picture, After~OOking at the icture, Anema
thought that the person he saw throw the pipe bomb w Anerna stated that
it was approximately two weeks after the shootings that e t the person he
saw throw the pipe bomb was actually Dylan Klebold and no This was
based on the media coverage of the shootings.

I then showed Anema a series of three photographs (51·A, 52·A, 53-A) taken from the
video camera in the cafeteria. After looking at the photographs, Anema positively
identified Dylan Klebold as the person he saw throwing the pipe bomb.

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The interview was concluded with no additional concerns in reference to any additional
gunmen involved in the April20dl shootings at Columbine High School.

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Re: Control #2580

On 05..Q5-99, contact was made with Nicholas Antonio at his residence at 7619 W. Friend Ave., Littleton,
CO. He confirmed being a freshman at CHS, and being present at the scnool on 04-20-99. He noted being
present in the cafeteria during tst hour (0730·0815) and again during 4'" hour (1015-1100) seated at table
"LL". He is assigned to "A" lunch (5'" Hour), and remained seated at this table during this period, where he
was seated with Erica McCluagherty, Drew McCuskay, Ryan Chillell, Candice Cushman and 3-4 other
unknown students.

He first noted begin made aware of trouble when he saw students gathering around the windows
screaming, and he then saw black smoke outside the west windows of the cafeteria. He ran to the windows
and saw a subject in a white shirt apparently throwing unknown items towards the roof. Shortly thereafter
Mr. Sanders came running from the area of the teacher lounge, yelling for everyone to "get down". He soon
heard what he believed to be gunshots coming from the area of the west door, Students began running
from the cafeteria and Antonio fai/owed other students up the stairs to the main floor.

H In down a number of halls, eventually arriving in the auditorium where he exited the school and
proceed to leawood Park. While inside the school, he did not confront any gunmen.

Antonio did not see any duffle bags in the cafeteria, nor did he see any suspicious activity while seated in
the cafeteria prior to the initial notifications of trouble in the school.

In addition to his blue backpack with an Air Force Academy Paten, which was left in the cafeteria, he ieft a
number of items, baseball cleats, and other shoes, in his athletic locker, #1

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ARCHULETA, CRYSTAL

JC-001.002363
DenverPolice Department

MetroGangTask Force

Date: 04-29-99

To: Jefferson CountyDistrictAttorneys Office

From: Detective Terry Demmel 78007

Supplementary Report

Ref: Interview of Columbine HighstudentCrystal Archuleta DOB 03-10-82

On 04-27·99 at 3:55 P.M. Det,TerryDemrnel 78007, assignedwith the Columbine Task Force, met
with Columbine High School student Crystal Archuleta. Crystals mother was present during the
interview. Crystal reported that she went to the school storeto havelunch. Crystal and her friends
Alicia Maes, JeanelleRussell, Alieah Russell and Veronica Nuncio ran outside to the parlcing lot to see
if the girl lying on the sidewalkwas ok. It was Anne Marie Hockholter, A female teacheryelled to get
down. They then also noticed a boy that was shot laying 10-15 feet away fromAnne Marie. Crystal
Iayed down with the injured girl.

Crystal observed a male party wearing a trenchcoat,a b _ballCc kturned around backwards, verytall;
thatCrystalbelieved to be a student thatshe knew as a Crystal observed the party in the
trench COal throwone pipe bombon the hill abovethe caretena, e did not see the partycarrying a
gun. The partywas alone and had no one with him as he then walked up the stairs and into the entrance
door next to the Library. When asked by det. Demmel how she knewit w a s _ h e said that
Perry was pigeon toe'd and that the person was walkingthat wayand went u~ a verydistinct
pigeon roe'd manner. Crystal attempted to demonstrate the manner. She thought he was wearing tennis
shoe's but was not exactlly sure about that.

Crystal remembers seeing an older full size dark brown pick-uptruck circling the parking lot very
slowly. The truck was described as having a very loud engine; slowly drove out of the lot
approximately 2 minutes before a Jefferson CountySheriffwearing a yellow 'l-shirt and drivinga gray
car pulled into the parking lot.
JEFFBRSON CO!lN'l'Y DISTRICT Al'TORNBY'S OWICE

StlPl?LDlENTAL RJijPOR.'1'

Defendant: (Columbine shooting) Docket Number' 99A062 (Pl


Date: 050399 Case Number' 99-7625
Deputy D.A.: Investigator: Mike Heylin

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WITNESS:

Crystal Archuleta DOB: 031082


9932 W. Cross Pl.
Littleton, CO 80123
303-933-4898
c/o mother; Angie Amaro (no work phone)
-CHS student, having lunch on east window ledge by student store
when shooting began, Saw victim Anne Marie Hochhalter go down
wounded, thought she saw in black trenoh coat with
baokwards ball cap walking up the hill by the stairs when shooting
began, based that I.D. on yearbook photo from 1997

INVESTIGATION:

On May 3, 1999 at 0929 hours I contacted crystal Archuleta at her


home for an interview. Her mother was present. Crystal then told
me the following:

* She is a junior at Columbine High.

* When asked, she did not know Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold. She
said she has never seen them before in school and did not know them
by face or name.

* When asked about other trench coat students, she said that she
knows a to be one of them. She said it was

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_ she saw walking up the hill by the stairs outside the
cafeteria when the shoeting began. She did not know
name prior to the shooting. She said that she locked in her 19517
yearbock and identif~ed him as the trench coat student she has Seen
around school and as the one she saw walking up the hill.

• She described from seeing him in school at times.


She said he is a white male, very tall 'almost 7 feet,' very thin,
with very curly dirty blond or brown hair down to the neck, always
had a black ball cap turned backwards, bad acne, no facial hair,
hair would stick out from under cap, further described as having a
'weird walk' as in being pigeon-toed with long strides. (She was
then shown the color class photograph with Dylan Klebold and Eric
Harris. She said she did not recognize anyone from that photo.
When asked specifically if the photograph of Dylan Klebold could be
the student she saw in schoel at times with the trench coat she said
it _s not.)

• When asked, she did not know a _ or a

• She did say that she knows a girl's r~me who hangs around with
the treneh coat students, Alex Marsh. She doe s not know her any
further than that.

• When asked, she said she has heard of the, "Trench Coat
Mafia.'

• When asked, she said that she did not see any of the treneh
coat students at school the day of the shooting, other than
believing she saw at the time of the shooting. She
said the treneh coat szudant s usually hang around before school in
the small vestibule area at the entrance to the choir room.

* When asked, she said she saw no objects that looked out of
plaee that day in school. When asked specifically, she said she
never saw any duffle bags at school that day.

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* She had chemistry for 4th hour until 11: 10 a. m, She went down
the stairs from the science area and to the student store, "Rebel
Corner." she went by herself and got her lunch. She then joined
some other girls on the east Window ledge that is just south of the
student: store.

• She then had lunch there with; Elisia Maes, AlEda Russell,
Jeanel Russell, and Veronica Nuncia.

• The first thing she noticed was that a girl she saw outside
near the west windows of the cafeteria fell. She thought at first
that this girl fainted because she heard no gunshots. She and her
friends then went out the south entrance to help the girl. At that
time she did not know who that girl was.

• When she got to the girl, she saw a 'pile of blood." She said
the girl had some kind of chest wound. She said an unknown female
teacher then yelled from the west cafeteria door for everyone to get
down.

* She then heard several gunshots. The friends she was with then
ran inside the school. She stayed and laid on the cement ground by
the shooting Victim.

• She then noticed that a "big brown truck" was circling around
the parked cars in the lot and then left. She said the truck was
old and rusted brown. She could not describe it any further and did
not know who was inside.

• She then looked up the hill by the stairs outside the


cafeteria, She said she then saw a brief profile of a male in a
trench coat on the dirt area between the stairs and the school
wall. She said this male turned to his left and walked up the hill
out of sight by the west doors to the school. She said this was the
male she thought was She said lier profile look at
this male waS only for a second Or two. When asked, she said she
did not see the male holding anything. She described that male as

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tall, wearing a black trench coat, a black ball cap on backward.s,
and black warm-up-type pants with black high top tennis shoes.

* She then stayed on the ground and talked with the wounded girl.
She then learned from the girl that her name was Anne Marie
Hochhalter.

* When the male disappeared on top of the hill by the west doors,
she heard more gunshots and heard glass breaking. She thought she
was laying on the ground lS to 20 minutes. She then noticed that
the school police officer was in the parking lot. She thought he
was shooting at the suspect. She said that other cops than showed
up.

* She said that a 'jock" named Nick or Chris Foss then came out
to where she was with the shooting victim. He crawled over to them
and asked if they were okay. He then stood up to aid Floohhal ter.
She then heard more gunshots and thought the suspects were shooting
at Foss. She saw Foss spin around, but he was not hit.

'* She then ran to a oop car out west of the hill. She did not
know what happened to Hochhalter. She said several other students
were behind that car. She identified Makai Hall who was wounded,
Austin Eubanks who was wounded, and Crystal Woodman as some of the
students behind the car. She eventually was transported out of that
area by police.

* She thought it was 20 to 25 minutes from the time she first saw
Hochhalter fall to when she got to the cop car.

* During the incident she heard e;x:plosions that sounded both


close and far away.

,~c~c~ed my interview with Crlstal Archuleta. / \ j~ ~


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Witness;
"rystal Archuleta, DOB: 03/10/82
9932 W. Cross Place
Littleton, CO 80123
PH: 303-933-4898

Control Number: 5056

Investigation: On 1Q-19-99, I met with Crystal Archuleta and her mother at the Jeffco south sub-station
reference the shooting at Columbine High School on April 20, 1999. I explained to Crystal and her mother
that I needed to re-interview Crystal reference a couple statements she had made in her earlier interview. I
asked Crystal if she recalled speaking with an Investigator earlier reference Columbine High School and she
said she did. I asked Crystal if she remembers telling that Investigator that she sawel &wearing a
black trench coat, sitting on top of the hill by the stairs near the cafeteria when the shooting began and she
said yes. she did. I asked if she was sure that it was _ She said that she believes it was. I
asked if she knew w~ was and she sa~d. Crystal said that she has s e e n . . ,
~round school a~ys wearing a black trench coat and black boots and that he wal
~n toed. I asked Crystal if the person that she saw on the hill on April 20'h was dressed in the same
at that _ normally wore and she said yes, he was. I asked if he was wearing anything other
than what ~cribed and she said she believes that the person on the hill had possibly Reebok
temis shoes on and had on a baseball cap that had a red letter on the front of it. I asked if she was able to
tell if it w a s _ or not and she said that she believed it was him. At this time I brought out photos
#51 and 54 ~stal view them Crystal looked at Dylan Kleibold and said that she believed that is
the person she saw on the top of the hill. Crystal said that when she saw the male on the hill, he did have a
baseba~1I cap on but in the pictures there Is no baseball cap. I asked Crystal if It's a possibility that she saw
Dylan a a She said yes, after looking at the pictures. she does believe that it was Dylan
and no I as ed Crystal if she saw anyone else during the shooting at the school and she
said no, the only one she saw was Dylan Kleibold, whom she believed wa~at the time.

I asked Crystal if there was anything else that she has remembered since her first interview, She said no,
that she had laid the first Investigator and me everything that she has recalled of the incident.

At this time the Interview with Crystal and her mother was concluded.

DISPOSITION: OPEN

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ADDITIONAL WITNESSES
JESSICARUTH ARZOLA, DOBI2-24-84
6382 W. MORRAINEPL.
LITTLETON, CO 80123
(303)932-7471
STUDENTAT COLUMBINEH.S.

SUSAN ARZOLA
SAME ADDRESSIPHONE AS JESSICA
WORK. COLORADO COMP INSURANCE
720 S. COLORADO BLVD.
DENVER, CO 80246
303)973·7771

GREGORYARZOLA
SAMEADDRESS/PHONE AS JESSICA
WORK: SAFEWAY INC
7500 S. PIERCE ST
LITTLETON, CO 80123
(303)979-6770

INVESTIGATION
On 6·28-99.1 was assigned to interviewwitnessJessicaArzolawhois a student at ColumbineHigh School. This interview was
in referenceto her fifth hour keyboard class at Columbine High School on 4-20-99.

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On6-30-99, at about 1130 hours, I contacted JessicaArzola by phone. Jessicatold me on 4-20-99 she was unable to attend her
fifth hour keyboardclass that was scheduled to be from 1220hours until 1310 hours on that dale, Jessica saidthe reason she
wasunable10 attendthis keyboardclass wasdue to the factshe washidingin her science roomduringtileshooting on that date

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION See control #3764for complete interview of Jessica Arzola.

DISPOSITION Open, pendingfurther investigation.

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COLUMBINE 06-36-99
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JESSICA RUTHARZOLA, ooB/02-24-84


6362 West Morraine PI.
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303-932-7471
Student-Columbine High School

SUSAN ARZOLA
Same as above,
Work: Colorado Comp. Insurance
110 South Colorado Blvd.
Denver, CO 80246
303-973-1111

GREGORY ARZOLA
Same as above.
Work: Safeway. Inc.
7500 South Pierce St.
Littleton, CO 80123
303-979-6170

INVESIIGATlON:

On June 30. 1999, at about 1130 hours. I contacted Jessica Arzola by telephonewho is a student at Columbine High School
I contactedher in reference to interviewing her about the shootingthat occurred at Columbine High School on 04-20-99.

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Jessica Arzolasaid on 04-20-99 at about 0720 hours,she arrivedat Columbine High School for her classes. with her sister Sarah
Arzola. Jessica said she entered Columbine High School through the main doors on the east side of the school where the
administrative offices are located. Jessie. said she walked down the hallway to her choir class, which is near the top of the
stairway that leads down into the cafeteria/commons area. Jessica said her choir class started at 0730 hours on 04..20~9Q and

lasted unlil 0820. She said while walking to this choir class. she did not see any unusual people or Items. Jessica said she went
to her Language A11S class next which is also on the upperlevelof theschooland in the math hallway, Jessicasaid this Language
A11S class started at 0825 got out at 0915. Jessica said after her Language A11S class, she went to her third hour class. which is
math and said this class lastedfrom 0920 to 1010 hours on 04-20-99. Shesaid whenshe left her math class she went to her fourth
hour gym class that is on the upper level of ColumbmeHigh School. This class began at 1020 and Jessica said her class went
outside ttl play flag football. She said they went outsideto the fieldthat is JUS! west of the cafeteria windows and doors, Jessica
did not recall anything suspicious or any suspicious people or items during this gymclass while they were playing football near
the cafeteria Jessica said she got our of the gym class early afterchanging back into ttl her civilianclothes. She said she got out
at about I lOO hours on 04-20-99. Jessica said she walked fromthe gymclass, down the stairway from the upper levelofthe high
school to the lower level. and into the cafeteria/commons area. Jessicasaid it rook her an estimatedseven minutes to make this
walk. and to arrive in the cafeteria, Jessica said she went to a tablein thecafeteria that is located very close to the bottom of the
stairway and to the right as she was going downstairs. Jessica said 'he goes to the same table every day. and told me it is the
second table from the stairway after she rums ttl her right at the bottomof the stairs. Jessica said she had several friends at the
table that she was talking to. These friends are Matt Bruce. Ben Schumann. Andrea Elsner, Amber Rosena, Heather Whaling.
and possibly another female student whom she only knowsas Candace. Jessica said while she was seated at this table, she was
facing the serving line, which would be in a northwestdirection from her seat Jessica said Ben Schumannwent to getsomethmg
to eat at the serving line. and as he returned, Jessica said she saw several students looking out of the west cafeteria windows
toward the outside of the school. Jessica said approximately two minute, later, a student whom she knows as Chris Markham
yelled at everybody in the cafeteria to get down on the floor. and said this was because somebody had a gun. Jessica said she
got down onto the floor for approximately fifteen secondsand said she heard two gunshots during this time period. Jessica said
she may have seen"twO flashes" from outside of thecafeteriawindows, The students that were standingat the west sidecafeteria
windows then yelled at everybody in the cafeteria to run. Jessica said she got up off the floor and ran up the stairway to the
-econd level of'Cotumbine High School, where she saidshe hid in the first classroomshe could find. Jessica said whileshe was

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running up the stairway, she heardapproximately ninemoregunshots thatsounded like they werecorning fromjust inside of the
cafeteria doorlocated nearthe faculty lounge. Jessica saidshedidnot turn around and look, butjust keptrunning up thestairway.
The classroom that Jessicaran into was a science roomthat hada female teacher(name unknown) insideof it, Jessica said once
she was insidethe scienceclassroom, shehid in a storage roomthat is inside the science classroom. Jessicasaid she was hiding
in the storage room with fourother students, whoshe only knows as Nicole, Mary, Annette,and Andrea(last names unknown).
Jessica said they hid between some shelves in the storage room, and listened to gunshots outsideof the room. Shealsosaid they
prayed. Jessica said that while silting and hiding in the storage room, she heard approximately thirty more gunshots and three
explosions. Jessica said the first of these thirtygunshots sounded likethey werecoming fromjust outside of the science room
theywerehiding in. andthen the gunshots began sounding liketheywerebeingshot from fartherand farther away from Jessicas
location as these shotscontinued. Jessicasaid in theclassroom nextto thestorage room that she was hiding in, she"heardabout
three bumping noises,"thatsounded liketo hersomething was bumping intothe wall between these two rooms. Jessica saidthis
lasted onlyfor a few seconds and thenthe noisedisappeared. Jessica saidshestayedwiththe otherstudents hiding in the storage
room for approximately threehours, and thentheywent into oneof the science classrooms for approximately another hourbefore
SWATrescued them. Jessica said SWAT members searchedthem and them escorted them out of Columbine High School.
through the SocialStudies hall door. Thisis where Jessica saidtheyexitedthe highschool. Jessicaalsosaid sheeventually made
it to Leawood Elementary School after beingchauffeured there in a bus.

Jessicasaid that she did not see any duffle hags or propane tanks suchas the ones that were later recovered in the Columbine
HighSchool cafeteria, eitherpriorto or during the shooting on 04-20-99. Jessica said she has not beardaboutanyothersuspects
who may have been involved in the shooting. She also told me she has not heard of anybody who may be manufacturing
explosive devices and/or possessing or sellingfirearms.

Jessica said on 04-20-99 when she ran out of the Columbine HighSchool cafeteria, she left her backpack and its contents next
to thetableshe had selected to sit at earlier. while in thecafeteria, Jessica saidshe has sincerecovered the backpack andcontents.

Jessica said shedid not have much information In reference to the Trench Coat Mafia or the TrenchCoat Mafia students. Jessica
<aid prior to the shooting on 04-10-99. she had heardof the name Dylan Klebold, however, at that time she would have not

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known who Dylan Klebold was by sight. Jessica said she never heard of the name Eric Harris. She also said she had seen
students in the hallways of Columbine HighSchool that she assumed wereTrenchCoat Mafiastudents by the way theydressed.
Jessicasaid as she recalled, these studentsdressed Inblackclothing, and one wore a beret. Jessicasaid she did not recall seeing
anyofthe TrenchCoat Mafia studentsgather underneath the stairway In the cafeteria/commons area ofthe high school Jessica
said she did not rememberseeing any of the Trench CoatMafia students at Columbine High School on 04-20-99

Jessica Arzolasaid she doesnot know of anybody who has a double pierced eyebrow. She saidshe did not see what the"Thought
of the Day" was for 04-20·99, that was on the Rebel News Network (RNN). Jessica said nobody pays any attention to the
"thought of the Day" anyway when it is being broadcasted during second hour classes.

Jessica Arzolatold me that at no time on 04·20·99 during the shooting, did she see any of the shooters and/or suspects.

1 asked Jessica Arzolahow she has beendoing since the Incident. She said duringthe first couple of weeks after the shooting,
she had some rough times and had a hard time steeping at other times. Jessica said ihat she has seen counselors throughher
church. as have her other family members, I gave Jessica my nameand phone number and asked her to contact me If she or
anybody in her family wished to talk with a 1.es.o. Victim Advocate in the future. I told her I would make the necessary
arrangements for her at that time.

DISPOSITION: Case remains open, pendingfurther investigation.

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MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

1. Did youever see th. rwe larg. duff.l bags ill tile cafeteria1A.V

2. Did you see llllYO'" eatryiIlg or ill tile possessionof those dnff!o~"S, at a previous Wne ?

3. Didyou seeEric Han:is or DylanKlebold either on Monday ofTuesday1 What were they doing?
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5. ~~ere~in th. cafeteria 1 Where were yousitting?
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prior week or weelteud ? A4?

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ASSOCIATED CASE NUMBERS:


Jefferson County Sheriffs C.R.: 99-7625
FBI Control Number: 174A-DIV-57419
SUBJECT: BAKER, Natalie Rae
DOB: 12/24/82
5123 South Cody Court
Littleton, CO.
(303) 978-0293
PARENT:
Deborah Baker
OBSERVATION / INVESTIGATION:
On April 27, 1999 I was assigned to interview Natalie Baker a student
at Columbine High School and possibly was in the cafeteria during the
shooting.
On April 27th at 1620 hours I arrived at 5123 S. Cody Ct. and did
interview Natalie Baker. Also present during this time was a friend of
Natalie who identified herself as AShley Egeland. Ashley is also a student
at Columbine High School and was in school at the time of the shooting.
Natalie confirmed that she was in the cafeteria when the shooting
broke out. She advised that she was sitting at the table identified as
"V" on the diagram labled BAKER. She continued to say that she was sitting
with Marni McCellen, Jennie POllock, and Bae Gattont. Natalie related
that she had placed her back pack under her chair. Natalie aovised she had
a black Jan Sport pack, and that it containeo her make up and glasses. She
continued to say that at about 11:20AM she noticed a janitor running back
and forth and heard him say "they had guns". At this point a teacher
ordered everyone in the cafeteria to get under the tables and stay down.
Natalie reported that there were shots, and while she was hidding under the
table she noticed a male subject standing in the hall infront of the
student store near the south-east corner of the cafeteria. She continued
to say that this subject was wearing a black trench ccat but she could not
say whether this person was armed. She did say that she did not obse~ve
this subject fire any shots. After a while she reported that she along
with a large group of students ran up the stairs that lead to the main
level south hall and ran out of the school by way of the main enterance of
the school. Natalie said that the group ran across S. Pierce Street to a
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Supplement 04/28/99 1455 LURZ, RICHARD
parK on the east side of Pierce Street where they stopped. While they were
in the park a teacher told them to get down that they (suspects) were
coming. However nothing else happened.
Natalie repOrted that she did not observe any type of large duffle or
gym type bag in the cafeteria when she arrived nor did she see anyone
carry such an item into the cafeteria while she was there. She continued
to say that she did not know the person see saw at the cafeteria enterance
near the student store. Natalie reported that she had heard the subject at
the south-east enterance to the cafeteria said "anyone wearing a white hat
is gona die" but she did not hear this herself. Natalie stated that she
had heard nothing about the incident before it occurred. Natalie said that
she knew nothing about anyone bringing guns or bombs into school, nor had
she heard anything about anyone maKing bombs (at this point Natalie
glances at Egeland). Natalie continued to say that she does not know
anyone associated with the Trench COat Mafia other than seeing them in
school. At the end of the inter~iew with Natalie, Deborah Baker said to
Ashley "you SaW them didn't you". Ashley acknowledged that she had seen
two of the shooters so I began an interview with Ashley (refer to report
about the interview with Ashley for details). The interview concluded at
1705 hours.

I spoke to Deborah Baker on April 28th by phone. She reported that


Natalie had told her when she pick Natalie up, after the incident, that
there had been possibly two other shooters other than Harris and Klebold,
but Natalie did not Know them. She continued to say that what Natalie had
told me was the same that had been related to her. Ms. Baker also stated
that the statement made by Ashley Egeland was the same thing that she had
been told by Ashley and that she had cautioned Ashley that before she
repeated the story that she (Ashley) should be darn Sure it was true since
it was a very serious accusation.

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ASSOCIATED CASE REPORT NUMBERS:
Jefferson County Sheriffs Office C.R,: 99-7625
FBI control number: 174A-DIV-57419
Su"BJE OT , Eaker} Natalie Rae
DOB: 12/24/82
5123 South Cody Court
Littleton, CO. 80123
(303) 794-7900 (mother's work number)
OBSERVATION / INVESTIGATION:
On May 4. 1999 I received a request to re-interview Natalie Baker
about her being in the cafeteria during fourth period, the period before
lunch, and seeing any dUffel bags in the cafeteria at this time. On May
12th I contacted Natalie'S mother, Deborah Baker, and made an appointment
to talk with Natalie on May 13th at 0700.
On May 13, 1999 at Q705 hours I went to 5123 South Cody Court and
spoke to Natalie. Natalie said that she was in the oafeteria during fourth
period, and this was her free pe.iod. She adVised that she was sitting at
the same table she occupied during lunch. She continued to say that she
does not recall seeing either a o.ange or blue duffel bag on the floor any
place in the oafeteria while she was there. Natalie advised that she was
not looking for such a bag so she probably would not have notice one, She
stated that nO one carried an orange or blue duffel bag into the cafeteria
while she was there during fourth period.
The interview concluded at 0715 hours.

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BANE, KELSEY, 006/07-24-83
5390 SOUTH GARLAND WAY
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PH: 303-978-9511

CONTROL NUMBER: DN1016

INVESTIGATION:
On 4-28-99, I met with Kelsey Bane at her residence, with her mother present. This meeting was in
reference to the shooting at Columbine High School. I at first showed Kelsey a sketch of the cafeteria area
at Columbine High School and asked if she could mark on the sketch where she was sitting at the time of
the shooting, Kelsey said that she was not really sitting at a table, but was standing next to one, The area
she showed on the sketch did not have a table, so she showed me where to draw in a table and she placed
an "X' where she had been standing. I asked Kelsey to explain to me what had happened that morning,
Kel$O", said that she was standing at the table talking to a friend of hers, Sara Schweltzberger. Kelsey said
wh alking to Sara the cafeteria became very quiet and everyone began getting underneath the tables.
Kelsey said she heard someone say "He has a gun". Kelsey said she heard someoneelse say "He just
shot someone". I asked Kelsey if she knew who the person was who said that and she said no, the person
was about 10 feet behind her, but she didn't know who it was, I asked Kelsey if she heard any gun.shots
and she said no, she did not. I asked if she heard any explosions of any type and she said once she was
outside she did hear explosions, possible two of them, I asked Kelsey what happened after she heard this
person comment about someone getting shot, and she said everyone then got up and left the cafeteria,
She said she went to the elevator area and then exited through a door that leads to the auditorium. Kelsey
said that she ran through the auditorium to Mr. Andre, Sr., who was at the front of the auditorium and asked
how to get out. Mr. Andre was telling everyone to go up the stairway to the main hallway, Kelsey said she
wentto the hallwayand by the counselor's office and out the door by the weight room, which leads outside,
Kelsey said that she ran by the tennis court and the baseball field and then went to Clement Park, Kelsey
saId while she was at Clement Park, she met up with a friend of hers, Sarah Arzola. Kelsey said that while
talking to Sarah, she saw a White male in the park who was laughing, Kelsey said Sarah asked the male
why he was laughing and the male said "You mind your business, and I'll mind mine". I asked Kelsey if she
knew who this male was and she said, "No", I asked her if she could describe the male to me and she said
that he was very thin as if he was a "doper", She said he was about 5'5" to 5'6" tall, dark hair, with a clean
haircut, She said it was short, but not stragiey, She said he had no facial hair, nor glasses, I asked what
type of clothing he had on and Kelsey said "dark clothing", but she couldn't remember what kind of pants,
but she remembers they were "dark", I asked what type of shirt this male had on and Kelsey said "a dark
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I asked Kelsey if she knew either Dylanor Eric and she said no, she'd heard of them through school, but did
nol knowthem. I asked Kelsey if she knew any of Ihe Trench Coal Mafia and she said she knew some from
last year who hed gradualed. She says she knows Joe Stair, and believes he is the leader of the Trench
Coal Mafia. I asked if she had seen Joe in the areaof the school on either Monday or Tuesday and she
said that she had heard through friends that Joe was in the ansa of the Columbine Libraryon Tuesday
afternoon, but she did not know if he'd been there before. I asked Kelsey if she knew any other members
and she said she knew Brian Sargent, who does not attend school this year. Kelsey said thet Brian and Joe
are always seen together and thai most of the time when she sees Brian, he's wearing a white shirt, but
she's never seen him In a trench coat.

I asked Kelsey what time her lunch started. She said approximately 11:15. I asked what class she was
coming from and she said that she had just left Choirand had to walk to her locker before entering the lunch
room. I asked Kelsey what type of clothing she was wearing that day and she said she had on Khaki pants
and a black tank top. I asked Kelsey if she had left any property in the cateterta and she said she left a
black Eddie Bauer backpack with her books. a day planner, some lotion and a supplybag in it. I asked
Kelsey if she had seen anything out of the ordinary in the cafeteria when she was there. She said, no, she
did not. I asked if she remembered seeing any large duffle bags that did not appearto fit in the cafeteria
su Jndings, She said no, she did not. I asked Kelsey if she remembered seeing any of the shooters at
the school or anyone with any of the bombs in the scnool, She said no, she did not see anyone. She just
heard approximately two explosions once she was outside the school. Kelsey said Ihat she did hear later in
the week that the members of the Tnsnch Coat Mafia at Chatfield did not go 10 school on Tuesday, but she
does not know if that's correct or not.

I asked Kelsey if there was any further information that she could remember about that day, She said no,
not at this time, but she wiillook through her year book and see if she can identify the mate that was
laughing in the Park. I gave Kelseymy business card and asked that she cail me with that Information,

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KWi::~j1, 99-7425 1 FBI174A·DN·57419 I CONTROL NUMBER: 2579
.• In_gator Dan Pl'anm,.,5Iiel1 WestMetroFire1303-989-4307 Extension 530

On May3, 19991 was assipled a follcw up intmiew with Kelsey Bane. 1 made telephoae conlllCtwith
Ms. Bane at "bout 0830 bOIlB andshe infOmloO methata member of tho task force bad recently contacted
ber. Sbe statoO that sbe was shown a dillg1'1.ll1 of thecafeteria andgave a detailed statement at that time.

I researched Ms.Bane" name in the Rapid Stan lnformatioo Control Systemandlocated a duplicate lead
assigned to Lonnie Lock aCSO). I spoke with Lock who stated thathe has completed thatinterview and
thatKelsey Bane did not aeed to bere-contacted at thistime.

Please seedetailed interview assiploO to Control Number 1016(Le<:k, Lonnie I leSOl.

Jc.o01- 002 400

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