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I have read the fort/going statement lind the IiJcts CMU/ined therein 1iIrt/ t1W to the best of my knowledge and belief. I
do not maintain that it contains all of the facts or datails of the incident. but only those facts about which I have been
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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT

Defendant: HARins !KLEBOLO Docket NUlllber:


Date: APRIL 29, 1999 Case Nullll:>er: 99A052
Dep,.ty 0.11..: Investigator: DOYLE, I?J

FB! CASE 17411. DN-57419

WITNESS CONTROL NUMBER 1428

JCSD CASE 99-7625

Reporting investigator, P.J. Doyle, is a commissioned peace


officer employed by the District Attorney in the First Judicial
District serving Jefferson and Gilpin counties. ! am currently
assigned to assist in interviewing students from Columbine High
School.

On April 28, 1999 I spoke to Junior Columbine High School


student Mary sue Baribeau.
OOB: 11-24-81
5522 S. Yarrow Way
Littleton, CO 80123 •
303 973-647S
Mother: Karen Baribeau Wark: 303 972-0800

Mary's mother was present d,.ring the interview.

Mary told me the following:

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It was about 11:15 and she had been in the cafeteria only a few
minutes and she sat down at table I and started to read. With her
were Diana Barker who was sitting next to Mary. Mary didn' t
remember which side Diana was sitting on. Mandy Nichols was sitting
next to Diana. The following students were at the table, but Mary
didn't remember where they were sitting: Mary Beck, Este.. Blatter,
Nikki Spurgis and Elise Berrett. Mary wasn't sure about the
spelling of these names.

Another student, Kim Blair, ran in to the cafeteria and grabbed


Mary and said she need help. Mary went outside with Kim and saw Ann
Marie Hochcolter (Spelling). Ann Marie was by a big plant outside
by the side of a tree. (See diagram for approximate location) A
student named Jason, last name unknown, was sitting next to Ann
Marie. Jason was holding Ann Marie. Ar.n Marie appeared to be
bleeding from the stomach area. Mary could not remember what Kim,
Jason or A.~ Marie were wearing.

Mary said that when she was outside, she didn't hear anything.
She turned around, away from Ann Marie and there was "a guy"
outside, pointing his gun and turning. He wasn't really pointing at
anything is particular. It was not a long gun. It was a hand gun.
Mary didn't see him fire whUe she was outside. He said nothing.
He had a blank stare on his face. She said that she didn't know
this person. She has seen photos of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold
on TV and newspapers. She said that she could have seen Eric or
Dylan or someone else. She doesn't know. She described the person
she Saw as being tall, 5'9", skinny, 140 - 150 Lbs , and white. She
said that this person was wearing a black trench coat. She said
that she's seen the person around school, but does not know who he
is. (See diagram of cafeteria to see where this person was
standing.l

Mary ran back in to the cafeteria and got down on the ground,
about where she was sitting, under her table. (Table II All of a
sudden, people started running toward the stairs. She ran up the
stairs, fell, and got trampled, fell again and went to Mr. Craft's

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room which is right behind where she was. She said that two other
students, Erin Hansey and Sara Allison, were there. Mary could hear
shooting. It sounded like it was coming from the stairs. She said
thet there's a storage between the science rooms. She then ran in
t.here and hid. In the st:orage room with her were Andrea Cole and
Annette Shinn and two other girls that Mary did not. know.

Mary said that t:hey all got down on the ground and they huddled
together and stayed there. She said she could hear shot.s down the
hall, and then farther down oy the Commons downstairs. She said
t.hat: she didn't know the difference between the gunshots and the
bombs. Mr. Krall'. was in the room with her and went in and out and
calmed everyone down. This lasted about three hours. The last
hour, they joined another class in Miss Miller's room. They ran
there and stayed there and wait.ed until Mr. Frissen yelled out. the
door to the SWAT members that they were in there.

Mary's back pack is a blue, Jansen. She left it at table t.

Mary has had no internet contact with Eric or Dylan.

Mary had been wearing a blue jumper with broken straps and a
white shirt.

She did not know _


heard abut them on TV.
or", but thought she may have

Mary cannot ID the shooters.

She knows no present trench coat gang members. She said that
Pauline Colby and Chri.st:in Teibold hung out by the choir room with
trench coat guys. She didn't know their names.

Mary went on the Marketing field trip in the morning and was
not at school.

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Team four guideline questions
Cafeteria diagram
Denver Police Dept. statement

No further information at this time.

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'f:EA.'1 FOUR Il'iTERVlEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL qUESTIONS TO BEASKED

L Did you eversee the two largeduffel bags ill tbe cafeteria1 JV 0

2, Did you see anyonecarrying or in thepossession of thoseduffel bags. at a previous time? If) [)

3. Did you see Eric Ham, or Dylan KIebold either on :.rondsy of Tu.sdsy , What w'er.:bey doing?
What did they sav ? Were theywith anvone else 7 " ,"
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6. Did you S~ or ralk. to OIly of the Trench Coat Mafia members on Monday? Tuesday"! How about the
prior week or weekend" ;1 r'
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II, Have mern mark where they were sitting. rheirroute CUt of the building and who they were with {if
known)'! ~

12. Can you provide onyfurther information on the members of theTrench CoatMafia '
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13 Ask the parents if the Ides have told them anythingelse "7 Differem?

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LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/24/99
"FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOLTASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
."'FORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3680. CONNECTING CONTROL NUMBER DN1428,
FBI: 4A-DN57419. JCSO: CIl #99-7625

SUBJECT: BARIBEAU, Mary Sue dab: 11/24/81 w/f Karen Baribeau (mother)
6522 South Yarrow Way 6522 South Yarrow Way
Littleton, CO 80123 Littleton, CO 80123
303-973-6478 303-973-6478
303-972..Q800 (wk)

OBSERVATlON/INVESTIGAnON:
On 5/23/99 at 1530 hours Ire-interviewed Ma1)' Baribeau in the presence of her mother at her home. During
this interview I asked Mary to give me a detailed description of the shooter and his weapon. Mary stated it was
an 18-19 year old white male, slender build, wearing a black long coat, which she described as a trench coat.
.e stated he did not have a mask on, however she could not provide any details concerning his face, hair, or
other clothing. She stated he looked familiar as if she'd seen someone like him in school before. She stated she
had even looked through the yearbook, but could not find him pictured. She stated that she remembers that it
was a smaller type weapon. Mary could not remember how it was being held. She was unable to give any
further details on this.

Mary looked at all of the photo displays showing young white males. She stopped at the attached photo display
and pointed out photo number one, saying that it possibly could have been this boy in the coat and with the
weapon. She stated that she is not sure, because she has seen this picture so much on TV and in the newspaper
recently.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUPPLEMXNIAL REPORT

COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL Docket NUmber:


Date: 5/12/99 FBI #: 174A-DN-57419
CONTROL NUMBER: Investigator: vondenkamp

On 5/11/99 I interviewed lS year old CHS student Michael "Bo "


Baribea~ at his home in Denver, Co. His mother was present during
this interview. Bo confirmed the statement he filled out on 4/20/99
was his statement, and that he recalled speaking to Detective
Carrall.

Bo stated he was in the CBS cafeteria for "A" lunch on 4/20/99. He


had arrived at the cafeteria around 11:10am alone. His previous
class was weight training which let out early. He recalled that he
got his lunch and sat down at a table. I showed Bo a drawing of the
CBS cafeteria with the tables depicted in this drawing. I pointed
out specific things, such as west windOWS, kitchen area and steps to
give Bo a better understanding of the drawing's lay-out. I asked BO
which table he was sitting at. He looked at the drawing and pointed
to table XX, as to where he sat. He recalled that he had sat down
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facing She kitchen. At table XX with him were Kenny Rupp, Tyrone
Garret!" and Kent (unknown last name) .

He stated he did not see any large duffle bags in the cafeteria that
seemed out of place. He did not recall seeing anyone carrying down a
large duffle bag into the cafeteria.

He stated around 11: 25am he heard noises like gunshots (pop, pop,
pop) outside the cafeteria in the northwest corner. He stood up and
saw two males fall down outside the windows. He realized they had
been shot at. He then saw a tall (over 6'), white skinny male with
shoulder length hair wearing a dark trenchcoat holding a gun that was

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black and about 2 1/2 feet long. This person was attempting to hid
the gun inside his long coat as he walked. Bo stated this person was
on the northwest corner of the building, walking down the outside
concreee sea irs . Bo estimated he was 20-30 feet away from him and
got a side view of him for a couple seconds. He recognized him as a
"trenchcoat maf ia« gang member he knew as a CBS student. He later
identified this person as Dylan Klebold.

Be stated that he then got down on the floor at the same time a
janitor yelled at the students to get down. He heard an explosion
outside, which he did not believe was gunfire. He stated that
everyone in the cafeteria began running towards the inside cafeteria
steps. He ran towards the foreign language area downstairs off the
cafeteria. east of the student entrance with about 15 other students.
He did noe encounter any gunman inside the building. He ran into a
classroom and waited about 2-3 minutes near an emergency exit. He
said the group he was with was not sure if going outside was a good
idea. The group then ran out the emergency doors, which exit by the
junior parking lot on the south end of the building. Bo stated he
did not see anybody with a gun when he ran out, however heard gunfire
behind him towards the cafeteria and senior parking lot. He ran
across Pierce street, into Leawood Park. He stopped running, and
began looking for his sister, near the gazebo in Leawood Park. There
were several students in the park. Everyone began running away again
and Bo heard more gunshots and another explosion. Someone yelled
"they are shooting out front" and Bo continued running away from the
area. He did not see anybody shooting out front of the school, and
he does not know who yelled.

Bo was picked up by someone in a car, and dropped off in Clemont Park


behind the school (west side). He was still looking for his sister.
He saw a policeman confront a kid carrying a weapon, which he later
found out was a BB gun. The cop yelled at Bo and his friend Brandon
Williams to leave the area. They did, walking further away from the
sohool. He did not see anybody outside except scared students, staff
and police. He did not recall seeing anyone suspicious.

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Bo stated that he has no further information on the shooting. He
stated that he knew very little of the TCM, only that they were
students in school. He reoalled that he had Lydie Perry in a olass
last year, and she was often teased because of ber weight. He knew
she hung out with tbe TCM kids, but had no other contact with her.

He stated he did not have a backpack in the cafeteria, and was


wearing a long sleeve blue shirt with shorts and a white hat. Bo
states he has not yet returned to school for olass, for he is fearful
that he might be on a "hit list". He had no specific information
about this, and he has not seen a list with his name on it, nor does
he know who's list he may be on. He plays basketball, and hangs out
with other athletes, and he reminded me that the TCM did not like
athletes. Bo had no information as to who may also be involved in
the shootings, or has a "hit list n • His mother confirmed that Bo has
not returned to sohool, and they are attempting to get his remaining
credits taken care of. Bo stated he is not one of the students the
school asked to remain home. I advised Bo to contact me if he had
more information about this "hit list", and who's it may be.

Michael "Bo" Baribean


6522 S. Yarrow Way
Denver, Co. 80123
973-647B

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
PORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99·38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04-30·99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE!JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2577, FBI: 114A·ON51419, JCSO: CR #99·7625

SUSPECTS:
ERIC HARRIS
DYLAN KLEBOLD
WITNesS:

1. BARKER. ALAN MICHAEL


7378 IngallsCourt, Littleton. CO 80128, 303·979-4920
Mother: Virginia Barker, 7378 ingalls Court, Littleton. CO 80128. 303·979-4920

INVESTIGATION:
On 05-03-99 ! was assigned lnformanon Control Number DN2577 for follow up investigation. The
Infomation Control narrative statedthatAlan Barkerwason theoriginal cafeteria backpack list.Thesourceof this
informatlon was 59!. CaMn Hemphill. of the Denver Police Depal1men!.
On 05..()4-99 at 0800 hoursI responded to 7378South Ingalls Courtwhere I met with Alan Barkerand his
parents. Alan stated that he had beer in the cafeteria at the time this incident Barkersaid that he had gotten a
rideto school from hisfnend Jeff Matthews and that theyparked in the junicr/sernor lot. They entered the school
through the studententrance at approximately 0725 hours andwent to Barker's locker, which is located nearIhe
science hall. He said that he was running late and from his lockerhe wert'lmmediately from his computer class
dunng firsl hourin the computerroom at the lowerlevel of Ihe school. He said he then went 10 his second hour.
which was sociology located on the upper levei. From SOCiology he went to hiS third hour, which Is math in the
mathwing. Barkersaid tnat his fourth hour classis history andfromthe history classhe had gone into the library.
Barker then went to the'A" lunch.
Barkersaid that he arrived in the cafeteria at approximately 1115 hours, plusor minus a few minutes. He
said that he went to the student storeand purchased a pizza. He said that he didn't sit In Ihe cafeteria but he and
some friends had moved some chairs in by the food cart. He said that he was silting with Samantha Haviland,

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
POR1'1NG AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
IIICTlM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04·30·99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON2577, FBI: 174A-DN57419, JCSO: CR #99-7625

Katlan WI1ittney and Stephania UbousKi. He said that theywere talking and he had just started to eat his pizza
when someone came in to the cafeteria area andyelled 'get down". He said it was coming from me west end of
the cafeteria and he didn't see who yelled it. He said that he started to get down and then he noticed that
everyone was starting to run for the stairs. He said thatthestairs werebecoming extremelycrowded andhedidn't
want to go up ll1e stairs and he didn't want to go outside through the studentexit, so he ran down the hallway
toward the language classrooms, He said that as he wentdownthis hallway, he lost the group that he had been
having lunchwith. He said that as he got to the language part of the building, he went into a classroom and then
theteachers that werein the room, Mrs. Lucas anda substitute teacher for Mr. StocKland, told the studentsto stay
down. He saidthat morestudents came running pastthe room andthe teachers finally told them that they should
get out of the building as they could hear more what he believed were gunshots coming from the cafeteria area.
They exiled me classroom and ran out the south doorsof the bUilding, across the parKing lot to the houses that
"e just directlysouth of the school.
Barker said that as he was running away from the school, he could hear what he described as 'deep
blasting sounds", similarto the sounds that he heard when he was inside the scbcct, He said that whiie he was
in the classroom wailing to be evacuated. he was near a wall and when lhese loud explosions went off he could
feellhe wall shaking. He said that after they ran through the parking lot they ended up at a house directly south
of the schooland on the comer of Pierce Street, Which he beiieves is sometype of Mormon seminary. They went
into the house at the directionof me teachers and he called his parents from there. He estimated he was in the
schoot for about five minutes after the incident began, He said that he got a ride home and arrived home at
approximately 1500 hours. Barker added that as he was runnIng into the classroom, he heard the fire alarms
going off In the school.
Barker said that he left his backpack behind and that it contained history books, math books, English
books, math and history file toicers. and his TI-es calculator.
Barker said that he was wearing jeans, a white T·shirt, and running shoes,
Alan Barkersaid that prior to the incident, he wasfamiliar With the 'trench coat mafia" but did notKnow that
much about them, He had not hear of them having any problems with any particular group and only '.YOuld

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LAKEWOOD POLICE CEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTALREPORT
,'ORTING AGENT: GEORGE MeGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 1)4.30-99
OFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCEJ JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON2577, FBI: 174A·DN57419, JCSO: CR #99-7625

recognize them on sight by wearing the black lrllnch coats, Barker said that he did not know HARRIS or
KLEBOLD.
Barner said that he has access to a computer and the Internet but does not have his own web site and 15
not accessed to any of the web sites run by HARRiS or KLEBOLD. Barner stated that during his travels
throughout the school he never noticed anything unusual. He did not notice any unattended backpacks or large
duffle bags. He also added that wouldn't be uncommon for people to abandon their backpacks In the cafeteria
to get In the lunch line and save a spot for them to sit Barker has not hear of any students talking about bomb
making or collecting weapons. Barker could not add any further information.

AoomONAL WITNESSES: /
1. SAMATHA HAVILAND
KATLAN WHITNEY ./
3. STEPHANIA UBOUSKI ./
These were students sitting by the food cart with Barker at the time the Incident began.
4. JEFF MATTHEWS
Drove Barner to school.

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LAKEWOOD POLICE OEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
.PORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99·38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 05-03·99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE!JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2578, FBI: 174A.DN-57419, JCSO: CR#99-7625, TEAM 4,
CAFETERIA WITNESSES, COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL

SUSPECT:
ERIC HARRIS
DYLAN KLEBOLD

WITNESS:
1. BARKER, DIANA, W1F, DOB: 03-22·82
5644 West Leawood Drive. Littleton, CO 80128, 303-797·7618
Mother: BabzanneBarker, 5844 West Leawood Drive, Lillieton, CO 80128, 303-797·7618,
work: 303-730-8898
Father: BruceBarker,5844WestLeawood Drive. Littleton, CO80128, 303·797·7618, work: 303-814-8385
INVESTIGATION:
On05-04-99at1 030 hours I interviewed Diana Barkerat herhome. Hermotherwas home, however Diana
requested that her mother sit In a separate room duringthe interview.
Diana stated she droveto school the moming of 04-20-99 arriving at 0715 hours. Sheparked in the junior
lot. She was with her sister, Cindy Barker, who is a freshman. a friend. Cynthia Nichols, and a neighbor M
Campbell. Shestated they entered the school through the studententranceon the southside of the school. She
stated it was a normal day and she didn't noticed anything unusual going on outside.
Diana stated she went to her lockeron the second floor. During her second period she lef! the school for
a meeting. Diana stated she had seen KLE80LD and HARRIS beforebut did not knowtheir names. Shestated
she did not know any of Ihe others in the groupbut thoughtperhaps Pauline Colby and David Caravan might be
associated with the "trench coat mafia". Diana stated that she did not see any of the group that moming or in
between classes.
Diana retumed to school at approximately 1100 hours and parked in the same lot. She entered through
the samedoor and was with her friend. Mary Baribeau. She stated she went to her locker and then went into the
cafeteria coming downthe stairs. Shestatedit wasapproximately 1105hoursand therewere already a lot of kids
in there. Diana traced her path on the attached diagram of where she went in the cafeteriaand the table she sat
i" identified as "I". Diana also listedthe other peopleat her table and where they were silting. Diana stated she

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
, _,>ORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 05-03-99
OFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOLTASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN257ll, FBI: 174A·DN-57419, JCSO: CR#99-7625, TEAM 4,
CAFETERIA WITNESSES, COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL

had been in the cafeteria five to ten minutes when the commotion began, Diana stated a friend of hers, Kim Blair,
ran in through one of the south cafeterta doors and went to Mary who was seated at Diana's table: Kim started
to shake Mary and she was screaming hystertcal that she neededhelp. They looked outside and saw Ann Marie
bent over and a boy by the name of Jason behind her appearing to try to help her up, Diana said that it looked
like he was trying to give her the Heimlich maneuver. As they started to go outside through the same door. Mary
stopped and commented that someone was shooting and she pushed everybody back inskle. Diana stated she
did not see anyone with a gun but heard gunshots at that time, She stated somebody yelled "get down", Diana
stated Jason came in through the door at this time with blood all over his hands, She stated he collapsed near
the cafeteria door.
Diana stated she headed toward the stairs when somebody yelled that they should run that way. She
heard gunfire whiCh sounded very loud and she thought it was comingfrom inside the cafeteria. She stated she
t, • upstairs and turned east at the top, running down the hall. Shewas nearthe Choirroom when she heard more
gunshots that sounded like they were coming from rtght behind her. She slated people were falling and being
trampled butthey kept trying to run away. Dianastatedshe leftthe school out the south east door and ran across
the street to the park. From there they heard moregunshotsfrom the schooL She stated a frtend of hers by the
name of Tyler Jackman was leaving the school in his car at that lime. He stopped at the park and helped
everyone.
Diana staled that when she was sitting at the table in the cateterta, she staled they ali commented that
something smeiled weird, unpleasant. She stated it was like bad body odor or perhaps sulfur Diana stated she
had a navy blue Jansports backpack that had a glue stam on the front, She had her purse inside of the backpack
that contained her school 10. driver's license, ATM card, and checkbook. She stated she was weartng a iong,
black skirt, white top and black sandals.
Diana stated that she had seen a video in school on the Rebel News Network that was a Friday feature
and that showed a shooting in it. She couldn't remember when she had seen this.

Detective's signature/number/dale Sergeant's signature/number/date

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ASSOCIATED CASE REJ?ORT NllMllE:RS:
Jefferson County Sheriffs C.R.: 99-7625
FBI control number: 174A-Dtv-S7419
SUBJECT: BARNES, Jennifer Marie
DOB, OS!01/S4
141S South Bryant Street
Denver, CO. 80219
(303) 936-1860
PARENTS:
MaTEER: Kathy Barnes
PATEER: David Barnes
OBSERVATION ! INVESTIGATION:
On May 4, 1999 I was assigned to interview Jennifer Marie Barnes, a
student at Columbine High School, who was in the cafeteria at the time of
the shootings on April 20th.
On May Sth at 1050 hours I arrived at 1415 South Bryant Street and
conducted an interview with Jennifer Barnes and her mother.
Jennifer confirmed that she was in the cafeteria on April 20th. She
advised that she arrived in the cafeteria at about 11:lSAM. Jennifer
advised that she was seated at one of the tables identified as "1", "J",
"0", or "P" on the diagram marked BARNES. Jennifer advised that she was
not exactly sure which table she was sitting at. She continued to say
that she was sitting with NICOLB BOUDREAU, LACEY HOHN, CANDICE HAYWOOD,
KITT!E (last name not known), and ALE:ANA (possibly Shultz) Jennifer did not
know Aleana's last name. Jennifer estimated that they were in the
cafeteria about five minutes when Lacey told everyone to get down. At this
same time her teacher, Mr. Sanders, came running by telling everyone to get
down. Nicole then said that there was someone outside shooting. Then an
unknown girl said that someone outside had been shot. Lacey then started
crawling toward the north-west exit to the cafeteria to see what was
happening.
Lacey returned to the group and at this point Mr. Sanders came back by
them ar.d told everyone to run. Jennifer said that she crawled to the
stairs leading to the library in the main level. At this time someone
shouted "They're coming in", and she stood up and ran up the stairs.
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Jennifer reported that when she reached the top of the stairs she saw a
number of people laying on the floor. She did not !mow if they had been
shot or had fallen as a result of the crush of students running. Jennifer
said that just after she reached the top of the stairs she heard shots that
sounded like they were coming from the cafeteria. She said that the shots
had two different pitches, and there was a pause between aome of the
shots.
Jennifer continued to say that the group moved down the south main
level hall way toward the main exit at the east end of the building.
Jennifer advised that the crush of students pushed her into II glass wall.
She said that the glass in the wall was broken and she did not know if it
was broken because of her hitting the glass or if it had been shot out.
Jennifer continued to say that as she was running down the hall she heard
a series of rapid fire shots from behind (west) her, and male voices
laughing and. saying "We got that one down, look at all the blood....
Jennifer ad.vised. that she believed. that she heard the bullets going past
her head. Jennifer said that as the group approached the main exit she
stopped. running and at this time Mr. Sanders ran up behind her and pushed
her. She said that Mr. Sanders told her to keep running. Jennifer said
that Mr. Sanders sounded like he was out of breath and she briefly turned
and looked. at him. At this time she noticed that his hand.s were covered in
blood. She stated. that she did not know if he had. been injuried or if the
blood came from someone he was tr"Jing to help. Jennifer related. that she
asked Mr. Sanders if he was all right and he said yes and told her "go"
"go". Jennifer said that as she started to run again, Mr. Sanders was kind
of leaning against the wall. Jennifer also reported that while she was in
the south main level hall she noticed a strong odor similar to fire works.
Jennifer stated that She did not see which of the Shooters were firing the
gun or talking.

Jennifer said that when she reached the outside of the school she ran
to the south down the hill and onto Pieroe Street. there she met Aleana
and they continued to run south on Pierce Street. Jennifer said thae they
were going to go to Aleana's house but a short distanoe down Pierce Street
she could not run any further so she and Aleena went to a house at 6418
West Arbor Drive. She advised that an older couple at the house took them
in.
Jennifer advised that when she arrived in the oafeteria she did not
notioe anything like a duffel bag on the floor, but she said that there
were all ready a large number of student back packs scattered around. che
cafeteria on the floor. Jennifer continued to say that during the time she
was in the cafeteria she observed no one bring a duffel type bag into the
cafeteria.
Je~~fer advised that she does not know anyone connected with the
Trench Coat Mafia and has not had ~~y contact with any of its members.
Jennifer advised that she had not even heard about the group until she
went to high school. She did relate that a friend, Meg Haines, knew Erio
Harris, and had been bOWling with Eric on several occassions. She said
that she did not know either Eric or Dylan Klebold. Additionally Jennifer
advised that she had not heard anything about pending trouble at Columbine
before the shootings, nor had she heard any rumors about something
happening to celebrate Hitlers birthday.
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Jennifer said that she does use the internet, but had not corresponded
with either Brie or Dylan, and did not know what names they used on the
internet.
Jennifer reported that on April 24th she was doing a promotion for
cream cheese, in connection with Barbazon modeling, at a King Soepers store
at 12959 South Parker Road. According to Jennifer a white male subject
about high school age wearing a white shirt and a black trench coat came up
to her and said ·so you go to Columbine?" she replied "yes·. and to this
the male said "you may have escaped this time but you won' t the next time.·
The subject then walked away from her. Jennifer said that she did not
recognize the subject from school. She also advised that while she was
doing the promotion she was not wearing anything that would have identified
her as going to Columbine. I advised Jennifer that if she did observe
this subject while she was in SChcol that she was to contact the SRO or
campus security person.
Jennifer could provide no additional information and the interview
concluded at 11:30AM .

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LAKEWOOD POUCI DEPARTMENT SUPPLEM.NTAL R.PORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/24/99
'FFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH ACHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3683. FtB:4A-DN57419. JCSO: CR #99-7625

SUBJECT: BARRETT, Jeff dob: 6/05/83 wlm


6935 South Polo Ridge Drive
Littleton, CO 80128
303-979-0912

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6935 South Polo Ridge Drive


Littleton, CO 80128
303-979-0912

Dennis Barrett (father)


6935 South Polo Ridge Drive
Littleton, CO 80128
303-979-0912
303-235-1360 (wk)

OBSERVATIONIINVESTIGATION:
On 5/23/99 at 1630 hours I interviewedJeff Barrett in the presenceof his mother at his home. Jeff stated that he
did not know Harris or Klebold, but, after seeing their pictureson TV, did remember seeing them around at
school. He stated that last year he had anhour off, as did a lot of trenchcoat mafia members. He stated they
mostly sat off to the side by themselves playing cards a lot. He stated he never interactedwith them.

Jeff stated that his mother took him to schoolon 4/20/99 arriving at approximately 0645 hours. He enteredthe
school through the main entrance and stated he saw nothing unusual going on outside. He described it as a
typical day. Jeff's first hour class starts at 0700 and is weight lifting for football players; second hour is math

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LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DmCTlVE KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99·38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/24/99
JFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH ACHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3683. FIB: 4A-DN5141'. JCSO: CR #99.1625

class, third hour is science, and fourth hour is French, which is locatedin the lower level. Jeff stated he did not
see Hams or Klebold in between classes that day. After his fourth hour class, he went directly into the cafeteria
entering it through the hallway. He stated it was approximately II: 15amand he went straight to the lunch line.
After he bought SOme food he went to table number MM, Jeff traced his path on the attacheddiagram and also
listed the other students who were sitting with him at this table,

Jeff stated he heard a popping sound and thought it was a senior prank. A kid by the name ofJustin Normond
(unknown spelling) ran in from the west cafeteria door to the stairs saying that a kid had been outside shooting
people. Jeff stated at that point that he and the others ducked under his table. A janitor then ran through the
cafeteria and told everyone to get down. He describedthis janitor as havingpuffy hair, a moustache and a
goatee. He stated he looked out through the west window and saw thick, white smoke. He stated at that time,
• and the others ran to the east end of the cafeteria. He went into a bathroomand stayed there for one minute.
He then went into the elevator and went up to the upper level. He stated the doors opened and there was smoke
in the hallway. They took the elevator back down, as they heard poppingnoise. He stated that once the elevator
doors opened, Coach Andres was there to get them into the back door ofthe auditorium.

Once in the auditorium, he went to the upper level and heardgunfire even louder there. He stated he was with
other students when they hid on the floor between the seats for approximately five to ten minutes. He stated a
janitor was in the auditorium with them.

Jeff stated thejanitor checked the back several times to see if the path was clear. He and the other students ran
from the auditorium to the hallway in the lower level and out the southeastdoor. They ran up the hill and across
Pierce to Leawood Park. They could hear gunfire and explosions. After about fifteen minutes, someone yelled
that someone was on the roof shooting. Jeff stated he then ran through the neighborhood. Jeff stated he never
saw the shooter. He stated he had a backpackthat he took with him when he ran. He stated he was wearing

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LAKEWOOD POUC. DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL Il.PORT
REPORTING AGENT: Dmcnvi KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99·38856
\IICfIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/24/99
FFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINI HIGH ACHOOL TASK FORC&/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICI
INFORMADON CONTROL NUMBER: D"3683. FIB: 4A-DN57419. JCSO: CR 199·7625

jean shorts,a grey and black stripped shirt, and a navyblue Georgetown baseball cap. He did not leave
anything in the cafeteria.

Jeffstated he remembers, from last year, the TeM group in the cafeteria playing cards and talking abouthow
theApocalypse was coming.

Jeffstated he remembered that the announcement that morning included, in bold print, 4120, whichwas very
unusual. He said it was common knowledge that this was a police code formarijuana.

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MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

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I have read the foregoing statement and the f/Jcts contained therein are _ to tn« best of my know/edge and belief, I
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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SyPFLEMENTAL REFORT

Defencl.Ant: Docket Number:


Date: 4-28-99 Case Number, 99A062
Deputy D.A.: Investigator, J.Burkhalter

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Mary Beck, dob 1-30-82


5579 Maplewood Pl.
Littleton, co. 80123
Ph. 303-738-0815

This investigator was meeting with Mary'S brother, Will, and learned
Mary was also a witness. A statement was taken at this time.

Mary is a Junior at CBS and was sitting on the South Wall of the
Cafeteria with Estee Bladder; Maudi Nichols, Elise Barrett, Nicki
Spurgess, Michole Lunetta, Mary Sue Barabue and Dianne Barker.

Mary stated she arrived in the cafeteria around 11:10 A.M., sitting
there, not feeling well. The bell rang and everyone came down to
the cafeteria.

Mary stated everyone was talking when all of a sudden they all
noticed a smell coming toward their table from the West. She stated
they all noticed it like, "What is that?"

At this time Kim Slair came into the cafeteria screaming. She carne
through the South side door saying "Ann Marie, Ann Marie IS, been
hurt." Mary stated this would be Ann Marie HocJ:>.hal ter.

All of a sudden everyone started looking outside and then they all
got under the tables.

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Mary stated she heard and saw a car explode right outside the West
side and people ran and the janitors yelled get down.

Mary started running toward the stairs and about half way up the
stairs she heard an explosion and saw gray smoke coming from the
Library area. Two female teachers yelled at them to come down to
the cafeteria area.

Mary stated they ran downstairs and to the foreign language roOm and
waited there. She stated it Was the French room.

All the people waited about 10 minutes and then exited a side door
and went to Pierce and Polk.

Mary stated she didn't see any suspects. She stated she didn't see
a bomb in the cafeteria and the sprinklers were not on when she left.

Mary stated Kim Blair grabbed Mary Sue Barabue and pulled her
outside to help Ann Marie Hochalter.

Mary stated she left her backpack near table G or H. It is a Jans


Sport, blue with her drivers license, 1D card, glasses and set of
house keys.

The interview was concluded at this time.

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Reporting Agemy R.epMlng ()fficer CaM' Report No
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SUPPLEMENT X JCSO ERZEN 99-7625-A
Conn«;titlg Case Report'No Victim Name: Oriiinal Report 0- This Report
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ADDITIONAL WITNESSES
TYLER N. BERCH. DOBIl-2~3
8842 WEST POWERS PL.
LITTLETON, CO 80i23
(303}933-6215
STUDENT CHS (SOPHOMORE)

PARENTAL INFO: JAJI E. BERCH, DOBI7-26-52 W/F


SAME ADDRESS/PHONE AS TYLER
WORK: SAME

TAMES M. BERCH. DOBI3-3-51 WIM


.:>AME ADDRESS/PHONE AS ABOVE
WORK: DENVER FEDERAL CENTER
BLDG #67
LAKEWOOD. CO
(303)236-9791

INVESTIGATION
On 4-28-99. between the hoursof 0934 and 1013 hours. l hadan opportunity to interview TylerBerch at hishome. Also present
during the interview werehis parents, Jan andJames Berch. Upon contacting TylerI asked if he would provide informatico on
whathe saw Inthe cafeteria area of Columbine High School on 4-20-99.

Tylertold me he arrived at the cafeteria at about ll: 11 a.rn, and he wasseated at the tablereferred to as "HH~ also at the table
were four otherindividuals he identified as Brian Adam, (303-979-3994), Adam Pearlman (phone unk), KeithNackerud (303·
972-8750l, anda Josh Brinkley (phoneunk). Tylerstated thathe hadjust lefthiscomputer training classwhich is located in the
"usiness wing of the school which is just east of the cafeteria on the lower level. After he arrived al the cafeteria he would

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estimate that at the time there were 50-15 students In the cafeteria. After Tyler arrived at the table he placed his backpack on
the table and then proceededto the foodservice line wherehe got his lunch.After he received his lunch he went back to his table.
at which time I asked him ifhe bad observed two large duffel type gym bags. one blue in color and the other an orange-Ish/red.
which were located in the central area of the cafeteria near where he was seared. l also asked if he observed anyone bring those
Items into the cafeteria. He stated he did not see the items, nor did he see anyone bring the Items In.

Tyler slated that shortly after 11 :20 a.m. he observed a janitor he described as a white male. between 5'8" and 5'9". short hair.
bluejeans. skinny with a white t-shtrt on come into the cafeteria from the south doors. This janitor was telling everyone in the
cafeteria. to get down under the tables. Tyler described seeing a teacher by the name ofMr Sanders. who was near the north/west
door of the cafeteria, Mr. Sanders was also telling students to get under the tables. Tyler stated Mr. Sanders attention was.
directed out into the parking lot, to the west of the cafeteria area. Tyler stated he did not hear any gunshots while he was in the
-aterena, and it wasn't until he saw a large puff of smoke near a car parked in the senior parking lot that he saw anything I
asked Tyler if heard any gunshots or explosions when he saw this puff of smoke. He said shortly after the puff of smoke from
the car be did see that the students that were near the west side of the cafeteria started moving towards the east. at which time
Mr. Sanders told the students to leave the cafeteria area. I asked Tyler if he saw any gunmen while he was in the cafeteria area.
He stated be did not see any gunmen. He said he proceeded up the stairs which are located due east of the central core of the
cafeteriaarea. As he proceeded up the stairs he remembers hearing nine gunshots. describedas automatic gunfire.and one large
pop. what he described as a shotgun blast, He said he believesthesewerecoming from the west side behind him in the cafeteria.
Tyler Slated he started to move up the stairs to the second level of the school. He said he proceeded to the math, science ball
where be went into a science room. He stayed in the science room briefly then he proceededto the chemistry room where he hid,
Tyler Slated other kids hiding in the chemistry room with him were; StephanieWise.Carmey(unk last name). John Batchhelder.
and Beth (unklast name). He Slated there were fourteacherswhohe identified as Mr Johnson.Mr. Freezen, Mr. Craft. and there
was another unidentified teacher in the chemistry room with him.

Tyler stated after this incident occurred that it was probably 30-45 minutesafter the incident they continued to hear gun fire and
explosions He slated while they were In the chemistry room they had keptthe doors locked from the insideand be believedthere
'vas a total of 19 students. and four teachers in the room with him.

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At about 1510hours,Tyler stated that members of the swat team contacted them and they were escorted out of the buildingfrom
the east side of the school. Tyler was asked if be knew who Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold where, He stated he did not know

the two individuals and the only information he could provide about the trench ,coat mafia is that he had observed parties
associatedwith this group would usually be sealed at tables "E or T' in the cafeteriaarea, during lunch period, Tyler describes
these individuals being dressed in all black attire. He again stated be didn't know any membersof the group, but the only party
he thinks was involved in tbe group was a female by the name of Kristine, He stated he was in the 7th and 8th grades with her.
but he couldn't provide her last name. Tyler was asked if there had been any rumors at school prior to this incident. like a
speculation that something might happen on 4-20-99. He stated there was nothing he had heard about that would cause any
concern.

Tyler described his dress on 4-20-99. he was wearing a white t-shirt whichhad Sanlnego beach logo on it. whitecargo shorts.
and Bergen Stock sandles. He had a tan baseballcap on. with a logoIhat said "Ski Trail Colorado," Tyler stated that the only
uems he left behind in the cafeteria area ofcourse were his backpack and contents.

AIthe conclusionof my interviewTyler was asked to draw his movementthrough the cafeteria from the table he was seated at
and where he ultimately left the cafeteria area, A copy of this map Is attached with this report.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: FBI CASE: 174A-#DN-5i419 CONTROL # DNI042

I asked Tyler if he recognizedany other students at tables thai were immediate to his table. He stated at table "00" he recognized
Becka Goodwin, and Loren Bowen, He also said at table "X" he recognized Daniel Yeager and Joe Tran.

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Supplemental Report
JCSO99·7625 1 FBI174A·DN·57419 1 CONTROL NUMBER: 2706
Investigator DaD Pranoenstiell West Metro FIre 1303-9894307 Extension 530

On May 5, 1999 at 0830 hoursI met with Tina Colleen Bemacchi (doh 11-28-81) and her
father, PeterBemacchi, at 7193 SouthTellerCourt in Littleton, COI0111do for the purpose
of an interview.

Tina Bemacchi provided the following information aboutthe Columbine High School
incident, which occurred on April20, 1999:

• Tina is a Senior at CHS and therefore has a varied schedule. In addition, she is
involved in the High School Marketing program and spends a lot of time in the
studentstore, whichis locatedin Rebel Comer(southeast of the cafeteria).

• Tina staled that she rypically wow the Student Store I" hourand then studiesin the
cafeteriaduring 3M hour. She staled that 00 AprilWllJ, however, she was at a
M8IketinJBanquetwith two other students andtherefore. she was not in the cafeteria
during 3 hour.

• Tina statedthat she rypically sits at table "D", "E" or "F' as depictedin the FBI
Evidence Diagram with the following students:

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"Steve Trujillo
rKim Lorenz '

• Tina statedthat she went to schoolthe first timeat about7:30 the morningof April
20.... She stated that her intentwas to work in the Student Store. Tina stated that she
mer withMrs. Frommer (the Marketing teacher) in her officefor about ten (10)
tninutes and it was decidedthat she was not needed that morning. She statedthat she
parked in her normalspace (#50). She stated that she did not see anything unusual at
that time,including any of the so-called Trench CoatMafia(TeM). Tina then
returned horne for a brief moment.

• Tina statedthat she then left for school again at about8:00or 8:10 arn, She stated
that she was going to meet Lindsay Crandell andMichelle Fox so that they couldall
go to the Marketing Banquetthat morning. She stated that she was driving her
mother's light teal 1996Mercury Mystic. She stated thatshe pulledinto the parking
lot at about8:15a.m, Again, Tina was aloneat this time.
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• Tina statedthat while she was pullinginto the Juniorparking lot (southeastside of the '"~
school) she saw Dylan Klebold drivinghis latermodel, blackBMW. She statedthat
he was on the road exitingthe parkinglot and not yet at Pierce (generally traveling
northeast). She stated that Dylanwas not driving "unusually fast". She stated that
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JCSO99-7625 I FBI174A.DN·S7419 1 CONTROL NUMBER: 2706
Investigator Dan Pfannenstiel I West Metro Fire 1303-989-4307 Extension 530

• Tina stated that Dylan was aloneand tIw he "lookedlike he always does, that
grumpystare on his face". Tina stated that she did not see what he was wearing or
she couldnot recall. Tina stated that she couldn't see into the car, but knows tIw
there was "nothing piled in his car above tile heightof tile windows". She stated that
Dylandid not make eye contact with her.

• Tina statedthat she did not look in her rear view mirror or tum around and therefore,
does not know how he left the parking lot if he did at all.

• Tina stated that she recognized Dylan Klebold because he was in her Government
Economics class in tile fall of 1998. She stated tIw Brooks Brownand Robin
Anderson were also in the class. She stated that she never had any conversationwith
themduring tile semester. Shestated tIw Brownand Klebold wouldcome to class
late and sneak out on occasionsand the teacher (Ms. Karmigious (sic» would never
notice. Tina stated that she has seen Dylan in his Black BMWon several occasions
before April 201ll•

• Tina stated that she was Analytical Reading !his semesterwith Robin Anderson. She
stated that Robin went on a lot of trips. She statedthat she went to Germany and to
New Yark during a short time period.

• Tina stated that she parked in the "15 minutepaiking spaces" right outside the
Commons. She stated that she went into tile Commons and to the store for about 5 or
10 minutes before she met with lindsay Crandell and MichelleFox. She stated that
they thenleft for the MarketingBanquet in her car. She believes that they left at or
around8:20 a.m. She stated that she did not see anything unusual at that time.

• Tina statedthat she did not look into tile cafeteriaat that time, but knows that
typically there are 100 to 200 students hangingout therethroughoutthe day. She
stated that they are either eating snacks,hanging out or studying.

• TiM statedthat she did not see anybody hanging out at the bottom of the stairs. She
did stated that she saw the following near the Student Store that morning (April 20"'):

Marissa Martinez
ChristelPrice
Nick Schumann (Tina's boyfriendI 303-973-7002)
Evan Hesly (sic)
Kristien Johnson
Tisha Richardson

• Tina statedthat she did not see anybody carry anythinginto the cafeteria at that time.
She statedthat she did not observeany large duffel type bags or large ba.c1mJlelr<
JC.001. 002456
Supplemental Report
JCSO 99·7625 / FBI174A·DN-S7419 / CONTROL NUMBER: 2706
luvestigatorDan PfaDnenstiell WestMetro Fire /303-989-4307 Extension 530

• TIna statedthat they (Tina, Lindsay and Michelle) all returned to school at or about
II :00 a.m, from the Matteting Banquet. Shestatedthat she was going to park in the
15minute spaces outside the Commons, but that they were all full. She stated that
she remembers Jay Green's car (blackNissen Ultima, low-rider) was parked in the 15
minuteparking. She stated that theyparked in spot It 50 instead. She stated that she
did not see Dylan Klebold at that time; nor did she see anything unusual She stated
that she left her back pack in her car.

• Tina statedthat the three of them wentin the southdoors and to the area where they
typically sit in the mornings (3'" hour). Tinastated that they were there for a brief
moment and then went to a tablenear the Student Store in Rebel Comer (see
diagram). She statedthat Lindsay had to workin the StudentStore. She statedthat
she sat with the following:

Amy Evans
Leigh (unknown last name) / '
Ryan Pool r "
Matt Oliver "..
SteveTrujillo '"

• Tina statedthat she then went to the Marketing Officevia the Marketing Room. She
stated that she left her car keys on the table (five keys, an 8·hall, bull dog keyless
remote). She stated that she did not see any large backpacks or duffel bags lying on
the ground, corning or going.

• Tina statedthat she was in the Marketing Office with Nick Schumann(303·973-
7002),her boyfriend. She stated that Ms.Frommer was in the student store "helping
serve pizza". She statedthat they were in there for about three minutes when
"Lindsay Crandell and LouisScallepi (sic) camein and said somebody was
shooting". Tina statedthat she did not "think anything about it".

• Tlna statedthat someone asked her to call 911 and she got on the phone and dialed
"0". She statedthat the switchboard said,they had alreadycalled "911" at that time.
She statedthat Nick Schumann left for a moment to locate his brother and then came
back to the Marketing Office. She stated that the following were now in the office:

Louis Scallepi
Aliza (unknown last name)
CarrieGreen (female)
Lindsay Crandell
Nick Schumann
Ms. Frommer JC.001· 002457
Supplemental Report
JCSO99-7625 , FBI174A-DN-5741' / CONTROL NUMBER: 2706
InvestigatorDan PrllJlDenstlel , West Metro FInl/303-':I89-4307 Extension 530

• Tina stated that Louis left and thentheyall wentin to the Marlreting Roomat that
point She stated that they got "onder the cubby holes"and that they couldn't see out
of the windows. She.stated that "they could see in if they wanted".

• Tinastated that they wereagainstthewall andcouldhear "gIIIl shots and explosions".


She stated that she "swears she heard something like the soundof a mo-ped go
through the cafeteria".

• Tina statedthat "some time had passed and you couldtell the cafeteriawas empty".
She stated that "they came back and that therewere two distinct voices". She stated
that they kept saying "yeah, yeah. yeah", but can't remembet themsaying anything
else.

• Tina stated that she then remembers the floor getting wet She can't remember if
there wereany more "gun shots" at that time

• . Tina stated that they wereeventually rescued by the SWAT Teamand that it was
sometime around 2:30p.m,

• Tina stated that she hasa homecomputer and that she uses the Internet for homework
assignments only She statedthat she does utilize e-mailas well and her address is
IADS5taoLcom.:::§he stated that sheonlye-mail's her friends at school. TIna's parents
confirmed this. Tina statedthat she does not know what "ICQ" means or standsfor.
She stated that her e-mail address at school was Tbernacchi, but that it did not work
so she would use other student's addresses.

• Tina stated that she had neverheard of theTrench CoatMafia(TCM) prior to this
incident. She statedthat she was "aware that Dylan K1ebold and maybeBrooks
Brown" were membets of the TCM. She stated that she never talked to either of
them. Tina denled knowing anybody witha double pierced eyebrow.

• Tina stated that there is a girl named Pauline Colby (or maybe Pauline's sister)who
works in the StudentStore S" hour. Tinastatedthat "this Pauline is always at the
store, but that she wasn't there the dayof the shooting". Tina stated that "Pauline
said she was sick and had to go homeabout ten (l0) minutes before it all started".
Tina stated that this Pauline Colby is in the photograph of theTrench Coat Mafia
(TCM).

I gaveTina Bernacchi and her father my business cardshould they need to have a contact
regarding this incident. Included with this repcrt is the diagram thatTina drew her
location, entrance into and exit OUl of the cafeteria. Alsoincluded is the map of the
parkinglot where she sawDylan Klebold the morning of the incident.

JC.001- 002458

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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT

Defendant: (Columbine shooting) Docket Number: 99A062 (H)


Date: 042893 Case Number: 99-7625
Deputy D.A.: Investigator: Mike Heylin

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WITNESS:

Laura E. Bickmore DOB: 101383


6422 W. Fremont Dr.
Littleton, CO 80128
303-978-0066
c/o mother; Betsy Brickmore (w) 303-220-0482, and father; Steve
Brickmore (w) 303-239-0909
-eHS stUdent, cafeteria witness, table ·00"

INVESTIGATION:

On April 27, 1999 at 1600 hours I contacted Laura Bickmore at her


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

* She is a freshman at Columbine.

* Just prior to the first lunch hour, she just got out of her 4th
hour geometry class which ended at 11:10 a.m. That class is in the
math area of the school, the area east of the science section.

* After that class, she went to her locker nearby, walked down
the hall by the science area and then down the stairs to the


cafeteria. She got to the cafeteria around 11:15 or 11:20 a.m .

• She was wearing a black t-shirt, jeans, and brown shees .

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She talked by the stairs for a minute or two and then sat her
:aCkPaCk by the lunch table she was going to sit at. She was with a
Stephanie Lebsack. The two of them went to get their lunch at
IIRebel Corner."

* She looked at a diagram (with this supp . report) and thought


the table she went to was in the second row close to the food
lines, I then looked at the location her backpack was found. She
agreed that the table location was "00." (See diagram for table
location and path into the cafeteria.) She did not know who else
may have been at that table.

* She said that she went to Rebel Corner with Stephanie, got
lunch, and was walking back to the cafeteria when she saw lots of
kids getting up from their tables. She heard rustling around and
saw scme kids go up to the windows on the west side. She saw one or
two kids exit the south side doors,

* She saw the janitor (male with brown hair) by the south doors
yell to everyone, "Get down," over and over. She heard others say
that as well.

* She laid on the floor with Stephanie by the area near the
stairs. She heard talk of a gun, but she never heard any shots or
reports at this time.

* She said everyone started to run out of the cafeteria. She ran
down the foreign lan~~age hall and back to a classroom with about 30
others. The classroom was the southeast corner room in that section.

* An unknown female teacher was with them in the classroom. They


turned some tables over for cover. Someone tried calling 911 but
could not get through. She stayed in the classroom and heard about
two to three shots. After only a few minutes, the teacher had
everyone run out the exterior door next to the classroom. She ran
through the south parking lot and to a house on the next street,
Polk street.

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face or name. She may have seen them in the hallways once or twice
during the school year.
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* She does not know any other students that wear trench coats.

* She did not see Eric, Dylan, or any other trench coat students
in the school or cafeteria on the shooting day.

* When asked, she did not see ~~y unusual person or object in the
cafeteria. She did not see anything other than backpacks in the
cafeteria. When asked specifically about duffle bags, she said she
did not see any.

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF lNVESTIGATION

5/19/99
On 5/13/99, Seth Bi'1'1i, DOB 1/2/82, 5417 South
Independence, Littleton, Colorado, was advised of the identity of
the interviewin'1 Agent, and the nature and purpose of the
interview. He was interviewed in the presence of his Mother,
Philippa, DOB 5/10/53, and his Father, To~, DOB 9/5/53. He
provided the following information.
On 4/20/99, Seth arrived at Columbine High School at
approximately 7:10 a.m. He went to his normal classes, the last
prior to first period lunch being math class. He bought his
lunch, and then sat at either table AA or N with his friends. He
didn't notice any duffel bags or packages that seemed out of the
Ordinary in the cafeteria. The following individuals were at the
table with him.
1. Braden PesUSkh/
2. Jeremy Orban ;/v'
3. Ollie BOUlka~
4. Ryan Borus
5. Robbie Raul ,/
He heard a commotion, and stood up and looked out the west
windows of the cafeteria. He heard students saying that there
was a fight. He saw one student whom he could not identify run
up the grassy hill towards the football field. He then sat back
down, and didn't yet realize that anything significant was
happenin'1. He next heard either Mr. Sanders or a janitor yelling
for everyone to get down. Students began getting underneath
tables, and he did the same. He now heard popping noises. He
began working his way towards the stairs near the trophy cases in
a semi crouched position. Approximately two thirds of the way to
the stairs, he got up and ran to the stairs. He heard a loud
noise or explosion at the top of the stairs. He stopped, and
instead of using the stairs, he used the lanquage arts hallway.
At the end of this hallway, he went into a classroom along with
approximately 20 other students, where a teacher named Ms. Lucas,
and another unidentified teacher were located. They were in this
classroom for approximately two minutes. While in this classroom,
they could hear several loud explosions. The teachers then
checked the hallway, and when it was clear, they all ran out the
exit adjacent to the classroom. Seth ran across the parking lot,

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and into a Mormon seminary house located at
few llIinutes later, he 90t a ride to Clement
unidentified student.
Prior to 4/20/99, he knew who Klebold was, but not
Harris. He thinks that the Friday prior to 4/20/99, Klebold
picked a fight with an unidentified athlete (jock). He knew who
the Trench coat Mafia was, but didn't personally know any of the
members, nor associate with them. After his return to school, at
Chatfield hiqh school, a qirl named courtney Shakowski stated
that just after fourth period she saw four or five 'rCM lllembers
enter the cafeteria. She stated that one them was carryinq a big
black duffel bag. They entered the cafeteria frOlll the senior
parking lot. There are also rulllors going around that there was a
third shooter.
Seth uses the Internet, bowever he does not have a
screen name. He does not have an ICQ account, nor does he
utilize chat rooms.

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVIlSTIGATtON

0.", al eanscnpuon 05/ 05/19.9 9


Kalynda Marie Bingham, DOB 12/18/1982, 9283 Wesc Brandt
Place, Littleton, Colorado, telephone (303)979-3556, a sophomore
at Columbine High School, was interviewed at her home in che
presence of her mocher, Debra Bingham, by Special Agent (SA) Ricky
V. Wright regarding the incident that cook 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, Bingham
provided the following information:
At approximately 11:10 am, Bingham got out of science
class, taught by Mr. Craft, and left the science department and
went directly down the stairs to the cafeteria. Bingham set her
bookbag and a gray sweatshirt down at a lunchroom table (marked R
on diagram sketch), got her luns:h, and sat back down. Bingham . /
remembers that Chanra Marshall~Nichele Dunn~and Letisha Marcum
were also sitting at her table. Bingham was sitting facing east.
Bingham thinks that Marshall was sitting facing southwest and
Marcum was sitting to Bingha~s right. There was a stack of
chairs to Bingham's left.
Bingham was eating her lunch, when she noticed that the
students on the west end of the cafeteria had gotten down under
the tables. Bingham and her friends got down as well. Dave
Sanders and One of the custodians was n4>ning around telling
everyone to get down. After about 45 seconds under the table,
everyone started running. Bingham was not sure what was going
on, but thought it must be serious. Bingham started to run as
well and ran up the stairs, then east down the hall, and out the
exit at the end of the hall. Once outside, Bingham ran across
Pierce Street to Leawood Park.
Bingham did not see the gunmen and did not remember
seeing any large duffle bags sitting in the cafeteria. Bingham
was not in the cafeteria at any other time during the day.
Bingham ~,ew who Eric Harris and DylL' Klebold were, but did not
know them well. Bingham did not remember seeing Harris or
Klebold on the day of the shooting or a few days prior to the
shooting. Bingham did not know any of the other members of the
Trenchcoat Mafia.
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Filil' 174A-DN-57419j Control #2591 Dee dlc....d 05/05/1999
b, SA Ricky v. Wright

Thisdocumem contains oetCH:r re'ommendaMJ".$ nor COrtl;l\.lSJons of the FBl it is me ptopel1}' of i.h¢ FBI and IS roaeed to your agency;
il and Its contents are not to be dl>mbul.ed 0iJ!51de your agenty
174A-DN-57419; Jeffeo #99-7625; Control #2591

Kalynda Marie Bingham 2

Bingham has heard that Tiffany Hoffman saw one of the


gunman, but it was not Harris or K~old. Bingham uses the
Internet screen name of tlbasti1317. To her knowledge, Bingham
has bad no contact with Harris or Klebold on the Internet.

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BIRCH-STERLING r C
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

S1J1'i'LEMENTAL REPORT

Defendant: Docket Number:


Date: 4-28-99 Case Number: 99A062
Deputy D.A.: Investigator: J.Burkhalter

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

Kandice Sterling, dab 2-5-55 Control # 1592


7057 S. Flower St.
Littleton, CO 80123
Ph. 303-973-9589

This investigator met with Mrs. Sterling for a followup interview at


3:30 P.M.
Mrs. Sterling called in to state she needed to talk to someone.

Mrs. Sterling began by saying she teaches Spanish and was working on
4-20-99 in the lower floor classroom.

At about 11:15 A.M., Mrs. Sterling was headed for her classroom from
the Teacher's lounge in the Cafeteria. At this time as she was in
the cafeteria area a wave of students moved away from the windows of
the cafeteria. The janitors then began yelling "get down." The
janitors then went upstairs.

Mrs. Sterling stated Dave Sanders, another teacher, came bolting out
of the teacher's lounge and up the stairs.

She then heard gunshots and crouched down. At this time a group of
people ran toward the kitchen area and onto the elevator. Someone
yelled get out of the elevator and they did. Some students stayed
on the elevator.

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Mrs. Sterling stated Lee Andres, a teacher, then held the door to
the auditorium open and everyone went upstairs through the
auditorium and out the door on the main hall and down the hall to
the hall by the counselling offices and then out the door by the gym.

After being outside Mrs. Sterling stated someone yelled, "there he


is,· and everyone moved again and climbed a picknick table and over
a fence. They told the students to go North to Bowles.

Mrs. Stex-ling stated she saw a student, Bryce McConnell, a senior


with another student. They were standing there and the majority had
moved away. She thought this was strange as Bryce and the student
didn't seem to want to leave the area.

Mrs. Sterling went on to say teachers were talking to each other


outside during the episode and the names, Eric Harris, Dylan, and
were names they associated with this incident. Mrs.
Sterling thinks it was Barb Hirakawa and Art Teacher and Susan
Peters who said this.

Mrs. Sterling stated they told Bryce to come with them and she told
him they need to come with them. Bryce answered her by saying he
was OK staying at this location. He stated he was safe there.

Mrs. Sterling stated Bryce didn't seem to be in the flight mode.


She had him in class and he is polite, and a good student with maybe
lat.ent. anger.

Mrs. Sterling stat.ed she knows Alex Marsh a female junior is an


admitted member of TCM. Alex came outside with her group and went
up to an investigator and gave a statement at Pierce and sewles.

Mrs. Sterling stat.ed Bryce and the othex- male st.udent stayed behind,
near the tennis courts from where the fence for smokers is.

Mrs. Sterling stayed at Pierce and Bowles.


Mrs. Sterling stated Zack heckler was a at.udent; assistant ana like
computers. He and Dylan were friends. Kathy Lutz taught them
French.

Mrs. Sterling noticed Bryce and Matt Ricks were outside but not
together. She stated Matt had a funny look on his face ana his a
loner at school. She doesn't know if he is a TOM member.

Mrs. Sterling did not see suspects. She didn't see any devices.

She stated she hasn't talked to the press and no students approached
her with information about the incident.

She went on to say the sprinklers were not on when she left the
cafeteria.

Mrs. Sterling stated Amy Burnett, teacher, taught Eric Harris three
years of German.

Mrs. Sterling remembered Alex Marsh came into the LMC saying she had
to find "Nicole" (possibly Markum) . This was before the incident.

Mrs. Sterling stated this is all she could remember at this time.

Date

JC.o1l1.1l1l2486
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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTALREPORT
~EPORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04-29-99
OFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE!JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

SUSPECT:
ERIC HARRIS
DYLAN KLE80LO

WITNESS:
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON2185, FBI: 174A·DN-57419, JCSO: CR#99-162S, TEAM 4,
CAFETERIA WITNESSES. COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL

1. BIRCH-STERLING, CANDACE M., WIF, OOB: 02·05·55


7057 South FlowerStreet, Littleton, CO 60128. 303·973-9569

INVeSTIGATION:
On 05·02·99 at 1230 hours I contacted Candace Birch-5t&r1ing by phone. Mrs. Ster1ing is a Spanish
teacherat Columbine High School. She stated she arrived at school the morning of 04-20·99 at approximately
0645 hours. Shestated the school has beenopenin the past as earlyas 0600 hours. She statedshe did not see
anything unusual in or around the school that morning. Shestatedsnewasnotfamlliarwith KLEBOLD or HARRIS
and did not see them that morning.
Mrs. Sterling left the foreign language department on the lower level and entered the cafaleria between
1115 and 1120 hours. She statedshe was standing nextto the serviceline with two otherteachers by the name
of Jane Brug and NoleneRegnier. She stated shewas near the thirdservice line going east to west. Shestated
thaI some eustccians called out for everyone to gel down because there was someone with a gun. She stated
she then noticed Mr. Sanders running east through the cafeleria with possibly anothercustodian. She stated she
saw a social studies teacher, Eric Kreutzer, make his way to \he west window of the cafeteria. She stated she
thought everyone was trying to keep the gunman in sight because of the CUlVe in the building you could not see
him from just standing inside the cafeteria. She stated people started to yell to get out and she went to the
elevatorandgot in. Shethengot out ofthe elevator before ij left thegroundfloor. The mUllic teacher. Lee Andres
Jr., then opened upthe auditorium doors. Sheand a group of students went into the auditorium on stageandthen
up the north side of the auditorium leadingto the top floor. Mrs. Sterling statedthey crossed the mainfloor and

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JC-001-002481
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04·29..&9
OFFENSE: AOAiCOLUMBINE HtGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
c"",,'T,<.v,-" .;), li',$ (J5 ut co> - ':; n,z LONe,

ran to the (;ounselo(s office and out that exit. Shestatedthat they cressed the fence leadingnorth intoClement
PllI1< andwas 25 to 30 yards in sight of the parkwhenshe saw a senior, Brice MCConnell, standing, watching the
school. Sheslaled MCConnell was with another boywhoshe had not seenIn s(;hool before. Mrs. Sterling stated
she urged MCConnell that he neededto movefurthernorthin the park. MCConnell replied that he was okay, that
he was fine, and that he was going stay there. Mrs. Sterilng stated an art teacher, Barb Hirakawa, also walked
up and urged McConnell to move back. He refused.
Mrs. Sterling statedMcConnell had been in her class beforeandwas alwayspolite to her. She statedhe
was a !;lOad student (above average) and stubbom, She stated she sensed that he had latent anger. She also
statedthat eventhough he had wom a blackdusterin the past, she dtd notconsider him a part of the 'trench coat
mafia' group,
Mrs. Sterling statedthat MCConnell seemed very stole andfirm about standing and watohing the school.
She stated he dismissed all concerns for his safetyand the need to move further away. She stated he was very
''1terested in watching what was going on. She thought this was unusual in light of the hazard.
Mrs. Sterling statedthat a memberof 'TCM' by the nameof Alex Marsh (female) had bsen in a class of
hers before, She stated she had never felt threatened from any member of the group.

Detective's signature/number/date

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I BLAIR, L.

Jc.o01.002489
JBJ'J'ftSON COlJlII'1'lr DISTlUCT ATTOIUIBY'S OJ'J'ICB

Defendant. Docket :ll'wII:l_.


Date. May 15, 1999 Calle lII'WIlber. 174A-PN57419
99-7625
CN 2592
Deputy D.A. I Inve.tigator: Lauck

Lindsy Blair
6532 W. Arbor Ave.
Littleton, CO., 80127
303/798-6687

eMS student, cafeteria witness.

On May 15, 1999, this investigator met with Lindsy Blair at her
residence. Present during the interview were her parents.

Lindsy advised that she was in the cafeteria shortly after


10:00 a.m. on the day of the incident as her fourth hour is her "off
hour." She said that there did not appear to be anything unusual
going on and at this time, and noted that there were probably one
hundred and fifty students in the Cafeteria. During this time
period, Lindsy said she was with Jenny Allen, Melissa Lorenz, Don
Nurhut (SF?), Nichola Ray, and Lindsy Dowling. She was !Shown a
sketch of the cafeteria and indicated that she was at the table
mark.ed "V," during her lunch break which began at 11:10 a.m. Others
at her table Were: Alex Goldberg, Amiee stone, Naomi Lucero, Loren
Beyer, and Jennifer Muncen. She advised that at approximately 11:15
a.m., she heard scmecne say, "they have a gun," and students began
screaming. She saw many of the students get up from their tables and
run toward the stairs. She said thet she also ran to the stairs and
followed students to the upper level. She stated that she then ran

1 JC·001· 002490
down the hall between the math and social studies halls, east to a
door by the math room and out that door to S. Pierce St. and then to
her residence

She recalled that while running down the hall, she heard three
loud explosions. She could not tell whether they were gunshots or
bombs.

Lindsy stated that she did not know Bric Ha=is or Dylan
Klebold. She said she had never heard of the "trench coat mafia.·
She was unaware of any rumors relating to this incident.

Investigation continues.

Date

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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
l\flNIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED
~-V()y &.A/~ C,,-v 2:;-U
1. Didyou oversee thetwo la.rge duffel bags in tile cafemria ? /1/,)

2. Didyau see allYO'" Cllnj'ing or in tile possossioo o( 111_ duflill bags, ill a previous time , N/,,<1
3. Didyou"", EricHarris ot Dylan lOeboldeither 00 Mallday o(Tuesday? WlJa< wen: theydoms ? /ll 0
What did theysay? Werell1ey withanyone else ?

4. Didyouleave anything behindin tile cafeterl.a or anywbe;e else in lI1e scbool ? /1/0

S. Wba WllIe you with ill the c:ali!lteria ? Wbere were you siaing ?
6. Didyou see ortalkm ilIlY of tile Trm::b Coat M.a1ia tlIlll:l:lb<rs on Mollday, Tuesday, Howabout lI1e NO
prior week orweeil:ud ?

8. Whatwet'< you wearing? Did you have a back pack ,What didit look like andI or beve in it, ~<'N ::1.0< ,1<['4"'-

9. How did you leave lI1e cafellll".a urthe building, WlJa<were lheeveatsthaJ: tnadlo youleave? tZr("/l r-

IO. What ti1lle did youOIlier lI1e cafeteria ? Wlleredid you comefrom (priono lI1e cafeteria) ? "

I!. Have lhem tlltll1< wbere they were si<dog, their roum out of lhe buildinsand wbom lheywere with ("If ~
koown) ,

12. Howdidyou .:tit the building? ""here did you go whenyou go< out and wbat did yousee on1he a . f'~ r
outside of the building ?

ib: Do you... the rnwn",? Ifso, wharis your screen """"'? Do youhavean lCQ (aka: 1seck. you I -
'-' _ to a chat line) ""COUllt ?

6 00 youknow anybody with • "double pierced eyebrow" ?


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15. Did you see or he:ll: my uouswd llllDounuetllllolS prior to the shuotings ? Do you koow what the
"Thought of the day W1lll" over the &bel News Network(RNN) ?

16. Can you provide ooy fill'lI1er informatiOll 00 tile lIlelllbers of theTrench Coat Mafia ?

17. Ask the paml13 iflhe kids havemid them anything else? Dilfemlt?

JC.001.00 2493
BLATTER. E

Jc..o01 - 002494
Supplemenllll aeport
JCSO 9jl.7625 1 FBI174A·DN·S7419 1 CONrROL NUMBER: 2389
tn.esdplor Dan Pfannenstlell West Metro Fire 1 J03-9lJ9.4307 ExtA!lISion 5JlI

On May 3, 1999 at 1000 hours I mel with Estee Blatter(dob17·12-8ll, her falbe<, Wesand her mother,
Tami at 5930 West Coalmine Avenue in Uttlelon. Colorado for the purpose of an interview,

Bstee Blatterprovided the following informaaon about the Columbine High School incident, which
occurredon April 20, 1999:

• Estee had World History theday of the incident,which was held In the Library that day, She stared
that this is the second time that they have had class in the Library, She stated thlll snedid not see
anythingunusual going on in the Library, nor did she see any ttellch coatsill the Library, She stared
that they (the class) ,al "to thelelt of the emranceas you walk tnro the Library".

• ESlte staredthat she got OUI of class at l l: to a.m. (fuS! hell)IllId went strllight downstairs to the
cafeteriavia the interior stairs. She stated that she was witha NicldSpurgiese(sic). She stated that
the went 10 the table where they were sittingand then realized that "she forget her lunch" and went
back to get it. She stated that she was by herselfat this time.

• Estte stated that the second hell (11:15 a.m.) had rung as she was geing down the stalIs for the second
time, She stated that she did not see anything unusual in the halls wben she was. "coming or goingto
her locker".

• Estee identifiedthat she was. sitting at table "H" or "I" as identified in the FBI Evidence Diagram(see
attached). Estee stared that she was facing west and was sitingwith a MarySue Barabue (sic), Mary
Beck (sic) and Nield Spurgiese (sic), She stated that she did not see any duffel hags or large bsekpacks
comingor going from the cafeten.,

• E'tee Staledthat sbe was silting at the table and "Kim Blaircame in one of the soutn doors (near their
table) and grabbed Mary Sue", Esree ",""d that "Kim was freaking out and s.ying something was
wrong with 'Ann Marie Flocltbalter''',

• Estee stared that Nield, Mary Sue and herself went out the soalb doors (that Kim came in) and "started
to go west". Sbe stated Ill.t Mary Sue and Nick were ahead ofller and that she (Estee) was "n!llquilll
to the corner yet". Estee stared that she "doesn't really think she saw anything, but heard something
that made her 1llIll around and run back to <be doors tbeycame out", She stated that she "is nee sure
what made her1llIll around",but that she does remember "going back to tbe tables and warning others
about. sbooting". She stated that Mary Sue and Nicki were still hehind her and she does not know
what tIleymay have seen or beard,

• Estee seared that "people in tbe cafeteriawere all yelling to get under the tabies", She stared taaeshe
did just that (get under the table), She stated that whileon the groundunder the table she remembers
that Mr. Kritzer, Ms. Lucas and a custodian wereclose. becausethey were "talking co us", She stated
thar she remembers there hemg"different sounds", She statlld that the sounds were "like an explosion
and then a gun", She stated tIlat they were "very consranr" and seemed to be coming from tile "west
door of the cafeteria, by the stairs", She thought that she wason Ill. groundand under the tablefor
about IS seconds.

• Esree stated that eventually, one of the teachers told \IS to tun and that "everyone got up and ran IX> the
stairs". She stated that she went "east along the southwalland then out tbe sooth doors, by Rabel
Corner", rather than going up the stairs, Sbe stated that she was by herself when 'he exited these south
doors. She stated that the "ceiling was fallingon ber headas she ran throughRebel Carner", She
thought wt it was coming from above, in me Library, rather than frombehind her, She stated thar ,,,,
took her backpackwith her when she left, 002.495
JC.o01-
Supplemental Report
JCSO 00·7625 1 FBI174A·DN·57419 I CONTROL NUMBER; 2389
Investie Dan PfatlllOnstiell WestMetro Flre 13413-989-4307 Esttns!(JIl5341

• Estee staled that when she ran out the doorsshe remembers seeing "Tyler Jackman driving a red
Mustangconvertible". She stated mar it is a "1989 or 1990 Mustang" and thaI he was "driving a little
faster than normal, bUI aoe real fast". She Slatedthat sae could 001 tell whal he was wearing or if
anybody was in the car WIth Tyler. She stated that h. was "driving east thtough the parking lot".
ESIee stared thaIshe yelled "Tyler" and !liarhe did 001 acknowledge bet.

• Estee stated that she ran aCfO$S the road and into the parking lot, She stated Ibal she ran "generally east
to bet parkingspace (she did not know the space number, nor did she have her permil WIth her)". She
stated !liar she drives. Grey Isuzu pick up truck with no shell. She stated !liar she did nOl seeany
gunman or heat any gunfire as she was ruooing througb the parking10e She staled !liarshe did not see
"anybody .1 all in the parking101" at !liartime. nor did she see "any other em coming or going".

• Esree stated thaI she got in her truckand startedit. She StllIed that she wanted to l••ve and theo
lhoughl"oh. my brother". She staled that she wailed for a few momentsand then shul the truckoff,
got out and locked the doors.

• She stated IllsI 'he "looked around the parkinglot for. few moments" and then "people started
runaing everywhere,hUl mosdy towards Leawood Park". She swed tbar she never saw bet brother so
she ran tbroegh the junior parking lot and 10a hill (on <be west side of Pierce Street). She stated Illst
'he stayed there for. few minutes with a teacher (unknown as 10whom) until the "windowsstarted to
shalleI" .

• She stated that she lhen ran "to the corner house" at Polk and Pierce. She stared thaI while at this
house, "two car loads of kids drove easr 00 Polk. mrned around at Pterce and then drove west on Polk",
She stated that one was a "taaaish utility vehicle", bur could provide no further details. She assumed
that they could not gel "OUI on 10Pierce III tbat rime". She staled that the police """,ed comingin ar
tbardme.

• Estee seated thaI wllileSittingin her vehicle (parked frontward), to bet left is Brian Walker (grey eat)
and to herrighl is Melanie Bower (small blue car).

• Estee staled thaI she does not have e-mailor access to the Internet "home. She stated that she does
use the school computer under the e-mail name of EBI.ner. Estee Slated that she, along with many
others use the general school password (unknOWll) , She staled that she does not have any knowledge
of what "!CQ" means.

• ESIee stated thaI she does not know anybody with • double pierced eyebrow. but knows that several
people at school have. single pierced eyebrow. She stated tbar she could not provideany names at
this paine

• Estee stared that she is aware of the Trench Coat Mafia ITCM) by their dress of "black trenchcoats
and clack hoots". She staled that she does no know them by name or by face and ccly sees them
"hanging out at the bottom of the stair. by Rebel Corner'. She stated thaIshe sometimes sees them
"hanging oul in the Junior parking101 after school as she is leaving". EareeSlatedthat she did .01 see
any of the TCM members the day of the incident, hUI that il is not "unuseal for her not to".

• Again, Estee Slatedthat she did nor see any of the "shooters or TCM membersthat day".

Wes Blatter, the father of Estee Blatter, then provided some third hand information. Wes stated that he
works with Aleecia Thomas (303-932-3324). Wes stated that Aleecia told him that an adult frieDd of hers
(aame unknown at this dme) "typically drops bet kids off at schocl andsees the TCM smokingon the hill".
Wes continued '0 stale thaI he understandsthat "these TCM guys, in black trench coats, were nOI there the
roomingof the incident, but rather in the hack of a tan car in the southwestparking lot".

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SupplcmeDlal Report
JCSO !J!I-7625 I FBIl74A·DN-S7419 I CONTROL NUMBER: 23119

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Illvestiptor Dan PranDeustleII West Mell'O Fi... 13lI3-'lli9-4307 EJrtel>lion S30

Apparently Aleecia'. lIOn, AllanThomasaMods Columbine HighSchool. I had staffquery the Rapid S!lIrt
lnfOl'llllllion System for AllanThomasand A1eeeia Thomas. Therewere nocontactsor cOll1ro1
assigne<l to tileaforementioned. lief! a lDflSSlll1l' with A1eecla Thomas to page meas IlOOn as possible.

• Esll!e stated tbst sIle"knows that Allan Thomas, Marlr. TaylorandMike Johnson all Iumg out 00 the
l1iU where the sbooting occurred (hill nextto the west eafeIeriadoors)"

• &100 couldnot provicle any funber detailsat Ibis time.

I gave Estee Blatler and her father my business CllTd should theY need to bave a contactregarding !his
ineideut. Included with!his report i,the diagram that Estee Blatlerdrew her location,emranee into and
exit out of the eafOlllria,

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Narrative:

Interview with Lauren Bonin

On 5-5-99,lnv, Reker did Interview Bonin at her residence with her parents present,

Bonin states that she was in the cafeteria at the time the shooting started at table NN and that she
ducked underthe table and then ran up the stairs and downthe science hall out the east door and then to
Leawood park.

Bonin did not see any of the shooters and could not provide any further information about the
shooting.

Bonin did state that there is a special education student whom works in the library at the school with
;h nameof "Nathan' whom has talked about bombs In his heart and bombs In the garbage can"

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