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CASE NUMBER 99-7625

SUPPLEMENT REPORT
REPORTING AGENCY: JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERlFF'S OFFICE
REPORTING OFFICER; SK WYGANT 10m$.'
DATE OF THIS REPORT: 082399
CASE STATUS: OPEN

WITNESS INFORMATION

CONTROL NUMBER 1029

KRISTIN GARRAMONE DOB 082483


10489 WlLLIAMS STREET
NORmGLENN, COLORADO 80233
PHONE 303 4523788

VESTIGATION
On 082299, I telephonically interviewed Kristin Garramone, a student at Columbine High
School. Kristen reported to methat she was interviewed once before by Jefferson County
DistrictAttorneys Office. Possiblyby JohnLauck.
On 042099, around 111:5 hours KristenGarramone was in the cafeteriaeating lunchwhen
the shooting incident began. Kristin said she was sitting at a table almost directly in the
middle of the cafeteria. She was sittingwith, Dustin Gordon, Greg Garcia, Sean Roberts,
Richie Green, Bret Kostnalik, Paul Andrews, Dustin Meyersand others that she could not
recall their names. While eating lunch a commotion broke out Soon afterwards she saw
students and Mr. Sanders run in and yelled for students to get down on the floor. She
could hear gunshot. Shetold me the gunshots sounded like firecrackers. Garramone and
her friends hid on the cafeteria floor for awhile. She then got up and ran into the kitchen
where she hid in a mop closet with Sean Roberts, Greg Garcia, Austin Meyers, Paul
Andrews, some of the lunch staff, some teachers and others that she could not recall their
names. Shewas later rescued.

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Garramone recalled stepping over a large pllCk on her way into the cafeteria on that day.
She thought it was a duffel bag, but could not be sure. She reported that thls was not
unusual, because the cafeteria always had backpacks lying all over the floor.
Garramone said that she could not see the shooting or the shooters from her table
location. She was only able to hear the shooting. Garramone told me that she was
surrounded by her friends and couldnot see anything,
Garramone did report to losing her bllCkpack on 042099 in the cafeteria, She said it was
biack,

DISPOSITION: CASE OPEN

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. Tyrone Garrett. black male. date of birth May 1. 19B4,


9~73West Cross. Littleton. Colorado, 13031 972-6295. was advised
of the identity of the interviewing Agent and the purpose of the
in~erview. Also in attendance during the interview was Jessica
Rosecrans and Cyenthia Margects. Garrett provided the folloWing
information:
Garrett i$ a freshman at columbine High Sohool (CHSJ.
Garrett does not personally know ~ric Harris nor Dylan Klebold.
On April 20. 1999, Garrett went to sohool and attended
olasses from apprOXimately 7:30 a.m. until 11:10 a.m. At 11:10
a.m., Garrete went eo lunch at the school's cafeteria and sac at
apprOXimately 'I'a.ble DD. At Garrett'$ taJ:lle Wile Kenny Rupp, Bo
LaSt N"me unknown, Mike Naifeh. and Jarrett Saer. After getting
his Luncn, Garrett sat down at his table and observed everyone
around him getting down on the floor. The janitors told everyone
to get down. Garrett heard gunShots to the west. outside the
cafeteria. Garrett ran east along the oafeteria's south wall and
into the foreign language area. Garrett ran out the school's
lower level south door with Nat ow.n ~ ilaine Last Name
Unknown. 'l'h"y ran acrou the $Cr.."t. Garrett could not provide
any additional information regarding the inoident.
Paul Freeman saw guys with guns in the oafeteria.

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Denver Police Department

Metro Gang Task Force

Date. 05·11·'19
To' The JeffersonCounty DistrictAttorneys Office
From DetectiveTerry Demmel 78007, Assigned with The Columbine Law Enforcment
Task Force

Supplementary Report

Ref Interviewof Columbine Sophomore '"Ielinda Gartoni DOB 09·21·83

On 05·11·99 at II 00 A.M. Detective Terry Dernrnel, who is assigned with The


Columbine Law Enforcement Task Force.contacted Columbine Sophomorestduent
MelindaGartcni at her home. Melinda s motherwas present for the interview. Melinda
reported that on Tuesday the 10'" 'he had .I" hour off and was in tile Commons when 'he
heard what sounded like fire works going off outsideof the cafeteria that caused about 50
students to get up and run towards the wnndews Melinda heard 4 loud bangs ana heard
the cafeteria window get hit and glass break. People were yelling to get down and she
momentarily crawled under a table Melinda marked on the map which table she was
seared at when the incident began. Melindahad gotten down when she saw a person
dressed in all black. wearing a trench coat with somethingdark wrapped around hi' upper
face: 'he couldn't see if he was wearing a hat or not; walk into the cafeteria from the
north door by the pop machines. Melindastared tha; the party had a long black gun and
was alone.

Melindareported that she knew who Dylanwas and had said .. Hi " to him several times
but ,hal she could not identifythe personwho walked into the cafeteria wearing the
trench coat and carrying the gun.

When the party with the gun carneInto the cafeteria Melinda stated 'he began to run
when she tripped over a chair and fell down, Melindathen ran up some stairs and
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started go into the Library when she changed her directionand went into the
auditorium where she stayed for a while. She began screaming and was helped up and
Jedout by another student that she stated was '"ran Kechter: one the victims that was then
killed.

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Melinda reported that she ran into the main hallway and out of the east main entrance
door The glass from the door fell on them as they wee going through it Melinda
suspects that the glass was already broken from what she thought was baseballs as she
reports seeing baseballs lying on the ground outside of the door.

Del. Dernmel asked Melinda if she saw any unusual items or bags in the cafeteria while
she was intnere with Melinda reporting that she thinks she saw a big red duffel bag that
was larger than the many back. packs that are normally in the cafeteria. Melinda reported
that the bag was approximately 10 feel south of the table she was seated at and was
sitting on top of a table. Melinda says that she got to the cafeteria table about I 1.15
A.M. she believes and that was about the time that she saw the bag.

observed . . - c o m . into the cafeteria and


checked Wlth Group 4 and was advised by Del. Mark
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Melinda stated that a girl by the name of Ashley Eagland had told her that she bed
involved. Det, Demmel
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had been contacted and interviewed and that Ashley did report t h a , - " w a s in
the cafeteria and was involved in the incident.

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INVEsTIGATION,

On06-29-99,1le""e<:n theboues of 1058 and 1204.1 had an opportunity to speak wlth B.. Gartoni tn reference 10 'he Columbine
High Sohool incident that occurred on 04-20-99, Bae had been identified through wime.. interviews as beingin the school
cafeteria on the incident date.

Upon contactmg Bee. she told me !hat she arrived at school on 04-20-99 at abOUt 0705 ,",un and that she rodeto school that
morning with Brandi andMonica Malonson. They had driven toschool in Monica's cat,parked the vehicle overnearLeawood
Park and walked into the main entrance Bee attendedher normally scheduledclasses. telling me that she has first hour Math

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by \15 Williamsand she has fourth hour free. Bae told me that after her third period Biology class. she went to her lockerand
then proceededdown mro the cafeteria area at the highschool, tellingme thar she got down there at about WJO hours f showed
Baea diagramof the cafeteriaand asked if shecould leU me where she was seatedon the incidentdate She told me thatshe v..;ts
seared at Table [J and seated therewithherwereher friends, Natalie Baker, home telephone number of 303·918-0293. Kelsey
Fowler. home telephone number of 303·97J.·2022. Jenny Polack. home telephone number unknown. Kristin Griffith, home
telephonenumber unknown, Naomi Lucero.hometelephonenumber 303.973..1368.Brandi Molonson. heme telephone number
303,,933..3269, Laura Green, horne telephone nl.1mbe1' unknown and a student only known 10 her as "Renee,"

Bae was asked ifwhile she was seated in the cafeteriaIfshe observedtwo largeduffle bags or sports hags. one being blue in color
and the other being an crangishred in color. whichwere locat~d in the- central.;ore area. I was asking if she absented {hose bags
or if she observedanyone bring those bags in on the incidentdate, She could not provide any lnformeuon reference the bags
Bae proceeded to tell me mat between the hours of 1115 and 11 :W, that sitehadgone up to the food service line where she got
her lunch and pr<X'eeded back to her t3ble, telling me- thaI she wasseared on the south east corner of the table and that she could
easily leek CUt the west WindOWS of the cafeteria.

At abour t ! 15 hours, Bee recalled hearing popping noises, She referred to them as grecrackers coming from outside the cafeteria
She told me that shortly after the popping noises. she saw t\.VO janitors, onejanitor she identified as "joe:' the second janitor she
did not know ius name but described him as a. white male.'Short. slenderbuild.. brown hair. mustache. had on blue jean$> tennis
shoe, anda blackbaseball cap. Shetoldme tha' the twojanitors were yelling at the SlU<1e1lu to get downunderthe tables. She
initially thought mat there was a fight going on betweenSTUdents or was possibly some type of a senior prank, but she gor under
the table. not knowing what was gOing on.

Bae recalls thatshe heard fouradditional P"lll'ing noise,coming from outside andthatsbe began '0 look up from under hertable
and at this point she observed r\1JO suspectsor gunmen StS-l'l.ding outside the cafeteria out on the: west sidewalk, Bae described
tbe first suspect as beinga white male, around 6'0" tall,blondish blown hair,,houlderlength. The individual was weanagdark
Amy pants. a blaCK,·,hirtandhe hadblackbocrs.justbelowhis knee" Shealsosrated thatthe individual was wearing, black

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trench coatandthat h~ wascarrying some- type ora weapon Bae described the gun as beinga smaller gun. It was only about
18 incheslon,S! and she recalls the suspect held the gun, using only his rigru: hand. Sac told me through the media reports rnat
she identified thar gunman as being Dylan Klebold,

Bae then describedsuspect #2 as beinga white male,around6'0', tellingme she t:1idn't get a good descriptionQfthis individual
suchas hishaircolorbecause he had some type of a nator romedung else on top of his head She [old. me the rndiv [dual .... as
wearing derk panrs. had a white t-shirt on. a black tret'lch coat and mat he had a long gun [elling me {hat this individual's g.un
was longerthan suspect #-1 ! asked her to describe how the suspectwas holding; the weapon. She told me that he was holding
the gun with both hands and that his right hand was near the: trigger area. Bae stated that shortly after seeing the two suspects
ouislde thaI she proceeded 10 run from i-able ntoward thestair.ca5e As shewas going up me stairs. she rold methat shestopped
on the landingarea at the rap of the tint set of sues. lookedback into the cafeteria and observed suspect :j t who she idem! fled
as Dylan Klebcld walkinside the cafeteria. Again.usingthe mapof thecafeteria, r asked her whereshe observedthisindividual
Jhe pointedout that he was standing in the row with Table L throughXX over the west side of the cafeteria Baewas asked it'
she observedsuspect .Z at this point. She stated thatdue to t:.,e confusion. studentsstartedto run toward the stairs She wasnor
sure if suspect #1 entered into the cafeteria. Bae explained that once she get to the top of the stairs and was in the main levelof
the' high scbccl, she stopped for a few minutes. teUing 1:)'11: dial she hadjust recently transferred [0 ColumbineHigh Scbcoland
she wasn't SUf4" where she should run, She- told me that larershe spoke with a. friend (Ifhers by the name of Dav id Smith, who
{old. her that Ire had yelled at her when she was standing up near the top of the stairs, David was telling her to run, but she did
not. as she was trying to figure out where she would go Bat told me that she ran into tilt! auditorium Once inside the
auditorium. she med to get into the audio room, but dledoor was tacked. At that point, she reid me that she sat de....rn in a corner
and there were several other studentsaround her. She couldn't provideany identities to those students and theyjust waited in
the' auditorium.

Bat explained that she was probably in the auditorium foraboutten minutes. when an unidennfledwhite male: studentcame into
the auditorium and rold themthat they neededto leavethe school She told me that this individual led themout crthe auditorium
wherethey exitedinto the main hallway ofrhe schooland ran easttowardthe mainoffice ,-'\$ they reachedt..,e doorsat the main
entrance. Bae recalls hearing gunshots coming from down the hallway, just behind her and as she: reached the ~lass doors, she

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recalls that the glasspanets m thedoors shattered. She continued. to run out the doors. and ran east intothe subdivision eastof
Pierce Street

I asked Bee if she had ever lookedback when she got to the main exits to see who was tiring the weapon behind her She stated
!hatshedid lookback arlO: she described seemg a white male. weanng clark. jeansand a white short sleeved shirt Hehadlight
brown hairandwascarrying a longgun SheCQt.dd provide noadditional information or description reference thisperson. t':Hing
meshejus, saw him ata quickglance as site wasgoing out the doors. Through <he description that Ba. had given meinreference
to suspect #2 who she saw outside. west of the cafeteria. This description sounds like Eric Hams after he had shed his black
trench coat prier to entering mto the west doors of the school.

Bae was shown phore lineup =9 and asked if she ."uld identitY any of me,ubJe<:!S as beingme individuals she observed in rhe
schoolon 04-Z.0~99 Bae immediately picked picture :3:). wl\Q was identified as Dylan Klebold. telling me he is the indh idual
he describedas suspect #1. and later observed walkingin the cafeteria at the high school. Bae was then shownpboroline up
page 43 and asked if she could identify any ofthose subJects, She immediately pointedto picture #2, which depictsEric Harris
and stated she recognized Eric H:arris from the media accounts.but she could not positively identify him as beingsuspect :;t~

Bae was asked if she knew Eric Harrisor Dylan Kl:bold or an~ of the associares ofthc Trench Coal Mafia, She stated rhaz she
knew the two were students but she couldn't provide any addiricnal infcrmaricn about the two. She also told me that the onl;
associatethat she knew Qfthe Trench Coat Mafia was a ~e}jss.a Sowderand she briefly mentioned. an incidentthat occurredat
Chatfield High School whereMelissa toldsomeof the alhh'testh"'" tha' shewishe<! 'he couldhave helped Ericand Dylan kill
someof <he athlete s She proceeded totell"", thalappanmtly Meli... had been taken outof the schoot reference <he threatS she
made toward the otherstudents.

I had Baedescribed herclothing on the incident date, She'old me that'he was wearing a pair of khaki shorts. badon a white
tank lOp, and had a blue longsleevehooded jacket over the tanktop, Beewas unable to provide: any addirional information
reference this incidern.
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A CDPY of the diagram: of the school cafeteria wasagain provided to Bae.at which timeI askedherto document where shewas
seared in the cafeteriaand her movements out A copyof thatdiagram is attached to this supplemental report. and l alsoattached
photocopies of the two photo line ups that were shewn to her.

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DISPOSmQN: Case open. pendingfurther investigation.

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pager (303) 2C1-o596

ACTION TAKEN:

On April :0.1999 all UlvostiptiV. Agent'! wi'" Ole Co_ Elw:oa!> OflirYootigaliOllli.o.uvor oflloe were
"VIM<! over Ole Cll4i0 '0 rospomi eo Columbine lliib Seboal '0""" oaa ~ 11Ie Rcportillg
Agent, Lwda R, HOLLOWAY CR.A) arrived Oll .,..." 1,20p.... Numamos _ JlOfSO'lIlJ'l were
alteady on sceneaad. oOlllllll1lld post !:lad alteady' - ' SIlt up by!!le Jollilnoa COWlly Sheriff" Ofli<:o.

11Ie itA. 00_ _ of the '_1:1.. !!ley ...... b<lng ,.IlOl0<1 ft<>1l1 !!le Illgb SCnee1'0 !lie....
""'" Ole C<l1lllllJll>I1 Post. 11Ie 'tu<lents !Jlat I ootmll:ll!rl "" lillted belo"', Aa _ '""" """" to COD""'"
parent Off.mul~ by cell pbcce and me'hildren W'e1'e lUrl1I!ld over to coQl)5ltlors or victim advocateS

Gaucim ARACEU
D0806l16l82
ADDRESS, 6919 Soutll Reed C_
urrJetOlt Colorado
(3ll3) 436·3400
p"".<: Rose CAUClM

T"'baOLSON
OOB 1107183
ADDRESS' 7191 WestGlasgow Place
LittIe,oe, ColoOldo 80128
(303) 972...235
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AdamKYLEll
(Ul,eM......t by Ageot Sao" MUNO~'E of can
Paeeu Su. or Mi.Io> KYLER
(303) 973-6907
Adam', 1''"''......... co.",clOd by !lie R.A. and itlfO!'lllO(f "'" Adam .... aaf•• b.wever be bad
Reo..VeQ • ". lIlj ury :ID<I wool4 be ...,.;l<lt1Od by amilullID"" ., • -Or bc,pual
L1"", Eli_ HOR.'I&AKER
ADDRESS, 7459 SQuill Depew S......
Will..,n, C.wOldo ~128

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10...... VANDEMARK "'late<l ..., be !:lad seen cee of!lle ..-l guJIIIlaL He _llim .. belog
!bott. 1la""1blond ,pike<llwt and ""'l'U'S ... "".. with. bla<:k Slrap aIlIIl:!le<l. He _ stated "'" Ole
gunmen hoiollJ" Ill. T",ncilCOlI' Malia. He _ _ dw bo !:lad""'"..... or lout ilo<Iies on ,.....
as betlIll iro"'''' buug" .pproltilllMely 144S ,. 14SQ 1Ioun.

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Kristine KOEl.L-.ER 01 CB [ "'Iated!hat she 1:uKl1_ i1lformalioo ""m 1lle Imeln'" 00 thie group of
people who identified aeeservee as me Trend!CoalMalia. Inf_o tbat see I:uKllocan!d was relayed
(0 1lle RA artile Hi8b Sea""J ilDO Jl'!!laye:l if !Ome C o _ P.... ODe _ of 1Mloformatioo Was •
......ge ""to, pcnOllldeOtifYulgl1Uno<lf as LANG SILAS, He _mill! message tbat ae was .,.
_ of elle Treacb COal Maiia ll>t<l tbat be would die o. April 20, 1999,

Ai: ~()45 hours OIl April 20, 1999, BarneGCE1'Z of <be Col. ...o B....... oll.ovesoption. PueblocIllce
related to ~ that be !wi noticeda ca:rvUl:g iD a picnic W)le in the puk to r.be corm of the High School. A
canopy covers a picnic area werelabot3totY pet"SOl1l1el were gathered and. bemg briefed on the SoCeOlt The
carvings were the numben ";;:20" aod on the opposite sideof the samewoodeD tabJe were ttle o:wnbe:ts
"lSi" 80ell CllrVillg appeared tbat tbeyI:uKlbeonlmbly cu, dltoUp ttle paiollld sw:l\l<:e of !be 1lIbles, This
illfotmlllioo "'"' ' ored to Cluel loves"ptioo Kale llAITON,

00 April 21, 1999 me R"" "'_lD til< 1_"""00 0('" vohiol.. i1l ... porlOoglou adj"""",to the
High Scheel. Lists of regisU3JioD information wen f1!tayed between CBI JJ:X1 me Command Post Ow: were
obcaiDed mrougD. rbe Colorado DepartI:Dcmt of Motor vtbi;11S. Eou::h vehicle Ul me parkinglocs !lad a piflC8
o f . aeta.:hed toa wi.Ddow and d1e tWt'lft of tbe regimnd O~ were writteD on ~ tape.

The Bomb Squad swc;l:led sevtnl cars to identify suspicious items that crxUd be seenor that hadat2y
potenaalassocianonw1Ul tbc sbooti.l:1g" The follcwiag lists of vehicles weresearched by we BombSquad
during me time period I was lamhed wttb: tte veb1cie identification:

5B3391O 1_, blue Fool


cas 5573 • bluePtec;o
RCT 57S
94957RS Ill",. coe"",l", Pickup Trucl:
RCT 578 Dodge C...._
GBY 7690 blue Toyo.. Corou.
HII 5730 0"""'" - MaleyJOHNSON - "",,"dod !<oy, ll>t<l autlroczed -=
........ tJ:lllllticg ou"",rou,vehlcl. . i1l rhe llOnll.-< parlcillg lo~ ttle R.A. _ iosw. the Hlgh School
wltl1 E:vicleuce Team ~ lD ~ ccueeace of evidence i.e. ite mai.n llailway of the buik.1i.ng.

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ColumbIne High School, \1 th grade

INVESTIGATION;

On 05-\1·99, a, about \0:30 a.rn., I interviewed CMS student Araceli Gaucin as follow up on DN2415 Although thelead 'heel
mdrcated that Araceti was previously interviewed. she told me thatshe was not The interview was conducted at Aracelis
home. while her parents were at work.

Ataceli told me that on 04-20..99. at aecut 11; I0 a.m . she had just finished her fourth period class, which is located on the

school's upper level. After leaving class.Aracell said that she went to her locker and placed her backpack inside it. She then

waited forher friend, Student Michelle Huff'(1Hh), whoarrived at Araceli's locker within a minute or so, Aracelisaid thai she
and:.1ichelle lhenexited the school's wes' doors, by tltelibrary, walked down the(outside) stairway, andentered 'he cafete ria
through its northwest door. nextto tne teacher's lounge, Araceli said that theythen stoodin theserving lineand pu,chased rher
lunches Araceli estimated that it would: have been about II 15 a.rn. at that time,

After Araceli and Michelle received their lunch trays, she said (hey both began walking back toward the cafeteria's northwest
door with the intent of goingoutsideto eat theirlunch. Araceli said lhatupon reaching the door. but prior to exiting it (they
wereboth still inside), they stopped and $3.W "aboutfive srudents" at the door, Araceh said that there was a commotion. and
assumed 'bal a flght was taking placeoutsidethedoor Araceli saidtIlat she,hen ,ooka close, look, still from inside. and saw

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a male lying on the ground directly outside and to the right (west) of the door Araceli said that a female teacher" whomshe
identified as Chris Redmerski. was leaning overthisstudent and 3Pl)eareQ to be touching him Araceli said thatshethen tcokec
outside the window to her right {westside of the door, facing west} and saw another male srudent lying on the ground. to the
West of the baseof the stairway. Araceli said that she was notsure what was happening. and thoughr it might be some kind of
joke, At thatpoint. Araceli said she heard whatshethought wasa gunshot. immediately followed by a coupleof people who
yelled, "Getdown' Getdown!" Araceli said that me 'hen""lized something serious was happening, and mat'he and 'viicnelle
dropped their lunch traysandduckeddown onto the 1100T. Araceli said that sheand Michelle were nearthe soda machines at
uus time. and heard one more gunshot thaL sounded fairly close. Aracell said that this gunshotsounded to her like it hadstruck
glass. Araceli said that she and Michelle remained co the floor In thaL location for "about a minute:' then begancrawling
toward theeast door of the teacher's lounge,

Araceli said thatshe and Michelle crawled intothereacher's lounge, where- she remembered seeing teacher Judy Greco, another
female teacher {unknown}, and a female kitchen worker. Araceli said that she and Michelle crawled to and hid. bet'\'..een (V.-Q
soda machineslocaredon the southwall of the teacher's lounge. Aracelisaid that they both remained in that location, betv..een
the sodamachines, while the kitchen worker calledfor help- on a phoneinside the lounge Araceli said that sheand MH;helle
remained inside the teacher"s lounge forapproximately forty-five minutes, during which time she said she kept her head dov,n
and didn't see anyone outside we west window. Aracef said that she and MieheUe finally exited the teacher's lounge after
beenrig someone announce "they're coming in!" AraceH said thatshe and Michelle crawledout the easternmost (south sidej
doorof the teacher' lounge, and im" the kitchen area From there. A'aceli said tilat she and Miohelle ran toward the back
(north) side of the kitchen. near the walk-in refrigerators' freezers Araceli said thatshe and Michelle remained in that area
with a group of people fot "about five rmneres," whereupon they ran into a small"storage room" locatednear the back of the
kitchen, Araceli said thar she remembersteachers Chris Red.rnerski, Judy Greco. an unknown male teacher. a janitor with a
walkie-talkie. four female kitchen workers. and sevenother people inside the storage room with she and Michelle (total of
se...-emeen)

Araceli said thatshe and theethersremained inside thestorage room fer approXImately twohours. during which timeshe heard

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whatsounded lik. "people 'lIlUling andJ"mping" above her Arne.li said thar shedid norheargunshots or explosions, and that
as rime progressed. thenoises coming from aeove eventually ceased. Aracefsaidthatat about 2;JQ p m. a SWAT team found
them 'nd ushered 'hem outorme school by way arthe broken window in the teacher', lounge,

Araceli saidthatshedidnotseeanyshooterts) OT anyone wearing a trench coatat anytime, Araceli saidthat shedid not recall
seeing anydu.ffle bagis) or anYthing else thai she mightconsider SUSpiCiOUS lout of the ordinary Araceli said that she did not
personally know Eric Harris or Dylan Kletold, norany of their assccetesas presented by themedia. The interview concluded
atabou,1112.m,

Rapid Start indicated that reacbers Chris Re<imerski andJudy Greco, and stll<lent MicheUe Huffhad nOI been scheduled for In
interview Accordingly, 1 prepared and submitted leadsheets foreach,

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Supplemental Report
. JCSO '/9.7625 I FBI174A·l)N-S7419 I CONTROL NUMBER: 2673
Investigator Dan PfannellStiell West Metro Fire I 303·9894307 Exteasien 530

On May 5, 1999 at about 1900hours [ met with Katherine Karen Gerum(dobI S-16-83)
at 7889 West Caley Drive in Littleton. CO for the purposesof an interview. Mr. Peter
Gerum was also present,

Katherine Gerum provided the foUowing information regarding the April 20, 1999
incident at Columbine High School:

It shouldbe noted that Katherine normally wears a hearing aid and appearsto be a special
needs student

• Katherine was in Mr, Sander's Keyboan:! class prior to lunch (near the Marketing
Department on the lower level). She statedthat she got out at i 1:10 and went straight
to lunch. She sits at the bottomof the Stain at a rectangular table. Shestaledthat she
did not go into the cafeteria at any time and thereforedid not seeany large bags,
duffelor otherwise, sitting on the floor.

• Katherine denies going into Rebel Corneror to the Student Store. Shestated that she
was sitting with a Sarah (from keyboarding class) and Heather (unknown last name),
She statedthat the second bell had already rang (post Il:lS a.m.). She thought that it
was'just another day" ar school

• Katherine stated that a short lime later a female student came in the soulll cafeteria
doors and said "that a girl got shot". She statedthat Mr. Sanders thencarne in and
toldeveryone to "get down". She stated that she got on the floor forabout "2
seconds" and then gOt up and ran at !he direction of Mr. Sanders.

• Katherine stated!hat the went to !he Auditorium via !he hall near the cafeteria. She
Stated that from rhe auditorium, a bunch of studentswere trying to go up the right
side. but that !hey all turned around, Site "figures thai there was a gunman up there",
but did not see one. She stated that they all went up the left side after that She stated
that they then went east towardthe main entranceand then took a leftand down a
hall. Katherine Slated that they left the buildingand ran across the park.

• Katherine Slated that she did not hear anything at all (Katherine does wear a hearing
aid and had it in at that time), She stated that she did not see any "gunman" either.
Katherine denies seeing any largeduffel bags or backpacks.

• Katherine carries a red backpack, which siteleft at her table. She stated that it
contained her purse, LibraryCan:!. a book. some money and a folder.

• Katherine does not drive. but has "seen some trenchcoats in the parking lot area"
She Slated that she has seen "them" about "three times all year" She statedthat she
has never beard of the Trench Coat Mafia ITCM).

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Investigator .!...'>.LJ44.j;,.c..&;.L!.L.:-:~c::::..;,,,="'1Jlllte~ 1. Of 2-
Suppl~mental Report
JCSO 99-7025 I FBI174A·DN.S7419 I CONTROLJli1JMBER, 2673
lD~estigator Dan Pl'annellSllell West Metro F"tre I 303·989-4307 Esteusiou530

• Katherine stated that she does not know anybody witha double pierce eyebrow She
does not havea computer, but usesthe OOe at school. She does not frequent the
Internet or utilize e-mail. Sheis nOI familiae with an "ICQ" account.

I gave Katherine and her father my business cardshould they need to have a contact
regarding this incident, Included withthis report is thediagram that Katherine drew her
locanon, entrance into and exitOUI of the cafeteria.

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GEURTS, JESSICA

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FllI114A·DN·51U9
JCSO 99.7625
Detective' Mark. Allen - Denver Police Department! (303) 640·ll83

RE, CONTROL # 3404


l:NTERVIEW:
Jessica Quem
7822 W Onawa PI.
Littleton, CO 80123
(303) 972·8707

Subject' Columbine High SchoolShooting.

On .5118199 I interviewed Jessica Quem at her residence with her mother present. Jessica
reported that she entered the cafeteriaat approx. 11.IOAM and she sat at table H with
Mike Gagne, lauren Tocci, Chris Masi.., Joslyn (unk last name), Jenny Ribble and
Veronica Griffith. Jessica said someoneyelled that there was a fightand tney all got up to
look OUI the windows. Jessica said she saw two guys dressed in TrenchCoats. and a guy
in white T-shirt possiblywith them standingnear the cementstain;. Jessicasaid she
couldn't identify the parties. Jessica said she heard gun shots but she didn't see who was
shooting. Jessica said she ran up the mainstairs to the second floor and then she ran Out
the main hallway. Jessica said she didn't see the reM on the outside of the schoolafter
the incident. Jessica said she left her maroon East Side backpack by table Jl.

Jessica related that she observeda rCM girl. Alex (unk last name) near tables J or I
beforethe incidenthappened. Jessicasaid that the rCM would hangout near the
commons area in the cafeteria.

Jessica said Eric Harris look her and KatieThompson. and Veronica Griffith to lunch
approx, rwo weeks prior to the incident. Jessicasaid Eric invitedher because she was
mends with KatieThompsonwhom he really liked a lot. Jessicasaid that Eric was
always really nice to her. Jessica didn't remember any unusual statements or behaviors
that indicatedEric was going to do this.

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** UPDATED APRIL 28, 1999 **
TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
,MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

L Did you ever seemorwo large duffelbags ia the cafeteria? N i)


2, Old you see:myone carrying or in t?e, p~SitOI1 of those duffel bap. at a ~vioU$ timt:!:? liS:> ...L
'SA"" ;;;.. c,1.<! S ,rJ MIt ~1",> ov-TS"""', Gy L-<'rNAJl"S Sl"'l'-N
3 Did you see Eric H'.an'i$ or Dyiati KJ.ebold eitber on Moada~ ofTlJC$day? What were theydoing ?
'What did theysa)' ? were they \Vim aeycee else ':"":t j,' tftc"...l t "-'''' f'Y\- ('«tIi~ / vJ f>o- \ K, :,;j
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4 Diuyou leave mytbirlg behiAd in me tafeteria or a,nywhete. e~ in the 5Choo11 ~'-<P~ ~ e.4) -r-
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6 Did you "" or talk '" anyoflbeTrench Coat l.lafIJl """'"""" Oll Moaday? Tuto!<lay? How about Ill! """t~"'('Y1­
peer week lit 'Wetkeod ?

7 Haveyou beordanythingfrom anybodyelse about otbef''SWIpeetsJ bomb ma.k:iJli; PD bu~ etc.. ":

8 Wbar: were yo!). weariq ": Did YQU havea bade pack ~ Wh.at didit lookl.J.ke and I or ba'ltt: in it: ?
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9 Howdid you leave the c~rla or ihe building'?" What were the events that awJe you leave "

10 'W'hat time did you weerme C'U~4 ? \Vh-tre did y¢u Come £tom (prior to: t::l1e caCtterta) J
c..eA..l~/"\· ~ '> ~.-,
i 1 Have themlILVk wbett diey wtt'e sitting. their route Ollt of ttIt building aucl wh= the-y were with (if
knOwn) ~

12. Howdid youexit the lJuildicg '" wheredid you go when you gQt out a:tJd wbac did yousec on the
outside of the building;

D Doyou U~ the-1AternM 1" If so, what is yOUl screen name? Do you have an ICQ(ab: 1seek you i
stmilar to ~ d'1a.t line) account? ,.;.; .
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I4 Do vee know anybody with a "double pierced eyebrow"? N~
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t5 Did you secor bearaoyunusual amI01.U1CCtnCnts priorto thesh¢odAgs 1 Doyouknow .. hal the
''Thougilt of lhc 40y was" overm. Rebel :; ews :;ttWDrk(R.'<N) ?

16. Can yOU provide any further: Ulformation ca themsmbm. of the Treocb CQal Mafia '7

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FEDERAL 8L"RE~t: OF !l'<VESTlG~ nON

5(3 /99

On 4(30/99, Br"ttany Gillette, DOB 7(16(84, 7871


West Q~arto Dr:ve, L~ttletonf Colorado, was advised of the
idenc:cy of the interIlewing Agent, and the nature and purpose of
the interv1ew. She was in~erviewed in the presence of ~er
Mother, Marilyn Gillette, DOB 1(20/49. She provided the
Eoilowing informa~icn.
On 4/20/99, Brittany arrived'at sChool at approximately
7:15 a.m. She went to the cafeteria/commons area to work on a
school scien~e projec~. She noticed many backpacks, and also
athlete' type duffel bags, but nOne that stood out of che
ordinary to her. There were approx~mately 75 other students in
the area as well. Af:er this, she went to her normal days
classes, the lase c:ass she hao was gym class, but she ~ad a
headache, so she went back to the commons to work on her science
projec~ a~ approximately 10:15 a.m. She then stayed in the
cafeter~a unt~l lunch hour begar.. She was seated at cable II.
Seated at the caDle ~ieh her we~e the following s~udents:
1. Valerie Yoghour~
2. Amanda Heningse~
3. Ma:::1.ee Mack
Marnee Mack and Brittany went up :0 the lunch line, bought lunch,
and returned ~o their cable, B~i~canny heard people 9asping. and
she then heard Mr. Sander$ yelling for everyone co get down.
Out5ide of the west cafeteria ~i~dows, she could see someone in a
black trench coat moving around, Her and Marnee chen got under
:~e~~ cable, While under the cable, she could hear shoes, and
she noted eb~c students began :0 stand up and run for the stairs.
She d,d the same, but fell as she went up the stairs, and had a
difficult time getting up because of an injury sustained from
gymnastics. She lay on the stair landing and saw a male in a
t::ench coat that she could not .dentify come through the door of
the cafeteria. He was pointing the gun in her direction and
randomly shooting. She was then helped up by an unidentified
student. got to the top of the stair!, ~~d with the assistance of
thiS student, ran down the math science wing hallway. At this
point, she heard shots coming from near the library, and looked
back and heard an explosion from near the library, and saw smoke
la this vlciniey as well. As she was r~~ning down the hallway,

trwesugaucn on 4/ ;;0/9 '9 ~ Littleton, Colorado


rue' 174A-DN-57419/ 99-7625( ON 1419
by SA Russell J. Atanasl.o JC-001.003131
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Conunuanonofro·302of Brit.t.any Gillette . On 4/30/99 2


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she said that cement ch~ps were flying, presumably from gun f~re
i~ ter general direction. She exited the build~ng on ~he east
side, and ran aC~OSS Pierce ~nco che park, and went to che home
of L~ndsey Blair.
She didn't know Harris or Klebold, nor dld she .ee
anyone resembling them on Monday or Tuesday. She has heard of
the 7~ench Coac Mafia (TC~), b~t did no~ know them or assOClate
wi~h any of them. She does bel~eve however, that two brothers
named Nick and Srandon Schoe: may ~ang out With the TCX.
DUri~g her second period Jewelery class, she and James
Helmes were ca:~ing about Senior prank day, and how unpleasar.t i :
would be. Another student heard chern discussing chis, and he
5a~d ~that is nothing compa=ed to ~hat is going to happerr'. She
did not k~ow che name of this boy, but did know that he is a
Junior, often wears black pan~g,~a t~$hlrt and a vest, and has
blond Saa r-.
Brittanr~y does use tne :~ternet, and has a screen name
cf Br'tty. She had heard Chatel:her Klebold or Harris may have
had a screen name of ~Redff, and may have entered a chat rocm that
she was in 3~4 months ago.

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n:tlERAL BUREAU OF lNVESl'IGATION

_"'__ 5/25/99

on 5/22/99, Brittany Gillette, DOB 1/16/$4, 1871 West


Quarto Drive, Littleton, Colorado, was advised of the identity of
the interviewin9 Aqent, and the nature and purpose of the
interview. She provided the followinq information.
A previous interview conducted with Brittany on
4/30/99, was referenoed and the 302 provided for her to review.
Specific reference in the body of the 302 was made to her viewinq
a ;unman enterinq the cafeteria durinq the course of the
Columbine Hiqh School shootinq incident. She was then shown a
series of photographs in a photo lineup in order to determine if
any of these photoqrephs were the same individual that she saw on
4/20/99, previously referenced. She positively identified a
photcgraph of Dylan Klebold as the ;unman Who entered the
cafeteria on 4/20/99 as related in the interview conducted on
4/20/99.

JC-G01.003140

5/21/99

r.o. 4-DN-57419/ 99-16251 ON 3669 __ ..:5~/~2.:1J..1!!..99,,- _

b, SA Russell J. Atanasio
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GILLINGS r S =m-
Defendant: (Columbi~e s~~otingl Doek"t Numb.~: 99AC62 ('s)
Daee, '050:;99 Case Number: 99-7625
Deputy I).A. : Investigator: Mike neylin

WITNESS,

Sarah Gillings' OOS, 100183


6338 s, Allison Way
Littleton. CO aOl23
303-933-6469
cia mother; Marcia Gillings {w) 303·863~5Q31
father, Jeffrey' Gillings Iwl 303-8l0-7425
-CHS student; backpack at table K; was in far west lunch line when
shooting begaIl with a Chris Ll.lcas and Kim Oehart; was told by a
student named Gabe Mcntoya who lives on W, Plymout.h Place t.hat a
neighbor of hi. named "Nathan" told him at 2:00 p.m. the! day of the
shoot.ing that. Corey DePooter was killed in the shooting. Nathan told
Gabe that. he found that out on ne",s reports when no such reports
were aired; Gabe a l ao told her that he sa", Dylan'. black car and
another tan sedan at Nathan's house the morning of the shooting;
said Nathan is an "outeaet" student who has Marilyn Manson poster.
in his room, said that Nathan now has ""''led to Florida "ith hi"
family.

!NV'EST!GATION,

On May S, 1999 at 1930 hours I contacted Sarah Gillings at her home


for an interview. Her parents were present. Sarah then tol~ me the
following:

• She is a freshman at Columbine High.

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• ~~en asked, she said she has seen eric Harris around the school
ha:ls at t.imes and knew he hung out'. wieh t.r-ench ccac .s'Cudents, bur:
she did noe know his name.

• When asked about Dylan Klebold, she said said she has also seen
him around s<:nool but did not know his name. She said that Dylan
looks ·a lot like another trench coat student: named Robert. When
asked if that last nam.. might be Perry, she said "yeah, ehae' s his
name, ,.

• When asked about , she said that he was the student


who used to wear a beret. She did not know his name bue has heard
other stu~ent$ meneion his name as a t~ench coat student, The las~
ti':'ne she saw was about a month ago. She eit.her saw
. , out front or by the commons.

• When asked about sne had never heard t.hat. name


before the shooting, but has heard it mentioned sinoe.

it She did not mow any other nameS of trench coac students or
associates. She thcught abcut 12 eo 15 different seudents wore the
trench coat at times, She has heard the name, T:-ench Coat Mafia,
and said it was another name for that social group.

• When asked~ she did not see any of the students mentioned abo~

or other trencn coat seudents or associates in the sohool lOhe day of


the shoeting.

• she rut""r saw any unusual objeocs in sohool the day of the
shQocing. When aSKed speoifioally about a duffle bag, she said that
chers are always larger sport bags around from st.udenes who are in
sports. When asked specifically about duffle bags in the cafeteria,
she said there w~ra too many backpacks and bags to notice.

• The day of the shooting, she had 4th hour French class in the
foreign language area. Afeer getting out at 11:10 a.m., she went
direct:ly to the cafeteria and saw a male friend named Chris Lucas

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who theD walked with he.. to her locker by the gym so ahe could get
her Walkman. She returned to the cafeteria and dropped her backpack
off at a table. She looked at the diagram and thought the table was
K. ~his was confirmed by the backpack location list.

• After dropping her backpack off, "he "'ent. to the pop ma.chines
by the west cafeteria door. She st;art;ad to "'alk back to the table
and noticed Chris ",as in the far west lunoh lina. She turned around
and got in lina with Chris. She did not see iUly other students at
table K when she dropped off her backpaclc She said that; her
friends usually occupy table K and L fcr lunch.

* The time now was around 11:15 or l~:20 a,m. She heard whac she
thought was a car in the lot backfire. She then Saw ooach S~~der.
come in the cafeteria fr~~ the ~est door area and ~ell eve=¥one to,
Hget down, get down, If She did not know where coach Sanders then
went. She ..aw janitors l:'Unning in the "afeteria alao telling
students to get down.

• Sh.. then got Clown =der a sma.ll ledg.. in the food line with
Chris and a Kim Pehart. She heard an explosion, looked out west in
the lot and saw t;he fire and smoke from that explosion. She saw
students st:art eo run out of the cafeteria and over the railing' to
the stairs.

• She decided tc 1e...."e and went with Chris .....ac along the food
line and then got herded in by the kitchen door at the east end of
the kitchen. She was with about 30 ..tudent... She said th..re waS a
lot of s"reaming and crying from students.

.. She may ha.ve heard some gunshots I but was not sure. She then
heard and felt the next explosion that she though went cff somewhere
in the cafeteria because is sounded so close.

• Mr. 1\ndres Jr. and a gr...y haired janitor who was tall with a.
mustacne then took her group to the door that leadS to the baok of
the stag.. in th.. a.uditorium. They then went up the left auditorium

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aisle and out to the main hallway, once at the hallway, she glanced
left and noticed that the set of doors that she thought were fire
dOQrs just west of the audicorium door were closed. They went down
the main hallway toward the main doors but were herded north down
tne hallway to the arts area, They then came out the set of doors
lly the northeast eorne.r of the gym. A Mr, !lutts was their also,
they then wane to ffsmoker's pit~ and then out to Clement park.

• She thought it took from 5 to 10 minutes to get out of the


school from cbe time t.he in<::ident began. She was wearing a black
tank top, loose fitting jeans and black shoes.

It" She then said that she had talked to a neighbor student who
li~es on Plymouth Plaoe named Gabe Montoya. She said that Gabe told
her that the Netihen who lives on his street: told nim at:: 2:00 p,m,
the day of the shooting that Corey DePooter had died. She said Gabe
told he" that Nathan told him be heard that on the news, She
thought that was suspicious because no names were released that
early, She said that she has seen this Nathan before and described
him as tall, skinny, oval face, with black buzz cut hair. She said
t.hat Gabe a.lso told her t::hat he sa.w what he thou'g'hr:. was Dylan s
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small black car and another tan sedan at Nathan'S house the morning
b"fore the shooting. She said that Nathan dresses noml but
appara.nely has Marilyn Manson posters in his room. She said that
Nathan has since moved to Flc~ida with his parents.

This concluded my interview with Sarah Gillings,

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On 05'()5-99, cootact wasmade withAlexandra Goldt:lerg at her residence at 5415 Sunset Dr" litlJelon,
CO She confirmed being a freshman at CHSand being in attendance on 04-20·99, She conlirrred being
assigned to "A' iunch andnoted arrilring in theasfetelia at t t to. She noted being seated at table "V' with
Sara Filipiak, lindsey Blair, loren Bayer, Julle Naslund and NicoleWray, She was first made aware of
trouble, when she sawa number of students in the west part of the cafeteria getting undertables, She
Initially lhcugnt it was a big fight, then heard a janitorrun through the areayelling that someone had a gun
and for !lIIeryone 10 get down,

She raports getting under the tablefor about 30 seconds then ran up the stairs as other students began
exiting the cafelena, She ran up the main stairs, past the library and started down the main hallway towards
the exit, when she observed the windows in these _>delior doors shatter, She doesnot recall heanng
gunfire in this area. She and5·6 other students turned around ran towards the auditorium where they hid
for 1·2 minutes belore exiting a northdoorwith another student, Salli Melli

Once outside she proceed to Clements Park, eventually caillng her mother and leaVing the area.

Sh, lOrts seeing no dufflebags nor observing anysuspicious activi1y in the cafeteria prior to the initial
announcement of trouble,

Sr,e utilizes the intemet andher screen nema is Lileva14@aol.com .

She reports following the Incident being told by another student, that Katie Ergen, a student at Littleton High
Schoor, had been told that or the night of 04-19·99, a Columbine High School janitor had admitted 2
students to the school after hours,

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FEDERAL BUREAU 0' INVI!SnGAnON

5/5/99
On 5/5/99, Daniel Gonzales, DOB 2/5/83, 7339 South
Zephyr Way, Littleton, Colorado, was advised of the identity of
the intervieWing A~ent, and the nature and purpose of the
interview. fle was interviewed in the preIHnee ef l1is ""ther,
Valerie Hightower, OOB 8/4/59, he provided the following
information.
On 4/20/99, Daniel reported to Coluabine High School at
6'30 a.m. for a football weight workout which was l1ald in the
sehool weight room. After the workout, he went to the
cafeteria/commons area for breakfast at approximately 8'10 a.m.
Thera ware approximately 30-40 stUdents in the eafetaria at this
time. He didn't notiee any large duffel bags that stood out to
l1im, or notice anyone carry any duffel bags into the eafeteria.
After he ate, he went to his normal morning ela..es. His last
class prior to first period lunch was his science class.
Directly after seianee class, Daniel went to the
cafeteria via the stairs near tI1e library. Again, Daniel didn't
notice any dUffel bags in the cafeteria that stood out to him.
He located himself at table JJ or possibly u, bought his lunch,
and then ret=ned to his table. He was seated at his table "itl1
the following individuals.
1. !like teary
3. Dusty Roffschneider
3. Johnathan Caruso
4. Pat Simminqton
After he finished eatinq, Daniel noted approximately six fresn.an
run into the cafeteria trom the west side uea. He then heard an
individual named Justin Norman yell that someone just got shot.
An explosion and a shot were heard while a janitor was yelling
for everyone to get down; the janitor came in from outside of the
school. Oaniel and his friends then got down under th" table.
Next, students hegan getting up and runninq towards the stairs.
The group that Daniel was witll ran to the elevator, qot on and
took it to near tI1e library upstairs. However, when the elevator
opened, tl1ey saw a lot of smoke near tI1" library, and rode the
elevator b...:k down. From their, they went into the allQitorium
with Coach Andres Jr., and a janitor. Th. janitor locked all the

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doors, and they remained in the cafeteria for approxi=ately 10


minutes. The j anitor then unlock.1i one of the doors, and the
qroup ran out the foreign language balls, outside the scbool,
aorose pierce, and into Leawood park. After several minutes in
tbe park, someone yelled 'they are .hoo1:1n..... At this point,
they ran into the neighborbood, and into a house of an unknown
lady.
As previously mentioned, Daniel did not see any clutfal
bags at any time, that stood out to him. Additionally, h. did
not see Klebold or Harris on Monday or TUesday. Although ha
knows who the Trenoh coat Matia (TCM) is, be does not associate
with them. He .... id that the athlete oroWd and TCM would banter
insults baok and forth, bUt that he didn't think it was a big
deal. Joey Mallazo told Daniel that he saw four people in trench
coats outside: ..
Daniel dces use the Internet, however he does not have
a screen name or ICQ. He uses the Internet only for school
projeo1:s.
Although he didn't hear or saa the Rebel Naws Network,
he heard that the thought for the day was something to the effect
of ·you'll wish you hadn't coma today' ..

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FEDERAL B1JR£AU Of lNI'ES1'IGATION

Rebecca ~e Gocawin, OOB 01/20/1983, 7754 West


Plymouth Place, Littleton, Coloraao, telephone (3031973-2746, a
sophomore a~ Columbine High School, was interviewed at her home
in the presence of her mother, Margo GOodwin, by Special
Agent (SAl Ricky v. W~ight ~egarcting 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
inte~"ew, GOoQwin provided the following information:

At approximately 11:10 am, Goodwin got ou~ of Algebra


II; located in the ma~h department, and went to ner locker, which
is located directly out~ide the math department in the south main
hall. Goodwin was with her friend. Lauren Bonin. and walked
directly from her locker down the stairs to the cafeteria.
Goodwin then sat down at a lunchroom table(marked NN on diagram
sketchl. Goodwin recalls. that Kristen Sheffiela, La~a Kenney,
Andrea Launer I Niki Lawson, Katie Sullivan. and Sarah Dodrill
were also seated at her table, Goodwin wae sitting facing
southwest. Lara Kenney was sitting to Goodwin's left and Kristen
Sheffield was sitting to her right.
Goodwin did no~ get lunch ana just sat ana talkea to
her friends, Alter Goodwin had been sitting approximately five
m~nutes, Goodwin noticed Mr. Brookfield hU~ry east along the
north siae of the cafete~ia carrying a tray of food. Mr.
Srookfield was hunched down and quickly set down his tray on a
nearby table. A janitor along the north side of the cafeteria
then started yelling and telling people to get aown and not to
get up. Gooctwin and her friend'! got under the table ana stayed
there approxima~ely 30 seconaG. Gooawin heard several pops
coming from outside the west side of the cafeteria. Some male
students on the east end of the cafeteria then started yelling
for everyone to get Qut.
Gooctwin left the auaitorium by running up the stairs,
east down the south main hall, and into ~he auditorium from a
door on the southeast side. There was a teacher in the
auditorium who was telling the students to hide in the back of
the auditorium~ Goodwin estimates that there were 30 students in
the upper end of th4 auditorium. Goodwin saw Stefania Ubowski
and Samancha Haviland hiding in the auditorium as well. Goodwin

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was in the auditorium only a few minutes, when Michelle ROme4Q


grabbed her hand and they ran out the northeast door of the
auditorium into the north main hall. There were a lot of
students in the hall. Goodwin and Romero ran east down the north
main hall toward the main entrance to the school. When they were
10'15 feet from the inner door of the main entrance, one of the
windows on the left side of the door shattered. Goodwin does not
know what:: made the window shatter. GooQ'Win and Romero continued
out the main entrance. through the teachers' parking let. and to
Clement Park. Goodwin recalls that Mr. Peterson was in the
teachers' parking lot directing the students to Clema~t Park.
Goodwin was not in the oafeter~a at any other time that
day. GOodwin did not see the gunmen and did not See any large
duffle bags sitting in the cafeteria during lunch. Goodwin did
not know Eric Harris, Dylan Xlehold. or any other members of the
Trenchcoat Mafia. GOodwin does not haYe an Internet screen name.

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WITNESSES:

BRYAN GRANDE, DOBl01-01·1l4 (JUVENILE)


7912 South Otis Court
Littleton, Colorado 80128
(303) 972,9612
Student: Columbine High School

GARY GRANDE, D08109-11·51

Sameas above
Bus:Denver FederalCenter
1303) 202-4202

LOR! EMMONS, DOBlO4-29-58


4601 Swadley Street
Wheat Ridge. Colorado 80033
(3031467-1604
Bus. Same

INVESTlGATlON:

On May 6, 1999, at abOUI 1820 ho=,I responded to 7912 SouthOtis Coertto interview witness Bryan Grande andhis father,
witness Gary Grande,in reference to lite shootingarColumbine High School on 4-20-99. Bryan Grandetold me the following
He said on 4-20-99, at about 1115 hours, he arrived at the cafeteria at Columbine High School. Bryan Grand. said h. was
carrying his backpack (a green backpack unknown brand with on. of the straps broken).

H. said that he went !D a tablelocated on the southwest comerofthe cafeteria where heput his backpackdownan the floorunder

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the table. Bryan Grande said he was with the following other students. Heather Wrabetz and SrephanieIunknown last namei,
Bryan Grande said that he was facing in a northwesterly direction when he heard two to three what he desert bed as pops from
outside of the cafeteria and when he looked out of the windows he saw a female fall to the ground outside of the cafeteria. Bryan
Grande said he did not knowwho this female was. but believed it was a student, and said a malestudent. who he know, as Jason
Otenwreath, was helping this female. Bryansaid he did not knowwhat happened to Jason due to the fact that he go, underneath
the table when told to do so and hid. He said other swdents began '0 stand up from the tablesand run toward the "airs, Which
was east of their current location, Bryan Grande said behind his table and to the east a few feet was a trash can by an exterior
door, He said he hid behind this trash can for an estimated 45 minutes Bryan Grande said during his time behindthe trash can
he estimatedthat he heard 30 to 40 other gUnShots and they sounded likethey were coming from the library He described the
soundas coming from above his location. which he 'aid would be the library on 'he second floor of the high school Bryan
Grande said at no time did he see any of the suspects, nor did he see anyone with a weapon" He said while he was hiding.
however, he heard somebody say. "Let's shoot up," He said he docsnot believe they were referring to narcotics, but rather
~etting ready to shoot their weapons. He also said ha heardthe name"Dominic" mentioned. but he did not know who thatmight
be. Bryan sed she does not know anyonenamed "Dominic." I asked Bryan Grande if'he considered running from the trash can
to the exteriordoor of the cafeteria that was behind him, He stated he did not think to do this because he did not want to take
an) chanceand try to run out if the suspects were in the cafeteria. Bryan Grande said when he sew an explosion take placein the
cafeteria. he stood up from behind the trash can and ran out of the door behind hirn. exiting the school through the cafeteria
Bryan Grande said he then ran through the senior parking lot and hid behind a car until he was contacted by the police.

I asked BryanGrande about the "Trench Coat Mafia." He advised methat he does not know any members of the "Trench Coat
Mafia:' nor did he know any "ftheir names prior to this incident. He did say approximately twO weeks before this incident he
mayhave seena studentcarryinga blue duffle bag in the school and he said rbis srudentwas a male. possibly. Bryansaidhe does
not recallany other further information about where in the school it was being carried or any otherdescriptionof the itembeing
carried

Bryan Grande advised me that on 4-20-99 he was wearing a black I-shirt that has three to four buttons on the front of it, blue
jeans. and blue high top tennis shoes.
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r asked Bryan Grande if he knew ofanyother studentS or other people thatmaybe involved in the manufacturing of anyexplosive
devices and/or possessing firearms, and he 'aid h. did not know of anybody, He said he does not snow anybody with a double
pierced eyebrow, He said he does have the Internet in the house, however. it has been broken and not usable for some time !
gave Bryan Grande a business card and advised him that if he needed to talk with anybody, such as a counselor or Victim
Advocate tocall me and I would make those arrangements for him, Bryan saidhe believes he wasdoingokay,but ifhe has an,
problems he will get in contactwith me in the future.

DISPOSITION; Case remains open. pending further investigation.

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WITNESSES:

CANDACE MARIE GRANDE, DOBI06-ll3·82 (JUVE!'<1LE)


7912 SouthOtis Court
Littleton. Colorado 80123
(303) 912·9611

Student: Columbine High School

GARY GRANDE. DOBi09·II·S7


Same as above
Bus: Denver Federal Center
(303) 102-4202

LORiEMMONS. 008104·29·58
4607 Swadley Street
"''heat Ridge. Colorado 80033
(303) 467·1604

Bus: Same

INVESTIGATION:

On May 6. 1999. at about 1820 hours. I responded to 7912 SouthOtisCourt to interview witness Candace Grande. along with
her father. witness Gary Granda, in reference to the shooting at columbine High School on 04·2()·99 Candace told me 'he
following' She saidon 4-20·99. between 1115 and 1117 hours. shearrived intothecafeteria at Columbine HighSchool. Shesaid
at 'hat time she was wearing a yellow 'Old Navy'' backpack witha stuffedpenguin attached to it. about the size of a baseball.
and she saidshe also hada clear mpperware container. Candace Granda saidshe put the backpack underneath the seatshe was
sitting at and brought out the tupperware container which had her lunch in it. On a map of the cafeteriaof Columbine High

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School, Candace Grande showed me whereshe had been seated, This wasa table along the south side of the cafererie and west
of thestairs. She said her table was closestto the doorson the south side of the cafeteria that lead outside. CandaceGrande said
she wasat this table with the following other students, Jenmfer Arzola. MattBruce, AndreaElsner,and Ben Schuman, Candace
Grande said approximatelytwo minutesafter siltingdown, a fellow student named Ben Schuman came runningto their table
from thesrudentstore, located In Columbine HighSchool. andsaid, "Someone go shot," CandaceGrande said thejanitor inside
the cafeteriayelledat everybody to get downon the ground and underneath meirtables, which is what they did, Candace Grande
saidapproximately one to threeminuteslaterseveralstudentsgot up from underthe tables and began runningin a north easterly
direction toward'he stair. that lead to the upper part of Columbine High School. CandaceGrande said that as she got [0 [he top
of the statts she heard three what she called gunshots that sounded like, "pop, pop, pop" and she said they sounded to her like
they werecoming from the downstairs part of the high school. CandaceGrandesaid .fter running to the top of these "tUI'S she
turnedto her left and ran down the school until she got to the exteriordoorsand exited the school, CandaceGrande said she ran
from the school. across- Pierce. and into Leawood Park, where several other studentswere at. Candace Grande said while In
Leawood Park she heard what she believedwas a bomb[hatdetonated inside of the high school.

Candace Grande advised me that until this incident she knew nothing of the "TrenchCoat Mafia,"nor did she know any of the
members or activities. Candacesaid about one to two weekspriorto this incident she saw a malesubject she described as tall.
approximately 6'1", wearing a black baseball cap backwards that had a red bill, and said he it was a male subject and he was
wearing a dark coloredtrench coat. As far as Candace Grande could remember. this party wasaloneand at the time waswalking
downa hallwayin ColumbineHigh School by himself, She said on 4-20-99,prior to or during this Incident, 'he did not see any
people wearing trench coats or other clothing mat the the "Trench Coat Mafia" studentswear,

CandaceGrande said that on +.20..99, the clothingshe was wearing was a white men's dress shirt. worn over a black tank top.
gray pants, and brown sandals, She 'aid she did not see any duffle bags or the propane tanks in the cafeteria on 4-20-99
Candace Grande saidshedoes notknow of any other students or otherpeople that may be manufacturing explosive devices and/or
in possession of firearms. CandaceGrande said she does not knowanybody at Columbine High School with a doublepierced
eyebrow,

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Candace Grande advisedthat whileshe was running from the top of the stairs to exitthe school. the shots that she described may
possibly have came from the library or the commons area, She said either 0 ne could be possible. she does not know,

CandaceGrande said when she was in Leawood Park she did not hear any ll\lllSholS directed towards the students in the park,
norwas she aware that anybody had believed they had been shot at in the park, She said she went with Mall Bruce eastbound
on Fair to Gray Street. where Kevin Kuom picked them upand took them to Matt Bruce's place. It was at Matt Bruce's place
where Candace Grande contacted Gary Grande by telephone.

[ gave Candace Grande a business card and advised her if she needed to talk to • JCSO Victim Advocate 10 contact me and I
wouldmakethosearrangements for her. She did say that she has been in contact with a counselorthrougha privateorganization.

DISPOSITION, Case is open. pending further investigation,

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Daniel R. Grange, DOB 03/09/~984, 5484 South Hoyt


Street, Littleton, Colorado, telephone (303)979-0265, a freshman
at Columbine High School, was interviewed at his home in the
presence of his mother, Dixie Grange, by Special Agent (SAl Rioky
V. Wright regarding the incident that took plaoe 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, Grange
provided the following information,
At approximately 11:10 am, Grange got out of Spanish
class, taught by Mr. Freund, and left the foreign language
department and went directly to the oafeteria. Grange sat down
at a oafeteria tablelmarked 5B on the diagram sketchl. Also
sitting at the same table as Grange, were Spencer Wright, Aaron
Wright, Seth Oubois, and Michael Huntington. Grange was sitting
facing west with Aaron Wright sitting to his left. Grange does
not remember who was sitting to his right.
Grange had not gotten his lunch yet, when he heard a
pop; which sounded like a firework outside the cafeteria. Grange
looked out the west windows of the cafeteria and saw a boy
running up the hill to the northwest of the cafeteria. Grange
estimates that the bey was about 40-45 feet away from the
building. Grange was unable to describe the boy further. Gr~~ge
did not see anyone else outside the oafeteria. Grange thinks
that someone then yelled for everyone to get down. Grange got
down under his table. While ~~der his table, he observed an
explosion next to a black Honda Passport in the parking lot
approximately 30-35 feet from the building. Grange does not
think anyone was around the explosion.
After the explosion, someone told the students to run.
Grange grabbed his baokpack and got up and ran up the stairs to
the main level. Grange saw Mr. Sanders lying about 15 feet to
the right of the top of the stairs. He was struggling to get up
and had blood coming out of his mouth. JUst east down the main
hallway, a teaoher, Ms. Miller, was directing students into the
science area and Grange ran into a classroom in the southwest
corner of the science area~

05 J 04/19 99
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Jeffco #99-7625;
FiJH 174A-DN-Si419 j Control #2285 D,,,.,,-,,,,,,, 05/05/1999
'y SA Ricky V. wright~ JC-001·003173
ThIs dotument ccnures nelU1¢f rncommendatiO'M oor ~"fIC~iQns iJf tht: FlU II i$ tJ'tf: pro~rty of the: FBI al'4 ;s loaned 10 yOUra!llncy:
\{and ;14 ';'OI'lIt!l\.S are not I" be:..llslflbule\l ol,l~ld@ your agen;;;y
174A-DN-57419; Jeffeo ~99-7625; Control #2285

Continuation {l( FD.J02 of Daniel R. Grange 2

There were about 60 students hiding in the classroom,


including a teacher] Mr. Friesen. After a few minutes, Mr.
Sanders came in and fell just inside the door. They locked the
classroom door ~~d used their shirts to try and stop the bleeding
on Mr. Sanders. There were no other injured in the classroom.
The class huddled in the classroom for approximately three hours.
Grange did not see the gunmen, but thinks that at some time they
did go into one of the science classrooms east of where he was
and tried to start a fire by turning on the gas and throwing a
bomb.
After three hours, a SWAT team came and evacuated them
from the classroom. The SWAT team made them all put their hands
on their heads and sent them out down the sea irs and out the
school by the faculty lounge. Once outside the students waited
far police cars to take them to Clement Park.
Grange was also in the cafeteria before fist period
with Spencer Grange, Aaron Wright, Spencer Wright, and Spencer
Taylor. They were sitting in the vicinity of the table marked H
on the diagram sketch. The cafeteria was approximately two-
thirds full at that time. Grange did not remember seeing any
large duffle bags sitting in the cafeteria before first period or
at lunch. Grange did not know Eric Harris, Dyl~~ Klebold, or any
of the other members of the Trenchcoat Mafia. Grange did not see
any of the gunmen during the shooting.
Grange is aware that his friend .~ron Wright saw one of
the gunmen in the parking lot prior to the shooting with a large
black duffle bag. On the day of the shooting, Grange was wearing
khaki shorts, bright blue shirt, white socks, and white and blue
shoes. Grange may also have been wearing a Cleveland Indians
hat.
A description of Grange is as follows,
Race, white
sex, male
Height, 5' 7~1

Eyes, brown
Hair: blonde

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f have read the foregoing $f$tement and the facts .contained therein are true to the best of my Knowledge 8nd belief, J
10 not maintain that it contains all of the facts Of details of the incident, bur only those facts ebout which I have been
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Narrative:Re: Control #35

On 04-27·1999, contact was made wi!h Samuel Granillo regarding his observations on 04-17·99. He noted
being in 1$ (A) lunch, seated with Sarah Slater (303-973-5968), at table "YY· as identified on the drawing as
prepared by SIA Dtrito, He reports no suspicious items in the area of !he table. Nor did he observe el!her
suspect or known associates in !he lunchroom prior to the incident.

He was first alerted of trouble by Mr Dave Sanders running Into the lunchroom from the area of the senior
parking lot and yelling "Get Down". He Initially !hought It to be a fight in !he parking lot. and maybe
someone had a gun. A very short time later, Mr Sanders ran into the lunchroom a second time and again
yelled "Everyone under the tables". He began to exit !he lunchroom wi!h other students via the main
stairway. when he heard a loud explosion from !hat direction and turned and ran into the kitchen area where
he met 2 kitchen workers, and 14 other students. (Included among the 14 was Sarah Slater, Ricky Green,
Heather Leitz and Tanya (LNU}.

They all entered a storage room in the kitchen and Granillo barricaded the door, and laid on the fioor wi!h
his feet against the door. On two occasions, person{s} unk tried to get in the door. but he was able to hold It
ad. While in the storage room, on at least 2 occasions he heard someone enter a walk in frig in the
",IChen. He heard voices in the kitchen, and described them being in normal tones, but could not
understand what was being said. He thought he heard walkie-talkies during this time.

While in the storage room, a 911 can was made and the occupants of the room talked with a dispatcher
identified as Heather Leitz's father. They remained in the storage room from 1130 untfI1400, at which time
SW AT officers broke into the room and escorted them from the school via the teachers

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do not mointeln thot it COntoinS ell of tho fOCI$ Of dtltlllJs of the ineklmt, but only thOS$ faclS about which / how, been
asked.

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I have read the forego",g stetemont and the facts contained therein are tru« to the best of my /<nowledge and belief, I
do nat maintain that it cent,ins sJJ of the facts or details of the jrn;ident~ but only tbos« facts about which I have been
asked.

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!EA."'l FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BEASKED

1, Did you eversee me two large duffel bags ~llu; Cafeteria,? (

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2, Did you see anyone carryiJlg or in thepossession of those duffel bags. at • previous time ?

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3, Did you seeEric Hams or Dylan Klebold either on Monday ofTuesday ? What were they doing?
What did !beysay? Werethey with anyone eJse? tl N
4, Did youleave anylbing behind in thecafelMaor anywbere else in the scbpol? I ~
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6. DId you see or!llJk to 'lily of theTrench Coat Mafia members 00 Monday? Tuesday? Howaboul the
prior wcck or weeItond ? OJ \) I .s'). N<:l

.ave you beard lIlIylbing !Tom anybody eise about other suspe<:llI, bomb malring, IIWl buyi"" ,""" ?
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8, What were youwearing? Did youbave a ba<:kp""k? What did it looklilz and I or,havein it?
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11, Have thom mark where theywere sill:ing, Illeir rouuo out of the building andwhothey werewith(if
known) ?

12, Can you provide anyfurlheriafottnalionon the ~ ofllle Trench Coat Mafia ?

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13, Ask the paronrs if the kids have told them anything else? Different?

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8996 W Progress PI
Littleton, CO 80123-2167

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** UPDATED APRIL 28, 1999 ** /)10;J..",U
TEAM FOURINTERVIEW GUIDELINE
:MINIl\'fAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

I. Didyou everseethe two largeduffel bags in the cafeteria? N:>


2. Did you "'" anyonec~g or in the possesaoa of lhasa duffel bags, ". ~"ous ""'" 1 fV<;i.

3, Didyou ,..,1!ric
Ha!ris or Dy1lln Klebold eimer On Monday ofTucsd:ly? Wl1al were dley doing ?
What didthepay 1 W.",dley witll""yonee"'? NO I\Jl;
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4, Didyou t.ave""ytlting bebil:d ill tilecafeteria or anywbm else ill thesclI""l?
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5. Who were you. with in the cafeteria '! 'Where wereyou siniag"!

6. Did ycu see 01'tI!I< to ally oithe Tl'ellcb Coat MafialllOlIlbers OQMonday 1 Tucsd:ly? !lowabom the
priorweekor weekend? ~ v
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7, .?~o~~;:~g fromp0ody ~I:~U~~=')~,bomblllllldDg, gunbuyiDg,et<:. ?
S. What were yeu weoriJlg? Iliyao have a backl'llcl< ? Wl1al didillook!h ""d I orbave in it?
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9, How didyou leave the eofoterla or the building 1 Whatweretil. ."""" dlalllJJldo you leo.ve ?
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10, Wl1al <ime didyou "'let me cmeteri. ' Wll""" did youcome from (prior !Xl ille:::a.Ieterial t
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ll. FI.ove dlem _I' whore !hey were .itting. the'.r rou,," Out cf thebuilding "'d wbom mer were with (if
mown)? I.'U 1.(,. "'5 i Of /'IiI i\l\!\.tl.<;,>r, ....5 o(J;.;..,.
12. How did you e,at the bu.i1d.i:::1s? Where did you go wl1ell yOIl got outacd wiw: didyousee on the
outside of \he bUilding 7

U, Doyou use the In,,,,,,,,? If 'Q, waec is your""""" """"'? Doyoutave ... ICQ (a1<:l: I seekyou I
siD:IiL1t to acbiIL lille) ill:COI!Dt? NvI f't.J I
14. Do you know anybody with a udouble pierced eyebrow"? No
IS, Ilid you seeor "Ollr any uousual """,unccmec" priortc me 'boocillgs 1 Doyou mow wbat tile
-rbougbt of theday w.." everIlleRobel >lews NetWOrk (R.'lN)? No

16. Con you provide any furtbor inI'ormatioo 00 tho _ _ of t!le Treneb eo.. Malia IN''

17. Ask the parentS if ill. kids ~.ve told the'" attything else ? Different?

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Green. Laura. 006: 9/5184
5474 South Hoyt Street
Littleton, CO 80123
Ph: 303·904-1508

:ONTROL NUMBER: 2695

NVESTIGATJON:
In 5/4/99 Investigator Reker and I met with Laura Green at her residence, reference the Columbine
3hootJng. Jexplained to Laura why we were there talking to her today. I asked Laura if she was In the
cafeteria at the time of the shooting and she said "Yes" she was. At this time I showed her a sketch of the
cafeteria and asked Laura to circle the area where she had been silling. Laura circled table "KK" and
placed an "x" where she was silting. I asked Laura to tall me what happened that day when she was in the
cafeteria. Laure said that she was sitting at the tabie and saw Mr. Sanders run by telling everyone to get
down underneath the tables. Laura said she then heard a gunshot. Laura said everyone stayed under the
tables for a short time and then started running up the stairwav. I asked Laura if she knew where the
gu -ots were coming from and she said she believed they were coming from outside by the cafeteria
winuow. Laura said when they ran up the stairs, they went to the choir room. They stayed there for a short
time and then she and approximately 60 other stucents went into the choir office. Laura said that while in
the choir office. various students barricaded themselves in there by putting filing cabinets and desks by the
door so no one could get in. Laura said someone tumec off tha lights to make nlook like no one was there.
I asked Laura how long she was in that office and she said approximately 4 hours until a SWAT team came
and opened the doer to get them out. I asked Laura if she heard any other gunshots while In the choir office
and she said yes, she heard "heavy gunshots' and felt possibly one or twc explosions through the floering
of the schooi, I asked Laura how she exited the building once the SWAT team was there and She said they
went through the auditorium to the stage and out the back doer towards the cafeteria and then up the stairs
and outside.

i asked Laura if she se« any of the shooters and she said no, she did not. I asked Laura what time she was
in the cafeteria. and she said approximately 11 :00 a.rn. I asked Laura if she saw any duffel bags in the
cafeteria when she was there and she said, "no". I asked If she saw anyone carrying in large duffel bags
and she again said "no". I asked Laura if she saw Eric or Dylan on Monday or Tuesday of that week and
she said no, she did not. i asked Laura if she left any of her property in the cafeteria and she said she did
leave an Eddie Bauer purple backpack containing her school books and papers. I asked Laura if she had
heard any rumors regarding any other suspects, bombs or guns which were involved. Laura said thaI she
remembers talking to a girl in her church, who said she saw a shooter dressed In a white shirt. I asked
Laura what the girl's name is and she said Nicole Janda. I asked Laura what she was wearing on the day
of' shooting and she said she had on a green skirt and blue sweater.

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un of any of the Trench Coat Mafia members.

asked Laura if there was anyfurther information that shecould think of thaI I had failed to ask her about.
';he said at this time she could notthink of anything else. i gave Laura my business card and asked that
he call me if she thinks of anything else. At this time the interview with Laura Green was concluded.

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Agent Larry A. Brown, Colorado Bureau of lovesrigaricn. 690 Kipling St.,Suite 400<), Denver, CO,
802125. phone (J03) 239..m 1

DATE/f[:-.ffi of INIERvTEW: Initial interview, April lO, [999, between 12:30p m, and 2 p m.
Follow up mrerview, Aprt127, 1999,7:00 p,m.

PLACE of INTERVIEW: Initial interview. near Columbine High Schoolon Caley CT .Littleton, Co
Follow up Interview, telepaonic to his residence

rxssosmos 11><IER"1EWTHEFOLLOWING
Richard(a,k.a Richie} GREEN, DOB 04-06·83,6357 W Geddes Dr. Littleton,CO,
phooe(303) 919-7303

GREEN seated he waseating lunch In the cafeteriawhen the attack began. GREENsaid be and severalof
his friends were sitting at a table in the nriddle of the carereria, approximately 3Q feet away fromthe west
windows The following students were seated at his table:
Brett KOSTAl-:-IICK
Dustin GORTON
GregGARCIA
Kristin GAR"\'vlE,\iO
Paul.-\."DREWS
Seen ROBERTS
Austin :-.ffiARS
Daniel lAB
According to: GRfE~, lots of kids Started screaming and running Into the cafeteria. He then beard gunfire
which appearedto be coming from outside GR.EE~ and his friends took cover underthe tabies for a short
period of time GREEN and severalothers then startedrunningfer me stairs but they heard gunfire so they
turned and ran intothe office tocared in the kitchen There wereapproximately 18 people bidingin the
office when SWAT team members located me: groupand escortedthemout of the building two hours after
the attack began GREEN Stated he did not see any backpacks or bags otherthan the ones that were with
015 group of friends. GREE~ also stated that be did DOt see any of the suspected shooters

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JC.o01· 003194
.... Supplemental Report
JCSO 99·1625 I FBI174A·DN·51419 I COr-TROL MiMBER: 1544
Investigator Dan Pfannenstiel I west "lelro Fire I :lQ3·989·~307 Extension530

On April 23, 1999 at 1200 hours I met withRichard Green and his mother, Polly Green,ar 6357 West
Geddes Drive in Wwemo. Colorado for the purpose of 3J] interview

Richard Green provided the following information aboutthe ColumbineHighScbcol incident, which
occurred 00 J"pnI20, 1999:

• Rich stated thathe left choir class at the I I 10 a.m. bell and went straight to the cafeteria He stated
that the choir room is upstairs nearthe Library He stated that he was with Paul Andrews (979-1732)
and Brett Kcstalnick (973-2199) when he walked down the stairsand into the cafeteria. He stated that
they,gener;:)ly went (0 me same table that the always StUU Richardidentified that tohle as "R,.Jt" of
"EE" frctn the FBIEvidenceDiagram, Richard also drew ais route0; entranceon the diagram as wen
Richardstated that he was facing west whilesitti!'lg at the table

• Richard stated that he was sitting arrhe tablebefore me t I: 15 bell ~ang Richardstaledthat they
"generallypur their backpacks downto Save theirplace ;.oct then go J1ld getfood" He stated that most
cf them r,tldgotten their food when "everything started to happen" RIchard stated that he was"almost
done when it started" Richardstared (hat tbe following werealso at the table

Paul Andrews
Brett Kosmlmck
Greg Garcia (979·8117)
DustinGorton
Dan Lab
KristenGarameno
Shawn Roberts

• Richard. stated that Paul. Brett and Gregare all good mends and rhar (he remainder of the peopleare
just kids he 'hangsom with at school" He seared that they"all had backpacks exceptfor Dustin
Gerton" Richard staredthat Dustin Sat downright after he (Richard) did Richard staredmarhe was
wearing beige pants, a whiteshirt and a navy bluecovet shirt Richardwears glasses andstated that he
bad them on ar the time He staredthat he carriesa greenbackpack with a Star Wars logo on it. Inside
the pa<:k were Biology, Language.-\r!s:md a Choirbook He stated that he left his backpack on a shelf
in the kitchenstorage room where he eventually retreatedwhen the gunfirestarted.

• Richard statedthot:vtr Sandersran insidefrom the westdoor near the teacher'5 lounge and was
yelling, "gee down" Richard statedthat he heardabout tWO or threeshcts comingfrom the outside
(west side} Richard rhcught thai: they were"hand gun shots' He stiltedthat he get underthe table
and was there for about30 seconds He staredmat while underme table he only saw the backpacks
thatbelonged. to everyoneat the table He stated that ne did notsee any "largeduffel bags"

• Richard. stated that they"thought they may be coming inside SO the got up andleft" He staredthat he
and Dan Lab started to run rewards the stairs and "go: about half way" when theybeard"three more
shotscome from the upstairs". He stated that theyr."l.en ran "into the kitchen and hid in the back
storage closet" Richard stated that he did norsee the shcorers outside or at the top of the stairs

• Richard stated that there were 18 peoplein the stor:~ge closer inc1udin,g to kitchenaids He namedthe
peoplethat he Gould remember and they are as follows

Lindsay Wyant
Brandy Wiseman (SIC)
Dan Lab
Man Depew{father is a Police Officer)
Sarch Slater (SiC)

JC.o01- 003195
Supple_.ta1 Report
JCSO 99·7625 I FBI17-1A.DN·;7419 I CONTROL NL":'lBER, 1544
lnvesngetor Dan Pfannensthdl West Metro Fire f J03·9S9~04307 Extension 530

Sam Grenelo (sic)


Tanya warlock (stc)
Tcsba Olsen {sic}
Shannon Ryan

• Richardstated that there was a phone in the room and they tried to call 911 but the line was busy He
Slated that ~an Depew called his father. a PoliceOfficer, at his work He staredtOOt theyall stayed
low to the ground and barricaded the doer with C02 pop cylinders(blue in color) and also a bunchof
pre-packaged food. Hestated thut several of them purtheirfeetup against the door

• Richard stated that theycould hearsomebodyoutside thedoor He staredthat he thcughr it was "just
one of mern'', butdkin'r know who it was He staredrbtu this cerson (s) did nor tnik. He staredrbathe
heard several"clicks" and mougbr that rhis person (5) W<:1S "{onding:l shot gun" He stated that he did
hear two "shot gun etases". but does not know wheretr.ey were "aimed 01' if they hit" He stated tholt
they also heard J. bunch of"k.itCl:h~:rl·nQises, like potsand pans rattling" He sto.ted that the person (s)
was in the kitchen for about 5 or 10 minutes

.. Richard stated that ultimatelythey were in the storagearea for about two hours and that they heard
gunfire up until Q!le·ttalfhour prior' to their rescueby the SW/\T teM1: Hestated that the shots were
then "else wher-e" and would"rattle the ceiling tiles" He STJ:ted that they ill "just stayed low to the
ground" He stated that several or'the students were srarnng 10 get "panicky" prior to their rescue

• Richard scared th<lt wh:ie 10 the storage area._old him that it "could be Dylan"
~as on "Dylan's top to hated list" Richard said chtl"Qld him t h a t " got icro a
and-'
"'II with Dylan lasr year

• Richard stated tha,r about tWO hours in to the evem, somebody knocked on The door and said they were
the SWAT ream He stared chat they opened the door slowly and then followed their directions He
stated that they made a human chain, holdingon to each omer,and went to an area behindthe stove
He )(ated Ihat they chen went co cheteachers lounge.out the window, hugged the wall and co an area
near aoambulance or fLre truck.

.. Richard 5UllOO marhe never sawasiy of the shooters but tMughr th.u one of them was upstairs while
they tried runningfor the Stairs He sI.ared rharhe did not see any of the Large duffel bags that we have
spoke about He stated that it "seemed. like a norma! typical day" up until the event.

• Richard stared tharhe "knew of me Trench Coat :'irma ITeM)", OUt thor he called them "the Trench
Coat Posse ITCP) instead" He downplayed the question and laughed, stating "there JUSt a couple of
kids trying to dress different" RiChMd denied DusonGonon being "a memberor an associate"of
TC~ ffCP Richardstated that he has "talked to DustinGOrton aboer this since the sboolitl8S" and
Dustintold him (Richard) before it became public that "it would be Dylan (Kleboid) and Eric
{Harris}" Richardstiltedthat Dustin mention "a coupleof other names tOO, but latersaid "it wasjust
{he two of them" Richarddenied knowing who "the couple of other names" were

• Richard 'Stated that Ousdn also told him (Richard) thai "he (Destin) knew they (Eric and Dylan} had
guns" Richard staredthat Dustin stUd "Dylnnand Eric made a video of rhe gunsfor their' class"or
words to that effect

• Richard stated that he spoke with J. Lea :Vlurpny aile! the sheering. Richard stated that Lea Y'Iurphy
rcld him u'lat she "one of the them WIth a gun and it was ncr Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold'"

• Richard stated that he "knew of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold", but can't ever remembertalking to
either of them. Rkh<lJ'd stared that he "saw them about two or threedays before the shootingsin the
bail" He sreredchat he did not see them rheday of rbe shoonngs

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JCSO 99-7625 I FIlI114A-DN-S7419 / CONTROL NUMBER; 1544
Invesdgal"r Dan Pfannenstiel I West Metro Firel 303-9894301Exteosi<>n 530

• Richard Stated he did nothearanytbing going around theschool about"guns or bombs" Hestatedthat
"if it Willi going through theschool. it wasa'r going verywell"

• Richard did not mention that he hadspoken to an agentfrom CB[ meevening before this lnrerview.
told Richl.U'd that·it was likely that someonefrom the DA'S Office would be couracting him in the
futureand his mother.PollyGreen, stared"Richard doesn't Jike Government much",

I gave Richard Greenand his mothermy business card should theyneed to have a contactregarding this
incident Includedwith this reportis the diagram (hat Richarddrew his location. entranceinto and exit out
of the cafeteria,

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