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FIll CASE NUMBER 4-DN-S7419 ./EfFERSON COUNTY SO CASE 99-7625

REPORTING AGENT
AGENTUndaR HOLLOWAY
CBl
690 KlPUNQ
DENVER COLORADO 80215
(303)239-1218

WITNESS:
Eric william LARSQN
DOB 07102183
ADDRESS: 9124 W. PROGRESS ORNE
ll11'LETON. COLORADO 80123
HOME PHONE (303)978-1733
SOPHOMORE COLUMlllNE HIGH SCHOOL

MOTHER - TERESA LARSON (303) 566-1262


FATHER· GUY LARSON (303) 692-lJ306

WIlEN lNTERVIEWED:
MAY 6. 1999 1800 (6 PM.)

WHERE INTERVIEWED
RESIDE.'lCE - 9124 W. PRooRESS AVE
ll11'LETON. COLORADO 80123

ACTION TAKE.'1:

O. May 6. 1999allSOO (6 p.e,) the Repol1:iJlgAgen, Linda&. HOLLOWAY weerro !be larson residence
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ill UllietOll to io<erView Ern: LARSON. He gave !be (ollowiog of !be events of Aprll20. 1999:

Eric was picked up at hisresidence by Nichele DUNN at 7:05a.m, They drove to school
andparked in the Clement parking lot off Pierce Street at 7:25a.m. He went to his locket
and then Straight to Iris first hour computer class in thebusiness area. of theschool. He
then went to the cafeteria. at 7:30am, because he found out thIprthere was a substitute
teacher. He remained in the cafeteria with Daniel YAEGER'intil first hour was over at
S:25a.m, He satneartables PP and QQ however hedidnot notice anything unusual, like
duffel bags. while he wasthere.

LARSON then leftthecafeteria and attended his second period science class. his third
period algebra class and fourth period language class. He went outside and down the
west stairs into thecafeteria. He sat at table UU which is close to thedoorhe hadjust
entered. He was withMike LAVA..'<. Brenden TRUJlLLO and Dan REICKS whoare
also all sophomores. Hesat and talked, nor eating lunch because he had forgotten to
bring any money forfood

Eric LARSON looked OUt thewindows and first noticed another student bleeding. He
nextrecalled thaI a female teacher came in and toldthem to getdown. Hegotdown fora
shortperiod of time and thencrawled toward the stairwell that leads to thesecond floor.

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He got up and ran the restof thewayup the staUs. He heard what he thought wen! six
gunshots and an explosion when he got to the landing andhe randown tile ball to the
front door (that open toward Pierce street). He 1lllIIted on the provided maps his route
out of the building. Once across the street he went to a friend's residence and called his
mother.

The only other significant information tlllllhecould recall was that he noticed a "kid",
probably male, running fromthe school just before he notice the student that was
bleeding. He was wearing a lightgrayor white shirt. He was runningpast the baseball
fields when he saw him. He did not know if he wasrunning because he may have heard
gunshOlS or if it was before the shooting started.

He did not see any of the shooters or haveanyothersignificant information to share.

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U SgPPLEMENTAL REFORT

Defendant: (columbine ehooting) Do"ket Number: 99A062 (I i


Date, 042899 Calle Number: 99-7625
Deputy D.A.: Investigator: Mike Heylin

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WITNESS,

Stephanie Larson DOa, 111982


6361 S. Pieroe COUrt
Littleton, CO 80123
303-973-0287
"/0 mother, Lynn Larson (w) 303-788-7881
father, Ken (w) Continental pilot
~CES student, cafeteria witness t in cafeteria for 4th hour and first
lunoh hour, table HE for 4th hour, ta.ble CCC for lun"h.

INVESTIGATION:

all. April27, 1999 at 1100 hours I contacted Stephanie Larson at her


home for an interview. Her father, Ken, had just left: for a few
minutes. He returned home after we were 10 minutes into the
interview. Stephanie then told me the fallowing:

* She is a sophomore at Coluw~ine High.

* She explained that she has 4th hour off. That class period is
from 10,20 a.m. to 11:10 a,m. She usually goes to the cafeteria
during that period, as she did on the shooting day. She said that

, there could be 100 to 150 snudent s in the cafeteria area for 4th
hour. Many of those students do not have the first lunch. hour when
the shooting began.
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1/ * After her 3rd hour science class, she went to her locker by the
,., library. She got to the cafeteria around 10,30 a. m. She was with
fellow acudents David Eagle, Jessica Stevens, Jackie Carrol, Scott:
Pa-rke r-, and a Brook (last name unknown.] She also noted that
several student were in t_he cafeteria around where she was; Nikki
Lawson/ Katie Vorcheck, Lindsie Swanson/ and Andrea Launer.

* She pointed to the cafeteria diagram and said she spent the 4th
hour at table RH. She said there were about as to 20 students by
the windows, another 20 to 30 by Rebel Corner, and the ",est of the
$tudenta she saw were in the cafeteria.

* When asked, she never heard of Eric Harris and did not even
recognize him in news photos as a student at Columbine. She might
have seen Dylan once or twice in the hallways during the school
year. She did not know Dylan by name. She did not have any
information on how Eric or Dylan dressed.

0* She knows of the trench coat students more from last year than
this year. She does not know names of these students. She said
that she has seen some of the trench coat students getting into a
red and gray Suburban for a ride earlier in the school year.

• After 4th hour, She pointed to


she moved to a table nearby.
table CCC and this was confirmed with the location her backpack was
located.

* She thought an Angie Urkart was the only one at that table as
she went to get in the food line at the kitchen. She was ",ith
Jadara Taliaferro, Cassie Sedeski, Jill Chiakowski, Margaret Burns
and Dene petersen in the food line.

* She was wearing a white long sleeve shirt, khaki shorts and
black sandals.

* She then heard two to three boys yell, "EveIybody get down, get
down." She also heard the mention of a gun.
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She went back to her table an hid under it using her backpack
fer protection. She said a female Spanish teacher started to yell,
"Get; down. 'I This teacher was also in a food line,

• After a few seconds, she said that all the students in the
cafeteria started to run to the stairs area.

• She went toward the food line and turned right to the elevator
and bathroom area. She said there was a black door that a teacher,
the younger Mr. Andres, opened. This door led to a small set of
stairs up to the stage in the auditorium. She was on the stage with
some other students for a few seconds and then they all ran up the
left aisle {northl to the exit door that is at the main hallway.

* She said a huge group was going out the main doors. She Saw
that the windows to the main doors were shot out. She went with a
group of students north down a hallway and out a set of north
doors. She then went to Clement Park.

.. The only :reports she heard were sounds like Ilbanging against
metal" when she was under the table in the cafeteria. She thought
it sounded like paint balls striking something metal from the
kitchen.

* She did not see any trench coat students in the school or
cafeteria that day. She saw nothing but baokpacks in the
cafeteria. When asked specifically about a duffle bag, she said she
did not see any.

This concluded my interview with Stephanie Larson.

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fill CASE NUMBER 4-0N-57419 JEFFERSON COUNTY CASE NUMBER 99-7625

REPORTING AGENT;

Linda R. HOLLOWAY
CDl
690KlPUNG
DENVER, COLORADO 80215
(303) 239-4218

WITNESS:

Andrea Lynn LAUNER


DOB 06/07/83
ADDRESS: 8861 WESTPROGRESS PLACE
mON, COLORADO 80123
(303) 979-3705
MOT1iER- Deb LAUNER (303)806-3112
FAT1iER - R... LAUNER (303) 503-l,m

WHEN INTERVlEWED:
May 6, 1999 AT 19QOHOURS(7p,tD.)

WHERE INTERVIEWED:
RESlOENCE: 8861 WEST PROGRESS PLACE, u:rt1..ETON.CO

WITNESS lNERVIEWED:

LiJldsay SWANSON
DOB 09123182
ADDRESS: 9123 WESTPROGRESS AVE:'lIJE
LITTLETON, COLORADO 80123
(303) 978-1 04S

WHENINTERVIEWED:
MAY 6, 1999 at 2000 hours by ",lepbu..
ACTlONTAKEN:

On May6. 1999 the RepoJti1lg AI"l't Linda R. HOLLOWAY ..,IIt to tllc l'CSide""" of Columbine Student
Andrea LAUNER. ""viDg at 7 p,tD. Pte..., duz:iD& tho interl>iew were ber P""'IltS, Deband Russ
LAUNER andbu steeer, Amanda (13 yoa), So. _ "'bat ,he didon April 20, 1999:

Andrea', fatilu [oo!< her to school and dropp<d her of in tllc _ ' parldng lot befonl schon! 'tarted, SOe
""'lit to be< locla!rand mel witb. fiiends on tllc east sideof
tb.e High School (inside) prior to firstperiod,
During 4"boor, ,be bas.o classes so sllewent", <lie "'''''''''.s (cafeteria.), "".u.g at beeweee 10:2O .. 1Il.
and 10:25 .. 11L Sbe salat tableODD witb. flieods Katle VLCEK. NiJcl:i LAWSON, Lindsay SWANSON
andLindsey PORTINCASO, LiJldsay SWANSON andLindsey PORTINCASO .,.,. tbmoonly tbrough
4" period. not rhe A LUlleb period.

Andrea escorted Lindsay SWANSON outside tllc ot1Itll_ doorof tho cafeteria .... sbe tool:. a roll of film
for a claso proje<:r, This would bave beeajust prio". tllc A l.uocb period begiml.ing (10",20 minutes},
She.... photographing bet_ and other tmlalo.... obi_. LiJldsay SWANSON'S bume pbuoe
number .... ill- as (303)978-1fl45, Sbewascc_ . shortly altor tllc inrerview withLAUNER was
fitlialled by meand it was learned !hal tllc rollof film ",as taken outof bet SOR_ camera and put

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inside a ,mall blackor tIear film caseaDd pl30ed in the fro'" poc:ktt Qf.bet baclq>aek. Her badcpocl< iaa
gteell Eddie Ba"'" pack!lw w.. left in Mr, JOHNSON'S 'dence room ill the sciencewillg of the buiIdillg.
This Ulformation was passed on in the form of au illfurmati"" Conttolelllr)l audgiven to Caris ANDRIST
of !be Jeff""on Couaty Sberiff', Depanmellt wbo was in charge of the crime scene at !lw time. He later
reported that the loll of film bad been l~ aad WB$ in the process of beingdeveloped.

Alldrea the. named lbe people who","", at bet tablo!'lN dering A Lunch. Tbey are: NiJ<.Ir;i LAWSON.
Lat. KEl'INEY, Laaren BONIN, Kade StlLUV AN, Becc.OOODWlN, Krisdn SHEFFIELD and Sarah
llOODRlLL

Aedrea reiared that sbe bad gOtlOtbroogh the foodlltte abelll 5 mina... before the luocb period begau and
got her meal. Sberecalled having breadstlcb aDd cookies. Sbe waslilting at the table, facUlg the '0lJts
wbea,be""" Mr SANDERS ocmiag LotO tllecafe""a aDd tellingeveryone to "get down". Sbe tllought
be maynavecomefrom the reacher', lounge area, She got under bet table aDd waited a sbort while,

She and raber then ran ro the elevatOr and gOt in aad begau ascending to the floor where !be library ts
localOd when sbe heard _ gunsoots. Sheestimated thar!bore were 15cbildren in the elevercrat tbal
time.

Upon lroad"g tlle gonsbOlS the eleveree wassear bod< down to the lowerlevel aad see and the oc!ler
'Cbiidte:n ran intQ the auditorium. Someone locked the auditorium door and she laid all tilecement floor.
She was with KatieSULl.!VAN. Dan RlECKS. Ieff BARRETT aad AlldyANDERSON while ,be was in
the au<litorium. She recall. _g "bangs and explnslons"

The oeXI tillllg ,be remembers I. Mr. ANDRES Sil or III coming into the auditorium and told the ehildtea
to ron through the door by the cafeteria doWl\SOlJts aad through thel'"",igo Langoage hallsand evennWly
to dte outside. She tall to Kara KENNEY'S residence and called her mocher, It as about 11,30wbe. bet
mother received the call from Andrea.

Alldtea left!ler backpack. a hluolllllSpOl'l. in the caroteri.. Also iII tho",boot In her locker are otbel' boa!<.>
and school materia!. Her lacrosse items are in Mr, Eric F'RIESE1~' It room. She was wearing a. gray
lacrosse poln jmey with the big. _ "22" in iL Sbe also bad 00 bluejoan sberts and wbito !ellllis
seces.
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BROWN IS. Whoa askedIf sIle know OIlyone who ha>a double pierced eyebrow. 'he statod that Brie
PESQUALLl ","y have one. /
Silo uses tbelntOl1lO' and bet nameof tho compum is "DAllULA 7 @..,I.c....

When aaked if.be recalled the phrase Qf.tllo daygiven efror the ....""""menes on April 20, silo
tomemberedit wassometlliag Like -rnIS ISOOlNGTO BE A BAD DAY."

Silodid not rememberanything elseof slgnificanc. in thiscase. Tho interyiew onded .. 2000 hours,

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Michael lames Lavan' DOB 072782


6559 South Allison Court
Linleton, Colorado 80123
303·979·1549
Columbine High School! 10th grade

INVESTIGATION:

I)n 05·05·99, at about 8:55 a.rn, r interviewed CHS student Michael Lavan as follow tlp on DN2488, The interview was
conducted at Michael's home, in the presence oftus mother,Cheryl Lavan,

Michael told me that on 04·20·99, at about II 10 am, he hadjust finished hIS fourth periodscience class, which IS iocated On
the upper levelof the scncot. After leavingclass, Mlcnael said that he went to ills locker and retrievedhis sack lunch. Michael
said that he then walked downstairs to the cafeteria,and sat down at table UU, Michael estimated that he arrived at said table
at about II 1i a.m. Michael said that while walking to table UU, he did nor notice any duffle bagls}or anythingelse that he
might consider unusual or out of the ordinary, Michaelsaid that no walked past several tables, at which there were students
and/or backpacks, as normal, Michael described table lU as being "about three tables from 'he door," referring to the door
located in the northwest comer of the cafeteria. Michael said that he sat wltb students Daniel Riecks(I Orh), Brenden Trujillo
( IGth), Eric Larson (1 Oth I, and BrianSoderberg (10m), Michael said that he remembered facingsouthwestwhileslumg at the
table,

Michael said that he finished hi, lunch at about 11:15 a.m.. whereupon no saw a group of students gatheringalong the west
windows and near the door in the northwest COrnet of the cafeteria. At that time. Michael said that he saw a "kid" lyingoutside

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the northwest door, Michael said that he thought this individual had been hit by the door or had had a seizure Michael Said
that he then heard hIS mend. Brenden Trujillo. say that he saw blood on this individual. Michaelsaid l~at he was stili sitting
at table UU at this time. and could not see up the stairway outside tne northwest door. Michael said that he then got up and
walked to the west windowsto see what was going on. At that time.Michae! said that he saw anotherindividual lyingoutside.
nearthe base of the stairway, Michael said that this individual wasattempting to movearoundand was screaming. Atthattime.
Michael said that he remembersteacher Dave Sanders. who he thinkscame from the area of the faculty lounge, run outside to
check on the kid lying by the door. Michaelsaid that Dave Sandersthen told everyone in the area to "get down."

Uponheanng rnis. Michaelsaid that he then moved behind. largepost locatedon the west side of the cafeteria, between tables
UC and VV, and ducked down. Michael said that at that paint. he was no longer looking outside through the windows. and
remembers seerngstudent Leiha ;Aurphy OOth) under table VV. and student Matthew Katzenrneier ((10th) near the southwest
corner of the serving line. Michael said that up 10that point. he had not heardany gunshous) and still did not know what was
going on Michael said that he then noticedseveral students elsewhere It! the cafeteria began to run toward the interior(east!
stairway and runup the stairs. Michaelsaid that upon seeing this. he also began to move eastward. towardthe interior stairway
Michael said that tor the firsttime. he heard what he thoughr weregunshotswhile approachingthe stairway Michael said thai
because of the large group of studentscrowdicg the stairway. he decidedto take the elevatorlocated near the bathrooms in the
southeast comer of the cafeteria. Michaelsaid that he got mHO the elevator "with about twenty other kids:' Michael said that
the elevator then look them (0 the upper level. whereupon he saw a lot ofsmoke when the doors opened. Michael said that he

thought there was a tire on the upper leveland that It mightnot be sale '0 get off. Michael said that he remained on theelevator.
which took he and others back down '0 the cafeteria level.
Upon exitingthe elevator backon the lowerlevel.Michael said rhar reacher Leland Andres led heand others into theauditorium
and lockedthe auditorium doors Michaelsaid that he remained inside the auditorium for approximately ten minutes.during
which rime he heard both sporadic gunshots and explosions. but was unsure of where they were corning from, Michael said
that a janitor then entered the auditorium through the bonom doors, at about the same time that Leland Andres wasapproaching

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the upperportionof the auditorium. Michael 'aid that theJanitor wasyelling to the students not to approach the upper portion
of the auditorium Michael said that he and other students then returned to where this januor was, near the lower portion of the

auditorium. Michael said that the janitor men ushered he and others out the bottom doors of the auditorium and told them to

exit the building through the south doors near the foreign language areaon the lower level. Michael said that he and others then
ran eastdown a hallway, and then southdown the hallway near the foreign language classrooms. and finally OUt of the school
through the southeast doors. From there. Michael said that he ran down a steep grass hill and then southward across thejunior
parking lot Michael said that he did not see any police officers on the south side of the building when he ran out but
remembers seeing some ambulances. Michael said that uponexiting theschool grounds. he ran across PierceStreet to Leawood
Park.

vlichael said that at no time did he see any shoorens) or anyone wearinga trench coat. Michael said that while sitting at table
UIJ, he remembers seeing the following student' sitting (he thinks) at table IT: Daniel Palrneter (10th), Brian Rathbun (10th,.
Aaron Brown (10th. Brooks Brown's brother), Adam Sand, OOth). Matthew Depew (lOth), and Jacob Bauer(10thl.

Michael said that he did not personally know Eric Harris of Dylan Klebold. nor any of the names presented by the media as
known associates of them. The: interview was concluded at about 9'32 a.rn.

The names of those students- / teachers provided by Michael were run through Rapid Start and Denver Detective 'vtark
Woodward. no lead sheetswereprepared because all name, provided were either previously interviewed. or scheduled to be
interviewed

See attached cafeteria map.

DISPOSITION' Open.
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J!P'P'lIRSON COUNTY DISTRICT A'I"I'ORNBY' S OnIOll

SQPPLIIMllNTAL REPORT

Defendant: HARRIS/KLEBOLD Docket Nllmber:


Date, MAY 10, 1999 Case Nllmber, 99A062
Deputy D.A., Il1vestiga.tor: DOYLE, J?J

Reporting investigator 1? J. Doyle


J is a commissioned peace
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officer employed by the Oistrict Attorney in the First Judicial


Oistrict serving Jefferson and Gilpin Counties. I am currently
assigned to assist in interviewing witnesses from columbine High
School.

On May 6, 1999 I spoke with Nicole Christine Lawson, a tenth


grader.
56jO W. Princeton Drive
Denver, CO 303 984-1921
Mom: Chris Lawson work: 303 384-9910
Father: Pat Lawson work: 303 623-0911

Nicole's !!\Other was present. during the interview.

Nicole told me the following'

She was in scllool and at.tended all of her classes on April


zncn, She went to the cafeteria during 4th hour. 5th hour is her
lunch. She was in photography prior to that. She and her friend
were sitting at table NN. (See diagram) With her was Andrea
Launer, 8861 w. Progress Place, Littleton 80123 303 979-3705.
Parents are Oeb and Russ Launer. The bell rang for 4tn hour to
end. She and Andrea were just talking and waiting for their friends
to get down to the cafeteria for lunch. Andrea noticed nothing
unusual in the cafeteria at that time.

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Their friends came dcwn and sat at the table. The friends were:

Kristen Sheffield, 7556 Park View Mountain, Littleton. Parents are


John and Alana Sheffield 303 979-4308, Becca Goodwin 7754 W.
Plymouth Place, Littleton, Mom is Margo Goodwin 973-2746. Sarah
Dodrill 6380 S. Kendall St., Littleton 801.23 Parents are Lynn and
Kathy Dodrill 303 795-3383, Lara Kenney 6073 S. Lamar Drive,
Littleton, CO 80123 Parents are Fran and Glen Kenney 303 795-1547
and Katie Sullivan (no info. available).

Nicole heard Mr. sanders come in and yell get down and
everybody got under tables. She thought it was a senior prank. The
girls at her table were laughing because they thought it was a
senior prank. While they were under the table, she heard shoes
squeaking. After about 30 seconds everybody started to run. She
didn't hear any bombs until they were all running. She saw Mr.
Sanders running in t~~ middle of t~~ cafeteria.

Nicole said that there was pop spilled on the floor and people
were slipping. There were chairs sprawled on the floor from people
knocking them over. People had ~o run around the chairs.

Nicole ran past the maintenance elevator and Mr. Andres I Jr. I

the music teacher. She ran through the auditorium. She was hearing
bombs going off and could feel shaking, like a vibration on the
floor. She ran out the main hallway by the counseling office and-
ran outside. Outside she heard muffled bombs. She looked back at
the school and she didn't see any smoke. she hopped a fence by
Clement Park. There were teachers leading kids.

Nicole said that TCM were abundant last year. She said that
she had heard from an unknown source that if girls wanted to join
the TeM, that the had to sleep with an unknown guy who wore a beanie
hat with a propeller.

Nicole said that a girl named Kelly Schwab in her history class
always wore a black trench coat to class. (7593 W. Elmhurst Drive,

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Littleton 80123 979-5811 or 8676 W. Progress Place, Littleton 80123
same phone number. Tommie is a parent.)

Another girl who wore a trench coat is Stephanie Kenney, 7029


W, Chestnut Drive, Littleton 303 973-7886 Marie and Steve Kenney
are parents. Stephanie wore a red head band with devil horns and a
trench coat.

Stephanie and Kelly would draw 'fnords ff on the black board.


Fnords are little symbols that were servants of the devi 1 . They
would draw a whole bunch of them. They did it When no one was
locking. They hadn't been around this year.

Nicole said that she heard that Ashley MoKenna was in a science
room with Mrs. Williams, by the main hall. Ashley heard somebody
aay , "Came an Joey. 11 (7767 S . Depew St., Litt.leton, CO
80128 303 904-2755 Erian and rlsa are parents. I

Nicole never saw the shooter(s) .

Team four interview guideline and diagram attached.

No further information at this tL~e.

Date

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J.\;llNIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

I. Did you ever See the two large duffel bags in the cafeteria ?

2. Did you see anyone carrying or in the possession of those duffel bags. at a previous
time?

3. Did you see Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold either on Mondayof Tuesday? What were
they doing? a...o&y,;f JC.-,.....,--, ~
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6. Did you see or £ll!k to any of the Trench Coat Mafia members on Monday? Tuesday
? How about the prior week or weekend ryI (;

7. Have you heard anytlting from anybody else about other suspects, bomb making,
guo buying, etc. ? _r.!= I

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you leave?

10. What time did you enter the cafeteria ? Where did you come from (prior to the
cafeteria) ?

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** UPDATED APRlL 28, 1999 **
TEAM FOUR ll'ITERVlEW GUIDELINE
~IAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

II. Have them markwhere they were sitting, their rOUIe out of the building and whom
they were wittl (if known) ?

12. How did you exit the building? Where did you go when you got out and what did
you see on the outside of the building?

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13. Do you use the Internet? [f so, what is yourscreen name? Do you have an ICQ
(aka: I seek you I similar to a chat line) account?

14. Do you know anybody with a "doublepierced eyebrow" ?


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knowwhlll !he"Thoughtof the day was" over the Rebel News Network (RNN) ?
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17, Ask the parents if the kids have told themanything else? Different?

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Control Number 0!::ll.J.21

WlDiESS; TERRY MICHAEl-LAWSON. 008 September 9,1981, POB Alamosa, CO. 73" in height,
175 ibs , brown hair, hazeleyes. Home oddress: .Ill91 Soutn Hoyt, Littleton. CO801<3,home telephone
303~9G4-2578, Occupance: Student at Columbine High SCMol, witness 10 shooting.

INTERVlEWERS,Agent RICHARD K GRlFFlTH.>nd Agent RICKEY S 'vlL'NDINE, Colorado Bureau


of Investigation, 690 Kipling Sceet. Suite.wOO, Denver, CO 80215. phone: 303~2J9..,J.Zll

OTllERS PRESE;",!" STEVELAWSON (father)

DATE!ilME OF INTERVIEW April Z1, 1999.600 Pm.

PLACE OF INTERVIEW, 4892South Hoyt. Littleton. CO 80123

With the permission of LAWSON's father. STE\IELAWSON, a witness interview wasconducted


concerningLAWSON'sknowledge- of the shooting and bombing.lociden[ a[ Columbine High School on
April 20, 1999at approximately 11,15 a.m, LAWSON stated'hat ill approximately 1[;20 a.m,on April ZOo
1999.he droppedoff hi. backpack in the Tech labandthen proceeded to tho "'0001 cafeteria. LAWSON
went through the lunch line and proceededto find ;l table in the northwest cornerof tbe cAfereria nearthe
exit door (approximateiy tO~ 15fee! from the door) LAWSON wassittingat the table with a friend wbcm
be identifIeaas IA'! HALES At approximately 1i 30 11.m.. LAWSON bearssevenor eightshotsfrom a
serni-automanc \Ve::lp0fl. and all the people inside- me cafeteria stand up to find out what is going on.
LAWSON stares he heard someone yell. 'he' s gota gun," Atmis point aU the srudenrs and teacherin the
cafeteria fail to the tloor and take cover,except LAWSON He remainsstJIlding and looks cut the window
and observes DYLA!" KLEBOLD standing near ill. door to the cafeteria. ::.AWSONstated he has known
KLEBOLD for apprcxiraateiy one half of a semester and is positive it washe: He is approximately four
feet from rae window and stated be saw what appeured to be two malestudents. one wearing a blackshirt
(co further descnprionavail.\lble) and one weanng bluejeans (no further description available) running up
the hill in :I northerly direction toward the tennis cocre KlEBOLD then turnshts :mendon from
LAWSON to the two mdividualsrunning up the bill :md shootsat both of them, LAWSON believes
KLEBOlD sbcr one of the individualstwice in the legs and. the secondindividual appeared to be SOOi In
the back Both continue to run up the hill. awayfrorn KLEBOLD

KLEBOLD after sheering ;l( the (VII') individuals running up the hill. reaches imc his backpack and
produces .a pipe bomb approxirnarely 12"~ J 8" in length, both ends were largerthan [he diameter of me pipe.
appeared to be paintedsilver, Kl.EBOLD lights what appears to be nred pieceof elcth, whichappears to
be a wick attachedto the pipe bomb and throws it with his right band into the: stUdent parking lot,
KLEBOLD's left hand still contains the semi-automatic pistol, While he is throwing the pipebombhe is
laughing out loud. After throwing the pipe bomb L~WSON and HALES run our of the cafeteria and
outside LAWSON does nOI see KLEBOLD again Qt" my other shooter "W'hile running to exit the
building, LAWSON heard approximately five more shotsend one loudexplosion from inside theschool
and from whore he last saw KLEBOLD.

LAWSON described KLEBOI..D :IS 6'5",67" in height. ,1<11my. blond haircollar Iengtn, wearing a black
an.lde length trenchcoer. buttoned up, wearing J. blackbaseball style cap with J ted emblem in the from
(worn correcnyj.a blackbackpackworn on KLEBOLD's backand nothing covering his face

LAWSON stated although he has only knownH.-\RRJS and KLEBOLD fOt one halfof a semesterhe has
talked with them both, Hedescribes HARRlS as a rhinker, \/erysman and something a1Wl1Ys on his mind,
He believes HARRfS planned the entire operanonand KLEBOLD only fullcwed instructions from
HARRIS

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LAWSON sraOld HARRIS frequently told racist jokes and stated he admired Atlolph Hitlerfor his
Intelligence but didn'tlike him becauseue took the easy ...ay QUe HARRIS also told LAWSON thathe
was not a racist. LAWSON stated this actionby HARRIS and mOLD did no' reallysurprise him
based on someof tIleir helief' and actioDS. LAWSON s..Old he helie'iedHARRIS and KLEBOLD made a
moviedepicting people running down hallways and catwalks sbooting ateachether. Thismovie is on a
computer in thecomputet tech labon a computer nextto the scaaner, The movie is coerained in My
Documents file.

LAWSON st.Old that only two individual,shown in the photograpb contained in tile 1998 Columbi". Higb
Scheel Yearbook of tile TrenchCoat Mafi. are actually membots. LAWSON identified tile.. as JOE
STAIRS and CRIS MORRIS. LAWSON stated tile greup was foomed because tile members were
considered OUtC3$1S and were callednames by others inthe schooL LAWSON advised that the following
personnel could provide! additionalinformarion 00 !.be members and associates of meTrench Coat Mafia:
JOE STAIRS, BROOKS BROWN, CRIS MORRIS,ERICFICKE and ALEJANDRA MARSH.

LAWSON advised Sgt11M SLYVESTER. IeffersonCountySberiff's Office. interviewed him OU April


20, 1999 as heevacuated theseMel. LAWSON couldprovide no additional information relevant to this
investigation.

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RICHARD K. GRIFFITH
Agent
Colorado Bureau of Investigation

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JC~01· 003533
JBP7ZasON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICI

Defendant, HARRIS!KLEBOLD Docket:. Number.


Date. MAY 10, 1999 Case Number' 99A062
Deputy D.A. , Investigator, DOYLE, PJ

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. I am currently
assigned to assist in interviewing witnesses from Columbine High
School.

On May 6, 1999 I spoke with Martin Christopher Layton, a


sophomore.
DOE, 10-23-82
7233 S. Chase Way
Littleton, CO 80128
303 979-6908
Mother: Margene Layton
Father, Kenneth Layton Work: 303 855-5329

No parent was present during the interview. Martin and his


mother said that Martin wanted to speak with me without her present.

Martin told me the following.

He had been to all his classes on the morning of the incident.


He went to the cafeteria a little early because his choir class got
out a few minutes early. He was sitting in the cafeteria at table
XX (see diagram) with Aaron Brown~ Brian Rathbone: David Smith: Jake~
Maes and some other people, but he forgot who they were. He noticed
nothing unusual in the cafeteria.
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Martin said that he heard some commotion outside of the
cafeteria, like. people wrestling around. (He then said, like
something going on. ) He said that he got up from the table and
looked out the window by his table. He thought maybe there was a
fight. He didn't look into the parking lot. He saw SOmeone
running. This person was wearing shorts and a white tee shirt. It
was a white male who didn't have a hat on. That is all Martin
could say about this person. Mart:in said that someone had fallen
down. He couldn't see. People were saying that the person was
bleeding.

Martin said that right about then, Mr. Sanders ran into the
cafeteria and told everybody to get down under the tables. A couple
of seconds after that, everyone started crawling through the tables
and chairs and in the middle of the cafeteria. Martin got up and
ran up the stairs.

Martin said that he heard a whole bunch of guns going off. It


sounded like the shots were coming from outside. When he got by the
stairs, it sounded like the guns were going off inside the
cafeteria. When he got to the top of the stairs, the guns sounded
like they were rapid firing. He said that some people fell down,
but got up again. He ran down the hall that goes past science and
math, and then out the door by the math halL

Martin 1:'an down the stairs and hopped the fence to a brick
ledge and then went acroas the street and hopped a fence to the
park. He said that he could hear gun shots going off the whole time.

Martin never saw the shoote1:'(si. He said that he haard from "iii

bunch of people" that the shooters were TCM. He said that a student
named Dan Riecks told him that they saw more people in trenoh coats
at the top floor elevator.

Team four guideline and diagram attaohed.


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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW'Gu1DELINE ;;J. 'S,£
:MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

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What did they say" Wete they with anyone else?

4. Did you leave anything behind in the cafeteria or anywhere else in the school "
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5, Who were you with in the cafeteria? Where were you sitting?

6, Did you see or talk to any of the Trench Coat Mafia members on Monday? Tuesday
? How about the prior week or weekend? "v v,c _

7. Have you heard anything from anybody else about other suspects, bomb makillg,
gun buying, etc. ?
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you leave"

10. What time did you enter the cafeteria .? Where did you come from (prior to the
cafeteria) ?

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UPDATED APRIL 28, 1999 **
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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
ML"ffi\fAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

II Have them mark where they were sitting. their route out of me building and whom
they were with (if known) ?

12. Howdid you exit the building? Where did you go when you got out and whardid
you see on the outsideof the building "

13. Do you use the Internet? If so. what is your screen name" Do you have an leQ
(aka: 1seek you I similar to a chat line) account?

14. Do you knowanybody with a "double pierced eyebrow" ?

15.Did you see or hear any unusual announcements prior to the shootings? Do you
know what ~ "Thoughtof the day was" over the Rebel News Network(R!'jN) ?
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813:2 West Portland Avenue
Littleton, Colorado 80121
13031979-6085
Student. Columbine High School

KEITH PEARCE, DOBi!0-20-55


Same as. above
Bus: Same
(Step-father of Michael Leary)

SANDY PEARCE, DOBI09-18-57 Sam. as above


Sameas above
Bus. 17-;"; South Harrison Street

Denver, Colorado 80::I0


(303) 574-5015
(Michael Leary's natural mother)

PAUL LEARY, DOB/liNK


g Falls Circle
Colchester, Connecticut
(860) 537-6608
(Michael Leary's natural father)

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INVESTIGATION:

On Ma: ", 1999. at about Q9QO hours, [ responded to 813:::' West Portland Avenue. where j mer with witness \1ichael lear; and
his step-father. witness Keith Pearce I interviewed Leary about the shooting incident at Columbine High School that occurred
on 04-:0-99

MichaelLeary said On 4-20-99, at about 1020 hours. he Went into the cafeteriaat Columbine High School to eat his lunch H.
said he hac! fourth hour off from any classes so he was in thereearlier than some of the other students, Leary said he wasat a
cafeteria table at the east side of the cafeteria. in about tnt middle and near the stairs that lead upsrairs ro the second floor of

COlumbine High School. Leary said he was with the following students at this table (table either number J1 or number L oo the
cafeteria mapl Jonathon Caruso. Pat Sirncngton, Danny Gonzales. Dusty Hoffschneider. Craig Scott (victim Rachel Scott s.
according co Michael Leary). Jason Jone!and Eric Trujill&."Le:uy showed me on a map of the cafeteria of Columbine High
School where he had been sitting, and where JonathonCaruso, Pat Simongton, Danny Gonzales. and Dusty Hoffschneider had
been sining at this table. and the direction that they had been facing. Leary did not recall where the other students present with
him had beensitting Learysaid he was facing an easterly direction. Leary said he "heard J couple pops." but did net think much
about it because he believed it was a serucr prank laking place Leary said suddenly a student. Justin !'forman. ran from outside

of the cafeteria. through one of the doors on the south side of the cafeteria. to the inside of the cafeteria where he said thai

someone had got shot. Leary said he stHldid not take any of this seriously until a janitor ran into the cafeteria and told everyone

there to get down on the floor and under the tables Leary said he got up onto his knees to tTy to look out of the cafeteria windows

to see what was taking place. and said he saw smoke outside of these windows Leary said the students inside the cafeteria

suddenly gOI up and began to run towards the Stairs that leadup to the second level of the high schoot. Leary said he and about
15other studentsgot onto the elevator, and went up in 11 to the secondlevei. Leary said when it got to the second level and the
elevator door opened he heard a loud explosion and said it was caused by a bomb going offJUS! outside of the librar: He said

the studentswent back downon the elevatorto level L Wheo the elevator-door opened on level I a teacher, Mr. Andres, Jr , .... as
there and told the students to go into the auditorium. Once inside the auditorium tbe doors were locked and Leary said the)

stayed in there for about 15 minutes, Learysaid at one point theyheard other kidstrying to get into the auditorium.but the: did
nOI open the door for them, I asked Leary how be knew it was students and not the suspects, and he said he did not know, He

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said nothing was said that he could bear. and after I<noddng a coupletimes the people outside thIS door left

MichaelLeary said the students lined up. and then all ran out 'Of an auditorium door. down the hall in an easrerly direction. pas.
the foreign language department and exited the school.

Michael L,ary said he was wearing a white polo shirt, khaki coloredcargo pants, and a white "UCOl1Il" baseball hat on ;..20.99
Michael Leary said he did not know who Eric Hams was. and said he knew suspect Klebolc about 6-8 years age when the:
piayedon the same baseball team. Lan: said be had not spoke withor associatedwith suspect Klebold since and in fact did not
remember anythingabout Klebcid,either from the present or from the timetheyplayed baseball together Leary said he hadseen
suspect Klebold in the hallwayof Columbine High School. however, h. did not see him on 4-"0-99 He s..d the last time he sa"
suspect Kleboldhe wore a baseball hal with the letter "B" on the front of it and bad a Colorado Avalanche patch on the back of
this hat He said Kleboldwore me hal back'Wards, Lear, also said suspect Klebold wore an ankle lengthblack trenchcoat that
.e believed was made OUt of doth. Leary could not provide a description on the shirt. pants. or fccrwear that Klebold wears

Michael Leary said he did not see any duffle bags. or the propane tank in the cafeteria or Cotumbine High School. nor has he
seen anyone carrying an~ of these items. He said he has no knowledge of anyone that may be manufacturing arr;. explosive
devices arid-or possessing firearms. Leary could not provide any information about "Trench Coat Mafia:'

ADDITIONAL INFOIL'\1ATION:

Michael Learysaid on -1-20-99, both prier to and duringthe incident, be did not see suspect Klebold, suspectHams or an} other
people with firearms. bombs, etc, Since the incident and upon returning to school at Chatfield High School, Michael Leary
advisedme 'hat he heard toe fcllowmg information. Learysaida female friend of his. Tara Zcbject, was told b~ Jennie Paviline

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I wouldmake thosearrangements for him. H. saidfor the first coupledays after this in<ident look place he wasn't doing real
welt however, with time it is getting better for him.

DISPOSITION: Case is open,pendingfurther investigation.

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STEPHANIE I. LEBSACK. DOBIl-23-84 W/F
6540 WEST CALEY PLACE
LITTLETON, CO 80123
303-738-1560
STUDENT COLUMBINE RS.

PARENTAL INFORM.ATION
JUtlANA LEBSACK. D08/IO-o5-54 WIF
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WORK; COLUMBINE H.S.
"SSISTANTIN THE TEACHER RESOURCE CENTER
303-982-4467

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WORK: 303-79I·0430
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INVESTIGATlON
On 4-28-99. between the hoursof 1021 aru:l I I19, I had an oppertunity to interview Stephanie in reference to the inctdent that
occurred at Columbine H.S. on 4-20-99. Also present for the interview were her parents,Julianaand Bruce.

Stephanie statedon 4-20-99, at around 1110 hours, shewasreleased from her geometry classMA-ll, classwasbeing taught by
Ms. Leslie Layman. After she was released from geometry she wentto her locker whichis located in south/east area of the
school, her locker numberi' 307. Aftershe was finished at her locker she went to the cafeteria area whereshe arrived at III j
hour. and after she was shewn a diagram she snted she satat table"00." Alsoat the table wereher friends, Jamie Thurmon~
'enny Naifeh,1and Laura Dickmore../She else provided mewith Laura', telephone number ~03-91g.0066.

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Stephaniestated once she arrived at her table she placed her backpack. on top of the table at which time her and Laura went OVer
to the south/east comer of the cafeteriawhich is called"Rebel Comer"where they havea schoolstore and. she purchased a pop
Aftershe got her pop and Laura got her lunchthey proceededback '0 their table. blltnever mode it :0 the table. She described
when they reached the commonsarea. nearthestairs.ajan-itor camerunning in the southdoorsof thecafeteriatelling thestudents
to get under their tables. She described the Janitor as small with a. buzzed head. he was wearing a white t-shirr which had
Columbine Reber, Baseball on it Stephanie said that her and Laura were out in the middle of the commons area and they
crouched down at which time she observedstudents over near the west side of the cafeteria start to move east towards them
Stephanie staled as the studentsstartedto movefrom the westsideof thecafeteriathat is when she heardone gunshot. it sounded
like it was in the seniorparking lot. westof'the cafeteria. Stepoanie statedshe did not: see any gunmen outsideor in the cafeteria
area'When she was in the building, Ste-phanie statedagain the students were told by thejanitor to get down at which time several
of the studentsstartedto move aut of the cafeteriaarea. Stephanie Stated she followed a group of seniorswho movedeast from
he catereria down to the businessand foreign language hall about halfwaydown the hall she Slopped with the group she was
with at which time one of the unidentified malesin the gtUQP said he saw an individual outsidethe school Who was Shouting and
the party stated that he thoughtthe gunman wascomingtowardsthem and they needed to continue to move. at which time the

group proceeded down the foreign language hall where they sought refuge in a classroom located in the south/east area of the
school. in the lower level.

Stephanie statedwhile they were in the classroom she heardthreeadditional explosions and believedthey were comingfromthe
upper level near the library,and they could feel the shockwaves from the explosions. Stephanie explained that they stayed in
the classroom from about 10..15.. minutes at which time one of the seniors she was with. a Leigh Kamens, told the group they
couldn't stay m the classroom that they probably weren't safe, Stephanie stated therewere five teachers also in the classroom.
Shestatedthat the teachers were Cheryl Lucas, JasonWebb,RudyMartin, Judy Kelly. and an unidentified substituteteacher who
was teachingone of the businessclasses. Shortlyafter the firealarms went off shestated that the group, lead by Leigh Karnes.
exited from an emergencyexit just outsidethe room they wereconcealed in. at which time they ran through the junior parking
lot located on the south side of theschool,and thatali the individuals ran to the Mormon Safe House, locatedat 6805 West Poke
Avenue,where they sought help. Stephaniestated about 1150a.m. they were joined by an individual by the name of John

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Savage, and that John had told them that Eric and Dylan.his two friends were the gunmen,and that Erichad locared John,hidlOg
under a desk inside the school. wherein Eric pointed a gun at his face and upon recognizing John Savage told John, "You can

go:' at which time John fled from me schooland ran to the Mormon House Srepbaniestated that John was chaik white in color
and he was very scared and she believedhis story.

Stephaniewas esxed if she knew Eric Harrisand Dylan Kleeold. She,tated she did not know any of the individtJals nor did she
know any other members who are involvedin the Trench Coat Mafia, Stephaniewas asked if she had heard about any rumors
about an incident such as this occurring. She stated there were no rumors around school. I had Stephanie describe her dress
during the Incident date She stated she was wearing a black skirt. a maroon short sleeve shirt. a pair of black shoes. and a black

leathercoat, Again.! verifiedthat Stephanie did not see any gunmen at Columbine K.S. "0' did she 50e the two largeduffel bag,
I describedearlier in the cafeteria.

Stephanie was provided a map of the cafeteria at which time she diagramed where she was seated in the cafeteria. and her
movements: out of the cafeteria. A copy of that mall is attachedto that report,

ADDITIONAL INFOR,"'ATION
FBr CASE # I74A·DN-574!9 fNFOR:vlA nON CONTROL # DN·

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JEFFERSON COUNTY OISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFtICE

Defendant: Harris/ Klebold Docket Number: 997625


oate: May 9, 1999 Case Number:FBI174ADN57419

Oeputy O. A. : Investigatorl Terry Paczosa

On May 9, 1999, I contacted Shawn Lee by phone relative


Lee said that he knew who Klebcld was
at had no relationship with him other than to say hello. He had a
couple of classes with Klebold when they were freshman but nothing
since then. Lee rune on the cross country track team, does not
consider himself an athlete or a popular person in the school.
Lee did not recognize any of the nick names . . . - . . .

Shawn Lee
6-20-818084 S. Quay Ct.
Littleton, CO.
303-973-4579

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do not tnlIIit'JtIJin f1H.ft it eem.Ins iiJJ 01 the facts or details of thd mcident. but only those facts about which I have oeen
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** UPDATED APRIL 28, 1999 *;~~
TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE Cfr 2.-
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

L Did you ever... the two lotS" duffelbaS' in Ill. caf."",i a ? NO


2. Did you see anyoDC ,atfl/ing 0' in the pe.....'on of alt'''' duffel bq;, .. a J'tO',,,,,,, lime • NO
3, Did you seeEric _0'
Dyl", K1ebol<l eitber on Monday ofTues<I.:Iy? Wlw werethey<loing?
Wbat did theysay? Were tlley with ",yooe else ? NO

4, Did you I.."" anything be!lind in the cafelllria 0' ",ywlleno else in the",boel' 6Ack pt>el( C"-'"I
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l W1l0 were you with in the cafeteria ? Wbere ltfete you slttmg 1

6, Di<l yousee or talk to "'y of the T=b Coat Mafiamembers on Mon<lay? Tuesday ? Howaboutthe
prior week cr......n<l? NO
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known) ?

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13, Do you us. the !llt=!? If so. what is your """"'" ..".,? Do youbave an ICQ (aka: I seek you I
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14, Do you cow ecybody witb a "<louble piercedeyebrow"? ~"""""'" e. < 'S 6",,« '
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"Thoughtof tile !lay was" 0 _ lb.eRobel Ne"" Notwork (RNN)? ~ 1:>,,"""
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JC.o01.003556
LEXl<ER, P.

JC-001· 003558
LAKEWOOD PoueE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPOIlT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
"'CTIM: COI.UMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF RIiPORT: 05124/99
ffENSE: AOAICOLUMBINIi HIGH SCHOOL TASK fORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFf'S OFJ'ICE
INfORMATION CONTROl. NUMBER: DN3S38, FBI: 4A-DN57419, JCSO: CII #99·7625

SUBJECT: Leiker, Patrick dob: 5/17/82 wlm


8886 West PrentissAve,
Littleton, CO 80123
303-973-0939

Tom Leiker (F ather)


8886 West PrentissAve
Littleton,CO 80123
303·973·0939
303-236-3955 (wk)

JBSERVATIONfINVESTIGATION;
On 5/19/91) at 1000hours, 1 interviewed Patrick Leikerin the presence of his fatherat his home, Patrickstated
he recognized Harris and Klebold's faces frompassing in me hall, but he did not knowtheir names, Patrick
stated that, in hIS freshman year,he had talkedto someofthe trenchcoat mafia members, Tad Bolesand Chris
(he could not rememberChris' last name), He stated theydidn't talk very much becauseone conversation they
had concerned Religion and Tad and Chris were very closed-minded about that.

Patrick stated he drove to school the morning of 4/20/91), He arrived between 0700 hours and 0110 hoursand
parked in Clement Park, He stated he was with anotherstudent, AdamKyler, He stated it was a typical day and
he didn't notice anything unusual. Patrickhas Chemistryfirst hour, Journalism second hour, German third
hour, Algebra II fourthhour, He statedhe did not seeHarrisOr Klebold mat day at all. After his fourth hour
class he went to his lockerthenwalked to an art class on the upper level, then he went to the cafeteria, He
Slated he left the school out the doors north of the library and walked down the stairs outside, He did not see
Harris or Klebold outside, He enteredthe cafeteriathroughthe west door, He stated he walked in at

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JC-001. 003559
LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/24/99
FFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICI!
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON353S, FBI: 4A·DN57419, JCSO: ell #99.7625

approximately 1115 hoursand the cafeteria was packed.

Patrick indicated, on the attached diagram, his path through the cafeteria, andthat he wentto eithertableEE or
Z andstoodthere. He then went to the lunch line andthenbackto thistable. He indicated alsoon the attached
diagram, the students that weresitting at thistable.

Patrick statedhe heard muffled pepping noises outside. He then saw Mr. Sanders by the pop machines and he
was yellingfor everyone to get down. The shots Started to soundlikethey were getting closer. He stated some
people went to the window to lookout but then got down on the ground quickly. Hestated after that point,
everything got hazy. He stated everyone started to scream andrun, and the shots got louder. He stated there
was a huge, mad dash to the stairs. He get to the stairs and napped over the first railings because there were so
.any peoplethere. H. ran up thestairs andheardgunfire as he went. H. went to the science and math hallway,
and said thatit soundedlike there were shotsbeing: fired behind him. He leftout of the school through the
southeast doors andwent across Pierceto Leawood Park. From there, he wentto Clement Park andgot his car
and left. H. statedthe policewerenot yet there. A$ he was outside theschool, he sawthe SRO officer on the
southside of the school, east of theparking 101.

Patrick statedhe lefta greenREIbackpack on the floorof thecafeteria. Inside he had a TI'83 calcularor."
prescription reading glasses, World History book,binders andnotebooks. He stated he Was wearing a white
CSU ball cap and blue jeans. He did not see whatthe thoughtfor the day was.

Patrick stated that he is good friends with Lydia Perry. He statedthat when he got horne, he called Lydia's
home to check on her. He srated Lydia's brother, Robert Perry, answered L'1e phone. When Patrick asked for
Lydia, Robertreplied that shehad been shotandwhen she dies,we're going to sacrifice her body to theGods.
Patrick statedthis upset him greatly, andhe was relieved when Lydia immediately got on the phoneand

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JC-001· 003560
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE KARLA SARNACKJ CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/24/99
,FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINI HIGH SCHOOLTASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFFS OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3538. FBI: 4A.DN51419, JCSO: CR #99.7625

reassured him that she was okay, He stated that, to his knowledge, Lydia is not a memberor an associateof the
TCM, He stated Lydia never talked aboutRobert, only thestupid things that he did,

Patrick statedhe did not see any of the shootersthat day,

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JC..o01· 003563
LAKEWOOQ POLlC' OEPARTMINT SUPPI.ENI'NTAL REPORT
RIlPORTlNG AGENT: DIlTECTlVE GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATI OF Rl!PORT: OS/20/99
.'fiNSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FOllCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OPPICIE
~FORMATION CONTROL NUMBIER: PN3554, PBI: AA-PNSZ419. CR #99-7625

SUSPECTS: Eric Harris


Dylan Klebold

INVESTIGATION:
On 51l5/99, I was assigned information control number DN3554 for follow u:p investigation. Theinformation
control narrative statedthatShawn Nossaman indicated that a lunch employee, Ms. Caruthers, was in the
cafeteria when this occurred. Theinformation control sheet was prepared by Sergeant Calvin Hemphill, Denver
Police Department.

On 5i18199, I contacted Jefferson County Schools Area Administrator, Barb Monseu, and requested any
information shemight haveon cafeteria employee by the name ofMs. Carothers. Shesaid that aha had no
.ormanon on suchan employee hut would provide me with information on the manager andotheremployees
of the kitchen. On 5119199 I received a fax transmission from Nancy Cook for Barb Monseu with a listofthe
Columbine High School cafeteria workers. Ms. Caruthers is not on that list.

ADDITIONAL WITNESSES:
I. Linda Tibljas, Kitchen Manager
12183 W. Tufts Ave
Morrison, Co 80465
303·979·2574
Additional cafeteria workers:
2. Dewlaney, Suzanne
10605 W. Quarles Ave
Littleton, CO 80127
303·972·8663

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/.AKEWOOD POUCI DEPARTMINT SUPPLlMlNTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTM GEORGE MCGLYNN CAS! NUMBER: 99.38856
':TIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/20/99
FENS!: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICI
."'FORMATIO" CONTROL NUMBER: 0"3554, FBI: 4A.PN514l!. CR 129-7625

3. Helm, Laverne 4. Liane, Sue


3663 S. Sheridan Blvd 4853 S. Hoyt St.
Denver, CO 80235 Littleton, CO 80113
303-984-0460 303-972-2194
s. Mederman, Marlene 6. Nielsen, Karen
11432 W, Roxbury PI 7153 W. Hinsdale Dr
Littleton, CO 80127 Littleton, CO 80127
303·948-2344 303-933-9097
7, Nancy Cook, Area Administrator for Jeffmon CountySchools
1829 Denver WestDrive
PO Box 4001
Golden, CO 8040I
303-982-6836

Cookprovidedthe information on the Columbine High Schoolcafeteriaworkers for administratorBarb Monseu

Sergeant's SignlJ1UreINumberlDate

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LAKEWOOD POLlCE DEPARTMENT SUPPUMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99·38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 06/02/99
;FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFla
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER, DN3845, FBI: 4A-DN57419. JCSO: CR #99·7625

SUSPECTS: ERIC HARRIS


DYLAN KLEBOLD

INVESTIGATION:
On 5125/99, I was assigned information control numberDN3845 for follow up investigation. Information
control narrative staled that Sue Liane was a cafeteriaworkerwho may have been present.in the cafeteria during
this shooting.

On 5/28/991 responded to 4853 South Hoyt and met with Sue Liane. She confirmed that she had in fact been in
the cafeteriaworking when the incident occurred,

Liane said that she arrivedat the scbool at approximately 06:25am, and that site had parked in the faculty
parking lot and that she entered the school through the main doors. She said that she walkeddown the maio
hallway to near the Library and took the elevator down to the cafeteria and beganpreparing for that day's
service. She Said that she was in the kitchen of the cafeteria between 07:15 and 09:30am., and that at
approximately 09:30 or 09:45, she went to lunch, returning at 10:30. She said that lunchstarts at II :10,
howevershe recalls that they probablyopenedthe servicelines early that day, at approximately 10:50. She said
that usually for breakfast there is one window open and that there is a cashier thatworks the window.

Liane said that on 4120199 she was workinga cashier forthe lunch line. She said that she remembers a student
running in from near the faculty lounge area,running across the north side of the cafeteriayelling to get downl.
She said that she began to observepeople gettingdown on the floor. She said that Mr. Sandersthen came from
the same general area; she didn't see where he'd come from but first noticed him comingnear the faculty lounge
yelling get down, the:y have guns', She said that he headed across the cafeteriatowards the stairwell but didn't

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JC.Q01· 003566
LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 06/02/99
FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER, DN384S, FBI: 4A-DNS7419, JCSO: CR #99-7625

see where he went. She said that at about the same time, numerous students started for the stairs. She said that
a student named Malt, Who she believeshis father is a police officer, came running across the cafeteria to her
and asked her if there was a phone. Liane said that she had just kind of frozen in her position, and then helped
Malt into the kitchen, and pointed him to a back room wherethere was a phone. She said that there was a wave
of people that came through the kitchen, and that she ended up going into the storage room. She estimatedthat
there were 17 or 18 studentsand teachersin the storage room. She said thai they came in in two differentsurges
and she doesn't know who went in with who. She identifiedsome of the peoplethat were in the room with her
as Linda Tiblias, Marlene Nederman, Laverne Helm, Erik (a teacher, last name unknown),Tony Arnacio (the
head building Engineer), Judy Grieko (a teacher), Chris (a female teacher, last name unknown), and students
Greg (last name unknown), Kristen (last name unknown), Austin(last name unknown), Paul (last name
"nown), Michelle (last name unknown), Kent (last name unknewn), and a teacher, Tony, last name unknown,

Liane said that when Mr. Sanderscame in, she heard what she thoughtwere gunshots. She couldn't identitY the
type of gunshotsbut said they sounded like firecrackers. Her first reactionwas that she thought it was a Senior
prank. She said that once they got inside the storageor mop room,she heardseveral loud 'booms' and more
"firecrackers"or gunfire, She thought these were coming from inside the cafeteria. She said that there was one
extremely loud single sound and then some rapid lire or firecracker sounds. These two came from the cafeteria
area. She then said that Tony, one of the teachers, had a walkie-talkie with him and was talking with school
security. She estimated that at approximately two 0' clock a SWAT tearncame and evacuated her and the other
people out of the mop room.

Liane did not notice any unusual duffle bags or backpacks in the cafeteriaon 4/20/99. She had never heardof
the trench coat mafia, howevershe did see kids who wore black trenchcoats, but to the best of her recollection,
she thought that Klebold and Harrisdressed in the more Militarystyle, with came pants and boots. She had

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LAICIWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPI.EMINTAJ. RIPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF RlPORT: 06/02/99
IFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S omCE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3845. FBI: 4A·DN57419. JCSO: CR #99·7625

neverwitnessed any particularpickingon the trencb coatmafiastudents. asidefrom the normal tightsthat occur
in the cafeteria. She said that sne noticedthat the students who dressed as Goths were pickedon most, andthey
seemed to travel in small groups to avoidany confrontations withother students. Liane could provide no
information on suspects or bombs that bad been left in thecafeteria.

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JC.o01.003570
** UPDATED APRIL 28, 1999 **
TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

J. Didyouever see tho ""0 largedu.tfel ball" in the eatelOtia? "'0

2. Didyou seeanyone canying or in the pc.....!OIl of tll"'" duflloI bags. ""a previous time? tJ..

3. Didyou see Eric Harris Or DylanKleboldeither all MondayofTilC$day? What wm tIley doing?
Wh.al did they say? Were they with anyOlle else? NG> J
4. Didyou leaveanyt!ling bellilld in the eatetlllill or aIlywbere else.. tile !<:hool ?

6. Didyousee or Illll< to any of the Trench COIl Mafia ""'mbers all Mooday? TilC$day? How al>out the
prior week or _kend? N.l

7. Haveyou heard anyt!ling from anybody else about .Ilser SUSjl<!I:tS. bombIIIlIldDc. goo bu~ etc. ?
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12. How didyoue:tit the building? Where did you go _ you got our and what did you see Ollllle
otllSidc of the building?

13. Do youusc me In_or? If so. wbat is your """"'" """"'? Do you bavean lCQ (alol: I seekyou I
similar10 a chat line l ",count? NcJI

14. Do youknow anybody with a "double pierI:ecleyebtow"? 1'10


15. Didyou see or beerany unusual mOllne_ prior 10 the shootings? Do you know what the
"'Thought of tho day was' over tbo Rebe! N_ Network (R!'o'N)? N(; " ..1'1
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4-27-99
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Narrative:

INTERVIEW WITH DAVID LOCKWOOD


8948 W. PROGRESS PL
LITTLETON, COLO,
303-979-5999

On 4-26-99 at aporox, 1530, Inv. Reker did conduct an interview with Lockwood,and Lockwood at
table S8 or DD and that Teacher Sanders yelled to get down and that he then heard shots at the west
entrance to the cafeteria,

Lockwood than ran to the auditorium hallway and upstairs and left the school through a north exit.

Lockwood states that he did not see any shooters or born bs.

Lockwood did leave his backpack behindand that it is a red Jansport.

At the table with Lacewocd were the below listed people:

1, John F,ie;ze 972-0971


2. Jamie MALM'" "
3. "Justin"LAU
4. Jesse Maddox
5. EriC LAU 973-8261

Lacewood's mother was present dUring the Interviewand she related to lnv. Raker that a _
_ _whom had been in the cafeteria duringthe shooting shOUld be asked about an unknown a e
~ allegedly haraSSing. and that had tried to break into-.rnouse and that this maie party
wearing a trench coat had co Cl_at her job and said" wedkl'irt'get you Tuesday,but we will get
you",

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Repmina ,,~-y Reporting Omeee ColoR Repo"" '';0
CONTI/,/UAnON 0
STJPpLEME~T V JCSO ESTER 99·7625-0
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C'M"ting Case "<pOrt No, Victim Nam Ori$itt.ai Rqlort [)Ke Th.i1 Reporr
COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL 07·08-99
,n;awm X FIRST llEGREE MURllER Off'eNt$WUI; CIpm X e~<l<'IallyCI..w 0 koml'tltrn! Cue: Rcv~w 0
~~ifiC4ljM : Cleared by N1"esl: 0 Unfevn.d..a 0 Ctcsuee a
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LUCAS, CHERYl. ooBI04-14-49


6399 S, Chase Court
Littleton, CO
(303) 794-2129
Work, Columbine High Scheel EnglisnTeacher

lNVESTlGATlO/,/:

On 07·08·99. at approximately 1137 hours. I contacted ...;tn<:ss Lucas by tetephone at her residence, J askedher to provide any
pertinent informanon she kn.... of'relevant to this inci~ She indicated thai on04-20·99, at approximately 1120 hours shewas
in theeafeteriastanding on rhewest side by the windows. talking to somestudents whenshe saw another teacheridentified as
DaveSanders come intothe building and yell,"Get down, he's got. gun." Sheadvisedthatshe lookedoutside and sawa mate
subject. description unknown, throw something into the parking lot of the south side of the building. She advised this same
individual pulled what she described as an automatic pistol from under his coat. Wimess Lucas advised that she could not
identifY this student. but by ail accounts she had heard and read about this individual was later identified Dylan Klebofd,
according to witness Lucas. She indicatedthat Dave Sanders yelled once again for students to get down and out of the area. at
which time she advised that something very serious washaJll"'lling. Shealsobeganyelling at students to get Outof the cafeteria
She advised that most students exited the cafeteriaby wayof the stairson the east side of the cafeteria. This time frame was
approximately five minutes for .11 this tn 0<1""', Shesaid thatshe and otherteachers and studentsattempted to go up the stairs,
as they wererounding up whatshe believedto he the IlLS! group of students, when she heardan explosion coming from the top
of the stair area and smoke hello"';ng down into the stairwell, She advised that her and two other teachers, Mrs, Park and
Mrs. Kelly, took these students and went downthe Foreign Language hall. It was ar tlus time she heard the fire afarm sound.
Wimess Lucas indicated theonly thing shecould tlrin.k ofwasthe incident in Jonesboro, Arkansas, where the firealarmhad been
activated by one of the suspects, andas students exitedthe building. wereShOL Wilhthis in mind,she told kids notto go outside
whenshe heardthe Ike alarm go off, as a potential ambush mayhe OCCurring, She indicated thet she wentinto the last Foreign

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COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL
Date Th.i$ Rep:ilt
07-08-99
:ifia1ion X FIRST DEGREE MURDER 0ftimM ~ Open X ~lINliyClilllll'llt 0 Recommend Cax~ Review 0
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Language classroomat the end ofthe hall with tbese students and teach.,., She said that the door to this room opensoutwards
toward the hall and they did not have. key to lode the door and basically hadno way to secure themselves within the building,
Shesaid therewas. certainof period of thee whenno explcscns were 0<:tUlTing and at that thee she peeked out intothehallway
and did not see anythingsuspicious, She indicatedthat other people hadpeeked out the south door 10 this classroomand was
told that two other teachers at the south east Comer of the studentparking lot near Pierce and Polk were waving to these people
to exit the building, She indicated at that time they went out this particularsouth door, crossed the parking lot, and went to the
LD,S, (Latter Day Saints) Housenear Pierce and Polk. They stayed there. attempringto calm the emotionalstate of students
and were not allowedto leave. They stayed at this particularresidence until approximately 1600hours when the police made
arrangements 10 takethese students viaschool bus to Leawood Elementary to meet with their parents, She indicated that she lived
in the area and had made arrangements with her husbandto pick her up at the end of the block. Wimess Lucasdid nOI provide
any additional information to this incident.

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I have read the fMl1gQJhg statement wnd the facts contained !hef-eifl are ttue to the best 01 my /mowfedgs and iJeJlef. t
do nct ml4it'irain that it contains all fJl the facts or details of the incidem, but anJy those facts rJocut which I have been
asked.

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Summary of Statoment Iconto) _

I have ,,,,,d the foregoing $tlItemenr and tMr tam contmed thentin am tru« to !hit bear of my knowledge and />fIlief. I
do nor _/ntain thllt It contllins all of the "'cis 0' dIItslls of the Incidllnt. bur only rhosll f/l1Ct!$ lIbout which I nsv« been
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April 20, 1999 Tuesday

Today we got out of school really early only because some people wanted
to blowup the school. I was in the cafeteria, or commons as we call it,
when this whole thing started. At first every one thought it was a senior
prank only becausethe seniors were talkingabout a really big prank that
they were going to pull. We all heard an explosion and then saw smoke.
We all thought they put a smoke bombin one of the seniors or juniors
cars, only as a joke. Then there was another exploSion, only louder thIs
time and even more smoke so we all started to wonder what was really
happening. Then Mr. Cram came running in yelling at every one to get
down. We all got down and then some one said to my friend, Sarah
Gillings, and me that there was a guy In the parking lot throwing pipe
bombs around, One of the ianitors came running in and told us to go with
-- - - -- -'-rnm15o wefbliowed"because"We knew then that this was not a joke:'W(ff'
hid in the entrance of the kitchen. Then that is when the loudest of all the
explollions for me was, only because it was the closest and it was inside
of the building, Then Mr. Andres Jr. opened somedoors that led to the
stage of the auditorium, Everyone that went through that door went really
fast. Sarah and I were holding hands to make sure we knew where each
other were, We lost each otherwhenwe were running through those
doors. We found each other on the stage and linked up again, We
started running again. We ran up the stairs that was in the auditonum in
order to get to the second floor, We ran down the hall, past the main
office, down the counselor's hall and out the door to the smoker's pit, The
smoker's pit has 3 fences. On the left is a baseball field, on the right there
is a lennis court. In the center is a fence about 4 to 4 % feet tall. Sarah
was starting to get hysterical saying 'they're cornering us in, they're
cornering US In." wejumped the fence and ran towards Clemet Park, I
told sarah "if we got separated to go to the car,' We found Shelly and the
3 of us held hands running. When we got to the car wa found a lot of
people and we just piled into the car. Then some people were looking for
an inhaler and Shelly had one. We than were told to not go home
because they wanted a head count. We then went and sat down on the
grass by the street Pierce, We saw a lot of police cars, Shellywas really
worried about her brotheronly because he was in his truck in the student
parking lot. He was in the direct line of fire, So Shelly was also pretty
hysterical and worried abouther brother, We then started walking home
and my 7'" period teacher, Mrs, Waseko, told us that we should go home if
we couid, I asked Sarah and Shelly if they wanted to go to my house and
they said, 'it would be a lot betterthan staying here.' I told Sarah that I
was going to go get the car, She gave me a big hug and said, 'you better
come back and in one piece,' I went back to get my car and peoplewere
yelling at me because they thought I was going back inside of the school.
I got into my car and they stopped yelling at me, I then drove up on to the
grass lookingfor Sarah and Shelly. I didn't find them but I did find Mrs,

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Waseko. She said, • how did you get your car?" I told her that I went back
to get it She said 'Stupid, Chris, that was really stupjd.· I didn't find
Sarah and Shelly in that part so I went to the other sidewalk. I found the
two of them and hQnked the hom. They really jumped and I really did not
mean to scans them. They got in the car and we went to my house.
When we got to the stop light Sarah turned on the redio to see if there was
anything aboutthis event on the radio. When we got to my house Shelly
and Sarah called family members. I took Shelly to the Governors Ranch
Elementary school to wait for her brother. When I got home from weiting
with Shelly, I found out that my mom had taken Sarah to her cousin's
house. After my mom got home from taking Sera, we watched the news.
About 1:30 Ashleigh and her mom lIITived at our door. We all watched the
news. later larry showed up after linda left, Later linda showed up and
we ordered 2 pizzas. We ate and then Larry, Linda, and Ashleig/1left.
-'ft1atnig/1t1'Wa!rtlT1able to-gcrttrsleep'1J!1ly because I warparanoldlibot:lt
some one standing there in the darkwailing for me to go to sleep, and
then kill my dog Charlieand I. I had to turn on the lights; I can't sleep with
the lights on, in order to make suns that I was safe, I neve never been
more scared in my life, I was never afraid of the dark until now. I wall
also afraid to be alone, so I made sure I had someone alive, my dog
Charlie. I did not sleep much.

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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

1. Did youever see the two largeduffelbags in the cafeteria ?


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3. Did you see Eric Harris or DyIJm Klebel!! either on Monday of Tuesday? What were
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LUCERO, NAOMI N., DOB/05·02·84, WfF


6544South Union Way
Littleton, Colorado SOU7
(03) 973·5757
Bus:Student/Columbine HighS.hoollFreshman

(PARENTAL INFORMATION)
LUCERO, JAQUELINE D., D08l08·1 6--6 I. WfF
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Bus:Carlson TravelfOTC
(303) 967.9357

LUCERO, RANL)Y R.• 008103·30·59. WIM


Same as above
Bus: 5800 Brighton Blvd.
Commerce City. Cotorado 80020
(303) 227-2400

INVESTIGATION:

On May 4, 1999, between the hoursof OS57 and0940, I hadan opportuni1;)' to speakwithNaomi In reference to the Columbtne
Incident thaIoccurred on April 20, 1999, Also preseet during the interview washer father, Randy.

Naomi toldme that she arrived a. Columbine High School on the incident dateat aholll 0725 hoursand proceeded directly to
her locker, which is located in thegym hallway. Naomi toldmethatshe went It> her s<:hedl;led classes thaIday and arrived in

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thecafeteria at about 1110 nours. Naomiwasshowna mapof thecafeteria areaat Columbine HighSchool and asked if shecould
tellmewhichtableshe was seated at. Naomi proceeded "'tell me thatsite was seated at tableV and also seatedat the table were
her friend'. Lauren Beyer. telephone number(03) 979-S63~. Lindsy Blair, telephone number unknown. Brandy Malonscn,
telephone number (303) 933-3269. Sarah Filipiak, telepbone number (720) 981-0823,and Alex (las, name unknown). Naomi
stated after she placed her backpack at Iter lunchtable 'he proceeded 10 the food service line and shortly returned, where she
began to eat nor lunch.

Naomi describes seeingMr. Sanders comeintothecafellOria area. atwlrieh lime he was telling the students to get down. somebody
had a gun. Shedescribes Mr. Sandersas being. nearthe sooth doorsof the cafeteria. Naomi advised that she then started to hear
popping noisescomingfromoutsideand thatshe couldsee peopte runningbackand forth outsidedirectly southof the cafeteria.
Naomi grabbed her friend, Lauren Beyer.and the two of them ranto the stairs and proceededup the stairs to the main level of
the school and ran east down the science/math nallway. exitingfrom the school where they went to Leawood Park. After the~
reached LeawoodPark they went to their mend, Lindsy Blair's house. wherethey remained.

Naomi was askedwhileshe was in the cafeteriaif she sawtwo large dufflebagsor sportsbags.one being described as beingblue
in colorand the other one is an orangish/red, whichwere located in the centralcore area of the cafeteria. She statedshe did not
so. the bags and could not provide any additional information aboutthem. Naomi was asked if she saw any gunmen whileshe
was in the cafeteria area or if she saw any gunmen after sbe exited from the school. She stated she did not.

Naomi could not provIde any additione! information reference the "Trench Coat Mafia," specifically Eric Harris Of Dylan
Klebold, I10r could she tell us any possible associates of this group,

! asked Naemi to describe what she was wearing on the incident date. She toldme that she was wearinga lightblueshort sleeve
shirt witha long plaiddress on. I had Naomidescribe the backpack thaI she left in thecafeteria, She told me it was a navy blue
Eddie Bauerbackpack and thar she didn't leaveany additional items in the cafeteria, Naomiwas asked if therewereany rumors
about school in reference to April 20th. She told me that she didn't nave any additionalinformarion to provide.

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supplemental report.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

FBI Case # 174A·ON-S7419lDN #2768

DISposITION: Caseopen, pending further investigation.

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WITNESSES: Lumley. Blianna Lynn Weaver


Dob: 7·6·83
9887 W. Berry Drive
Littleton, CO 80123
Home Ph: 303·972·0129

CONTROL NUMBER: 1037

INVESTIGATION:
On 412tl/99, Invastigator Rekerand I met with Brianna Lumley at her residence reference the shooting at
Columbine High School. I explained to Brianna why we werethere and asked if she would look at a sketch
of the cafeteria and tell me where she was silting. Brianna circled the table marked 'II" and put an "X" on
the chair where she was sitting. I asked Brianna if she was silting by herself and she she said no. she was
with otherstudents. Brianna gave me names of eight otherstudents with which she was silting. I asked
Srianna if she couid tell me what happened in tha cafeteria. Brianna said that while sitting at the table she
heard teachers tell students to get down and get underneath the tables. Briannasaid she heard
aporoximately three shots outside and looked out through the windows and saw what she believed to be
s .e. I asked whatwindows she was looking out of and she said the windows by the doors. which would
be cn the south side. Bnanna said that Coach Sanders told the children to get up and run upstairs and get
out of the cafeteria. Briannasaid while shewas running upstairs she did hear gun shots. Blianna said that
therewas a student behind her that fell running up the stairs and she does not know if he was shot or
tripped. Brianna said that she ran into the math room, which ill at the top of the stairs. Once in the math
room she ran out anotherdoor and went down the stairs, exited the building and ran toward Leewood Park.
I asked Brianna if she ever heard any explosions and she said she did hear an expiosion while she was
running through the school. I asked Brianna if she. saw whowas doing the shooting or who made the
explosion and she said no. she did not. I asked Brianna if she saw any backpacks in the cafeteria that
appeared to be suspicious or out of place and she said no, there's always backpacks in there and It would
be hard to determine if they were suspicious or not. I asked 8rianna if there was any other information she
had reference the shootings. She said, no, that's aU she had. At thistime I gave Brianna a business card
and asked that she call if she thinks of anything else.

DISPOSITION: Open.

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