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f have read the foregoing statement and the facts aonr.lned thlll'fJin are tn.JtJ to the best of my knowledge and belief" J
do not maintain that it ccntams aU af the flers or details of the incident, but only those facr! ,bcut which J have been
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MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BEASKED

I. Did you ever see the two large duffel blliS in theca!e:eria ?

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I have fe4d the foregoing StlJtetnMt 4nd the tects containMi therein are true to the best of my knowfedge and beltef. !
do no, maimain tllBt it CVIllllIoins I1i/ of 'he facts 0' detsiht <If tit" ineit!""t. but tmty tilD:te filets "bout which I hava be""
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I havo read tM for_ing sm_t and the facts contaifted rJtereJn are tNe Ul the """t of my koo_ge and belief, I
do not meint.in rh.t it contllins 011 of tM facts "" d.tJtiJs of tho incid.llt, but only mose facts about which I h.v. been
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Im:«vi..,' Uza Maddon OOB/()S0382
A.d<lt.:ss: 6679 W PolkPI_ I:.ittJctoII, CO
_ pIloae 303-97....93110
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Uza Maddm wu _ ,;l!Wtd on 05-2G-99 0_ tho telephoae by lnv Iill!l<utcler (7394), Colonldo S-
J'alroL at "J'll"l". 8:45 am II ber~. Mo. Maddm advi>od tbaI ... bod p<O'<iowly boaI imClView<d
by Dol. Polakof tho Deo.vu PolO>o Dept.

IoU Maddml8id don sbo U!lWIlIy poria in """"" 369 in tho Junior lot. SIt<: l8id don ber car is silver1987
Oldsmobilec Cutlus Cl.... 4 door willi Col<:>!1tOO ....... pl•• GBV5925 IoU. Maddml8id tho< on 04-2G.99
Shean.eocled a Dl!CA brooIdltst Olld don ... rode to - . _.,.,. 6iald, Beth _ (303-979.-5385).
IoU. Maddm l8id don 00 ... pozUd in _ 369 00 04-2G-99lll1d tbalBeth parked Beth·, oar, a gold
Hooda A<.<ol'l in Beth', parking _ wbidl_ in tho iIlllO row .. l.iza', _ 0llIy clo.... to Plen:o
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IoU Maddm l8id that !lle did IlOt !eO Eric Har'riJ' car donday, Olld ... !aid don...,. be was a Senior. 11o
wouldn't be parking in tile Jvoior" p;vking lot.

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CONTROL )'!UMBER , 2736

REPORTING OffiCER:

Liada R HOLLOWAY
Colorado Bureau of Investigations
690 Kipling
Denver. Colorado 80215
(303) 2394218

WITNESS lNTERV1EWED:

Jesse Ross MADDOX


DOB 06115/83
Address: 6606 West David Place
Little'ce, Colorado gO123
(303) 9i9.{)623
Mom- Clletyl MADDOX work number (303) 753-8800 ext Il844

WHEN lNTERVl\\''ED:

May 5.1999 at 11):45 am,

WHERE lNTERVIEViED:

Residence: 6606 WestDavid Place. Linleten, Colorado

ACTION TAKEN:

0. May 5. 1999 Agen, Linda R. HOLLOWAY ofCBI conducted. perscaai ialOIVlew at tM residence of
Columbine Student Jesse MADDOX. He is • tresllman \his ""001 year.

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He reJal«l tJle eve.", of .>,priJ 20. 1999: His motJle\". Cheryl !IllnSJ'Ol'l'd Jesse scbccl as shedoes every
day. He arrived at the Hlglt &11001 .. between 7:20 and 7:25 a.m, His first class I' Science CIass witlt
teacber Mr WILL. He weol !lI'1ligllt 10 theclassroom. Af1cr Ill. morning clas... """" fuu.sll«l. be went tc
his regularly scheduled A lunch and went to the: cafeteria, Since the last class before Iuncb g'Ot outabout a
minute early (11.09a.rn.) be was 0 •• of tJle first person in tho lUll<:h line. He got 11i' Uloal and sat down at
table DO. He was shown a sketchof the tables and pointed '0 tables SS and OD .. where be rememheled
sitting Otherperson be retllOlllhered sitting with are: Bartholomew FOSTER (ua. BEARI Justin
BRYANT. SeanHOOKER and D'VldLOCKWOOD.

Jesse was wearing jeans. a gray shirt and a white batwith me writing "Notre Dame'~ written QC it. He is a
,11011. beavyse,cbild with sbon ilalr.

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The incideOI that fltst btcughr is ereacec the incidetll waswboo • teach yelled"got down". He got
down for a short ri.Jne and men heard a teacber teU dl:em to get QUL He crawled for a distance and r.ben ran
ap the 'talts to the fitst llllldiag. H. beard gnnshots that 110 thought were coming fromap the stairs.

He tbeo ran backdown lbe ,tairs ",d tbrougll tho [OWOl level balls where the Language Depanment IS
bccsed. He was in a language room for • ,11o1t dooo aad ran outone of tJleadjacent door '0 the "Seminary
House"locared Ilear theschool. He stayed _ until about 4 p.lll.

He never sawanyof the gnomen or sa'" lilly of tM dead or wounded students. He tloe' ncr knew lilly of
th. TCM. nor would be recognize mem. Hedid notremember see the duffel bags in the cafeteria or
anyone. place anything suspicious in the area where be was sitting (which was close to wbete the devices
were located).

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May 3, 1999 C.se lIU:lIIber, 99-7625
174A-ON57419
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Deputy D.A. , Lauck

Alicia Maes
7752 S. Ames Way
Littleton, CO., 80123
303/933-1936

On May 1, 1999, this investigator met with Alicia Maes ae her


residence. Present during this interview was her mother. Alicia was
shown a skeech of the cafeteria and she indicated that she had been
in the area known as the 'Rebel Corner' which is l:ly the southeast
doors. She advised that with her were: crystal Archuleta, Veronica
Muncio, Jennel Russell, and Aleia Russell.

Alicia stated that she arrived in the cafeteria at


approximately 11:15 a.m., after her fourth hour class. She said that
as she and Crystal were talking, she was looking through a window
whiCh gave her a view outside to the west. She stated that she saw a
male subject trying to hold up a girl. She said it looked to her
like he was standing up and the girl in his arms was on her knees.
Alicia stated that she then ran out the doors closest to her and ran
west to about the corner of the building. She stated that she
observed a male dressed in black pants, a whi te shirt, wearing a
black hat backwarlis and a black trench coat. She aliviseli that this
subject was walking lioWD. a hill. She said she saw him reach into his
coat and then saw him throw an ol:ljeot into the parking lot. She said
she heard an explosion and watcheli the subjeot walk toward the

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soccer field. She stated that she then raa back into the cafeteria
by way of a southwest door. She advised that she may have yelled
something about a bomb as She ran back to the Rebel Corner area. She
stated that many of the students were on the floor at this point.
She said that she ran down the foreign language hall, eut of the
Rebel Corner. She said she ran out a door and continued to run to
pierce street.

Alicia stated that when she first observed the male in the
black trench coat, she thought it was a person known to her as
She advised that no ..., after seeing picture" of Dylan
Klebold, she believes that this person may have been him, not _ _
~=-stated that she has never spoken to Eric or Dylan or
IIIIIIIIIIIIII Sheadvised that her friend Crystal Archuleta had teld
her of seeing a tan piok-up truok oircling the parking lot prior to
the initial explosion.

Alioia stated. that on the: day of this inoident, she had been
wearing a dark blue shirt and blue jeans.

Investigation continues.

Date

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1'1:A11<1 FO(jR INTERVIEWGUIDELINE
i'IIJN11'<lAL QlJESTIONS TO 8E ASKED

L DId you ever "'" tile two !ar<le duf!el bop in me cafellOri.l ? ....va

Z. Did you see ;myooe c:myltlg or in tile p=lac of tllOS4 <!uffto! bop. lit a previous dme ? /1/'0

3. Didyou see Eric !la!ris or Dylan Klabold oid:ler on Mnnday afTue>doy' WilJU were tiley doing? NI)
Wha' did Iller say? Wero they with anyone .1se ?

6. Did yousee or <all< to ",y of the Trm:ll Coat Mar.a ""'mhers 0<1 Monday' T"..day? How about m. /1I'iJ
price weekor weekend ":

8. What were you w••dllg' Didyou CO'i\l .Ilack jl1lCk ? Wha,did it leek Iikl: andi or ..,.. ill It ?

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1L Have themID.aJ:'k where tbey were sitting. their (oumoutof cte buildiog and who theywe.ce with {If
known) ?

12. Can you provjde ""y tilttll'" illfomw:ioo an dle rnomI>ers of tileTrench Co", ~ ?

13. Ask elle p = if <he ,,<Is have rold tilem ",ything els.o? Different?

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JCSO 99.7625
Investigator: Glenn Moore - Golden Police Department 1(303) 384·8080

RE: CONTROL #:2303


SOURCE Ct"Y'Oll Archuleta

LEAD: Interview ,~icia Mae$ as she was said to have been at me student store and saw shooting VICtim
AlUlt Marie Hockholrer,

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:
MAES, Alicia Rahmi (ooB:081783)
7752 S. Ames Way
Li melon, CO 80123
(303)933-1936

05-19-99 I 11.3Oam

MAES began by saying she had been previously interview by an investigator from
theColumbine Task Force about three weeks ago.

MAES reiterated having been by the Rebel Corner sitting with fellow classmates
Crystal ARCHULETA, JaneU and Aliea RUSSELL, and Veronica NUNCIO on a
window ledge at about 11 :20amon April 20, 1999. She describe hearing a "commotion"
corning from outside so she went outside exiling through the doors by Rebel Corner with
NUNCIO and ARCHULETA.

When theygot outside an unidentified student told themto getdown. which they did.
She recalled seeinga tan colored. possibly 1980's "beat-up" compactpick-up truck
driving around in the parking' lot briefly, thendrove frcm the lot turning possibleright
leaving the area.

She said at this pointshe looked to the area at the top of the exteriorstair; on the west
side of the cafeteria and saw a suspect whom she thought was s r u d e m _ She
clarified that thiscould havebeen Dylan Klebold, as she did not knoweither one or them
priorto the shooting. Shedescribed this person was wearing a blade trenchcoat. a black
baseball stylecap on backwards. black pants and blackhoots withpossibly a whiteshin,
She said she saw this person walking down the grassy hill, but could not recallon which
side of the stairs he was walking.

MAES said she thinks she recalls this suspect carrying a "long gun." as she thought
he fired at some pointtoward the soccer fields, She wenton to say at some point this
person retrieved a pipebomb from his coaland threw it into the student parking lot.
They then turned and ran back into the cafeteria through the tongrow of doors when she
heardan explosion from thearea or the parking lot. She said theyran back to the area
where they had been sitting by the window sill and laiddownbriefly. She described
everyone in the cafeteria began running in aU directions so they ran down the hallway by
the foreign language classrooms and waitedfor abouta minute, After this theyexited the
school where she ran toward Pierce Streetwhere she stopped a white pick-uptruckdriven
by an female studentnot known to her. This person drove her from the area,

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FBI174A·DN·57419
JCSO 99·7625
Investigator: Glenn Moore- Golden Police Department 1(303)384·8080

RE: CONTROL #2303


(INTERVIEW OF MAES - CONTINUED)

MAES did not recall observing anything outof theordinary in the cafeteria, other
than the panic of the students.

•• NO new leads were generated as all of thepersons noted in this report were found
to have exisung leads assigned. A subsequent search of Rapid Startdiscovered existing
leads for all of the witnesses listed in this report. Students Janel! RUSSELL: DN#2302,
Aleia RUSSELL: DN#2289. and Veronica NUNCIO DN#229 1.

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JEFYBRSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S 011103

SUl'PLIIIIIDITAL IlSPORT

l)efend...... t, Docket lIU:aI1:ler,


Oate: May 3, 1999 Calli. _ e r , 99-7625
174A-DN57419
CN2528
Deputy D.A., Illveliltigator, Lauck

Jake Maes
7752 S. Ames Way
Littleton, CO., 80123
303/933-1936

CBS student t witness~ in cafeteria.

On April 29, 1999, this investigator met with Jake Maes at his
residence. Present during the interview were his parents. Jake was
shown the sketch at the cafeteria ~~d indicated that he had been at
the table marked SS. He advised that others at his table included:

Matt Depew, Brian Rath.bun, David Smith, Aaron Brown, Dan Pa1meter
and Jacob Bower.

Jake advised that he arrived in the cafeteria at approximately


11:15 a.m , after finishing his fourth hour language arts class. He
said that he had been seated for about ten minutes when he heard
three "pops " which he thought were firecrackers. He said that he
glanced out a window west of his table and saw someone fa.1l to the
ground. He did not recognize that person but noted that he was close
to the building. He advised that a teacher, probably Mr. Sanders was
running outside and then came inside the cafeteria and told the
students to get down. Jake said that he and the other students did
get down on the floor and began crawling toward the stairs. He said

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be went up the stairs and then down a hallway, east out of the
school building and continued to run to the park, He said that ten
or fifteen minutes later, he heard what he thought were gunshots. He
believed that someone was shooting in bis direction so he and others
ran from the park into the adjacent neighborhood.

Jake advised chat on Che day of this incident, he was wearing


blue shorts, a gray T-shirc, and tennis shoes.

Jake stated that he did not know Eric Hard s or Dylan Kle~old

but he did know they were "trench coat guys, •

Investigation continues.

Date

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"'aNIMALQUESTIONS TOBE ASKED e '" ;2."-:).1

J Did you see Eric Ham, orDylan Kl.boldeither,o MOll(jay ofTu.....y? What were they dcing ? NO
What did they sey ? Were"",y witll "'YO"" else ?

4. Did you1.". anytllillg beilllld in !llo.o:lf.teri. or allyw""'.1$< in me scaeel ' ,vo

6. Did you see crtalk '0 ""y of the r"",ch Co", Mafi. memll<n on Monday' Tuesday? How about me N" 0
prior weekcr weekend 7

11. Have them markwhere tMY weresin:ing. d)eitfouta out of me buiIdmg and who they were \IJ1th (if ~
Ime.,.,,) 7

12. Canyou provido ..y further information on tho ""'ll:Ihet> of th. n.""h COa! Mall. '

13. Askthopamirs if tbol:lds have ,oldtnemiInylhlllg else? Differen,?

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CONTROL NUMBER #2738

car REQL'EST NUMBER: 981.,,18S

REPORTING OFFICER:

Agent LiDdaR HOLLOWAY


Colomdo Bun:aJl o( lI1-nglllio..
690 Klpllllg, S.ite 4000
Denver, Colotllllo 8021'
(303) 239..4218

W'lTNESS INTERVIEWED;

Maal>ow R)'llll MAJalN


DOB 04127/81
ADDRESS: 7'45 S. Yulwn Court
LittletOn. Cointllllo !O128
Pllo"" (3<l30 979-3296
Sopll.,",,'" - Spocilll Needs. propm- CoI1l1Dlli1llo liS

Brtan Cllrist:oph<lr MAJalN


OOB 03109183
ADDRESS: 7545S. Yulwn Court
Littletoe. Colorado 80128
(303)979-3296

Molllcr: Gloria MAJalN


Wotlc._ (3<l3l979.3296 ( - l
Fa!her: TomMAlalN
Wotlc._ (303)534-4959

DATE INTERVIEWED:
May 5, 1999, 2030 lIouts (8:30 p,m.)

PLACE INTERVIEWED:
Residence: 1545 S, Yulwn Coon. LittletOn. Colotllllo 80128

ACTION TAKEN:

O. May 4, 1999tile Reporting Agent. Linda R. HOLLOWAY, called Brian MAlalN !ly tolep!lone to
sobedulo .. io...-viow willlilio _ . Maal>ow MAJalN. _ . " , IWllO _ 0 0 tile list "f smdont',
who I!adpossiblybeen ill tile ~ III lbe lime lbe sIIoodtlgs bega.o. Maltbew illfO<'.lllOd _ _ hi'
brother. Brian, is a speeill.Ioeeds _lUll! _ • fJlml1y _lItber would netd til be prosentto!lelp -
tile inu:rview o(Brian. Maal>ow _ n:port _ be WOO also. student at Columbine Illp SclloollUll!
was ill tile school 00 April 20. All appolo_ .... sched"led fortile eveolog oCMay 5, 1m fo, an
in_ew with bolll boys at _ resi_ in LittlelOlL

0. May 5, 1999 ill 8:30 p.m I mr:et,;<ijrh tile MAlalN faDlily at _ bODO. B<>rh pilRl!lfS, TOlD lUll!
Gloria MAJCENE ""'" l""""D' _ g tile ioll:.t'view. Brtan b3d..- prollIDlISIy "'bedIlled appointmont
so be was iolm'lewed ilnt.

Brian was take. to Columbine Flip Sob<>ol !ly his fadlor 00 tile momingof April 20, 1m II allout 6:50
..m. Hearrives eatly to lift wolg!ls as he is 00 rhe fO<llball ram. !It: Jll\liIl<kd clusos as lllual in tbe
llll)min~ Heis ",b<duledto take B Lmu:b and WIllI io Math class wile.lbe flnl aJatm _ off. H i s -
instructed the sllIdent to pI CUI of the building. llo was "'Wlll'e as be bepo ""'IIID& !bat tIlere ....

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gunmen in the buikling. He tQ<lk !he loogwayout of that wing, bUlleftout of en exi' in the 11llllb wingand
went to the pm across ttte street.

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He illu:I beardlalcr that tllete was a gutUllal! on the roof. he...... saw any gnm:nen '" witnessed
any 'hooting. Mr. MOORE. a IlistQtY teacher, told lIJm that someone wassbooting at lIJm (Mr. MOORE).
He eventually was: taken bome.
An inremew W3S then conduet<d witb Mattbew. He is a sopbOlllOm in !he special oee<ls class. H e _
to be relatively low l'une:tiolling and was onable to gl.. spoil........ respceses to myqoeatlooa WIthout !he
asetsaece of his family ltlOll>llors,

He was picio!dup by a mood, Brad BOUERUD and tab:n to scllool that IIl<ltlting. He at!tllded I'ltst bout
_ _ Government class and thett was in SpecialEd class eecced, thirdand fourth oomy He thett ""'nl
to A Lunch wlleIe be (per the cafeteriaroster) sat at llIblo C. He was with ieffBA.Rll.I!Tl"&lrg luaclL
He illu:I walk<d 'oWllll!lbe windows to UI.Ik witha frieod, David HOLMES or DavidHOLMAN when he
beard ,hots. Mr. SANDERS told students to set dowa, so he got down under allible.
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The nextthing he ~ wasgelling up and rtIllIting, He ran with N'lCoIe ZACCARDI (from llIblo
KlQ. He ran through tile Foreign Language HeI1 and he andOlber SlUdent bit under a desk for
approximately 30 minu.... He thanran out of the plIIlting lot and 0...,. the bill to the Morman House. He
did. Dot see any gunman orseeanyone shoot.

Heleft behind his green Jansporr b3<:kpack illllle co!eltria. HedOCIl not havea regularsrodent loe"""
however be dOCIl havea gym 100"",and it cOlllllins his gym shortsand shoes. Hedoes not,..".n what he
was _ g that dey and Deilllerdo his parents.

The onlyother infom>ation that could he recalled W1Il that a person by the '"""" of LeighKAME.'1jtook
cootrol"of the"""" wbere be bid under the deskin the Foreign Langoase ball. She may be • StUdenL

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CONTROL NUMBER iI'27:l8

CBl REQUEST NUMBER: 981·0185

REPORTING OFFICER:

Agent Lin<Ia R, HOJ..!.OWAY


Colorado Bureau of Investigation,
590 KJpliDg, S.i.. 4000
Denver. Colorado !!Q21S
(303) 239-4218

WITNESS lNTEFlVIEWE1J:

Mattbcw Ryan MAJeEN


DOB 04127181
ADDRESS: 7545S. Yulron Court
Littleton, Colorado 80128
Pirone(3030 979-3296
SopllolllOte - Spc<ial Needs program. CoII.ll.llbine HS

BrianChrtssopher MAJeEN
DOB 031lJ91S3
ADDRESS: 7545S. Yukorl Court
Linleton, Colorado SO128
(303} 979·3296

Motber: GloriaMAJCEN
Worknumber (303)979-3296 (~)
Father: TomMAJeEN
War>: number (303) 534-4959

DATE lNTERVIEWE1J:
May S, 1999. 2030beers (8:30 p.m.)

PLACEINTERVIEWED:
Residence: 7545 S. Yukon CouIUlttleton, Colorado SOl28

ACTION TAKEN:

whoball possibly been in tile _a


On May 4, 1999 the \lepotling Agen~ Lin<Ia II HOLLOWAY. ealle<! BrianMAJeEN bytelepbOllO to
sclladule till inter'liew with hiJ bro!lle<, M_w MAJeEN. Manhew's llIlIIl" was OD !be list at studem"
at tile _ tile shootings began. Matthew informed me that hiJ
brolber, Brian,is a spe<:ial needs ""dent ilIld!hat• fanlily tllOOIIll>er woul¢ need to be preeeat to help witJl
the in""""w of Brian. M _ fw:thered report !hat lie was also a student at Columbine High Schooland
was in the scbool<In April 20. An appointment was sehI:dule¢ for the e\'elling of May 5, 1999for an
interview with both 'bqyll at their rmidcDce in Litdeton.

On May 5,1999" S:30 p.m.I """" with theMAJeEN fanlilyaubeit ho.... Both_til, Tomtlllo
GloriaMAJCENE wet<:pmletll dnrlIlg the int<:rviI;w. Brian bed ano!lle< previously "'bednled appoiD=t
so be was inu:niewed first
BrianWas taken to Columbine High School by his filll!eron the
a, m.
tllMlin. of April20. 1999 at about 6:50
He arriv." earlyto lift weigh... lie is on the foolballlealll. He attl:tl¢ed classeo .. ",Illll in the
morning. He is sebeduled to tllol B Luneb and was in Math class wt1etI tile fire a1aml went off. His_
instruCted the Sltlde.l to get OUt of the bIIildiDs. He was llllaW1lle as lie began ""'ving that tbete ""'"

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gunJ;t!el1 in !he building. H. took!he 1001 way out of!1lllt wing, bm left om of an exi' in !he llllll:hwing and
""'"' to !he park across!he.......
He .ad Ileatd later !1lllt th _ a gunman O!l the roof. however. be DeY'" saw any gutllItO. or witnessed
anyshooting. Mr. MOORE. allistorylOOCbI!l", toldhim!1lllt rome<llIO _ 'hooting ill him (Mr. MOORE},
Heeveutually wastakenhom!!:.
An interview was'tbe,D conducted with Martbew. He is a sophomore in me special needs class, He appears
to be relatively low functioning and was unableto give spontaneous responsesto my quesncns without tbe
asslStlltlce of his family 1tlIltItben.

He was pickod up by a friend. BradBOu.ERUD and ...... to school tb.u _ g . He ~ lim '0W'
AmericanGoYO"""""l class and then ..... in Special Ed claso secced, thUd and fowtb hoOl'J.' Hetheo we",

Hehad walkl:d towam the _ws


to A Lunch weere be (pet the o:oi\oaIria rostI!l"l sal at lllbleC. He_ with Jeff BA.R.RE'lTlIurinI lunch.
to tall< with a frtend. DaVId HOLMES or DaVId HOLMAN wben he
heard seers. Mr SANDERS told studetllS to get <lowe.. sohe got down _ a Illble.
The••'u !biDg be ~ ..... gellillg up and <ItllIIina. He t1lll wid> r-Hcol. ZACCARDrrr;"mIllble
lCK). He"", <blough the Fomgn Language Hall and be and _ . - bit _ . desk for
approxlrnaU!ly 30 ntinu.... He tIwJ ran ou,of theparking lot and over !hebill to !he Morman House. Fie
<tidnot see any guro::nan or seeanyone sbOOL

He left behind bis green Iansport I>aolqllI<:k in !he oaf""""" He doesnOl have a regular,,,,dom locker,
however he dcee haveaJY1ll1ocm and it coerams bis JY1ll 'hons andsaoes. Hedoes nm "'call what he
was wearing !1lllt day and llCilhcr do bis p""'''.
Theonlyotlleritl!l:lmwion !1lllt couldbe recalled .... tb.u a perso. by the nat:ne of Leigh
conlIol" .fthe room_ be !lid _
K;\MENjtoek
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LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
'ORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
" •.;TIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 05-07.99
fJFFENSE: AOAJCOLUMSINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCEI JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMSER: 01'12734, FBI: 17411.-01'1-&7419, JCSO: CR#99·7625, TEAM 4,
CAFETERIA WlTNESSES"COI.UMBINE HIGH SCHOOL

SUSPECT:
ERIC HARRlS
DYLAN KLEBOLD

WlTNiSS;
1, MALONSON. BRANDI J6. WIF, OOB: 10-01-83
7482 South Zephyr Cl. Littleton, CO 8Q128, 303·933-3269
Mother: linda Melonson, 7482 South ZephyrCt.LillJeton, CO80128, 303·933-3269. work: 303·789·568e
Father: Richard Malooson, 7482 South ZephyrCt. Ullleton, CO80128, 303-933·3259 work 303·698·0200

INVESTIGATION:
On 05·11·99 at 1100 hours I inteMewed Brandi Malonson in the presence of her parents at her home
Brandi stated her sister drove her to school on 04-20-99. They parked at Leawood Park. They entered through
the front entrance of the school. Brandl's sister, Monica, was there for the first hour only and then leI! school.
Brandl statedshe has choir for her first hourclass, govemment for her second hour class, English for her
third hourclass, and science for her fourthhourclass, allthese classes are located onthe top floor of the school
Aller her fourth hour class. Brandi stated she saw Isaiah Shoels nearher locker. She stated she Invlteo
him to come and sit at her table for lunch. He told her he had to go to the library to checkout a book blJt would
meet her in the cafeteria. Brandi stated she entered the cafeteria by coming down the stairs and was there
between 1110 and 1115 hours. She stated a lot of kidll wereIn the cafeteria alllledy
Brandi lltated shehad selin HARRIS around the school but did not knowhis name. She had neverseen
KLE80LD before. She had heardafthe "lretlch coat mafia" but stated that it wasn'tthat prevalent in the achoal.
She knewthat there was a group of TeM, however she hadonlyseen people wearing longtrench coatsa couple
of times. Brandi stated she did not see these people in or around the school that morning
Brandi traced her pathinto the cafeteria onthe attached diagram. She indicated shesat at table"Ir. After
she puthllr bag onthe tablesheboughtsomll foed fromthe Rebel ComerStore. After she sat down at herlable,
she stated she saw somekids getdownon the floorwhowerenearthe westwindows. At first she thought ~ was

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LAKEWOOD POWCE DePARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
!"ORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99·38856
v,CTlM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 05.07·99
OFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOLTASK FORCe; JEFFCO SHERlFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2734, FBI: 174A·DN-57419. JCSO: CRt99.7625. TEAM 4.
CAFETERIAWITNESSES, COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL

a seniorprank. Then three janitors ran thrOlJgl'l tile cafetena telling everyone to get down, She statedthen saw
Mar1l Opferruninto tile school throughlhe student entrance andhehad a very upset look on his face, Shestaled
she knew something was seriousthen, Shestated the!<ids on thewestside of the cafeteriastartedto moveeast,
somewere crawling on the floor,
Brandistated she saw a guy wearing a long black tranch coat and a black ski maSk inSIde the cafeteria
He was with anothergUy who was wearinga longblacktrench eoat. The first guy had a gun insidehis coat She
then saw him take something out of the coat and shethen heardgunfire, She indicated where the gunmen were
in the cafeteria and then where one of them moved toward table 'RR',
Brandi ran up the Slall'llto the top floor to tile area by the choir room. She stated she then ran into the
auditorium fnam the south side. She ran thnaugh the auditorium to the top floor and ran out the north east door
into the hallway. Brandl stated she saw blood on the lockers outside of this doorway, She heard gunfire and
;sibly someexplosions. She ran east out throughthe lnant door and as she was approaching the lnant doors,
she heardgunfire coming from behind her and tile glass in the doors were shot out at that pail'll. Once cutsice
sheranto Clement Parl< andto the JeffersonApartment complex on lhe northside of Bowles. and fromthereshe
calledher motherwho came to pick her up.
Brandi had a maroon JanspOit nackpack that contained her malh nook, Spanish nook, notebooks, an
agenda book, andher jeanswalletthat had a Wlnnie-the ·Pooh on ~. Alsointhe bag wasa make up bagthat look
similarto the wallet, Brandlwas wearing a black dtSS$ with a flower design and she had on black sandals
Brandi stated she doesget on the Interneta lot. Shestated a couple days afterIhe shooting she brought
up ERiCHARRIS' profileand printedon it. (see attached) She stated thiswas his AOL profileand shehad never
brought up any of his informalionor KLEBOLO's Information befona. She statadshe brought HARRIS'profile up
be<:ause she was ourious.
Brandlremembered the thought for the day as being something to tne effect 01"1 bet youwish youweren't
here', which was in real small text
On the momlng of 04-20-99, Brandl staled that she heard a freshman by the name of Courtney remark
to anotherunknown girl that she was going to 'go gel highb/ocause something big Is going to happen at lunch"
Brandi slaled Courtneyemphasited'Sig' a lot. BrandistatedCourtney Is a Gothic-looking girl withlong black hair,

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I.AKEWOOO POLICE CEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
'''ORTING AGENT: KARI.A SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
"v'lIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 06-07·99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOLTASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2734, FBI: 114A-DN-57419, JCSO: CRft9·762S, TEAM 4,
CAFETERIA WlTNESSES,COLUMBlNE HIGH SCHOOL

black baggy panls, over-tized shirts, white make-up and heavyblackeyeliner.

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Member Name: Eric Harris (Trenchcoat Mafia)
Location: Littleton, Colorado
Bizthdate: 4th of July
Sex: Male
Marital Status: Married to the Trenchcoat Mafia
He' ies: Making BIG firecrackers, Blowing up everything, Guns, Music
cc, Z"'uters: Pentium
Occupation: Attend Columbine High SchOOl
Personal Quote: Shouldn't been in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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J1n'FDSON COlJ'liTY DIS'I'lUCT ArrOIitNB"l' S OFFICE

Defenda.ut, (Columbine shooting) Docket Number, 99A062 (V}


Date' 050799 Clla. Number, 99-7625
Deputy II. A. , Investigator, Mike Heylin

WITNESS,

Val aria Mar !lOB: 102884


7688 S. Eaton Way
Littleton, CC 80128
303-972-64S8
0/0 mother; Norma Mar
father; Arturo Mar (w) 303-971-5656
-CHS student; dropped backpack off in oafeteria at table KK; was in
lunch line at Rebel Corner when incident began; was in lunoh line
with Margot llrown; has no suspeot or duffle bag information

INVESTIGATION,

On May 6, 1999 at 1829 hours I oontaoted Valaria Mar at her home for
an interview. Her 1llOther was present. While at the home, I also
interviewed Valaria's twin brother, Arty, who was in a science room
during the incident until rescued by SWAI'. Vlllaria then told me the
following:

• She is a freshman at Columbine High School.

• When asked about Eric Ha=is, she said that she does not know
him by face or name. She may have seen him in a trench coat once or
twice in school, hut she was not sure.

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* When asked about Dylan Klebold, she said that she does not know
him by face or n~e.

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When asked, she did not know

* She did not know any other trench coat students or associates.
She has only seen the one student once or twice in school this year.

* She has never heard of the name "Trench Coat Mafia."

* She did not see any SUSpJ.OJ.ous objects in sohool that day.
When asked specifically, she did not see any duffle bags.

* On the day of the shooting, she had a 4th hour ceramics class
in the art area of the school. She stayed a few minutes late in
that class to help clean up. At about 11:15 a.m. she walked down to
the library with Margot Brown. Margot was going to spend the lunch
time in the library.

* She then walked down to a table in the cafeteria and dropped


her backpack off on a chair to reserve her spot. She did not know
who else may have been at that table as she ~~d her friends usually
sit at three tables that are grouped together. She looked at the
diagram and said she dropped her pack off at table KK. This was the
location her pack was recovered from. She and her friends sit at
KK, LL, and FFF.

* After she dropped her pack off, she went to Rebel Corner to get
a meal. She was joined by Margot Brown who decided not to spend the
lunch hour in the library.

* While in the line to get her food, she saw several students
going out the south doors. A few minutes later she saw the students
come back in. She then saw everyone in the cafeteria getting down
under the tables. She then moved over to one of the tables by Rebel
Corner and got under it. She then follo_d a group out of the

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cafeteria that went down to the foreign language area. She waun<:l up
in a Spanish class that is in the far southeast corner of that
area. She went under a desk for about 5 minutes. She hear<:l 3 or 4
gunshots or explosions Two unknown teachers then had them run out
the south exit door by that classroom and through the lot to a
Mormon hcuse on Polk Street. She said that she stayed in the garage
to that home. she dd.d not hear anything else.

• She did not see any suspects.

.. She wa.s wearing jeans i a cream colored vest J and black sandals
on the day of the sheeting.

• She added that a girl who sits in front of her in her 1st hour
geometry class told her on the morning of the shooting that a lot of
people were going to get "high" that day. She said the girl said it
was "4-20 day." There wu also a mention about police. {This is
consistent with information about "4-20" being the code and a date
fer marijuana smokers.) She thought: the name of this girl was
Michelle.

this concluded my interview with Valaria Mar.


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JEFFERSON COU!'<TY DISTRIct ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
. SUPPL&\1R1\lT REPORT
DATE 05117199 CASE REPORT # 99A062

CONECTING CR ~ JCSO 99-7625 INVESTIGATOR: G.B MUMMA

CONTl\OL # 1908

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Joey Renee Marcotte DOBOIl884
84S I W Sm Cit. Littleton. Co gOllS 303·972·3710
Columbine High School

Madler: MkbeJleMarcotte lOJ·298.{}230


Fatller: Josepb Marco,," 303-298,;)230

QBSRRVATIONIINVESTIGATION:

On 051499 Sgt. Webband myself,",""""ed Joey Marcone at Chat:fleld HighSchool. wllere I totd ber I
needed to speak to bet about some information regarding the mooting incuJellt Joey staled dint sbe bad no
problemtalking to us. I rcld Joey t!llIl I needed to as. berquestionsabout bee description of one of tbe
eoeers. Joey stalled that she badseenthe SU$peCl come into thecafeteria. wearing a blackbaseball bat. but
she couldn't see his face very clear because it was covered up. buthe waswearing anorange or white T·
shirt with some kind of writing on ir, thee be bad a ttenc:b COat on. with some kind of auto~c weapon. I
askedJoey ifsbe saw bis bait. and sbe staredtinu ,be rememeers that be badJongcurly blackbait. I asked
Joey if she could desenbe his pants and me ,taled tinu tneywere "real bagsy" blaekjeans. I asked if tbe
pants were someother type of material orjeaninateriat Joey was certain they werejean :na.terial J then
asked Joey wbere she was weee she saw thisiDdi'ridtl4!.. and sbe stated tbat she was down on one knee{
which she demcescared), under table "'E", Joe)' stared that she was under the tableabout anbout and a bali.
and that she heard a lot of angry yellingandcussicg form seeecee witha "deepdark mean and SC&}"
vctce''. i asked Joeyif she could{eU me what theysaid, and. she stated. that rbe voice stated "Today is the
day tile worldcomes to ... end. today" tileday we die" I asked Joey wilat else see remembered and ,be
,tared that sbe beard lots of explosiocs and guo.f'.:re. and th.. tile 'ronke ,tatted gellingUtic' i. the cajeeria,
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that', when she ''''''ed crawling tlte doorto getout. I aslo:d Joey ...bieb tioOl sbe went out, and ,be
'wed thatsIIe wen, out by tbe "lIe beI S,oro" doors. tben <be ran outinto tile parlciJlg lot Illld bId by s.,""
cars 00 thesouth side by a "big" fence at thelastrowto the weSt inthe Senior lot, Joeystated that she was
biding_, "'. tan coloredcer. Me_ of. SWAT Teemrescued lter.

I asked Joey if sIIe had seen anyoneelse,and sbe staled tilat sne had I asked her to describe that 'uspect
for me. Joey staled tinu be was wearing a blue baseball cap, and that he and blonde hair. The suspectwas
wearing a whiteT..shirtwith somekindof ammunition vest: that was black, and be hadregular bluejeans
00. I asked beeif there wasanything else shecould remember about himacdshe stated rhat: ms T'"shirt was
splanere<l witil blood I askedJoey who,be thought that _ . and me 'wed that sbe thought it was DyIatt.

I askedJoey what time ,be fits! ...... these gu}'1l. and sbe sated that sitebelieved lr was 11 :20 AM. That
waswhen she first saw"Eric" tun by thewindow of !:be cafeteria. beaded toward the stairs. He put dcwu a
blac' duffel bag with 2 handle', she remembers bim havlngon a uencb coatand ,eeing pipe bombs ""d
shotgun shells hanging 00 hi' chest. and he had a ,mall handgun in bi' hand. Joey wen, on to say mat all
Uti, bad occurred beforethe 'prinl:Jer, wentoff, andduringthat time hothof l!lemwere,booting When tIley

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came down the stlIirs illto the cafetma. Joey believed thatshe was aboul2 or J feet from them wllile th")'
were 'boo!lIlg. I asbd Joey wbat they were ,hooting willi alld >be staIl>l that they beth bad shotguns. but
thought they were shooting witil somedting else, Joey slated that sbecouldsmoU po. alld _1he propane
tank, that Wllli wbut theywere 'b""ting at.

lasked I oe1if tiler Wllli anythillg oh>e $be could tell me about the- . alld she staIl>l that ,be
re""""ben that dormg proll! _ """"'''' had pursuperglue ill all the door loeb of ilIe sceocl all<! n""e
of die doors would Ieee,everything was opeo. IllSbd Joey if sheknewwho bad done that or if any on.
bad lllk.en responsibility all<! she. _ no.

Joey..... unable to provide any tiItther illfotmalion.

No futtller action lllk.en by !his I.ove,tigator.

INVES

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de no, maintain tha, it contains aU of the facts or detail$ of the incident. but only 'han f1H;ts al></ut _ I have beM
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do not maintain that it contains all ol the facts or details of the incident. but anly those facts about which 1 fJBve been
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Christopher Shan Markham, DOB 02/06/1984, 7166 South


Pierce Court, Littleton, Colorado, telephone (303)904-3538, a
freehman at Columbine High School. was interviewed at his home in
the presence of his mother, Sherry Markham, by Special Agent (SA)
Ricky V. Wright regarding the incident that took place on
04/20/1999 at Columbine High School. After heing advised as to
the identity of the interviewing agent and the nature of the
interview, Markham provided the following information:
At approximately 11:10 am, Markham got out of French
class and left the foreign language department and went directly
to the cafeteria. Markham set his l:>ookbag down at a lunchroom
table (rnarked S5 on diagram sketchl, got his lurteh, and s~ back
down. Markham rememb"rs that: Tim Mule,ahey( aear j'o.e.. .-; Nate ./
Vaud.rauy'Jon Friesy'Patriek Caruso~ik Sunde~and Jesse Maddox
were also sitting ae his table. Markham was sitting facing
northeast. Markham eMMs that Vauderau was llitting to his
right. Markham does not recall who was siteing to his left.
Markham was eating his lunch, wh.. n he heard what
sounded like shots and an '""'Plo.ion outside the cafeteria to the
northwest. Markham stood up and ran to the cafeteria door by the
teachers' lounge a.nd opened the door and looked oU):.side. Markham
saw Lance Kirklin, Dan Rohrbough)'"' and Searl Graves all lying just
outside the cafeteria door. Sean graves Nail the closest and said
that he had been shot. Maet lCatunmeier waS also at the door
looking out. Mr. Sanders. another teacher, and a janitor helped
pull Graves inside the cafeteria. Markham turned and ran do_
the west aide of the cafeteria and besan yelling that someone wae
ehooting. Markham huddled d""'" in ehe northeast. corner of the
cafet.eria for a moment and tlu!n started to crawl toward the
stairs. By l:his time, most of the students in the cafeteria were
also huddled down. Markham had been carrying a sandwich in uis
hand and paused to throw it in the tra.h can at ebe foot of the
sl:airs. Markham then jumped the rail to the .. taire and ran up
eh.. staire to the choir room next to th.. stairs and pounded on
the door~ The ehoir teacher, Mr. Andres, came out and Markham
told him what. was going on. Markham then tried to Mock on a
d.oor on the south s ide of the main hall, bue no one Ca.'I1e.
Markham then ran eaat. down the main hall and then noreh down the
language and history hall l:oward the school officell. Seephanie

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Lohrenz and Katie Beer were also in the hall and ran toward the
school offices as well. While they were running, they heard five
or six shots coming from the direction of the school offices.
Markham did not see arrycne , but they tutted around and ran back
to the south main hall and then east out the exit at the end of
the hall. Once outside Markham jumped over a fence and ran
across Pierce St.reet: to Leawood Park.
Markham was in the cafeteria for about 20 minutes at
the end of first hour. Markham was sitting in the vicinity of
the table marked YY on the diagram sketch with Tim Mulcahey,
Brenda Kelly, and Kacey Fisher. Markham did not see the gunmen
during the shooting. Markham did not remember seeing any large
duffle bags sitting in the cafeteria during lunch or first
period. Markham knew Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, because they
would come over to Markham's residence wit.h Chris Morris. who wa.s
the boyfriend of Markham's sister, Nicole Markham. Markham has
known Harris and lUebold since December 1998. Markham estimates
that they came over approximately 20 times. Sometimes they would
play Nintendo or play Monopoly. Markham would sometimes go to
midnight bowling at a bowling alley located at Belleview and
Federal with Ilarri$, Klal>old, Nicole Markham, Chris Morris,
Krista Hanley, Robyn Anderson, and Tiffany ~ast Name
Unknown {LNO). Markham never knew 1I..=is or K1ebold to talk about
guns or bombs. Markham does not have an Internet screen name.
On the day of th" Shooting, Markham was wearing a green
t~shirtt blue jeans! and brown shoes.
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LAKEWOOD POWCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
'PORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
•. -:TIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 05-<11.99
OFFENSE:AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCEI JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON2731, FBI: 174A·DN·57419, Jeso: CRfl9.7525, TEAM 4,
CAFETERIA WITNES,SES, COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL

SUSPECT:
ERIC HARRIS
DYLAN KLEBOLO

WITNESS:
1 MARSHALL. CHANDRA. WIF. OOB: 10..Q3·82
7792 Sontn LamarCourt. Littleton. CO 60123. 303-973-3266
Mother' Mary Sauder, 7792 South Lamlll" Court. Littleton, CO 60123,303-973-3266. worK 303-489-4076
Father'steven Sauder. 7792SouthLamarCourt. Littleton, CO80123.303-973-3166. worK 303-977·1388

INVESTIGATION:
On 05-06-99 ai 0900 hours I inteNiewed Chandra Marshall in the presence of her parents at her home
Chandra stated She drove to school and parked in Clement Park's parKing lot, arming at approximately 0115
hours on 04-20-99. She entered the school through the main entrance. She stated she did oot Sft anylhlog
unusual outside the school or inSide in between ciasses Shestated she 11as fourth hour as her off hour andshe
spends it in the cafeteria, She entered the cafeteria between 1025 and 1030hout'll She st.ted there were a lot
of kids there already At that time she entered the cafeteria by ooming down the stairs She stated shesat down
.t table number"R", then bought something from the Rebel ComerStore, then sat down again. She indicated
her route to this t.ble on the attached diagram. She also indicated who she sat with during her fourth hour
Chandra left the cafetena at 1047hou", to go upstairs fer an inte~/iew with the RN.N
Chandra stated she had seen KLEBOLO and HARRIS around the school but did not Know the" names
She was awareof the "ireneh <;Qat mafia"who were ident1fled by the iong. black ccats. She stated theywereJust
likeany other clique at the school. they likedto hang around together. She stated she had classes wrth some of
t11e girtsin the group but she did not knowtheir names. S11e stated shedid not see any olthe groupthat day She
stated she saw the group more last year than she has thIS year,
Aller her interviewon the secondfloor. shewentto the financialofficebrieflywith her friend. NoelSnyder
Chandra and Noelthen returned to the cafeteria by going dOWl'l the statrsenteringat approximately 1105hours.

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JC-001· 003661
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
r 'ORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-3885.
",~ nM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS'(}7·99
OFFENSE: AOAiCOLlJMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCElJEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2731, FBI: 174A·DN-57419, JCSO: CR#99-7625, TEAM 4,
CAFETERIA WITNESSES, COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL

She stated at 1110 hours, the bell ran and Noel lett Chandra stated she sat at the same table w,th different
people this time These people are indicated on the attached diagram
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at the far west serving line ."d she did not notice any large duffle bags when she walked through the cafeteria
She stated ten to fi'ftetH' minutes laterthe eommotion began, Mr Sanden and a janitorran around the cafe!ena
telling everyone to gel underthe table"" She $latedit was ve"l noisy in the cafeteria and she thoughtthat it was
a prank, so the people at her table began to joke around aboutit She stated peoplestarted to get up when Mr
Sanders yelled at them to get down again, Shestated Man<, Who she was sitting With, suddenly got up andtook
his back~ack andstarted (orthe stairs, She stated then peo~le started to stand up andleavethe westSide o(the
cafeteria and it appeared to be like a wave.of people leaving. She stated she went up the stairs with .ve"l0ne
Chandra slated that she heard three gunshots when she neared the ChOlf room She stated thIS was the
r • that she heard any gunshots or "xpI05ions, She stated she ran out the south east door and across Pierce
to the park. At that time she heard explosions aleng with gunfire and screaming. She stated at that point sne
didn't know what was going 00, She stated a group of kids left with her and went to Brett O'Neal's home on
Kendall Street.
Chandra stated that she hed a blue Eastpack backpack with her purse ,nslde a"d a green plasticmulti
(older. Chandra stated shewas wearing a long-sleeved white swim team shirtwith Jean shortsand tenors shoes.
Chandra slatedshe couldn'tremember whal the thoughtfor thedaywas but she remembered that Itdidnl
have anything to do With the shooting,

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LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPOll.TING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER, 99.38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE SCHOOL DAn OF REPORT: 050599
fENSE, AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFFS OFFICI
...FORMAnON CONTROL NUMBER: QN2730, FBI: 174A-ON57419, lao, Cll #9'.1625

SUSPECTS: En, Harris


Dylan Klebold

WITNESSES:
i. Jean Martin
7925 West Geddes Place
Littlelon, Colorado 80128
303-972-2943
2. Mary Martin (mother)
7925 West Geddes Place
Littleton, Colorado 80128
303-972-2943
303-989-2912 (wk)
3. Stephen Marrin(father)
7925 West Geddes Place
Littleton, Colorado 80128
303-972-2943
303-977-5305 (wk]

IJIo'VESTIGATION:
On 5/4/99 I was assigned lnfonnationControlNumber DN2730 for follow up investigation. The LnJDrmation
Control narrative stated that Jean Martin is on the original cafeteria backpack list.

On 515/99 I responded to 7925 West Geddes I'l3Oe and met withJean Martinandher motherand father. Martin
indicated that she had been in the cafeteria at the time the incident began,

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT, GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE HUMBERt 99.38856
VICTIM, COLUMBINli ScHOOL OATS Of REPORT: 050599
'FiNSE, AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFfCO SHERIFf'S OfFICE
...FORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2730. FBI: 174A.DNS1419, JCSO. Cit #99·7625

'"lartinstated that on 4120199 her mother drove her to schooland that she arrived at the school at approximately
0725 hours. She said thet her mother had drivenher and her two sisters.Jennifer and Stephanie, to school and
dropped them off at the main entrance. She said that she then went to her locker to pick up several notebooks
and went to her first hour class In the Science wing upstairs. Afterher first hour class she went to her locker
and then her second hour class which is American Studies, which 1S upstairs in the languagedepartment. After
her second hour class she went to her Historyclass, ber taird hour, which Is also locatedin the same room. She
said that between second and thirdhour she went to her locker. She said from third hour she went to her founh
hour Spanish class which is located in the lowerlevel. She then went to the "A" lunch. She said she', actually
scheduledfor the "A" and "B" lunchtogether. She said that she had her pack with her and that she wentto table
number "Z", as she looked at the cafeteriamep. She said there were already students at the table. and identified
those students as Stephanie Wise. CarmieDeihl Nicole Janda, and three other unknown named females. She
j that she went to the food service line and purchaseda taco salad, went back to the tableand began to make
the salad, and began to eat which she believed to be about 11:25. Mr. Sanderscarnerunning into the cafeteria
from near the faoull}' room, yelling "Getdown! Gerdown!' She said that at first she didn't get under the table
and remainedseated; then she noticed that people were under the table and that somethingappeared to be
wrong. She said she then heard somethingthat sounded like firecrackers and she began to crawl away from the
windows. As she was crawling, she noticed everyone got up and that people were statting to run towards the
stairwell to exit the cafeteria. She said that she got up and started walking toward the stairs. She said that she
waited for a large wave of students to pass and then she started to go up the stairs whenshe heard what she
thought was a gunshot and saw smoke at the top of me stairwell. She describedthe smoke as being grey in
color and appeared to be a small isolatedcloud. She thought it might have been from a gunshot burst She
then turned back down the stairs, and said that there were several teachers telling the students to go down the
foreign language hallway. She said that she ran down the hallway, turned right, and ended up in classroom F·3.
She said there were numerousother students in the classroom and that they huddled against the wall and closed
the blinds. She said that the teachersin the room could hear more gunshots, and that there were people tryi..~g to

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l.AKiWOOD POLIC' D'PARTMINT SUPPUMINTAL RIPORT
REPORTING AGENT: GIORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBIR, 99.3"56
VICTIM: COLUMBINE SCHOOL DATE OF RfPOlIT: 050599
'FENSI: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOl. TASK FORCI/JIFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
... FORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: QN2730. FBI; I Z4A·DN5141 9, JCSO, CR #99.7625

use a cell phone to call 911, She 'aid that when the faculty heardmore gunshots from near the cafeteria, they
evacuated the students out of the classroomand out through the door to the south. She said thar she ran to a
house on thecomerthat people refer to as the"Mormon house" They were allowed inside and there again
students there attempting to use the phone, She estimatedtha! she was ar the house for about thirty minutesthen
she started to walk home, She then got a ride, and believedthat she arrived home a little after noon. She said
that she got separated from her classmates in the cafeteria.

~lanin said that she did not see the shooters. just heardthe gunsbots and what she thought might be explosions.

Martinsaid that she left her backpackbehind and that it is a black One Stop pack, She said that it has a leather
bottomand is more of a briefcase than a backpack. She said her pack containsher Spanish notebook.her
inish workbook, a book on Spain, her Cassie FX calculator, and her purse is in her locker She stated that
she was wearing overallJeans, white tank top and a grey pullover.

Martinsaid that she was familiar with the trench coat mafia, that she'd been familiarwi!b them about the first
COuple weeks in her freshman year. She said that they haag oul and playa cud game called Magic. She said
that it's. roll-playing card game and she knew thet they all wore black trench coots. She said that on one
cccasion she actually observed the trench coal mafta playing with the jocks, the card game Magic. She said that
Whenever she observed them they were u.sually on lbe west end of lhe cafeteriahanging out together, She said
that she had had no problemswith anyone in the lIench coat mafia.

Martm said that she did not notice anythingunusual that day, She did not observe any large duffle bags or
unattended backpacks in the cafeteria, She has heard no students talking about stockpilingweaponsor making
and playing with bombs. She does have Internet access althougl' does not have her own Website, and says!bat
she has never accessed any of the trench coat mafiasites.

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LAKEWOOD POLlCI O'PARTMENT SlJPPLlM'NTAL R'PORT
Il.EPORnNG AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 050599
- 'FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHEIlIFF'S OFFICE
..•fORMATION CONTROL NUMBER; DN2730, FBI: 174A·QN57419, JCSO; CIl #99.7625

While imerviewiag Jean Martin. the parents advised that JenniferMartin, deb: 113181. is a Senior at school;
was in the gym class and Was immediatelyevacuated out of the buildingto ClementPari<, and then to the
Library. Theirconversations with her indicate that she has no information on the suspects. didn't see anything.
only heard the shots. They also have a daughterwho is a freshman, Stephanie Martin. dob: 416/84. She had
been in her scienceclass, teacher Mr. Moses. She saidthat theystayed in the scienceclass during the entire
incidentand she can describe what she heard, the gunshots and the explosions. but did not see anything and was
eventually evacuated from the school by a SWAT team. Stephanie Martindid not wish to speak with me about
the incidentand, at her parentsrequest. was not interviewed. JenniferMartin was unavailable. They appeared to
have no further information as far as additional leads in this Case.

ADDITIONAL WITNESSES:
StephanieWise '
2. Carmie Deihl .
3. Nicole Janda '
These were studentsthat were seated with Jean Martin .t me time the incidentbegan.

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5065 Umatilla Strrect
Denver. COlorado 80212
(303) 433·51)0
Student: Columbine Higlt School

BOB :VIASSIE
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Same as above

DEBORAH L REIDel
7359 WestCaley Drive
Littleton, Colorado 80123
(30)197!.Q871
Bus: 3985 South VinctMes CL
Denver, Colorado80237
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atColumbine HighSchool. This interview was in ~fmncc to meshooting that OCCUJ:Ted 01140-.20-99 at Columbine: High School

! interviewed Ro~" Massie inthepresence ofhis grandmother. Pat Y1as.5~. Robert Massie toldmeon +-20~99. atapproxim:uel:-
l Il Ohours.he got ow: ofnis math class, wtuch is to the- math hail an the second level at Columbine High Scheel. Robertsaid
he proceeded to go downstairs by himselfand""tom! <be cafeteria at approximately IllS. Robert saidthatIte saw ",,,,,,,,I friends
of his that were in the cafeteria at a tableso hejoinedthe friends at this table. Robert said these friends were Lance Kirklin,
Anthony Samrnanro, Soan Graves, Steven C=ow, and Daniel Rchrboege. I showed Robert Massie. diagram ofthe Columbine
HighSchool cafeteria an<!lte toldmethatthetablehe was sitting at on 4-20·99was table"vy" This table is located onthe far
we" ,ide of the c.f,teri. andjust southofdle faculty lounge. This tabl' is also due east of the door from the exterior of the
Columbine High School cafeteria to tlleintenorby <be facult;. lounge.

Robert Massie said that aftertalking fora few minutes at the table Lance Kirklin, SeanGraves. Robert Rohrbouge, and Steve
":umow go, up from thetable an<! exited thec.feteriathrough lhe far we" doornear tlt< filculty lounge. Rohert saidthese tnends
went-outside thedoorand then began to go upthest2.irs. Robert saidthat heheardseveral no,,,,s thathe believed were fireworks
going off, however, he did net know how many of these noises be heard. Robert said that when M looked outside of the ca.feteria
towardsthe parking tot he' saw smoke neat .! vehjde that was parked in the lot. Raben said then he heard approximately l.0 to
15 more noises thatwereapparently gunshots. Robert said a studentcame ru.nriing: into the cafeteria throughthe far 'West door
by the fecuiry lounge. and said that there had been shots fired outside-. Robert said at this point several teachers entered the
cafeteria andtoldall <be students to getupODd runoutof the.afeteriaand \ljl5tairs to <be second 1eve1of Columblll' High School.
Robert 'Oldw!ten he began running, he saidit tookapproximately five minute,to get from his table to rhesecond level of the
hign school due to the: fact aU the students weretrYing to runat the sametimeand were NMing into eachotherandknocking
eachotherdownin the cafeteria. He saidwhcro be got to the lap of thestairs. he went towards thesciencehaU where he sawa
teacher waving students into a classroom at that location. Robert said he raninto a science class and it was thescience class where
Mr. Sanders was. Robert saidonce inside ofthi' cl....reom, someone locked the olocr between the classroom and thehallway
and he 'aid all the lights were turned off. The ,tudents Sl\.t up against the wallSO that if one of the suspects looked through the
window in tltedoor, tltey would be unable to see anyone inside, Robertsaid the ,tudents did take the table' .hat were 10 this
classroom and lay them on their'ides to hidetl1em further whilein the classroom. Robert said thatthere w........0 classrooms

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whichhad students hiding in this manner, and said there is a door bet'Neen the classrooms. He also said while he was sitting In
the dark against the wan he heard"rea! lOud booms" and believed they were bombs going off: He said it sounded as if these
explosionswere coramg from d1~tly below!he seieoeeclassroom OD the first leve! and said when one of the bombs 'n<e!'l{ off
everything in the science room shook. Robert said he believed he hurd. four to five of these bombs detonated in the school
Robert saidthat while waiting in the classroom, oneof tile tea"bcrs was w&«:hD1g I te1mMn set so they could follow theevents
takingplaceal Columbine HighScl\oollhrougll the media. Rol>en said., appro.imal<ly [530 to 1545hours,.11 thestudents
he was biding with in the science classrecm were rescued by SWAT, and then taken from the: school to Leawood Elementary
School. Robert said at Leawood Elementary School he met with his mother. his father. and his step.father at that location

I asked Robert Massie if he knew eitherone of the SIlSp<l:lS prior to this m<iden!. Rol>en said that he had EricHarris in hlS gym
classduring rilefirstsemesterof 1999 Raben said<hal Ene Harris would SIlly to himseliand whenhe came (0 andleftrile gym
<lass healways woreblack<lathing. RabensaidEric Harris WO<e a bl"'k trench COlI' in theschoo! and saidtha'he did nOl believe
this trench coat was madeout aflamet'. sayingit was probably made from cloth, Robert Massie said he nevertalked to Eric
Harris or associated withhim. Raben Massie said EIi< Harris worked at Columbine HighSchool in the Rebel News Network
(lll'iN). [asked Raben Massie if he knew what the "<hougllt of the day" was at Columbine HighSchoolon 4-20·99. He said
that at the time mat me "thought of the day" is broadcasted in the morning, he was in IUs gym classand therefore did notknow
whatthe "'thought of the day" wason 4-20.99. Rol>en Massie saidlIIat he did not know who DylanKlebcld wasprior to this
in<\dent, and does not recall seeinghim before otberrIlan phowgraplts in the mediasince the shooting.

I showed Room Massie' photograph of the duffle bag and the propane tank lIIat was later recovered in the cafeteria of
Columbme HighSchool. Robert said tlllll be does notrememllerseeing eitheritem.eitherpriorto or duringincident on4·20·99

I asked Robert Massie how be has been copingwith the incident """e the 'hooting on ...20.99, end h. said h. had some
problems. however, be reel' he is doingfairly well dealing withthe incident. I askedhisgrandmother. Pat Massie, andshesaid
she agreed tnat he was doing fairly well, however, in ~ beginning, after the shooting, for about the first one to \WO weeks.
Raben washaving","", probl""",dealing withthe incident, I gavc both Pat Massie and Rebert Massie my business cardand
asked them to contactme iftbey wanted to talk with' JCSO Victim Advocate in the futuro. [odvi$ed I would make the necessary

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Caley Drive. Since the mooting, RoI>ett!wl sincechanged residenc.. and is now living _ his father, Bob Massie, and
gl'1l1ldparems at 5065 Umatilla Stteol. Robert and l'at Massie said this was duo to family problems and not duo to <11. shoonng
that occurred at Columbine High School 0.4-2&-99 POt Mimi. saidthat as 1M as sheknows RoI>ett has notdecided yetwhether
he will rerum to Columbine High School i., the fall of 1999 or go '0 Ranum High School in Adams County. Apparently 'he
decision is goingto be basedon the family situation IU the time.

DISPOSlIIQN, Case remains open,pendinll further investigation.

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MATTESON. JOllN TIMOTHY

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J1:l"l'IlllSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTOIl.NllY' S OFnc.

S"tlJPLl!MI!l'rAL RliIPORT

lleh"dAnt, HARRIS ! lCLElilOLD Docket !lUml:ler:


Dete , MAY 12, 1999 CAse !lUml:ler' 99A062
Deputy D. A. , Investigator: DOYLE,?J

FBI CASE 174A D1I-57419

WITNESS CONTROL WJMBER 2S04

JCSO CASE 99-7625

Reporting P,J. Doyle t is a comrIlissionad peace


investigator,
officer employed by the District Attorney in the First Judicial
District Attorney's Office serving Jefferson and Gilpin Counties, I
am cur~ently assigned to assist in interviewing witnesses from
columbine High School.

OnMay 10, 1999 I spoke with John Timothy Matteson, a sophomore.


DOS: 12-5-82
6075 W, Geddes Avenue
Littleton, CO S0128
303 932-6525
Mom is Patrice works at home
Dad is John work, 303 762-0505

He goes by the name of Tim. His mother was present for part of
the interview, If" eold me the following,

Tim attended all his regular classes. During his second hour,
he has Student Senate. The Senate met in the cafeteria and he sat

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at: one of t:hose t:a.bles by t:he st:udent. seore which are not on t ne
diagram. He was in the cafeteria from around S:4S to about: 8:50.
lle didn't see anything at that time that didn' t seem to belong in
th.. cafeteria, He saw no one wandering around that: didn't S .... m to
belong there,

Tim said that 4th hour is his off hour. H.. went: eo l·~oh and
had passed through the cafeteria on his way to th.. mall. His 4th
hour is at: 10:20, H.. got baak at about 11:10. He wa1k.. d baok in to
t.he cafeteria by the student store. ~e usually waits for some
friends, didn (t. see t.hem. Those friends are Joseph Marino and Brian
B1askovich. He walked back outside the door by the acudenz store.
He saw il car that Joseph or Brian had been driving. That car was
park..d along Pierce Street in the Jl.lnior parking lot on the east
side of th.e school. Tim didn I t remember who I s car it was or what it
looked like. No one was in ehe car. Tim went back in through t:he
same doors by the stud..nt sto>:e. H.. ....nt in and sat: at tablEt x .
Also sitting ther.. w.. re TOm Clagett, Dan Yager, Zaak Thompson, Saot:t
St:r....t and Joe Tran.

Tim was sit.ting there talking to the others. Coach Sanders and
a oustodian ran in t:he door by th.. teaaher's lounge. He said they
were yelling for everyone to get down. Tim dropped down by his
t ab Le . He heard one or two gun shots. They sounded like bang.
Bang. He said that it didn't sound like an automatic, just the two
shots. He said t:hat the shots sounded like they were coming from
outside, up on the hill. He said that he heard an explosion. He
looked up and aa.. a big cloud in the parking lot, from out of the
windows.

Tim said that all of a sudden, all the kids around Stood up and
started screaming and running towa>:d the east side of the
aafet.. ria. Tim said that he thinks when he got: up, h.. tri..d to grab
his hack pack, and it. may have ended up at: Moeher tabl".

Tim ran up t:he stairs to the top of the seeps. one of ehe
teachers camEl <:!own and at the soience hall, talc! t:he kids to aalm

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down. He then heard five gun shots right in a row, five quick
shots. The shoes sounded like th.ey were coming from down st.airs,
like echoing from somewhere. He sprinted down the hall, going
east. He went through the double doors and outside down the cement
stairs. He said that he got out before the fire alarm went off. He
went to Tom Clagett's house.

Tim neVer saw any shooter{sl .

Tim said that he saw no duffel bags and no


carrying one
anything suspicious. He said that !ri~ Harris was in his gym class
last semester, but Tim didn't know him. He knew Dylan Klebold by
sight, but didn't see Dylan Or Eric at school on Monday or Tuesday.

Tim left his Black Sport Plus back pack in the cafeteria.
There was papers in it and a calculator.

Tim said that he saw . . in the back of a police oar the


day of the shooting, but had not seen him around the school. Tim
said that he had gone to school with since
Kindergarten. He knew. by sight.

Tim said that on the day of the shooting, he had been wearing
brown sandals, khaki cargo shorts and a long sleeved blue shirt.

Tim said that he aoesn't use the internet, knows no one with
double pierce<:! eyebrow. and notice<:! nothing different on the Rebel
News Net'WOrk.

A diagram of the cafeteria is attached.

~ further information at this time.

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JBPFXasON COUNTY OISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OP?IC~

Defendant, (Columbine shooting) Docket Numb..r, 99AO.2 IX)


Oat.. : 050899 C..... Number: 99-7.25
Dep\1ty D.A.1 InvestigatQr: Mike Heylin

WITNESS,

Alexis Maz\1la DOB, 080284


11648 W. Aqueduct Dr.
Littleton, CO 80127
303-933-6543
c/o father; Peter Mazula (w) 303-972-3315
step-mother; Susan Mazul.. (w) 303-595-6723
mother; Sieglinda Donohue
460 N 9th PI.
Brighton, CO 80601
303-637-0959
-CHS student; was in lunch line with Jenny Naifehl in cafeteria. at
table LL with Lindsy Dowling, Candace Cushman, Drew (UlU) and Ryan
(!.NUl; saw male in black w"st of cafeteria when incident statted;
saw male in black going up toward stairs outeide cafeteria; ~~own
if same male or not; no f\trther desct'iption; saw no duffle bag;
while running up the stairs she heard an unknown at.udent, yell the
name of also heard a student say the. n a m e _
while ruIi.D.ing; gave' parents Internet information on Eric Harris she
obtained on her computer on AOL after the incident; heard from
others that Dylan Klebold toloi a janitor on April 19, 1999 that he
should watch the ne.,,, on the 20th ae a "big thing' was going to
happen.

INVESTIGATION:

1
On May 7, 1.999 at ~e17 hours I cont acced Alexis Mazula at her home
Eor an interview. Her mother was present (lives in Brighton)
Alexis :~en told me the following,

• She is a fres~~ a: Columbine Hi.h.

• When asked, she. jid not k..'"lOW Eric Karris or Dylan Klebold by
name or face.

• She did not. k.."10W _ c r- ~:JY face or name.

... She has seen t.re:nc:::h coat; students hanging out at school, She
usually saw them in the morning by t.he library or in front by c:.he
trophy caae , Sh.. does not bow any of their name... 'rhe only
associates of the trench coat students she knows about are Brooks
Brown who she said did hang out with som.. of the trench coat
students _ and a senior girl in her 6th hcu.r guitar class wbo she
thought knew Dylan and Eric. She did not know this girl-s name but
said she has brown hair and has a brother who is a freshman.

.. She never heard the name IlTrench Coat Mafia" prior to the: day
of the shooting.

.. When asked, she said she did not see any of the trench coat
students or their associat@s in school the day of the shoo~ing. She
did say that when people were getting down in the cafeteria she aaw
a male dressed all in black outside the cafeteria in the west lot.
About 5 minutes later she saw a male all in blaok walking up toward
the st.Airs outside the cafeteria. She did not know if it was the
same person Or not. She could not desoribe the person any further
saying she just remembered black. She did nat remember seeing i f
the person was holding anything.
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* When asked, she said she did not gee any suspicious objects in
scheol that da.y. When askea specifically. she said she aia not see
any duffle bags,

• en the' day of the shooting, her 4 t.h hour class "'.. s choi;:-,
After getting out at: 11:10 a.m. she went down to cne cafeteria and
put her backpack on a chair at a table there and "'ent into the lunch
line that was the farthest east line, Lool<ing at the diagram, she
thought the table was LL as she and her friends usually take the
three tablu in that area, The backpack lise also showed her
backpack recovered at table LL, She was in the lunch line with a
Jennizer Naifeh,

.. A.ft.er gettl.n:g lunch, she r-ecur-ned to ta!:;lle r;..L and remembered


the tollowi~g studant.s t.here also; tindsy Dowling, Candace C~sb~an.
Drew {last name unknown) and Ryan (last name unknown) '

• She then noticed that Mr, Sanders was running around the
cafeteria in front of the west windows and then down along the food
lines and was saying, 'get down on the ground," Sh<\l then heard ..n
explosion and saw SmOKe O\Jt in th€i: lot wast of the cafoeteriil. She
then heard reports like firecrackers.

• She got down but looked up at times. She saw a male dressed
all in bl ..ok in the lot just west of the west windows walking toward
the cafeteria. About 5 minutes later she saw a male dressed all in
black going up by the seairs outside the cafeteria , She did not
know if it was the same male and had no further desoription,

• She thought from the sounds and student re..ctions that the male
in black she saw may have had a gun, but sh.. did not see any.

• She then get her group to take off running. She ran upstairs,
turned left down the hallway, and ran straight out the ....st door to
that hallway, As she was running, she did hear what she thought
wer" gunshots, Sh" ran to Leawood !lark and then around the
neighborhood until she found a phone at a house.

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... She was wearing a black Calvin Klein shire, jeans, and. large
placform shoes.

• She said chat the night of the shooting, she got on the
In~ernat on ~CL and pulled information off of Eric Harris r web site.
She remembered seeing talk of bombs on that. site. She gave t.hat
information to he.r father and step-mother. She does not knew i f
t:hey still have it. (E'at:her and step-mother not home for this
interview. )

• She also heard sometime after the shooting students talking


aeeuc Dylan !Uebold telling a janitor on the day before the shooebg
1:.0 watch the news t.he next day, r::.hat:. it "big thing" was going to
happen.

This concluded my ineerview with Alexis Ma%ula.

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