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LAKEWOOO poweE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT

JORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99.38856


VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: Q5-c7.99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2846, FBI: 174A·ON.57419, JCSO: CR#99.7625, TEAM 4,
CAFETERIA WITNESSES, COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL

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She slated that after she gal something 10 eal she and loni Browrl'and Katie Thompson sat outside. Dawn
indicated on the larger diagram where she sat with an "X' She stated lhey were oulslde perhaps fIVe minutes
before they heard shots, She stated there were kids outside j" the parking lot at the time and she did not see
anyone wearing a long, black coat. She stafed there were giris that ran and hid behind cars on the west Side of
the school and she indicated where on the diagram. She also indicated on the diagram where she saw a girl fall
to the ground, this is where she put a circle and a "X'
Dawn stated she ran into the cafeteria through one of the south exit doors. Sheheard someone say that
someone has a gun, She never saw the shooter. She stated she got under the first table near the student
entrance. She then ran east in the lower level hallway intothe lastforeign language room. She stated there were
20 to 30 kids and two teachers with her, She did not knowwhat the teachers' names were. At this time the fire
alarm went off, She heard shots being fired upstairs. She staled they were In the room for apprOXimately ten
Jtes before they went out the south door, Dawn slated she andothers ran throughthe junior/senior parking
lot. She did not notice any car coming or going at this lime from the parking lot. She stated they stayed on the
west side of Pierce and went to the first house off of Piercesouth of the school, She stated this was a seminary
house and she stayed there for three to four hours.
Dawn stated she left her backpacknext to the tablewhereshewas hiding under Insidethe backpack she
had her scncouo. her wallet, a geometry bock, and a government book, Shewas wearing blackshorts and blue
Shirt.
She stated she thought she remembered the thought for the day as beingsomething lilte, "I bet you wish
you weren't here'.

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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE 51'" f Cj 'j
l\1INIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

1. Did you ever... !he twO large duffel bags ill the cafetoria ?
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3. Did you see Eric llmis or Dylan Klebold either on MOllday ofT!IlO$d.ay? Wlw were tlll!y doing?
Wlw did tIley say? Were they wil!l anyoue else?
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4. Did you leeveanyl!ling b<bind in tileeafoleria or aoywbmo else in tile school ?
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7. Have you ilellrd :u:yl!lillg from anybody else about other SU5I"""S, bomb lDlIItiDg, gun buyiq, _ ?
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Agent Larry A. Brown. Colorado Bureauof Investigation. 600 Kipling St. Suite 4000. Denver. CO,
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DATE!l1M.E nffi'oTERVIEV<' April 20. 1999, between 12:30p m. and 2 p.m
Follow up interview,April 29, 1999. 10'15 a.m.

PLA,CE of INTERVIEW, Nez Columbine High School on Caley cr , Littleton. Co


Follow up interview, telephonic to his residence

DISPOSITION: II'<TERVIEW OHIlE FOllOWIl'iG.


Jeremy ),!ULLEN. DOB 08·18·82. 6il/l8 S. M~hal Dr, Littleton. CO. pbone (303) 730.6712

MUllEN saidbe. along with Michael KlSHand Sean:-IOSSAMAI'1, was seated in the cafeteria ora table
Dear the eeceee 50 lounge at approximately 11 20 - Ll 30 a.m. eating lunch, Ml1.LEN beard three loud
pepping sounds and then saw three people lying on [he floor Oee of the people lyingon the floor was a
freshman complaining that he could ncr move. Mt.llEN said they heard a very loud blast and could feel
the concussion. He believed the blast originated from 7~ - WO feel: away A custodian. known only to
Ml-1.LE:oi as TOM,toldeveryone to gel on tbe 000' YlDllE:oi said be and KlSH ranmto the kitchen and
hid inside of a bathroom with four other srudenrs. According to Ylt'U.EN. he stayed inside the bathroom
for approximately 45 mmures to an hour ),K1.LE:i Staled Du,tin GORTON and BrettKOSTA.L'iICK.
two of the people hiding in tile bathroom. venturedout to see if::he cafeteria was clear while ~tLLE;-'i
staved and comforted a fngl1lened female ,moen<. MD1.LEN stated that afterGORTON and
KOST AL~1CK indicated. it was dear to leave. MtllE;-,i went to the dlshwashing room. banged on the
door in and aaempred to coax those hiding raside ro Je~l'lie with (hem. The people inside had barricaded
themselves in and. refused to come our. Mt1J..E:"l stared they beard noises above me ceiling tile so the-
group movedfaster to get our of thecaferena. Mt1.l..E~ said he heard a loudbang of something heavy
falling through the ceiling, Tile:;roup then ran throughtho cafe",r,. and bid behindcars in the parkinglot
near the stairs. Other students in the parkinglor said a !Cacbcr had fallenthrough the ceiling. MeLLEN
and KtSH met upagain with NOSSA.\1A.'i in the parking lot and the three cf rhem laterran to the soccer
field where mey took cover inside of a police car _The police transported them to Caley Court where a
triage an<! ho!ding ;;,rea. W:lS established, :At1.LE;\i stared the cafeteria had ilppeared normal prior to the
attack, Ml 'LLE~ said he did not notice any Str.ln:ge backpacks or bags in the cafeteria. Be also said he did
not see the shooters but could hear them comingdo\'o'O tbe stairs as he ran inside the kitchen.

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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

I. Did you eversee the rwo larg« dull:el bop ill the Cllf<llllria 1 NO
2. Did you see ..,youe car<yins or in the p<JOSO$5io. of th"'" dull.'el bags.at a previcus time 1 tk

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IlaIri.s or DylanIQebold either 00 Monday ofTuesday? Wbal were they doinS1
Wbaldid they ",y' Were they withanyo... else? NO

4. Did youleaveaoytbiog boluod in the c _ or anywbete else ill dle s<:!lool? !"A~ I \9. \i ,t"'" Sf\+."'~c«p",<:,
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7. Have yw boardanytbiIlg from anybodyelse about other SIIS\lOClS, boIIIb I3IllklJlc, IIUIl buyln(, eo:. ?

8. Wbat were you wearing? Did yon bave a baclt pack ? Wbal did it lookliklo and! or bove io it ?
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IS. Did yo. see or _ any....ual........"""'ts prior to the _ p ? Do youknow wbar the
"Though, of the daywas"over the Rebel Ne... Nerwotk(RNN)?

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JAMrE M, MUNKEBY. DOBJ5-6-83 W/F
6526 SOUTHYARROW WAY
LITTLETON. CO 80123
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STUDENTCOLUMBINE HS SOPHOMORE
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MARJL'iN D. MUNKEBY. ooB/1·2·54 WfF
SAlvlE ADDRESS/PHONE AS ABOVE.
WORK 7931 SOUTH UPHAMST.
LITTLETON. CO 80128
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INVESTlGATION
On 4-21·99. between the hours ofl517 and 1604.I ltad an oppo<tUnity to interview Jamie in reference to what she observedin
me cafeteria at Columbme H.S. on 4-2()'99. Also present during the interview was her mother. Marilyn.

Jamieslated OIl 4-20·99. that she had just left bet4tb period class whicb is language. Jamie said the passing bell rings at 1110
hours. and she arrived at the cafeteriaaround 111810 1120hours. She stated the reason she was late in getting to the cafeteria
Was that she had to go to the off"'e to pay for bet school parkingpass. After she left the school office, she staled she walked
down the mainhallway. until she reached the middlehallwayon the left, at which time she proceeded south through the school
-'l~ down to the science and math hallway, at which time she proceeded west to the stairs and down into the cafeteria. As she

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reachedthe cafeteriaarea she identified table,.AAA"as the table shesat at Also at the table were her friends, Brittany Davies.
Lindsey Wyant. Brandy(uak last name), Tiffany l unk lastnome), Tiffany', boyfriend, possiblyfirst nameof John. I askedJamie
if uponarrival into the cafeteriaarea if siteobservedtwo largeduffel bag, or sports type bag. r described one as hemg blue in
color, and the other as being orange-ish/redin color. I asked If she observed those packs or if she had observed anyone bring
thosepacks in the cafeteriaand place them in the generalarea of Iter table. She stateddue to the amountof backpacks inside the
cafeteria she did not see anybody carrying anything like that and leave it in the cafeteria. Jamiesaid aftershe placed her backpack
at her tableshe went to the food service linewhere she got her lunchand later returned back to her table. Shortly after 'he sar
down she remembers hearing two or three "pops" described as gunshotsoutside. just west of the cafeteria area, Jamie stated
shortly after the pops 'he observed a school teacher by the name of Mr. Sanders. standing near the north/west door' of the
cafeteriawhere he was tellingstudentsto get down under their rabies. Alsoby Mr. Sanderswas a janitor whoshe described as
short, skinny, and this individual was also telling them to get down, Shortly after thi, Jamie explained hearing an explosion,
~Iling me she believed it was just overhead and possiblyin the vicinity of the Iibrary upstairs. at which time herself and other
individual, went into the kitchen Itallway wherethere wereabout "60" student' gatheredand two teachers, Ms.Abbottand "l"
Killian, Fromthe kitchenarea they went intotho auditorium which allowedthemto gain access into the main ""por levelof the
school at which time they wont past the tech lab, past the counselors room where they exited a north/westdoor. at which time
the srudernsran north to where they jump¢d a fence and proceededinto Clement Park.

ramiewasasked if she everobserveda gunman whileshe was in the cafeteria area or aftershe exited Columbine H,S, She stated
sheneversaw a gunman, Jamiewas asked to describe her dresson 4-20·99, Shesaid she was dressed in a black tanktop. a kaiki
colored'kin. She was wearing blackslip on shoes. She wasalso asked If she leftany other additionalitem' insideColumbine
H.S,when she left on Tuesday, She stated the only items she left was her backpackwhich was located in tilecafeteriaarea,and
of course she had school books in her locker,

Jamie was asked if she knew the members of the TrenchCoat Mafia, to include Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. She stated she
neverknew the individuals and didn't knowmuchaboulthe grt)"", I ..ked if she had overheard any rumorsin school reference
to this incident possiblyoccurring. She said the only tilingshe overheard was that there was a bomb threat made at the school

-n Monday,4-19-99, Jamie was aske<! if she recognized any other peoplesitting at other tablesaround her. She Slated at table

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Again f verifiedthat Jamiedid not see the two largeduffelbagsor sports bag that were in the cafeteria,and also verifiedshe did
not see any gunman at ColumbineH.S.

At me completion of my interview I provided Jamie with. map of lIle cafeteria area at the high scbool at which time she
documented her movement from !he cafeteria and her seating location. A copy of that map is stlaehed 10 this supplemental report.

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Jennifer Ann Munson, DOH 09/07/1984, 6553 South


Brentwood Way, Littleton, Colorado, telephone (303)742-0939, a
student at Columbine High School, was interviewed at her home in
the presence of her father, Larry Munson, by Special AgentlSA)
Ricky V. Wright regarding the incident that took place on
04/20/1999 at Columbine High Schaol. After being advised as to
the identity of the interviewing agent and the nature of the
interview, Munson provided the following information:
At approximately 11,oa am, Munson got out of dance
class, which was in the wrestling room, and left the gymnasium
area. Munson went west down the north main hall and then south
by the library and down the stairs to the cafeteria. Munson sat
down at a lunchroom tablelmarked V on diagram sketch) and notieed
that she had lost her purse. Munson decided to go and look in
the classrooms she was in earlier that day. Munson left the
cafeteria and went to the math hall and the language arts hall
and looked in classrooms there. Munson then went to the chair
room, which is just east of the stairs to the cafeteria and found
her purse. someone had turned in the purse to the choir teacher,
Mr. Andres. Munson does not recall seeing anything unusual while
she was looking for her purse. Munson then returned to the
cafeteria and sat down. Munson remembers that Valerie Jugert,
Sara Filipiak, Alex Goldberg, Lindsy Blair, Naomi Lucero, and
Brandi Malnson. were also sitting at the table. Munson was
sitting facing east. Munson recalls that Valerie Jugert was
sitting to her left.
Munson got up and got a soda from a soda machine in the
northeast corner of the cafeteria and sat back down. She was
drinking her soda when she saw about 20 students running down the
north side of the cafeteria toward ~he $tairs~ Mr. Sanders was
running down the south side of the cafeteria telling everyone to
get dewn. Munson got under the table and could hear popping
sounds coming from outside. Munson recalls that there.were a lot
of people screaming while they were under the tables. Everyone
then got up and started to run. Munson got up and ran up the
stairs and then east down the south main hall and out the exit at
the end of the hall. Once outside, Munson ran across Pierce
Street to Leawood Park.

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Trenchcoat M.fia. Munson does not have any Internet acz-een neme .
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shoes, blue jeans, and glasses. Munson does not recall what
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2. Did you see anyone carrying or in the possession of those duffel bags, at a previous time? }J 0

3. Didyou see Eric HaIri. or DylanKlebold!litheon Mondayof Tuesday ? Whllt were m.:ydoing? PtlP/' ~..BiU
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12. Can you provide anyfUtlller information on the rnombets of lb. Trench COllt Mafia?

13. Askthe parentsif the kids havetold them anything else? Different?

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LEIHA MICHELLE MURPHY. 006107-03·83


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Columbine High School Student-I Oth Grade

INVESTIGATION:

On 04·30·99. at about J J'15 a.m.. J interviewed CHS student Letha Murphy at herresidence as follow up to DN2059 Leiha's
mother. Colleen Murphy. was present during the interview.

Leiha told methaton 04·20-99. ill about 11,10 a.m.. shehad just finished her fourth period class. Consistent withher normal
rccnne, Leiha said that she met two Other snzdems, who sheidentifiOd as AM Marie Kelly andTasha Nygard. and rhat the three
of them then walkeddownstairsand enteredthe cafeteria to eat lunch.

Upon entering 'he cafeteria. Leihas..d that she placed her haekpack on 'op of lunch table BBB or AAA. When asked ifshe
could remember specifically whichtableit was. Leiha 'aid. "['m rIlinking more AM." Leiha saidher table "was rightby 'he
serving line" After placing herbackpack on saidtable, Leiha said that sheentered theserving line inorderto purchase a school
lunch. Leiha told methaIwhilestanding in rile serving line. she remembered hearing a bell ring. I asked Leiha which bell she
was referring to. She said It was 'he "five minute bell." which indicated to her that it was 11.15 a.m. Leiha said 'h.t she
obtained a lunch from the servinglineand brought it back to hertable. Letha said that she set her lunch on the tableand then
remembered that she wanted to gela sodapop. At that time. Leiha saidthatshe remembered seeing students Ann"lane Kelly.
TashaNygard, Tiffany Spevak. Jean Richer. and Brandi Wiseman sitting at saidtaole. Leiha saidshe turned around and started
walking toward thesodapopI vending machines located inthe northwest comerof thecafeteria. Leih. said thatas shewalked

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toward the soda machines. she stopped approximately midway betweentable WWand tnecorner of theserving line, whenshe
noticed "approximately ten to fifteen students" congregated near the exit door, also located in the northwest corner of the
'Cafeteria.

Leiha told me that she assumed that there was a fight takingplace outside,and that upon looking through the windowson 'he
west side 'Of the cafeteria. directly west of tables WW and VV, she saw an individual whom she identified as
Leiba told me t h a _ w a s standingon Or near the sidewalk.approximatelyten to fifteen feet west of the windows next
to tables WW and VV Leiba said "I ia~ [think I saw him because he was away from the crowd outside H J

asked Letha what this individual was wearing Leiha said. "He was wearing his trenchcoat and he had his hair down:' Leiha

told me that the trenchcoar was black. I asked Letha if she happened to notice anything unusual 01' any distinguishing marks
or features on the trencbcoat, Leiha said that she did not. I asked Leiha if she was certain that this individual wa~
Leiha said, "On yeah, I'm certain" She then said. "I saw his fi<:e full on, I remember seeing his face completely " Leiha
.hen SOld. "I remember him graduating last year:' I asked Leiba if she personally knew_ l.eiha told me that ,he
did not personally know him, but remembered him from last year. Leiba said that on certain occasions. she remembered him
wearing "makeup on his face and hands" and thar because of that. he stood out from other students,

I asked Leiha what this individual was doing when she saw him. Leiha said, ""I rememberhim standing. l thoughthe hadJUS!
been involvedin the fight." Leiba said that she did not remember him holding anything in his hands. Leiha said."I remember
him running. starting to run." I asked Leiha ifsha rememberedin what direction thi> individual ran. Leiha told me that 'he
did not remember 'he direction. I asked Leihaif she specifically remembered 'his individual actuallyfUIlning Leiha said. "He
was either walking really fw or be was running, It was notjust a stroll or just a regalar walk."

Letha told me that after she recognized ~e stood in place for approximately fifteen seconds. whereupon she heard

someone from the crowd yell to 'get down.' l.eiha said she does not rememberspe<:ifically who yelled this, but thinks it may
havebeen a custodian whomshe remembered standingby medoor among the crowdof students. Leibadescribed the custodian
as a white male, "upper thirties to mid forties."

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Letha told me that simultaneously with the command to get down. several students within the crowd near the northwest door

began to scream and dive under tables. Leiha told me that she quickly rart to and crawled under <able WW or VV Leiba said
that she could not remember which <able it was, but confirmed it wasone of said talliesas indicatedon the cafeteriamap Letha
said that the table she crawled under "was right against the wall." indicating the west wall on the north end of the cafeteria
Leibatold me thar she remembered students Mike Lavan.Shanncn Ryan.and rash. Olson being with her underneathtable \ \
or WW While underneath said table. Leiba told me that she beard a loud pop. which she thought was a single gunshot. Leiha
told me that she remained under the table. facing west. for approximately two minutes. During: that lime. Leihasaid that she
did not see anything that was taking place outside becauseshe was facing the wall below the bank of windows. Leiha said that
during this time. there were numerous screams and a great deal of commotion among the students nearby and from other
students within the cafeteria. l.eiha said that after about rwo remures, and while still underneath the table. she turned around
(facing east) to see where her friends were. Leiba said that she "saw people running up the (interior) stairs," and decided to
leave the cafeteria as quickly as possible.

Leihasaid she then crawled aut from underneaththe table and ran eastward, in front of the serving line. back to table AAA or
BBB where she retrieved her backpack. and then continued eastward to the northeast corner of the cafeteria. near some
bathrooms. Leiba told me that near the bathrooms. she remembered seeing a reacher. who she identified as Mrs. Regnier, who
was usheringstudents away from the windowsand intothe bathroomson that side of the cafeteria. Leihatold me that she thtnks
teacher Dave Sanders may also have been in that area, ushermg students up the stairs, but is not sure. Leiha said that she did
net enter a bathroom. Letha said that while she was near the barhrcoms, she "heard two explosions in that upper hallway,"
referring to the hallway up the interior stairway. Letha said that she was eventually ushered out of the cafeteria, along v.. uh
students Ann Marie Kelly and T05ha Nygard. Leiba taid me that she exited the lower level by way of the auditorium. which
lead upstairs 10 the upper level of me school Letha Said that she and others then exited the auditorium and eventually the
school through the doors located on the east side of Ute gymnasium.

Lethatold me that at no time while inside the cafeteriaor later while exiting the school did she ever see anyone with a gun or
anyone doing any shooting. Leiha told me that she did not see Eric Hams or Dylan Klebold at any time. Leiha told me that

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upon entenng thecafeteria, and up 10 the pointthat she left 'he cafeteria, she did not recall seeing any duffle bag(s) or anything
else she might consider suspicious or out of the ordinary, Letha told me that 10 her knowledge, up to the time when she
o b s e r v e d _ standing outside, and the commotion that ensued thereafter, there had been no unusual commotion
laking place insidethe cafeteria.

Priorto concluding the lnterview.J presented Leihawitha photo lineup to see ifshe could identify the individual whoshe had
seen outside the cafeteria. Leiha read and signed the photographic line up admonition at 12.37 p.m. Leins then viewed the
photolineup showlng_in position number 3, Leiba immediately pointed to photonumber3 and said,"that's him ..
Leiha thensigned and dated the photolineup form at 12:40 p m.,marking -posruve" identification and photonumber "3:' Said
photo lineup was witnessed and signed by Leiba's mother, Colleen Murphy, and myself. Leiha then dated and initialed
photograph number3 at 12:40 p.m, The photolineup andassociated forms werethen collected by me, In addition, Icollected
the catesene map on whichLeibaindicated thedirection she took in order to exit the cafeteriaand school The intervle-....- was
concluded at about 12:50 p m.

Leadsheets for 'he following individuals were prepared and submitted for students Mike Levan, Shannon Ryan.Tasna
Olson. Ann Marie Kelly. Tasha Nygard, Timmy Spevak,Jean Richer, Brandy Wiseman, and teacherNolene Regnier,

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CASE #99-1625
REPORTING AGENCY: JCSO
REPORTING OFFICER: DEPUTY STEVE LUCIA."iO ~L
DATE OF TInS REPORT: 1()"21-99
CONTROL #5066

WITNESS:
Leilia M. Murphy, OOBI1-3-83
5352 S. Holland Street
Littleton, Co. 80123
303-904·0284

INVESTIGATION:
On I()..22·99 Columbine High Scheel Student Leilia Murphy was re-interviewed at 5352
South Holland Street Her mother, Colleen Murphy, was present for the interview.

The purpose for the re-interview was 10 clarify Murphy's observations during the April
20'" shootings at Columbine High School, specifically the statements made by Murphy

Wearing
during an interview on 4-30·99 with Task Force investigators. In that interview, Murphy
stated that she was certain that she saw
the sidewalk approximately 10 10 15 •
a trench coat and standing near
est of the cafeteria windows when the
shooting started.

Murphy told me that she was in the cafeteria when the shooting started. Murphy said she
noticed several students standing near the door at the northwest comer of the cafeteria
near the teacher's lounge. Murphy looked OUt the cafeteria windows and saw a male
wearing a trench coat standing at the bottom of the cement stairs. A short time later
Murphy heard someone yell that someone had been shot, at which time Murphy saw the
male in the trench coat run. Murphy then hid underneath a table in the cafeteria for three
10 five minutes. She then got up and ran towards the elevators, when she heard an
explosion from upstairs. Murphy stated that she ran through the auditorium and then
exited the school through a door by the weight room and art room. While running out of
the school, Murphy noticed that the glass was broken out of the main school doors.

Later in the afternoon of 4-20-99 Murpny heard on the news that members of the Trench
Coat Mafia were involved in the shooting. At that lime, Murphy recalled ~
being a member of the Trench Coat Mafia. She looked up his pholograph~
school yearbook and recognize~ the same person she saw in the trench coat
standing at the bottom of the c~rs. Murphy stated lhat she saw_at
school several times during her freshman year ~enough limes to recognize hi~y

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staled that she does not recall ever seeing Dylan Klebold al school.

tba_
been interview by Task Force investigators and
that he was submitted 10, and passed, a polygraph lest. I further advised Murphy
~ an alibi which places him in his home at the time of the shootings.

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I then showed Murphy a series of four photographs (#44.A, 51.A, 52.A, 53·A) taken
from the video camera in the cafeteria. Photographs 51.A, 52·A and 53·A all picture
Dylan Klebold, After looking at those photos, Murphy agreed that the person she saw in
a trench coat ~ bottom of the cement stairs certainly could have been Dylan
Klebold, and not_ _

Without going into specific detail, I explained to Murphy and her mother that the
investigationinto the shootings has been extremely thoroughand at this point Task Force
investigators can confidently conclude, based on the evidence,that Eric Harris and Dylan
Klebold acted alone.

The interview was concluded with Murphy and her mother understanding and feeling
comfortable with my explanation. Additionally, Murphy understood thaJ: the person she
initially thought was~, in fact, Dylan Klebold.

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MUTSCHLER, T

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JlFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTOaNBY'S OFFICZ

Defencl.a:a.t, Docket NwllDer'


Date' June 4, 1999 Case NwllDer' 174A-DN57419
99-76'25
CN 2827
Deputy D .A. , Inve.tigator, Lauck

Trisia Mutschler
address, not given
303/948-0806
Mother - Jeanie Mutschler
303/795-6000, ext.345

CHS student. cafeteria witness.

On June 4, 199.9 1 this investigator met with Trisia Mutschler


and her mother, Jeanie. Trisia advised that she arrived in the
cafeteria at approximately 11,15 a.m., and went directly to the
school store. She said there was some unknown commotion which she
assumed was a fight until she heard someone yelling to the st'..tdents,
"get down." She said she then heard someone yelling for them to run.
She stated that she ran into the nearby girl's bathroom where three
other girls were already hiding. She stated that just before going
in there, she looked outside to the south and observed a male
subject wearing a white shirt, dark pants, and a black hat worn
backwards. She said he was looking towards the cafeteria and had
raised one of his arms into the air. Trisia said this was his left
arm and further that his left hand looked like part of it was
missing and was bloody.

Trisia said that she knew one of the girls with her Ln the
bathroom and identified her as Brianna Milme. She stated that from

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their location, she could hear gun shots. She said she heard
footsteps coming into the bathroom and then a bomb exploded inside.
She described hearing more shooting, more footsteps, and another
bomb exploding inside the bathroom. She said she thought some of the
gunshots were being fired from outside the bathroom through the
bathroom walls. She said they stayed there for about ten minutes and
then ran down the foreign language hall and out a south door,
through the parking lot to a residence on Polk Street - the seminary
house.

Trisia stated that she does not know Eric Harris or Dylan
Klebold and does not associate with the trench coat mafia.

Trisia's mother advised chat her daughter has until recently,


been very reluctant to talk about her experience at the school. She
has had one session with a counselor and her mother feels that
Trisia is having a difficult time dealing with this situation.

Nothing further at this time.

fiVestigator Date

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MYERS, SAMANTHA

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do not maintain that it contains alt af the facts or detBils at the incident, bur only those f/Jcts about which J have been
asked.

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

I!. Have themmark where they weresitting, their routeout of the buildingand whom
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CONTINUATION 0
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COMco;l;mg Case Rep()l't No Victim. Name Original: ~ Date rnaReport

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INVESTIGATION,
On 05-13-99, I was assigned control #1746 in order to speak witha SamaathaMyers. Myers had providedinformation staring
that she is an aid at the school and heard "kids" talking about two separate groups of shooters,one speakingGetman and one
speakingEnglish.

On OS-l3-99. at about0905hOUTll, I attempted tocontact Myers at her homephonenumber (303)948-5856, 11efta message on
her answeringmachinerequesting her to call me, I also left my pagernumber.

On 05-14-99. at 0915 hOUlS, [ received a page from Myers. At that time. I calledher back.

Myers staledthar Thursday. following the shooting, 04-22-99. her daughterhad been at a fellowship wherea cheerleader by the
me of AmyTerry was present. Terry stated 'be bad been lockedin a closet during the incidentat Columbine High School.
andtharshe heardpeoplespeaking German and peoplespeaking English dW'ing the incident. Myersrequestedhername not be
mentioned during the conversation with Terry. Myersreiterated this two or three times.

I entered a lead into the Rapid Stan programto follow-up with Amy Terry.

DISPOSITION, Open, pending furtherinvestigation.

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MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

1. Did you eversee the two large duffel bags in the cafeteria?

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2. Did you see anyone carryingor in the possession of those duffel bags, at a previous
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3. Did you see Eric Banis or DylanKlebold eitheron Monday of Tuesday? What were
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** UPDATED APRIL 28, 1999 **
TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

II. Have themmarkwhere they were sitting, theirroute out of thebuilding and whom
they were with (if known) ?

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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

I, Did youever see the two largeduffelbags in the cafeteria ry

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2. Did you see anyonecarrying or in the possession of those duffel bags, at a previous
time ?
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3, Didyou see Eric Harrisor DylanKlebold either on Monday of Tuesday ? What were
theydoing?
Whatdid they say? Were they with anyone else ?
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4. Did you leave anything behindin the cafeteriaor anywhere else in the school?
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6. Did you see or talk to any of the TrenchCoat Mafiamembers on Monday? Tuesday
? Howabout the prior weekor weekend?
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7. Have you heardanything from anybody else about other suspects, bomb making,
gun buying, etc.? 0ID
S. Whatwere you wearing? Did you have a back pack? Whatdid it look like and I or
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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
:MlNIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

11. Havethem marie where they were sitting, theirroute out of the building andwhom
they were with (if known) ?

12. How did you exitthe building 1 Where did you go when you got out andwhatdid
you see ~n the3Jl!5ide of the building?
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13. Do you use the Internet ry If so. what IS yourscreen name? Do youhavean leQ
(aka: 1seek you I similarto a chat line) account?

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

NO
15. Did you see or hearany unusual announcements prior to theshootings ? Do you
knowwhat the "Thought of thedey was"over the Rebel News Network (RNN) ?
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16. Can you provide any further information on the members of the Trench CoatMafia?

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17. Ask the parents if the kids have told themanything else? Different?
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STATEMENT
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I h""" '''lid th" folltgoing !!tatoment and th" f.cts contained therein ete tN. to the best of my knew/edge and belief. /
do not m6intain thar it contains 81/ of the facts or det8ils of the incidtmt, but only those facts 6bout which I hayti betfJ/'l
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JC..o01· 003868 1IIIIII0In
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I have "'ed the foregoing .tatement and rhe fact. contained therein .te true to the best of mv knowledge and belief, I
do not maintain that it coniains an of the facts Of dstails of the incident. but Qnly thc$1i1 fJlCts abovt which I have been
ssked.
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JC.o01· 003870
TEAM FOUR INTEllVIEW GL'IDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BEASKED

l. Did you ever seetile two largeduffelbags in me cal'el:erla? N,

2. Didyou see anyone cmying or in the possession of those duffi:l bags, at a previous time? ;,,J,

3. Did you see EricHarris or Dylan Kleb<lld either allMonday ofTuesday? Whar were they doing?
What did they say' Were they with anyone else? N)

5. Who were you with in <he cafeteria? Where were you sitting '? ~:r:: M'" ~ ........
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6. Did you see or talk to any of the Trench Coat Mafia t11fOmbers 00 Monday? Tuesday? How about me
prior week or weekl:nd ? "" "

Have you beard anything from anyb<ldy else ab<lur other SlJSPe<'ls, !l<lmb maJdnc, &U" buying,ole.? tJ,

8. What were you wearing? Did you havea backpack ? What did it look likll and I or have in it? ,
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9. .!i"w did you leave <he cafeteria or the bUildin~? W!latwere <h~ e'l!MltS mar lIlllCle~ IeltVe?, b~~J;;..,
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10. What time. did you enrutl:le eafelw 1 Where did youeQll3I: from (prien" <he cafeteria)?
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11. Have them mark where theywere sitting, tIleir route out of the building and wilo tbey were with (if
k:o.own) ?

12. Can you provide lllly funller lofOt!tllltiOll 00 the ll3I:mlle" of the TrenchCoa1 Mafia 1
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13, Ask tbe parents If tile kids havetoldthemaoythiog else? Diffe=?

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NAIFER. JENNlFER

JC-001· 003872
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Ca•• No, T7'-?62.r
Denver ponce DePllrtment
STATEMENT
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Summary ot Statement.

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do flOt rrJ8lntain th.t It cont.lns .11 of the f,cts Of detllil. of /hit mcident. but Qniy those f.ets IIbout which i h.ve be""
.sked.

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I heve re<Hi the for.golng stst.msnt and the facts containad therein Itt. w. to the best of my know"'drJe and belief. I
do not maintain that jt contains aN of the facts Of detai14 of the incident" but only tnos« facts about which J have ben
.$lead.

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Jc..o01.003874
l'EA..vI FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QT.iESTIONS TO BE ASKED

1. Did i"JU ever see the twO largeduffel bags in tlle cnfeteri. ?

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2. Dtd you seeanyoQe c:urying or in thepossession of those: duffel bags, at a previous time .,
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1 Did ycu see Eric Harris or Dylan KleboJdeither on Monday of Tuesday '! What were they doing 1
wbar did they my? Werethey with anyone else? l\C

4. Did you leaveanytbing behindin tho <:lfelelia or anywhereelse in theschool?


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S. Who wereyou. with in the cafererill? W'here were you sirting ~


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6. Did you see or talkto any of the Trench Coat Yfat'ia members 00 Monday? Tuesday1 Howabout the
prior week or weekend : "t": J""
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1, Have you beard JnytiUJ:::~ fromanybodyelse ,about ether $~ts, bomb making, gun buyinS, etc. ?
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3. Wha~ wereyou wearing 7 Did you have J. back pack? wbeedid It looklike and I or have in it ?
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9. How did you leavethe;3feteria or the building? ¥V'h.t1t were the events tll:u. rrt11de you leave?
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11. Have tbem mark where they were sitting,their route out of thebuilding and who they were With (if
known) ?

12. Ciln yOli pro'Vi<ie ImY ~"tber informl1r1on 00 the members. of theTrench Coat ~fafia ?
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NAIFlrn, MICllA.EL

JC-001. 003877
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Denver Police Department
STATEMENT

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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

1. Did you evers•• thetwo large duffel bags in 'be cafeteria?


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2. Didyou see anyone carrying or in thepossession of thoseduffel hags. at a previous time ?
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NASLUND, J

JC·001· 003884
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNIY'S OFFIC!

Defe~~t, (Columbine shooting) Docket NUmb.r, 99A062 {U)


Date, OS0699 e.... NUmber' 99-7625
D.puty D.A., Inve.tigator, Mike Heylin

WITNESS,

Julie Nasl'~d DOE, 111283


6382 W, Brittany Place
Littleton. CO 80123
303-797-9631
clo moth.r, Isabel Naslund {no work I
father, Cal Naslund (w) 303-649-SS09
... CHS stud-ant J in ca.feteria at table !I with Nicole Ray ¥ Valerie
Juge~t! Megan Piro, and Mamie {last name unknown}; saw no suspects,
saw unknown black pack of unknown type against the east side of the
pillar between tables W and HH; said a Daniel Romero (979-3116) and
a Niccle Ray {973-1SS11 told her that a girl named Melissa told them
she knew that the school shooting would happen two week", prior to
April 20th; d.escribed Meli"''''a (last name unknown; as having short
red hair; thought a freshman named Jamie Schaffner was an associate
of the trench coat group

INVESTIGATION:

On May 6, 1999 at 110D hours I contacted Julie Naslund at her home


for an interview. Her mother was pre"'Elnt. Julie then told me the
following:

* She is a freshman at Columbine High,

JC.o01· 003885
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• When asked about:. Eric Harris, she said she had a P.E. class
wit:.h him last semester. She said that if there was no P. E. class
during a particular <:lay, the class wculd go into the cafeteria for
the class time. She said that <:luring those times she would be at a
table with Eric Harris. She said that Eric did not talk to anyone
and just read unknown books. She said that Eric was good at P. E.
and did participate. She was told then l:>y several u.pper c Laaaman
that she shou.ld not talk to Eric because he was ·weird." She saw
Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold oft;.en this semester in the hallway
right after her 5th hour American Government class in the social
studies area. She never saw Eric in a trench coat.

• When asked about Dylan Klebold, she said that:. she did not know
his name but would see him with Eric in the hallway after her Sth
hour class. She thought Dylan always had a trench coat on.

• When asked, she did not know - - . .


. . She thought a girl who associat:ed with the trench coat
students was a freshman named Jamie Schoffner. She did not know any
others from the group she thought numbered 15. She has heard the
name "Trench coat Mafia" and associated them as a group, not a gang.

• When asked, she did not see any of the trench coat students or
associates in the school the day of the shooting.

• When asked if she saw any unusual objects in the school, she
said that she did see some kind of a black pack up against: a pillar
in th" cafeteria. Other than saying the pack was about the same
size as a backpack, she could not describe this pack any furt:her.
She did not know if it was a backpack or not. She just saw the pack
by the pillar and no one else around it. Referring to the cafeteria
diagram, she said the pack was against the east side of the pillar
between tables W and HR.

• She saw no other suspicious objects. When asked specifically,


she did not see any duffle bags.

JC-001· 003886
• On the day of the shooting, she had choir for 4th hour. After
getting out at ll:10 a.m., she went down the stairs to the cafeteria
and dropped her backpack off at the lunch table. Looking a:: the
diagram, she thought the table was either I I or !IN. Her backpack
was located at I I and she agreed that was the table.

• She then went into the Rebel Corner for lu.'lch and waited in
line with Megan Piro and Oa.'l Romero. After getting lunch, she
walked back to her table with Megan. They were at the table with;
Nicole Ray, Valarie Jugert, and a Mamie (last name unknown) .

• She said it only took about 5 minut:es to get the lunch. She
said she was into her third bite of her chicken sandwicll when an
unknown teacher (she did not know if it was Mr. Sanders) in a blue
and white plaid shirt 'Jias running around telling everyone to "get:
clown" and to "get uncler your table." She got down and Looked up.
The teacher saicl to "get back down." She saicl that everyone started
to run out of the cafeteria. She said talk of a gun being involved
had made its way to her table.

• She ran up the stairs and then went left down the hallway. She
ran straight down the hallway to the east door and then out to
Pierce 5t. and to Leawood Park. She said that she kept falling
because of the crowd of students and Nicole kept picking her up and
helping her.

• As she waS running out, she heard talk of black coats and guns.
She said there waS a lot of screaming. As she was turning left down
the hallway, she heard a loucl explosion or gunshot that she thought
came from the cafeteria. She said the report was "really loud."

• She was wearing plaid pants, a black Nike shirt and white
tennis shoes.

She saw no suspects

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NEDER.'lAN, M

JC..Q01.003839
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUPPL.&:Ml!liTAL REPORT

COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL Docket Number,


Date: 5/10/99 PBI' 174A-DN-57419
CONTROL N'tlM:BU, 2954 Investigator, Vondenkamp

On 5/7/99 I interviewed CHS cafeteria worker Marlene Nederman at her


home in Littleton, Co. Ms Nederman has worked in the Columbine High
School cafeteria for 2 years and was working in the kitchen of the
oafeteria on 4/20/99 from 6,30am until 11,30am.

She stated that she arrived to work at 6, 30am, a normal start time
for her. She began in the kitchen, doing prep work for breakfast and
lunch at the school. She recalled that the east serving line window
in the kitchen opens up from 7:00am to 9:30am for I:>reakfast. The
remaining 3 or 4 windows remain closed until they are opened up
around 11:00am, preparing for 'A" lunch.

Ms Nederman stated that she remained in the kitchen doing prep work
most of the morning. At 9: 45am she took a short break in the
teacherfs lounge near the kitchen, ~ut returned after her break. She
stated that around 11: 05am she pushed her cash cart out of the
kitchen and parked it near the frent support post on the west end of
the cafeteria. This is where she usually parks the cart, and takes
the kid's lunch money before they eat lunch. I provided Ms Nederman
a drawing of the cafeteria and the tables marked at CHS. I pointed
out certain areas to give her a better understanding of the drawing's
lay-out. Me Nederman pointed to where she pushed out the cash cart
and prepared for the "A" lunch crowd. Ms Nederman' s cash cart; was
parked direotly north of table ZZ, on the west side of the support
pole.

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JC..o01· 003890
Ms Nederman did not see any large duffle bags laying inside the
cafeteria. She did not see anybody carrying a large duffle bag into
the cafeteria and leaving it. Ms Nederman stated that over 150 kids
that have 4th hour free hang out in the cafeteria and many were there
on 4/20/99. She reiterated that she did not see anything unusual
that morning. specifically a large duf f Le bag laying alone in the
cafeteria.

Ms Nederman stated that Shortly after the kitchen began serving the
kids who came for "A" lunch she heard an e>cplosion out the west
windows. She was seated outside the kitchen collecting lunch money.
Many kids stood up to look out the windows. She saw smoke from
outside the windows and got down on the floor like everyone else was.
Many students began yelling and running towards the steps which go
upstairs inside the cafeteria. Ms Nederamn remained on the floor for
a few seconds. She began crawling back towards the kitchen with some
students. She heard wbat she believed to be 'rapid gunfire" near the
student entrance by rebel cOrner. She saw kids on the steps go down,
then get back up and run. Ms Nederman did not see anybody with a gun
during this time.

She got into the kitchen and hid in a corner. Tony. the maintenance
man then came in and told them to hidr better. He opened up a mop
closet inside the kitchen and Ms Nederman went inside with 10
students and 8 adults and locked the door. They remained inside the
mop room with Tony, who was able to communicate with the outside on a
portable radio. They heard what appeared to be gunfire above them en
the second floor. A few minutes later. they heard gunfire inside the
cafeceria and kitchen area. She did not hear anybody talking outside
the mop room. but believed there were people in the kitchen area
looking around.

Ms Nederman stated that around 1:00pm they heard 3-4 gunshots


upstairs. Around 1'15, the SWAT team arrived in the kitchen and
rescued the group. They exited out the teacher's lounge window with
SWAT escort.

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Me Nederman had no further information on the shooting or the TCM
students. She stated that her fellow cafeteria workers included
Linda (unknown last name), Karen Nielson and Sue Laine.

Marlene Nederman (OOB 11j14/SSl


11432 w. Roxbu.~ Pl.
Littleton, Co. 80127. (303) 948-2344

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JC-001· 003894
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SlCPPLE:lENT 1( JCSO WEBB 99-7625-11
Conn~ing CW R'O'?Qn!4tl Victim NameOliiJt\a! Repqn o.tt:Thi'SR~"

DN#3506 05-26-99
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WITNESS,
AngelaNelson. doblD1-16-83
6081 South Ingalls Street
Littleton. Colorado 80123
(J03)798-1293

INVESTIGATION i
On 05-25-99. ! spoke with Angela Nel500 originally by telephone. This lead was to determine her whereabouts during fifth
periodas records reflect she had this period free When I first contacted Angela Nelson by phone, 'he told me 'he was in the
cafeteria when the incident occurred. Basedon this informarion, alongwith the fact she did see the shootingoccur. r decided
to conduct the remainder of the interview In person An appointment was set for 1130 hours. this date.

On 05...25..99. at 1130hours. I contactedAngela Nelson againat her address, Presentduring the interviewwas Angela Neisen's
mother

Angela Nelson was asked if shecouldtellme whathadoccurred on 04-20-99 She told me immediately after History class. which
was her fourth hour class, she and a friend of hers. Kelly Fleming, left the class and walked westbound past the administrative
offices.to the hallway where the Libraryis at. Kelly Fleming was going to the Library to continue to work on a project. which
AngelaNeisen thoughtwas a biography AngelaNelsontold methat Kelly Fleming asked her if she wantedto come inside. and
she toldher that she was goingto the commons area, She then went to the cafeteriaarea and sat dOINTl at tableeither"T' Of "V'·
A map of the cafeteria was provided for Angela Nelsonto look at. She was not sure which table she was at. but she indicated
one of the two. While she was sittingthere, someof tae kids in the cafeteria started to get excited, and then she started hearing
screaming. She then looked outside inthe direction everyone was looking, andsawDylanKlebotd holding a rifle. Shedescribed
Klebold as wearing a trench coat, black pants, black hoots. and ball cap. She thought the ball cap was placedon with the bill
pointingforward. Kleboldthen began shooting towards the cafeteria. She remembers windows beingshot out. Shedid notsee
Eric Harris or an individual she couldidentify as Eric Harris. but did think she saw his boots and his pants. She was unable to
tell mehow she thoughtthi' individua! was Eric Harris, or whyshe thought thi' was Eric Harris. She then saw Klebcldmoving
alongto the westand north, alongthe side of the building, and then lostsigh!of him, She then ran eastbound downa hallway.

DffICer ~iUlJre ~ Unit Numbtr Super.iwr Inllials at\d Date - Pagt !

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and then southbound down a hallway into the Junior parking lot. As she ran jnto the parking lot. she saw a patrol car coming

into the parking lot headed westbound, She then followed numerous kids off of the school grounds onto Pierce Street and then

into the neighborhood just to the south of ColumbineHigh School. She then went into the third house on the right, and stayed
there for approximately a half hour to an hour She then left. and went to the drug store at Coalmine and Pierce where she
contacted her mother i asked AngelaNelson if she had her backpack with her at all times, and she said she did, She said when
she left the cafeteria, she tool< it with her

I asked AngelaNelson whileshe was In the cafeteria if she bed seen anytbingunusual, and she said she did not I specifically
asked her if she saw a duffle bag, and she said she had not. I asked her when she was in the parking lot and fleeing from the
school if she had seen any other individuals with dark clothingon, and she said she did not. I asked her how she knew it was
Dylan Kleboldsbe saw standingoutside with the gun, and she said she had been introduced to him by one of her friends some
timeago, Shesaid she alsoknew who Eric Harriswas. because everynowand thenthejocks would harassbothof them, i asked
net if she knew about the Trench Coat Mafia. and she said yes, she did. but it was through the picture in the yearbook. I asked
her ifthere was any additional information she had thatwouldbe- relevant to thisinvestigation, She said there is a rumoramongst
the studentsthatthere havebeen numerous warnings sent to the principal that something was going to happen, I askedher if she
could identify what that rumor was. and she said it was something to the effect like you are all going to die. I asked her if she
could tell me who she had heard this from. and she could not identifY a specific person. I asked her if she: could tell me more
about the weapon that Kleboid had, She described it as a long gun. and that he was shooting it like they do in the movies, She
held her arms up about halfway from hershoulderto her WaISt, as if sitewas holdinga longgun or a shotgun, I asked her which
hand he had it in, and she thought it was in his right hand. or to his right shoulder, I asked her if there was any additional
information she could tell me which would help this investigation, and she said there was nothing else she knew.

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WITNESSES'

TIMOTHY M. NEP. ooBI09·30·82


9612 West Cross Place
Littleton, Colorado 80128
(303)97\·0312
Student' Columbine HighSchool

SARAHNEP
Same as above
Self employed
(303)257.5271

HOWARDNEP
Sameas above
Bus. DPr Food Products
5575 Logan Street
Denver, Cclcrado 80210
(303) 296·8542

INVESTIGATION,

On 6.24-99." approximately 1030 hours.r responded to 9612West CrossPlace to contact and interview Timothy tv! Nep. who
is. student at Columbine High School. This interview was in reference to the 'hooting that occurred on 4-20.99 at Columbine

HighSchool.

Timothy Nep told me that on 4-20-99,.t .boul 0655 hours, he arrivedat Columbine High Schoo! for his classes. Hesaid his

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