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first classwas a gym/weightlifting classthat is locatedon theupperlevel of ColumbineHigh School.and he said thisclass lasted
from 0700 to 0815 hours. Timothy said he then went to hIS second hour class. which was a biology class. and is locatedin the
sciencedepartment on the upper level of Columbine High School He said this class lasted from 0825 to 0915 hOUfS. Timothy
said next he went to his math class on the upper level of Columbine High School and said this class lasted from 0925 to 1015
hours. Timothy said he then well! to his English class. also on the upper level of Columbine High School. and said this class
lastedfrom approximately 1020 to 1050hours. Timothy said whilegoing from one class to the next duringthe morning of 4-10-
99. he did not observe any suspicious people or items, He was only on the upper level of Columbine High School until about
1050 on 4..20~99. when he went downstairs.

Timothy Nep told me when he got out of hIS fuurth hour English class. he walked down the stairway from the upper level of
Columbine High School to the lower level Thisstairwayleads down and mto the cafeteria/commons area of the school. Timothy
said he went to the "Rebel Corner" in the cafeteria/commons area to get something to eat. Timothy said while he was at the

"RebelComer" he suddenly heard peoplescreaming andsaidtheywererunning from the cafeteriaand common. area southbound
In the hallway, past the "Rebel Comer," and were exiting the high school through the doors south of the "Rebel Corner,"
Timothy said he tbcught there was a fight takingplace and believed that was why people were runningand screaming. Timothy
said he then heard somebody yell something to the effectof "he has a gun," Timothy said at that point whenhe heardsomebody
mentiona gun being Involved, he begun runningwith the other people southbound through the hallway by the "Rebel Corner,"
and said he exited the south door of this hallway and then turned eastbound and ran away from Columbine High School. Timothy
said be ran across south Pierce Street and into LeawoodPark.

Timothy ;-J~ said he remained in Leawood Park for 3,WrQx,irr.ately one hour or less with other people from Columbine High
School Timothy said whilehe was in Leawood Park, he heardapproximately four to five explosions that sounded likethey were
corning from the area of the west side of Columbine High School and possibly in the vicinity of the cafeteria. Timothy said he

did not remember bearing any gunshots during the incident on 4-20..99 Timothy said during the time he was in Leawood Park

or prior to arriving in Leawood Park, he did not see anyone with a firearm or explosive device. either outside or inside of

Columbine HighSchool. Timothysaid he did IlOI hear any gunshots whileInLeawood park that may havebeen directed towards
the people who had gathe..d at that location. Timothy said he heardan unknown person say there was a shooteron the roof of

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Columbine High school shccrmg towards LeawoodPark. Timothy said he did not see anybody on the roof of ColumbineHigh
School, nor did he hear any incoming gunshot, of any type. Timothy said he left Leawood Park, however. and went mto
somebody's house who had invited students inside. Timothy did not know who this person was, Timothy said he later left this
residenceand went to Leawood Elementary School.

TimothyNep told me that he knows who the "TrenchCoatMafia"is,however, said h. did no' knowmuchaboutthem. Timothy
said prior to the shooting on ,,"20-99, he did not know any of the "Trench Coat Mafia" students by name, including Dylan
Kleboidand Eric Harris. Timothy 'aid that sometimeprior to 4-20·99 he had seen Dylan Klebold in the hallway of Columbine
High School, however, he did not know Dylan Klebold's name at mat time. Timothy said he now knows It was Dylan Klebofd
because he saw Dylan Klebold's picture through the media since the shooting, and recognized him as the "TrenchCoat Mati."
student he had seen in the hallway Timothy describedthe "Trench Coat Mana" srudenr,he now knowsto be Dylan Klebold,
as' willlemale, tall. and said be was approximately 6':" to 6'3", and weighed approximately 200 pounds. Timothy said Dylan
Klebold wouldwear a trench coat at times, however. would not wearit at other times. Timothy said Dylan Klebold WOre a black
baseball cap with the Colorado Avalanche insignia on the front of it.Timothy said Dylan Klebold would wear nns hatbackwards,
and when worn backwardsthe hat had a BostonRed Sox "B" on theback of it (facing forwardwhen the nat is worn backwards 1.
Timothy said be could also remember Dylan Klebold wearinga T-shirt that said something to the effect of AOL Hackersare
Cool.

Timothy !'Iep said he never saw the "jocks" harass "Trench Coat Mafia"students. He also did not see the "TrenchCoat Mafia"
studentsharass other people. Due to the factthatTimothy said be played baseball and football at Columbine High School,I asked
him if tile "Trench Coat Mafia" students had ever harassedhim. and Timothy replied, "No."

Timothy Nep 'aid that Isaiah Shoeis was a friend of his. I asked him if'he ever saw anybody harass Isaiah Sheets or raciall~
intimidate Isaiah Shoels, and Timothy said he had neverseenany racialintimidation at ColumbineHigh School, and in particular
towards Isaiah ShoeIs, He said everybody liked Isaiah Shoels.

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eyebrow, and said he did not see the "thought of the day" on the Rebel News Network (RNN) for the date of 4-20·99

I asked Timothy Nep how he has been doingsince the incident 00"=4 on 4-20-99, and he said he has been doing well. I also
asked Timothy how the other people Inhis family have been doing, and he said welL [gave him one of my businesscards and
..Iced him to contact me in the futute if he wishes, or a memherofhis family wishesto talk: with alSeO VictimAdvocate. I told
Timothy I would make the necessary arrangementsfor them at that time.

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LAKEWOOD POWCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
EPORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH S C H O O L . DATE OF REPORT: 04.30.99
OFFENSE: AOA/COlUMeINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE}JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

SYSPECTS:
ERIC HARRIS
DYLAN KLE80LO
WITNESS;
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON1186, FBI: 114A·ON57419,JCSO: CRfil1-1625

1. NICHOLS, MANNY ERIN, oca. 01..()S-S1


6876 South Wadsworth Court, Utlleton, CO 80128, 303·972·3951
INveSTIGATIQN:
On 04-28-99 was assigned Information Control Number 1186 forfollowup Investigation. When I reviewed
the lead sheet ~ wasunclearas to whetherI was to interviewMandy ErinNichols or MarySue Baribeau. [calied
Mandy Nichols and found that she had not been interviewed and on 04-29·99 at 1030 hours responded to her
sidance and Interviewed her with her mother. Mandy Nichols said that she had been driven to school by her
ftiend. Jin Becerra. Shesaidthattheyarrived atColumbine High School at approximately 0720 hoursand parked
in the senior parkinglot They entered the school through the faculty anti student entrance in the cafeteria and
then went upstairsto theirlockers. Mandysaidthat she then wentto herfirst hourclass, which Is business In the
downstairs buslne$$ c13$$ offices. She said normallythat she Is a student assistant In the main office but had
some homeworkto do In her busine!SS class and she went there Instead of the main ofllce. She said that her
second hourcl_ is Spanish, wIIichis downstairs and she left her business classto go directly10 Spanish. Third
hour Isherchemistry class, whichis upstairsand she went directlyfromherSpanish class to her chemistry class.
Her fourth hour business clau is u~slairs.
Mandy Nicholssaidthat afterher business class sheieft and went to her lockerto get her lunch and then
went to the 'A,' lunch. Sheestimated she arrivedin the .:afelena at about t115 hourswith her ftiend, Mary Elise.
She said that Mary had purchased her lunch and they sat down at a table near the south side exit doors. She
identified this table as possibly being table -1"'. She said that at approximately 1120hours, plus or minus a few
minutes, a fnend came running In yelling that some girt needed help. Mandy Initlany thought that this giri was
choking and that a boy then came l'1Jnning in covered with Iliood saying that the gin had been shot. Mandy said
that at approximately the same time, she heard shots coming from the parking lot area. The \lIn who came in

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'PORTING AGeNT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38858
".CTlM: COl.UMBlNE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04-30-99
OFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL. TASK FORCEI JEFFCOSHERIFF'S OFFICE

saying thatsomeone needed helpwas Kim Blair. Mandythought thatthe ginwhohad been shot andwas in need
of help, wasAnn Marie Hochhalter andthat the boywho camein, his name was Jason (lastnameunmown).
Mandy Nicholllsaid that as this all transpired there wereteachers yelling to get downand get under the
tables. MandyNichois said that thara was a masspanio and a rosh to gal 10 the stan. Shesaid she too joined
the crowd trying to getup tha stairs andthet as she neared the top of thestairs shenotlc:ed that there was smoke
in the hallway and could hearmore gunshots. Shesaidat the top of thestairsshetumedintothe firstdoor on her
left, which she saysis choir class. She then went into the rearchoirclassoffice. Sheestimated that therewere
approximately 60 students in thlt office with her.
Some of the students moved file cabinets against the doorsand liS theywltre doing this there wena fire
alarms gOing off in otherparts of thebuilding. Theyalsomoved adeskupagainst thedoor. several students were
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using the phoneto call their parents. She indicated that she was continuing to heargunshots and explosions.
She saidthat whne theywerewailing in the roomtheythoughl theycouldhearpounding sounds on the roof. She
.-i~ theycould also hearsounds of things beingsmashed and banging in the cafeteria areaand that she could
il.. ~O hearmale voices yelling, butshecould not discemwhat theyweresaying. Shesaid that after approximateiy
threehours, she thought ~ was a llttIe after1500hours, the SWAT team came inescorted tnem out ollhe building
Mandy Nichois said that she didn't mow ERIC i4ARRIS but she does know OYLAN KLEaOLO She
attended junior highschool with Nm. Shesaidshe was neverreally ffiends with himbut mew who he was. She
said that 'In her CCSclassfirst semester. a class that Is communications for the college-bound, all the students
had to do research papers and thatDYlAN KLEBOI.O was in her class. The tltad'1er was Mr. Webb and it was
in sixth hour. She thought thatjust before Christmas 1996, that theyhadto writeresearch papers. She said she
recalled DYlAN KLEBOLO writing hispaperon Chan" Manson andtheClimes thatManson hadcommitted. She
saldthatlhe classhadto readtheirpapers andthat KLEBOLO's paperwasa very "weird" paper. Mandy saidthat
she was aware of what the "trench coatmafia-was and that ~ washer understanding that ~ was kids who wear
trenchcoats and hangoutwith each ether. She had neverheard of them being picke<l on by ethel' students and
had neverobserved them being picked on by others stl.ldents. orthem picking en ether students.
Mandy Nichols saidthat herbackpack Is a turquoise Jansportwhich contains a redbinder. a blackbinder.
a chemistry lab book, a Spanish book, aredpurse, a Caslocalculator andherColumbine iD. Shesaid onthe day
of the Incident she was weafing blultieans, a green shin with a wMe T-shirt.

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LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAl. REPORT
PORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGl.YNN CASE NUMBEll: 99-388511
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATEOF REPORT: 04-30-99
OFFENSE: AOA/COl.UMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCEI JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

MandyNidlols saidlhat sl'Iedid nol observed ,",y!hing unusual in or aboutlIle school priorto the incident
occurring. She did not seeanylarge dullle bags that wei'll left unllltlllnded. She hasngt heardof anyone elsein
the school talking about the suspects, llomb mal<ing or gun buying priorto or sinee the Incident
ADDmONAL WITNESSES:
1. NICOl.E LUNe:TTA ,-
2. NICKY SPURGIESZ /
3. MARY BECK . /
4, EUSE BERRET /
5. ESTEBLATTER /
6, OIANA BARKER /
7. MARY BARiBOU /
e. MARYEWSE /
ThesestudenlllweAl sitling with MlIndy Nichols at her table.
9, KIM BLAIR
10. JASON (last neme unknown)
These two studenlllau!steel Ann Marie Hochhalter aftershehad been shot
11. MATT CORN\lllELL
12. ERICSMITH
These weAl two of the studenlll in !he choir room _ called their ponnls,
13. DEVIN CATHEZ
He is a student at WIIrren Tech who after the incident told Mandy that he had ssen two kids
walking nearthe highschool and!loing to a carlhrowingbombs on thedaythey incident OCl:!.lrl'llcl.
14, JILl. BECERRA
DroveMandy Nicl\O/lS to school.

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INVESTIGATION:

')n 05·25·99. at about9,45 a.m.. l interviewed CHSFoodAssistant (kitchenworker) Karen Nielsen as foilcw upon Dt'iS86)
The interview was conducted at Karens' home.

Karen toldme'hat on04--20-99. 'he wasworking in thekitchel atColumbin.High schcot. Karen said 'hat 'hIS wasa part-rime
job. and 'hat shehas twoother(unrelated) part-time jobs. Karen said that at ltoo a.m. .sh.opened thegat. on the"American
food" $et'Vm,g line.whichshe said wasthe secondof fcurserving lines,going ftom west to east, as indicated on the cafereria
map. Karen said L.?JSt on that day, three serving lines wereopened at 11 00 am, The first serving was for "Mexican food' and
Was staffedby kitchen workerPattiZawadzki. Karen said that sheand kitchen worker LindaTiblj.. were'taffing thesecond
serving line. The third serving fine: was. for "ftalian fcod.vKaren said th&tshe aoesn't remember who was staffing it Karen
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in the cafeteria prior to 11:10 a.m. before the lunch rush.

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in hand, from the northwest cornerof the cafeteria, acr-oss and parallel withthe serving lines, towardthe northeast corner of
the cafeteria, Karen said that she thought the voice yelling to .get down' and [he gunshots both came from the vicinity of the
northwest comer of the cafeteria. possibly fromoutside the building. Karen ihinks that the person yelling was eitherJonor
teacher Dave Sanders. Karen described the gunshots as "single shots, very loud," Karen said that as Ion ran in frontof the
serving lines. numerousstudents who were seated at the various tables within the commons area began to dive under tables
and/or run toward the east side of the cafeteria, toward the stauway. Karensaid that immediatety after hearingthe gunshots.
she hearda "very loudexplosion." Karensaid thatsheremembered sayingout loud,"What wasthat?" Karensaidthat she bas
heardshotgunsbefore.but thatthis explosion was"much bigger.withmuchmoreof an unpac;" Karensaid that all oftnts :00;'
place -sunultaneousiy, in a matter of seconds."

Karen said that when this occurred. she remembered seeing Paul Zawadzki" get down." but couldn't remember exact! y where
"mda wasor what she did, Karen remembered seemgLinda restocking the drinks to her right on the secondservingline.but
that is all. Karen saidthat while most people beganrunningand making their way to the east side of the cafeteria. for"rome
unknownreason" she ran to the west. out ofthe kitchenarea and intothe fa-=ulty lounge, Karensaid that she entered the faculty
loungethroughthe easternmost doorotirs southwall,Which thenclosed behind her. Karen said thather inclination at thatume
wasto use thetelephoneinsidethe faculty lounge, butthatassoonas sheentered. sheheard someone yell."He's notbreathing"
coming from outside the westernmost door of the lounge. Karensaid that she then ran out of the lounge') west door, which
was propped open, and toward the cafeteria's northwest door. At that time. Karen said that she could see student "Sean"
(Graves) lying 011 the cement directly outside said door, Karen SlMd that Seea was ~ying on his right side, facing the door

Karensaid that Sean'5 head. was facingnortheast, andthathis legswereextended to the southwest. Karensaid thatshedoesn"r
rememberseeinganotheradult nearSeaaat that time.butthat it waspossible, Karensaidthlat sheremembers talking with, Sean,
andthac he told her.""I eaat fee!my legs." Karensaid that she turnedaround and ran hack inside the taculty loungewhereshe
sew a female teecaer (unknown) standing near the telephone. Karen said that she asked this female."Have you called 9ll 'Y'
Karen said that the female said,·'No. but I called the office." Karen said that she then picked up the telephone.caned 911. and
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remembers Seanrepeatedly saying, "I can'r move my legs.'. aad also remembers people attempting 10 move him Karen said
that she remembers leaningover Seaa to look at his wound artersomeone had attemptedto wove him. Karen described the
wound as "right in the middle of Lie back, -it wasa verycleanshot. there was not a lotof blood." Karen said till\! sheaad h)
leanover Sean inorder to see his wound because his bat:k was facing away fromthe door, Karensaid thatshe remembers the
91l dispatcher telling her not to move Sean. and later, her (Katen) arguing with a female teacher {Chris Redmerskn about
whetheror not Sean should be movedinside because of possible spmal injuries. Karen said that at some POint. shealso ~a\\

two cther arudenrswho had been shot. Karen describedthese studentsas "Lance" and "Danny," and that both were lying on
the ground near the bottom of the exterior stairs, en opposite sides of the fence. Karen said that both students were visible
through{he window (facing west) 10 west side oftbe cafeteria's northwest door Karen said that she remembers telling the
lispateh.r 'hal Lancehad been ",hOl Jll 'he face." Karen said'hat while going backand forth from the «lophon. to Soan. she
continued co hear sporadic gunshots. She did not remember whichWindows were shot out. but remembers seeing shattered
glass.

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throughthe northwestdoor. Karen saidthat she heardgunshotsaxl.d explosionscomingfromdirectlyoutside the faculty lounge.
and that- she "knew they werein the building, in tbe kitchen. in the cafeteria:' Afraid to exit the: faculty lounge.Karensaid (hat
she figuredthe only place to hide was inside the faculty loungebathroom. Karen said that she was the last personto enter said
bathroom, and remembers thinking il would be "1ike fisb in a barrel" should the shcorens) decide to enter rhe faculty lounge

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students tali unknown) inside. fora totalof seven. Karen said that when she enteredthe bathroom. the light was turnedoff and
the deadbolt was turned to lock the door. Karen saidthattherewas very littl. talking among! those inside 'he bathroom. and
remembershearinga lot of "Shhhh!" to keep each otherquiet. During too tune she remained in the bathroom. Karensaid t!\at
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expected them to actually blow a hole through the walls. Karen said that in addition to hearing what she thought was the
sbcorerts}. she could hear faint noises cormng from the opposite sides of the east and west bathroom wails, Karen assumed
that these noises were from other people hiding in the kitchen area. Karen said that the gunshots: and explosions everrruaily
taperedoff over a period (If about thirty minutes.

Karensaid that there was enough light inside the bathroom fer her to see herwristwatch.and. remembers looking at tt at about
12:lOp tn, Arthat tunc, Karenswd thm: she decided toexit thebathroom. UponC~HitiOU.s!y doing so. Karensaid lhat }he: locked
out the faculty lounge window and saw two police cars, one parked in the senior parking lot and one parked toward the top of
the hill to the north, Karen said thatshe saw the tlu':e kids outside. 'till on the ground, andthatsbe "knewDanny wasdead"
Karen saidthattheothers hadfollowed berootofthebarhrcom. andthat they decided to return to thebathroom afterconcluding
mar it probably wasn't safe yet because the police had yet to retrieve the three students. Karen said that after returning to the
bathroom. one of the malestudentsand one female t..cher climbed u? through the ceiling panels above tilebathroom. Karen
said that this made a considerableamount of ccise, and that the two were told it wasn't safe to do so Despite the warning.
Karen saidthatbothconunued up into the'Ceiling. andthatabouta minutelater,theteacherfellthroughtheceilingpanelsacove
the faculty lounge, Karen said that the reacher then got up. returned to the bathroom, and was let bad inside. Karen said me
student disappeared.

Karen said tllat theyremained insidethe bathroom until about 12:30 p.rn., whena malestudent. not part of their group, peered
into the bathroom from the cellingand toldthem thatthis W3Sa good timeto leave, Karen said!hattheyalidecided to exitthe
bathroom again. which they then did. Karen said thatshe then lookedout the faculty window again and saw that the two 01
the three students(Sean and Lance} hadbeen moved. KarensaidthatDannywas still lying whereshe last saw him, Karensaid
that they all then began runningoutside the cafeteria's northwest door. in differentdirections. Karen said that she ran up the
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crowds, or anytbu13 else in or around the commons area that she might consider SUspiCIOUS or unusual. Karen said thatshe
never saw any sbooteJis). nor anyone wearing '3 trench coat. Karen said that she left her 'purse i.D a storage room Inside the
kitchen, where she and otherstaffmembers usually k-eep taeir persoaal items. Karen confirmed thenames of all seven kitchen
workers who were working in the kitchen on 04e20-99 The interview ccncludedat about lO:JO a.m.

Names of all seven kitchen workers werepreviously obtained by me (from R·t administrator MaryGu.a:un) and forwarded to
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On 4/26199, Investigator Reker and 1metwtth Elizabeth Noian at her residence reference the shOoting at
Columbine High scneot,

I explained to Elizabeth why we were there and gave her a sketch of the cafeteria I asked !:iizabeth It she
could circle ttle table in the cafeteria where she 'NllS sitting the day of the shooting. Elizabeth circled table
marked "EE' and put an "x" on a chair showing where she was Sitting. i asked Elizabeth If she was sitting
by herself and she said no Elizabeth gave me thirteen names of students with which she was sitting. I
asked Elizabeth If she could tell me what happened on the day of the snconnq. Elizabeth tote me she was
ir l cafeteria at acproxirnatety 1 t :20 a.m.. when she heard a teacher tell everyone to get down
uncerneath the tables. Elizabeth said she men heard. what she described as. popping norses and the
teacher yelling for them to crawl out of the cafeteria. Elizabeth said when she got to the stauway which
leads upstairs she heard approximately six to eigrit more shots and belieVed that approximately 20 to 30
feet behind her a student was shot while going up the stairs. Elizabeth said there was a teacher. which she
did not know if it was Mr. Sanders or not. say that he would go back and get the student and for mern to
continue rJnning up the stairs. Elizabeth said tnat she then went to the auditorium. but the door was locked
and they had to get a teacher to unlock the door Elizabeth said that she then hid by a lighting area in the
accttcnurn. Elizabeth said while she was hiding there. she observed the suspect come into Ihe auditorium
and look around but he did not fire any shots in the auditorium, Elizabeth said that she then ran to the stairs
and hid behind some lockers ,n the auditorium with some other students. Elizabeth said while hiding behind
the lockers, someone pulled the fire alarm. Elizabeth said once the alarm was puiled, she and other
students ran through the band hail and while running through the band hall, she observed a tall skinny guy
running behind them, approxmately 100 feel. Elizabeth said while running wlih this person behmd them
she heard a "boom" Elizabeth said she then ran to a door and exiled the SChool by the baseball field and
ran through Clement ParK I asked Elizabeth It while running outside she heard any further shots and she
said yes. she believed tnat she heard shots and possibly more explosions.

i asked Elizabeth if she knew who the tall skinny male was and she said she believed him to be Dylan
Kiebold She said that Dylan had a mask on. but had hair sticking out of the mask and that she does know
Dylan and that appeared to be him, i asked how this person was dressed and she said "Dylan had on a
bl. rench coat. army boots. black pants and a black ski mask". I asked Elizabeth if this person was
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shoot anyone, She said.just the person on me stairway. i asked if she heard this person say anyihin9 while
he was shooting and she said she remembers turni"" around on the stairway approximately the same time
that the student was shot. and heard "Dylan caCkling". I asked Elizabeth if she actually saw the student get
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,et shot in the back and fall down. I asked Elizabeth who the teacher was who went back to help tne
;tudent and she said she believed it was Mr. Sanders. I asked Elizabeth If she saw anyone else get shot
md she said no. just this one. I asked Elizabeth If she was Injured during this and she said no, she was
lOt. I asked Elizabeth if she saw anyone elsa besides this tall Skinny shooter and she said. no. he's the
lnly one she saw Elizabeth said she has heard from other students that there were two and POSSiblY three
.hooters, but she only SI!JN the one,

Elizabeth said a few days before thts Incident. some locks on the school hed to be replaced because
someone had tampered with them. i asked her wt1at locks and she said the front door locks and also the
door jocks to the math hall all had to be replaced. The math hall IS on the side of the bUilding by the
Columbine High SOhool sign. I asked Elizabeth If she knew why the locks hed to be replaced and she said
all She Knew was mat somebody had tampered with them.

! assed Elizabeth if she had seen anyone else at the school that she felt might be involved and she said she

did see a white male in a white shirt wrth blaCk pants running in the hall by the band room. Elizabeth said
she believed that to be suspicious because he was running the OPPosite direction of everyone else. ! asked
:f she could descnbe this male and she sa,d he had brown heir. short in length and he had a white T-shirt
on. I asked if the ShIrt was a T-shirt or a dress sl1lrt and she said rt was a T-shirt. I asked Elizabeth If there
was anyone else that she had seen and she said no. I asked Elizabeth if there was anything eise that she
:;auld remember at til is time and she said that's all sl1e knows. I gave Elizabeth a business card and askec
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Denver. Colorado 80203
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,NVESTIGATlON:
On 05~ t8~99" between the hours cf0957 and 1036.1 had an oppommiry to speak with Jeff Neil in reference to Ut'C incidentthat
occurred al: Columbine High Scheel on 04-10·99 Atsc present during: the interview was his mother, Kathy Noll

Jeff stated he errivedat school on 04-20-99,at about 0733 hours. and that his mend. Brad Miller tJ03~9i3-712:::), had also nddeJi
to school with him that morning Jeff stated his father dropped: them off, and once they reached the hLgh school, :hey wetu in
the school via the' main entrance. and M proceeded to his Science class taught by Mt Will, After being released from Science
class, he went to his English class taught by Mt Leyba. and then (0 his third period class, which was Math, taught by \(s
MeWilliams. After he was released from his third period class, Jeff went to his fourth hour Government class taught b~' 'Ar
Savina. Jeff said after he was released from. fourth periodclass. that fit proceeded to his locker. #- 18:::!. which is locatednear
the g:.mnasium at the school, and that his friend. Braden Pollard (303·97g.l331), accompanied him to his locker After the)

flmshed at :he locker. they proceededto the cafeteria e ~


and he believesthc)' arrived at about 117 hours. The two of them
went dieectly to the food service line where they gOl their lunch, and then mey went to the table'S located in Rebel Comer JUS!
across from the student StON. Jeff was asked who was at thi table with him. and he stated his friend. Mike Foster. Adam
Hinchey, LauraFarber, Braden Pollard, Colleen SChWaI120lL KateRebrcv-c. BJSecord, een Johnson, andMan Friend wereall

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Sandersand an unknownjanitor who were telling students to get down under their tables J~ff said he walked back ,0 his 'able
and got underneath (he table, but at this point was not sure why they were trtstructed to seek refuge under L"Je: tables Jeff said
as he got down en the Iloor and he recalls a 'Student Justin Norman. came running into the schocl and stated. "He's gOt a pJn
At this point. the students who were located on the westside ofthe cafeteria began to run east towards the staircase Jeff stared
he ran south aUI the doors at Rebel Corner. ran through theJunior parking lot and ran :0 a house located on the corner of Pterce
and Polk. I asked who else went WIth him when he exited from the school. and he told me eve)') bod:-- Jf his table tan tbe same
direction to the house on the comer

Jeff was asked ifbe recalled what time he: reached the house at POlk J.."1Q Pierce. He told me he called tU!! mother at homeon :J1e
incidentdate. and told her what had happened. Kathy 'foil told me she believed It was l i 35 a.m , when she received the: ..:::iJ1
from Jeff Jeff told me he stayed at the bouse at Pierce and Polk for about l5 to:O minutes. and then he got a ride to Tvter
Pierce's home. where' he later went to the Columbine Public library and met with IUs motber at about 1 :SO p m

Jeff was shown a diagram of the cafeteria area and asked if be observed rwc large duffle bags Orsports rype bags. one being a
blue colorand the ether being a burnt crangish-red color. {{(lId him the itemswere located In the'Central core area of the cafeteria
and asked if he saw these (terns when he went to the food service line. Jeff stared he walked through that general area. bUI did
not recall seeing those items,telling me that it wasn't uncommon for larg~ packsor backpacks to be present m the cafeteria dunng
lunch period. Jeff'was asked ifhe observedany gunmenwhilein the cafeteriaat the high school. or if he saw any gunmenafter
he exited from the school. He stated he did not see any gunmen.but he heard a gunshot and told me he believed it was Il'l rhe
cafeteria area OVer' near the: west doors,

Jeff was asked ifhe knew any membersof the 'TrenchCoat "iatla. s~ifically 'Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold,or their associates.
He could not provide any information about this group Whenasked ifhe knew about Harris' Website. he again told me that
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that he could provide. and mid me he-left the school arid did not observe my activity at the school

Jeff was asked to describe his dress on the mctdt:nt date Hesaid he was weanng khaki colored shorts with it grey leng sl¢l¢\ ed
shirt.a baseballcap, and tennis shoes Jeff was asked if he had left any items in \.he cafeteria when he exited the school. and 'te
told me he never took his backpackoff. so when he ran ourof the school he still had it on. He said there were no uemshe had
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At the completion of my interview. l asked Jeff and his mother Kathy Voll. if they had any additional inforrnarion or bad an:
questions tor me to let me know K.athy Noll told me there is a family by the last name of Wright, who live at 5391 South
Garland Way rn Littleton. Cclcrado. horne phonenumber 303..904-\ 108.who have two sons who attend Columbine HighSchool.
and the older 50n observed either Harris or Klebotdin the parkinglot at the scbool jusr prior to the incideru 00 04~:O~99 She
"a1d she heard the indi..«duals(Harris and Klebold) werecarryinglarge duffle bags. and these may possibly be the duffle bags
thar f haG descrioed earlier lilthe interview Kathy \,loll wasunableUJ provideany .additiona1 infcrmarion reference this incident,
and suggested the Wrigh(<; be given a phone: call

Jeff was asked to depict where he was sitting In the cafeteria on 04.,2Q..99. and his movement out of the school A copy cf thar
map is attached to this supplemental report.

ADDITIONAL INFOR.'I4AIION,
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On 4·30·99 , Inv Reker did conduct an interview with Justin Norman at his residence, with his
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Norman states that he had left weight Ililing class and had met Matt Katzenmeler in tha hallway ana
Ihat they walked to tl1e cafeteria at approx. 11'20 aM that while he was at the vending machines nextto the
Nest doors of the cafeteria.he heard shots out the west doorand t'1at he looked out and saw two people go
jown ana that Dylan Kliebold then came into the cafeteria via thesedoors and started shooting,and that
<:Iiebold was shooting allover the cafeteria, Norman also related that as the bullets were gOIng by whiZZing
by his headthat he was bUSy gelting people out of lt1e cafeteria,

It should be noted that this is the first time this Investigator has heard that Kliebold entered the
cafeteria by tI11S door and that he also fired numerous shots from this location. When Norman oescnbec this
alledged shooting from inslda the west door of the catetena.he held his hands by his hips as if holding a gun
and ~id a spraying or sweePIng motion from this position as he described Kliebolds actions,

Norman states that nobody was with Dylan,and mat Dylan was wearing a black trench coat, black
beets, a 'goofy" face, long blond hair,and a big 110se. Norman states that he did not see a duffel bag and
cannot describe a weapon,

Norman states that he then ran to the Rebel Comer and out the door and that he had his baCkpack
with him,

Norman states thaI the one victim outside had been shot in the ankle and that one had been shot in
the chest and that Kliebold had come from the outside steps by the west entrance to the cafeteria

Norman related that he knows Eric Hams from gym class but did not know Kliebold,

Norman states that he (Nonnan) was wearing blueshorts, and a green vest with a white shirt,

Norman related that he was in front in front of Coach Brookfield in the lunchroom.tit should be noted
that tnv. Reker did interview Brookfield and he states that he(Brookfield) was in the commons area of the
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Nossaman, Sean D. dob!06~13-8:. W.M
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''lYESTlGATION,
On 05·1.)i~99, betweenthe hours of 1108and 1155hours.I had an opporruniry to speak with Sean Ncssaman In reference [0 the
incident that occurred at Columbine High School on Q4,.~a.99 Also present during the interview was his father. David
'iossaman

Sean'Sossaman proceeded to tell me he arrived at school 00 04~ZO~99) at about 0710 hours. and that he drove '>"ith his me-nd.
[an Patrick (303-9794911), Ncssaman advised that they had parked at Clement Park and walked into the main entrance at
school, Oncehe","ved at Columbine High School, he proceeded to hIS locker. which is locker 01564. and" located near the
gymnasium. Sossaman stated thathi, first hourclass ls German, and it is taught downstairs in the Foreign Language hall. and
the teacher is Amy Burnett. Nossamaa was asked ifhe saw anythingunusual in the cafeteria area when he was walking to his
German class. 1askedhim if heobserved anyone bringing inrwc!arge duffle bags or 5PQrt5 bags, OOe being blue andonebeing
orangjshifed in color, and placing thosebags in the ceneal core arcof mecafeteria. NoSSlmlU'l told me he did OOt see those bags.
and he did not see anyone bringthosebags in. After his fi.rst hourGerman class, be proceeded to his \'tath cress. which was
taughtby Mr Bundy Aft« Mathhe basTeam Sports. which is taught by CoachSplace. and fourth hO\lr hehas language Arts
which is blugh[ by Ms. Nykanen. Nossarnan was asked where hJs fourth hour class was loeated in the school. H. told me i. is
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high school. and I asked if he could tell me where he was seated. vossemen identified table =W"W as the table he was seated at,
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Kish{unknown phone),and Mark Radtke{3C3~979.~ t 91 i, were also seated at the table 'vcsseman explained shortly after he
finishedhis lunch, he got up and went over to the trash cans \l,lhich were located near the pop machines bi' the northwest doors
of the cafeteria. As he was throwing away trash, he remembers hearing pops. and later identified them as gunshotscorrung from
outside. He lookedout the northwest door where he stated he sawan unidenufled white male, who he believedwasa Freshman
lying outside the doors. and the individualwas ;;lutc-bing his shoulder. and appeared to be shot in the shoulder erea 'vcssaman
explained mar he steppedoutside, aridwas lookingat the stUdent whenhe heard three gunshots. and then a possible shotgun blast
corning from outside I asked Nossaman if he observed any gunmen while he was standing outside. and he stated he did not
Afterthe ihotgun blast. he stated he steppedback inside thecafeteria. and an unknownteacheryeHed at the students to get down
Nossaman proceeded to ron to the teacher's lounge, and with him was a \'1s. Jankowsk( Amy Burne /€'~
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. rnkncwn lunch lady. Tim Kastl~nd 'Nkk Fos( Once they gOt [ri'tO the teacher's lounge. he stated the; an """ent into (he
bathroom inside the lounge and locked the door

vcssaman stated while they were in the reaeners lounge bathroom, that 'As Jankowski and Nick Foss attempted 10 escape b~
climbmg through the ceiling, but t."'e weight of the NiO individualscollapsed the ceiling and they fell to the floor vossaman
remembers that while they were in the reacher's lounge. they would periodically peer through the west window of the lounge'
He stated he observed l'WO studentsat Columbinewho were lymgat the west door ofthe' cafeteria. He stated (hat Lance Kirklin
was one of the individuals. and he was lying neat the fence, and "it appeared his face was gcae ' He also Slaten that Dan
Rohrbough was also lying outside on the sidewaHc.. and both indivld:.als appeared to be dead. I again asked Nossarnan if he
observed any gunmen snoot the rwo individuals. or did he see any gunmen standing near them, He stated he did net set the
gunmen

Nossaman told me tha' they remained in the teacher'slounge fora shan period of nmewhen B"'tt KiISlonig hadcom. intothe
teacher's lounge and directed everybody that it appeared 10 he safeto leave.at whichtimetheyexitedfrom the school through
'he northwest cafeteria doorand tan to a blueHonda Accord whIch w.. parked in dte Senior pvking lot. Nossaman advised there

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them to run to safety. at which time they ran to the soccer fields. and then were directed to go to a cenrral staging point at Clle:
and Yukon Street.

Ncssaman staled after he exited from Columbine High Schooland was crouched behind the blue Honda Accord. that there were
never any sbots fired at him Of any of the other indivHiuals that were crouched behind the vehicle

"Sossaman was asked \\ hile the incident was occurrmg if anybody had identifiedwho the gunmen were He stated while he was
in theteachers lounge, he recalled somebody told him that the gunmen were Eric and Dylan 1asked Nossaman if he knew Enc
Harris or Dylan Kleboid, or ifhe knew other associatesof the Trench Coat Mafia. He told me that he knew Eric Hams worklWd
at Blackjack Pizza, telling me that his girlfhend. Tan:-a Wod;x:K.. works at Great Clips, which 1S located near Blackjack Pizza
4:esaid on occasion. when he would go over t-o visit his girliiiend. Eric Hams would give them free PIzza, He to ld me he didn ~
associate with Harris. and really didn't know much about him. Nossaman proceeded to tell me that their family is personal
friends with (he KlebQlds. and their family shared Rockies baseball tickets. At this point Scan 'SOSSAman's, father, David
Nossaman. told me rhar he and Dylan Klebcld went to the All Star Game which was played at Coors Field in 19'98 Sean
Nossaman was asked ifhe knew about Harris' website. He told me he had no idea that the Website existed. I asked 'vcssamen
iIhe heard any rumors in reference to anything that was going. to occur on Q4.20¥99 He stated there were a lot ofktds running
around with "410" scribed on their hats and backpacks. and he knew that this was National Marijuana. Day

I asked Nossamar; if he couid recall about what rimethis incidentoccurredat th~ school He stated he believed it was about 11:0
to 1130hours Nossaman was asked. ifhe observed either Lance Kirklinor Dan Rchmoegh being shot outside the high SChOOl
He 'Stated that he did see Rohrbough fan after being shot, but againstated he did not see a gunman. He believesthat Rohrbough
was shot three times in the back area. and he thought Rohrbough was walking down the stairs when he was shot He told me-
he did not see Kirklin get shot. he only observed him lying on the ground after the iacidera.

Ncssarnan was asked to describe his dress on the incidentdate. He stated he was wearing black knee length shorts. a red t-shirt,
"hlch hadwritten across it Rage Against The Machine. I asked. him to describe his backpack thathe leftin the cafeteria area.

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N¢ssaman was asked where he went after he was released from the staging point at Caley and Yukon Street He told me JUS!
beforehe was released. he remembers speaking with Larrv Brown with the ColoradoBureauof Investigation, and gave him nES
initialstatement Aftergiving his statement. his motherpickedhim up and they Went to- LeawoodPark in an attempt :0 rind fU5
girlfriend, Tanya Woriock, After they didn't locate her at Leawood Park. they went to the Columbine Public Library where :he)
located her,

Nossaman was asked if there is anythingreference this incident{hatreally sticks out In his mind. He stated one thing that he
recalls is that the phrase of the day. which was displayedat school,said something: to the effect of "Why s-hould anyone be m
school today?" 1 asked him [fhe knew who authored the phrase of the day. and he told me that it was the R.&:~\i Staff. the video
-iroduction group Ncssamen was asked if mere was any additional informationthat he thought was important to pass on. He
Statedthat he didn't haveany futr.htr information. r reuerared with Nossamaa chat he did not see any gurunen whilt at Columbine
High Scheel. nor did be see the two large duffle bags or sports bags described earlier in the cafeteria area

At the- cornpledcn of m~ interview, Nossaman was askedto depictwhere- he was sitting in the cafeteria. and then his movement
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LAKEWOOO POUCI DEPARTMENT SIJPPUMENTAl. REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE GEORGE MCG1.YNN CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATI! OF REPORT: OS/20/99
OffENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEfFCO SHERIfF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTRO!, NUMBER: DN3SS4, Fill: 4A.pN57419, eR #99.7625

SlSPECTS: Eric Harris


Dylan Klebold

IN'lESTIGATION,
On 5Il5/99, I was assigned infcrrnaricn control number DN3554 for follow up investiganon. The infcrmarion
control narrative stated that ShawnNossaman indicated that a lunch employee, Ms. Caruthers, was in:h.
cafeteria when rlJis occurred. Theiaformaricn control sheet was prepared by Sergeant Calvin Hemphill, Denver
PoliceDepartment

On 5/18/99, I contacted Jefferson County Schools ,.......a Administrator, Barb Monseu, andrequested any
information she migbr haveon cafeteria employee by mename of Ms. Caruthers. She said thatshe had no
information on suchan employee but would provide mewithinformation on the manager aDd otheremployees
of the kitchen. On 5/191991 received a faxtransmission from NancyCook for Barb Monseu with a listof the
Cclumbine HighSchool cafeteria workers. Ms. Caruthers is not On that list.

ADDITIONAL \'\!lTXESSES:
l. Linda Tibljas, Kitchen Manager
~lS3 w. Tufts Ave
Morrison. Co 80465
303·979·2574
Addition.1 cafeteria workers:
2. Dewloney, Suzanne
10605 W Quarles Ave

Littleton, CO 80127
303·971·8663

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LAXEWOOO POLleE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/20/99
OFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OffiCE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON3554, Fill: 4A.ONS7419, eR #99.162:5

3. Helm. Laverne 4.

3663 S Sheridan Blvd 4853 S. Hoyt St


Denver, CO 80235 Littleton, CO 80123
303·984-0460 303·972·2194
5. Mederman, Marlene 6. Nielsen, Karon
11432 W. Roxbury PI 7153 W. Hinsdale Dr
Littleton, CO 80J27 Littleton, CO 80J27
303..948 ..2344 303·933·9097
7. NancyCook, Area Admillistrator for Jefferson COWl!}' Schools
1829 Denver West Drive
PO Box 4001
Golden, CO 80401
303·982-6836

Cookprovidedthe information on the Columbine HighSchool cafeteriaworkers for administrator BarbMonseu

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Suunne DewIMey
10605 W QuarlesA,e.
L,tt""on CO &0127
303·911·8663

Laverfte Helm
3663 South Sheridan Bl,d.
Dever CO 81l23S
303-984-0460

SUI Liane
4853 South Roy!
LittletonCO 10l:z.l
303·972·2194

Marlene Nedenlll\n
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Lll:tleton CO BO 127
303-948·2)44
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Karenl'lielsen
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303·933-9091

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SOCRCE: Crystol A"ngJ.",

LEAD Interview Veronica. -"undoas shewas said to have: been at the student stOI"e a.nd sawshooting
vtcnm Anne 'darie Hocltbolter

TELEPHOl'iE INTERVIEW:
N1JNCIO. VeronicaA, CDOB:1QI58l)
7085 W Belmont Drive
littleton, CO 30123
(303)973·5151

05·l9·99 19:28am

N1JNCIO said she had beenstanding at tbe studentstore. near the entrance on the
south side of tne cafeteriaat the timeof the shooting

At about 11 :25amshe lookedout the windows to the west and saw Anne ~1arie
HOCKHOLTER, whom she recognized from their elemental)' schooldays. fall to the
groundby me southwest comer of the cafeteria. She said she ran out me exit by the store
to see what was wrong with HOCKHOLTER. At some point near this time a Special
Education Teacher, Miss Chris REDMERSKl. told them to get down became someone
was shooting. As she got to l!le area of l!le comet she sawa SUSpecL whom she thought
she could idenufy as Dylan KLEBOLD, walkingwest from the entrance at the topof the
stairs by the grassy hillside. As this suspect got to the lOP of the stairs he turned back
towardthe entrance from which he hadJUSt come and fired a handgunabout ten times in
quick succession towards the school 1 entrance. She recalled this suspect was holding me
handgun in his right hand.

NUNCIO described after firing the shots the suspectthen turnedand went back to the
area at tho top of the stairs. stood by the edge of the grass. She watched :IS he reached
into his trenchcoar andpulledour what she though! was a pipe bomb with his right hand
and threw it towards the senior pariting lot. She could not recall what the suspect had
done with we handgun he wasshooting with his righl handjust prior to this. At tIlis time
N1JNCIO said she /UIlled and ran back into the cafetena thorough the row of multiple
doors. She thenwentbackto the REBCorner, studentstore. with a few of her friendll
whereseveral girls werescreaming. She then ran down the hallway to the right and ran
out the exit nearthe Foreign Language classrooms to Leawood Ptlrl<.

NUNCIO clarified that she did not recallseeing KLEBOLD prior to the day of l!le
shooting, bUI made this identification subsequently due to seeing their photographs on the
mediacoverage. She felt il had been K.l.EBOLD due to the shootershe had seen having
blond hair. She addedthat this suspect was wearinga blackballcapon backwards,and a
black trelIchcoa~ but otherwise could nOI provide funher description of him or his
weapons. NUNCIO did nOI see anyoneelse with this suspect, or anything that migh!
have been besidehim at the time.
FBI114A·DN·57419
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Investigator: Glenn Moore • Gelden Ponce Department I (303) 384-8080

RE, CONTROL 1# 2291


NUNCIO illilially could not recall who was with her during !he.;;e observations, but
uponmy suggesuon confirmed that Jancll and Aleia RUSSEll and Alicia MAES were
with her,

A subsequent searchof RapidStartdiscovered existing leads for all of the witnesses


listed in thisreport. TeacherREDMERSKl, DN#3331. and students Janell RUSSELL,
DN#2302. Aleia RUSSELL: DN#2289, andseveral previous interviews of shootillg
victim HOCKHOLTER,

•• NO new leads were generated.

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TEAl\-'! FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELIl'oI"E
ML"ThIAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

t I Have them mark wherethey were sitting, their route out of the building and whom
they were with (if known) ?

12, How did you exir the building ? Where did you go when you got out and what did
you see on the outside of the building? '
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13, Do you use the Internet? If so, what is your screen name? Do you have an rCQ
(aka. I seek you I similar to a chat tine) account? TftTA-;J '" ':l.-

14, Do you know anybody with. "<\Q,uble piercedeyebrow"?


f.,Jo
15 Did you see or hear any unusual announcements prior ro the shootings? Do you
know what the "Thougi\36e day was" over the Rebel News Network (Rt.'N) ?

16,Can you provideany further informaticnon the memoers of the Trench Coat Mafia?
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11 Ask the patents if the lads have told themanythingelse? Different?

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lAKEWOOD PoueE DEPARTMENT SUJlPUMENTAJ. REPORT
UPORTING AGENT: GIORGI MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99·38856
\I1CTIM: COLUMBINI HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF RIPORT: OS/06/99
FENSI: AOA/COLUMBINI HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCI/JIFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2806, FBI; 1l4A.DN57419. leso; CR #'19-7625

SUSPECTS: Ene Harris


DylanKlebeld

WITNESS: Keirn O'Dell deb: 4/15/84


9695 W Power Circle
Littleton, CO 80128
303-972-3602

Michelle O'Dell (Mother)


9695 W, Power Circle
Littleton, CO 80128
303.972-3602

Patrick O'Dell (Father)


9695 W Power Circle
Littleton, CO 80128
303-972-3602
303-969-2013 (wk)

INVESTIGATION:
On 5151991 was assigned information control number DN2806 forfollow up investigation. The information
control narrative Slated thatKeirn O'Dell is On the original cafeteria backpack list

On 5161991 responded to 9695 West Power Circle and interviewed Keirn O'Dell and her mother, Michelle,
Keirnconfirmed that she had been in the cafeteriaat the timethat the incident occurred. She rodelhe bus to

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l.AKIWOOO POliCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL OAT! OF REPORT: 05/06/9'1
FENSE: AOAiCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FOllCE/JEFFCO SHERlFF'S OFFiCE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2S06, I'll; t74A-ON574t9. JCSO: eR 199-7625

school, bus number S2,that drops her off at the south main entrance. She said she entered the school at
apprcximately 7:05 and went to her locker which is in the mainhallway and then went to her athletic lockerby
the gymnasium to drop off her track equipment. She then wasout in the main hall by the main entrance,
visiting with friends Julie McGinley. Allison Reardon, and Jenny Naifeth. She said that she then went to her
firsthour. which is English on the main level near the offices. She then went to second hour, which is Spanish,
on the lower level. Mrs. Hickman is the teacher. From there she went to her tbJrd hour which is Science. She
went back upstairs through the main stairwell. She then went to her fourth hour class which is Choir. In
betweenthird and fourth hour she did go with a friend to a friend's locker, however she did not go to her locker,
From Choir she went to the "AU IMCh.

O'Dell stated that 'he went into the cafeteria and dropped off her backpackat the table, which she identified as
_. She then went to the service line and picked up a chick filet sandwich. She went back 10 the table and
believesshe may have even finishedher sandwich, and was eatingand talking with friends when she heard
some boys from the far end of the cafeteriayell to get down. She then looked across the lunchroom and saw
rhat kids were getting down under the tables and that someof the students were crawlingon their stomachs
across the floor towards their locsncn. She said that j anitors were walkingby with walkie-talkies, then she
heard conversations about someonehaving a gun. She thought that students on the ground were talking about
that She said thaI all of a sudden people started 10 t11Jl towards the stairwell, She did not hear any gWlshots at
thaIlime. She said thaI she and her friendKatie Jorgensen ran up the stairs together. She believes that they
were one of the first ones up the stairs, She said that they ran straighldown the hall when they got to the top of
the stairs, and as they got IC the top of the stairs they heard what they thoughl were loud bombs. She said thaI
they ran straigh; out the doors yelling for other students IC evacuate the school as they left. She said that when
she ran out of t'le school, she ran acTOSS the street into Leawood Park. She 'aid that she mel up with 150 or so
people in the park, She said that while they were there theyheard more bombs or gWlShots and then heard
someone yell that they should get out ofthe park. She said that she then went to her friend LindsayBlair's

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JC.o01- 003953
LAKlWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
'''CTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT, 05/06/99
FENSE: AOAlCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFPCO SHERIFF'S OPFleE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: 0N2806, FBl; 174A·ON5Z419, JC$O: CR '99·7625

house,and 'he was able to call her mother and her mather believesshe receivedthe call approximately 11 45 to
11.50. Hermother came to the house and picked up 12 ofthe girls that lived in the Governor's Ranch areaand
took them home. At Katie Jorgensen' house they were able to use the cell phone and other phones to call
parents. O'Dell said that as she ran down the maincorridorto exit the building, she remembers dodging in
between pHlars and behind walls as to avoid being shot. She said that shedoesn't know Why she <tid that now,
because there was no shootingin the hallway thal she was aware of, but she could hear it behind her

O'Dell said thar her backpack is blue with black trim. Inside the backpack is her Government,Math, Spanish
and Vocabularybook. several notebooks, her Government and Spanish folder,her calculator, her purse with
makeup and her school Ilr, and peas and pencils. She said she was wearing khaki shorts and a pink shit! with a
pink top, and white lenni:; shoes.

O'Dell is a Freshman. She said that:;he had heardof the l!O!lch coal mafia. and had seen kids wearing trench
coats aroundschool andjust assumedthat they were part of the trench coat mafia. She's had no problemswith
any students in the group and she', unawareof any students that <tid have problems. She said that her friend
Julie McKinneyreceived a letter during one of her classes in which the Sophomores write the Freshman Ierters,
She doesn't know Who the letter was from, but the letterwas all about warning Julie about her dealings with
members of the trench coat mafia.

O'Dell said that she doesn't know anybodywith two piercedeyebrows, She does have Interne, accessat home,
however she only uses it for Ecmail and her on-line service. She said that she did see 'he Royal News Network
and she thinks that she saw the thoughtof the day being you don't wont 10 be here today.

O'Dell said that during her travels through the schoolshe didn't notice any unusual backpacks or duffle bags.
She had no further informationto add to the investigation.

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I.AKlWOOD POua DEPARTNl,NT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT, GEORGi MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER' 99.31856
"'(TIM, COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT, 05/06/99
FENSE, AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INfORMATiON CONTROL NUMBER, DN2806, FBI: 174A·DN57419, JaO, CR #99.7625

ADDITIONAL MTNESSES:
l. Katie Jorgensen /
2. :\'icole Ziccardi . /
3. Jenny Taylor . /
4. Laura Green ../
5. ValerieMarr ../

These are all studentsthat were seatedat tableKK with O'Dell.

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Oefenda..ot:: ('Columbine shooting) Docket Numbe", 99A062 (T)


Dat.. : 050699 Case Number' 99-7625
Deput.y D.A.: Investigator: Mike Heylin

WITIlESS,

Mat.t.hew Oliver DOB: 091880


8030 S. Marshall Ct,
Li:tleto~, CO a0123
303-978-0779
c/o mother; Chris Oliver (1') 303-540-6934
father; Russell Cliver (w) 303-715-2930
·ellS Student.; backpack at. taole Il wieh l\llly Evan., loeigh Kamens,
Steve !r~jillo, Heather Pinkel, Nick Shuman and Tina Bernaeei: was
walking to food line in middle of eafeteria when incident began, Saw
no suspact.s or duffle bags; had Erie Harris, Dylan Klebold, Nat.e
Dykeman. and Chris Morris in his zero-hour bowling class; thought:
Eric and Ilylan were missing from boWling class day of shooting; was
net sure if Nate or Chris were in class that morning

IllVESTIGATION:

On May 6, 1999 at. 0934 hours r contacted Matt Oliver at his home for
an interview, His father was present, Matt- then t.old me the
following;

• He is ill senior at Columbine High . JC-001· 003960

• When asked abcut, Eric Harris, he said that he had Elri<:, Ilylan
Klebcld, Nate Ilykeman, and Chris Morris in his zero-hour bolo/ling
class. !le described Eric as being ill quiet 'iPy who never said

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ln~:~i:;g . He said that: Eric did. wear a trench coat at: times He
also K.."'lew Eric ever since they both went to Ken Caryl Middle School"

• When asked about Dylan Klebold, he did not know Oylan prior to
bowlin9 ~lass. He described Dylan as a bit more talkative chat
Sri.:: was

1t When asked about . - - , he said. that: ~as in n:.s


government: and economics class for 3rd hou~, He also saw him a=~~~d
school, He described ve~1 talkative. He reme~bered a :ime
lIIIIIas
in that c:ass when the stadents wer~ Calkinq abou~ their parents and
about God. He remEmbered saying that: he was not close
to his pa.::erH:s and :hat he did nee love them. e.Lso
sai.d c.nat his mother was goi:lg out with some othel: man. He
thaC~uld wear a trench coat on occasion, He did
know'" i~ was in his 3:r:d houz class on the day of
shooting"

* When asked about he said that he knew Who _


was, He said that he h a d . in his social studies class Laet;
year. He said t h a t . was a nice guy who talked about cars. He
in a trench. coat. He has not. seen much of _ :his
year

to When asked about he gaid that ~ was also i:l


his last year l
$ social studies clASS, He de5Crib~a$ a kid
who kept. to himself, would t.alk in class, and was very smart. He
thought that . . '~as On the dellate team" He said that
W041d also wear a trench coat on occasion.

• He could not think of any other trench coat students or


associates. He has heard the name l1Trench Coat: Mafia n but thought
they were just kids who ·~or .. black and kept to thell\lielves. He did
not think of them as a 'lang.

• He did not see any of the above named students Or other trench
coat students or associates in school the day of the shooting" He

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,i~ not think that Eric or Dylan were at the zero-hour bowl>ng class
t:"H9 d.ay of ~he ,h.ooting and could noe zeeemcer- if c..~ris Morris or
Nate Cykeman were in bowling that day.

• '//hen asked, he said that he did not see any unusual obj ect.s
around school the day of the shooting. When asked specifically, he
said he diQ not see any duffle baqs.

• On the day of the shooting, he had math class for 4th hour. He
got out: at ll; 10 a, m. and. went straight. down the stairs to t.he
cafeteria. He said he always goes to the last table that is in the
hallway outside Rebel corner. The table is the one. in that area
that is closese to the cafet.eria tables. This was veri!ied by t~e

location his backpack was fo~~d, table D.

• He was at. that table with his girlfriend, !\my Evans and; Le~gh
Kamens, Steve T~jillo, Heather Dinkel, Nick Shuman, and Tlna
llernacci. He sat down at. the table and w"ited for the lunch lines
to go d,own. After waiting about: 5 or 10 mdnutes , he gOt up and
st.arted toward the food line.

... Referring to t.he diagram, as he was walking around table H to


go to t.he food line, he saw students scrambling toward the west:
window.. lie saw Mr. Sanders and a janitor squatting down by the
west door to the cafeteria. ae ~houghl:. that a sen.l.or prank of
setting mice loose waS occurring.

• As he got close between tabl .." X and Y, everyone began to squat


down. lie heard someone say something about a ".hooting.' He got
down and does not remember if he heard any shots. He did hear
crying and panic. Aft.er i:leing down for 4S seconds, he started to
crawl back to his table. About half the way there, everyone started
to run out of the cafeteria. lle Went up the stairs and left down
the hallway ~~d out that hallway'S east doors toward Pierce St.

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• All he ",as cu:::ning do_ the hallway afCer going u.p Che stairs;
he he ard C""" loud shots or ..xpl""ions. He said ic sounded like it
waS coming from the upstairs area.

• once outside, he hopped into iii. car being driven by C':tris


Doven. He sa~d that from the time the~e was first a problem t~ the
time he was out of the school was about 3 to 4 minutes,

• He wae ..... aring a blue columbin.. football t-shi"t. jeal.,,, and


brown boots,

* ~e never SSW any suspe~ts,

This concluded my ~ncerview with Matthew oliver.

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7191 West Glascow Place

Littleton,Colorado 'SO 12.3

Columbine High School' lOth grade

IN" EST1GATION ,

On 05"{)3~9q, at about9 30 a.m. Ispoke Wim CHSst'l..l.den£ TashaOlsonas fellow up on DN24i9 The interview was conducted
'Y telephone ~l(hQUgh Tasha Olson was preYiously interviewed (DN 19481, the purpose of this follow up was to determine
whetheror not Tasha had seen or could identifY Eric Hams. Dylan Ktebold, or any of the individuals known to associate with
them,

Tasbaccnfirtned that she had beeninside thecaferenaon 0....20..99 at eboor 1[ 20 a.rn Tashasaidthat a groupt)(srudents hat::
gathered near the door located at the northwest corner cfthe cafeteria, Tasha said that she looked out the west windows. near

the door. and saw an mdividuaJ lying011 the- concrete, near the bottom of the stairway Tasha said thar when people began
yelling to'get down,'she ducked down under table VV at' WW Tasha said tha; meanly person she remembers seeiog oerside
the cafeteria was this individual. Tasha3aid thatshe never sawanyone wearing a trench coat. nordid she see arty weapcrust

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JC.Q01·003971
LAKEWOOD POLICE OEPARTMENT SUPPl.eMENTAL REPORT

PQRTlNG AGENT: GEORGE MCGl.YNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856


v,CTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOl. DATE OF REPORT: 04129199
OFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOl. TASK FORCElJEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON2513, FBI: 174A.oN57419, JSCO: CRft9-7625

suspeCTS:
ERIC HARRIS
DYLAN KLEBOLO

W!TNESS: ORBAN, JEREMY


OOB: 11114162
7357WEST FREMONT OR" LITTLETON, CO 80128
303·973·9448
MOTHER: JOANN SANDER·CEDERL
7357 WEST FREMONT DR, LITTLETON, CO 80128
303·973·9448 WORK: 303·781-6653
STEPFATHER: GEORGE SANDER-CEDERL
7357WEST FREMONT OR, LITTLETON, CO 60128
303·973·9448 WORK: 303·799·3905

INVESTIGATION:
On 05103199 I was assigned Information Control Number DN2513 for follow up investigation,
The narrative stated that Jeremy Orban hadbeen in the cafeteria at apprOXimately 7:00 a.m. The
source was Brandi Wiseman, a student at Columbine HIgh School.
On 05104199 at 1130 hours I mel with Jeremy Orban and his motherJoann Sander·Ceden at
theirresidence, Also present at the residence were two other Columbine students, Braden Pesusich
and Ali BQukhalfa. Both Pesuslch and Boukhalfa were present in the cafeteria with Jeremy Orban
andthey were also interviewed,
Orban stated that he walked to school on 04120199 and that he arrived at apprOXimately 0710
hours and that he entered the school through the main entrance thenwent to his lockerand down to
commons or cafeteria area, He said he mel a girlnamed Cari, last nameunknown and Brandi

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT

,PORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856


vtCTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04129199
OFFENSE: AOAlCOlUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCElJEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATiON CONTROL NUMBER: DN2513, FBI: 174A.DNS7419, JSCO: CRlJ99·7625

Wiseman, He said they .....ere in the commons lor approximately 10 to 15 minutes before first hour.
Orban said that he didn't notlee anything unusual in the cafeteria at that time, He didn't notice any
unattended duffel bags or backpacks, although he said he .....asn't really looking for any,
Orban left the commons area and went to Span:sh on the lower level for first hour He left
SpaniSh ar.a second hour .....ent to chemistry on the main level, for third hour he went to history on the
main level and after third hour he went to his locker and then to fourth hour across from the
gymnasium, his math ciass. He then left his math class and went to the A lunch. He said that when
he amved he got in line to purchase food and after he purchased his pizza he went to sit at his table
He identifIed!l'le.lable that he wa$.Sitting at as table AA. He said that the other people at hrs table
we~en Pesus~j,'.';;;-BOukhalf;,.Seth Biggi. Ian-;:;ales:.Nict Ramynyshin\ R;;! Ra,,:'R;n ~,
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and Terry, faSfname unkncwn.
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Orban said that he sat down at the table, took two bites of this pizza when he heard a janitor
come in through an outside door yelling for everyone to gel dowl), ~ said that he looked out the
;iJ.r'!':
windows and saw a person who he believes was Dylan Klebold ~ a male student m the leg and
throw a pipe bomb into the parking lot He said that he and other students then got under the tables,
He said that then he and other s~",dents began running towards the stairs and as they ran Orban
couid hear what he described as booms thinking in retrospect that these were pipe bombs, Orban
said that as he approached the stairs he could see th31the stairwell was quite crowded and there
was a teacher in the hallway by tl1e food cart directing them down tl1e hall. He said that he ran down
the hall until he had to make a right and followed that hallway down to the last classroom. He said
there were numerous students gOing Into that olassroom and there were several teachers in the class
with them, He said that after several minutes lhe teachers heard the shooling from what he believes
was upstairs and he, at the direction of the faoulty, ran aut the south exit doors from this classroom,
across the student parking lot and to a house at Polk Street and Pierce. He said they went in the
house for a short time and a student there had a cell phone and he was able to call his mother, He
'Ieved he was able to contact her at approximately 11:45 a.m. Orban had been separated from his

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LAKEWOOC POUCE CEPARTMENT SUPPl.EMENTA1. REPORT

~,PORT1NG AGENT: GEORGE MCG1.YNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856


';T1M: C01.UMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04129199
OFFENSE: AOAlCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCElJEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTR01. NUMBeR: DN2513, FBI: 114A-DN57419, JSCO: CR#99-1625

mends at the table when he left the table. Orban did not leave anything behind in the cafeteria. He
said he had been wearing brown corduroy's and a green T shirt. He said he took his backpack with
him when he left Orban said that he noticed nothing unusual In the cafeteria prior to the incident
beginning, that he didn't nonce any iarge duffel bags or backpacks that appeared to be unattended.
However. he staled that he probably wouldn't nonce such an item because it is common practice far
the students to drop their packs and go get food, using their packs to save a spot. Orban said that
he was familiar with the trench coat mafia only by name and knew that they were kids that wore
trench coats, but had no run in's with them and couid provide no further information on the trench
coat mafia. He also did not know Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold. Orban did not know of any students
who were building pipe bombs or stockpiling weapons. He does not have his own web sIte and does
not have Intemet access at home.
I next intervIewed Braden Pesuslch. He il'ldicated he had not been in the cafeteria any other
time during the day and had gone to the cafeteria for the A lunch. He said that he had come from the
upstairs into the cafeleria, had gone to the lunch line and then made his way to the table when the
incident began. He said that he observed people standing up by the west windows and felt perhaps
there was a tight. He said that he had a fairly clear yiew of the kid running up the hil!, trying to ;un up
and get away, when he heard more shots. He said thai he then observed what he thought were pipe
bombs being thrown into the parking lot. He said that he saw one of the gunmen by the wlMdow
shooting down towards the ground. He could not see what the gunman was shooting at The only
description he could remember was that this gunman had iong aurly hair and in retrospect thinks It
was Dylan i'<lebold. He said about this time people were starting to run for the stairs to the cafeteria
He said that he ran along the south waU and that he saw a girl screaming. He thought hiname
might be Kim or Patty Blair. He couldn·t be sure because the Blair's are twins. He said that the glri
was screaming "Ann Marie, Ann Marie". He said that shortly past this girl that was screaming, was a
male student who was covered with blood. He said he didn't appear to be injured. but he had blood
.. oyer him. He said he next focused on the stairs and saw there was a large crowd there and ran

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LAKEWOOD POLICE OEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT

'?ORTING AGENT: GEORGE MeGlYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856


vICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04129199
OFFENSE: AOAlCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCEiJEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2513, FBI: 174A..oN57419, JSCO: CR#99-7625

down the corridor into·thelanguagesection of the building. He said that he didn't go entirely down
the hall. but made a rtght tum by the Special Ed hall. He said as he ran past the stairwell he oould
heara rapid series of shots from where he believed was e~her behind him or upstairs. He said that
he then ran down the corridorpast the Speclal Ed classroom and out of the building. Pesustcn said
that he took his pack with him and he was weartng khaki colored pants and a dark blue T shirtand
left nothing behind in the cafeterta. Pesusioh said that hewas familiar with the trench coat mafia only
by name but had no run in's with them and cculd provide no further information on the trench coat
mafia, He also did not know Eric Harrisor Dylan Klebold. Pesusich did not know of any students
whowere building pipe bombs or stockpiling weapons. He does have Intemet access at home,
however he does not have a web page or username, Pesuslch couid add nothing further
I also interviewed Ali Boukhalfa, whoalso stated he had only been in the cafeteria duringthe A
eh and that he had comefrom upstairs. He said he had been in line and was making his way
backto the tablewhen the incident began. He heard a commotion and a loud thud outside the west
windows. He got up and saw a suspectwith what he believed was a shotgun. He observed him
shoot the gun but did not know where he shot it Into. He then saw what he thoughtwas a pipe bomb
go flying through the air and then the suspect ran to the north Side and up the stairs. He then heerd
several loud bombs as he was getting down. He said thatwhen the students began to run out of the
cafeterta he ran for the stairs. He went up the stairs andthen directly east out the southeast main
entrance and across the street Intothe park. He said that as he was running out the corridor he
could still hear gunshots which he believed were coming from behind him, Boukhalfa could not
identify the personhe saw with the shotgun and could provide no furtherinformation as to what the
person might have beenwearing.
Boukhalfa left nothing behind, he was wearing jeans and a dark Ilrey T shirt with II marbled
top. Boukhalfa said he was familiar with the trench coat mafla and had seen them around. He also
did not know Ene Hams or Dylan Klebold but that in retrospect he had seen Klebold around the
1001. He had no direct involvement with the trench coat mafla, but had II friend named Brett

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l.AKEWOOO POWCE CEPARTMENT SUPPl..EMENTAL REPORT

'PORTING AGENT: GEORGE MeGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856


..CTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL CATE OF REPORT: 04129199
OFFENSE: .lOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCElJEFFCO SHERIFF'S OPPleE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON2513, FEll: 174A-ON57419, JSCO: CRft9·7625

Sullivan who had transferred to Englewood se_al months ago for other reasons. Sullivan had
bumped into Klebold and they got into a pushing ecntest. Boukhalfa received this information
second hand and did not have personal knowledge of the Incident He could only add that the trench
ceat mafia membenl seemed rather odd and he stayed away from them. He did not know of any
students who were building pipe bombs or stockpiling weapons and noijced nothing unusual in the
school the day this incident occurred. He does not have a web page and could add nothing further.
Both Pesusich and 80ukhalfaverified the students that were at their table. They also
indicated on the maps provided their routes into and out of the building. Orban indicated his
entrance In a solid orange and his exit in a doted orange, Boukhalfa did his entry in a solid green and
exttin a doted green and Pesusich did his entry in a solid red and his exit in a doted red.

omONAL WITNESSES:
Braden Pesusicn, Ali Boukhalfa. Seth BlggI, Ian Hales. Nick Romynyshin, Rani Rao, Ryan
Barts and Terry, last nameunknown.

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LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
, •.:PORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04-30-99
OFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE H1GH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/ JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2801, FBI: 174A-DN57419, JCSO: CR #99-7625

SUSPECTS:
ERIC HARRIS
DYLAN KLEBOLD
WITNESS:
1. OWEN, ALISA , OOB: 08-31-81
6338 Geddes Drive. Littleton, CO 80128. 303-932-0215
Mother. Cathy Owen, 6338 Geddes OMve, Littleton. CO 60128, 303-932-0215, work: 303-784-8190
Father: Michael Owen, 6338 Geddes Drive, Littleton, CO 80128. 303-932-0215, work: 303-757-9335
INVESTIGATION:
On 05-04-99 I was assigned Information Control Number DN2801 for follow up Investigation, The
Information Controlnarrativestated that Alisa Owen Is on the onginal cafeteMa backpack list.
On 05-06-S91 responded to 6338 Geddes Drivewhere I metwithAilsaOwen and her mother. Ailsa Owen
confirmed Ihal she was in the cafetaMa when this incident occurred.
Owen slated that on 04·20·99 she drove her car10 Columbine High School and parked in her assigned
parking space#214 in thesenior lot. Sheentered the school through the student entranceIntothe Commons and
went up to her locker. which is on \he main hall by the audltorurrn, She estimated she arrived at approximately
0700 hours. Shethen went to her physicsclass onthe mainlevel and spoke with her teacher For first hour she
has physics with Mr. Manuello. Second hour she has Spanish with Ms. Burch·SteMing. Third hour she has
language arts, whichis back 00 the main leveland fourth hourshehas math in the mathwing. Forthat class she
had a substitute teacher and does not recall the name. Shesaid thai after fourthhour she went to her locker and
thenwentto the "A" lunch. Shereviewed the diagram olthe cafeteria and indicated she was seated at tabie '00"
The otherstudentssittingat her tablewere:Alex (lastnameunknown, a female). Jess Brown, JennyCOlbY{Ydie
Perry,-;;'nd Pat (last name unknown). Owen estimated shearrived in the cafeteria at approximately t 115 hours
She saidthat she had traveled to the oafeteria with herfriend, Jenny COlby. She said that sheeurchased a pop,
sat downand started to eat her lunch. She thinksthat perhaps she ate her sandwich and had just started eating
some chips when she heard a male voice yell -get down''', She said at that time the entire population of the
cateterta started to get down their chairs and undertheir tables. She did the same and was starting to question

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JC-001_ 003981
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTALREPORT
,.",PORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGl.YNN CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM: COl.UMBINE HIGH SCHOOl.. CATE OF REPORT: 04-30.99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOl..UMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE!JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATIONCONTROl. NUMBER: 01'12801, FBI: 174A.DN57419, JCSO: CR #99·7625

herfriends and askingwnatwas going on. Shenoticed thatthen peoplethatwere nearthe Windows werecrawling
on the floor and pushing their way toward the stairs. '
Owen said that she peaked up from overthe tableandable to look out the window. She said that on the
hili area she saw someone trip and fall down. She thought that it was DYLAN. She said that he was wearing a
black trench coat and his blaok baseball cap which he wears backwards. She said that she also thought it was
DYLAN becauseof his curly hair. She could not see hiS handsand she couldn't tell what he was wearing on his
feet. She said that she also saw someoneby the carsthatwere parkednear the building. She said that usually
ERIC, DYLAN and Zak have their cars parked in the first spots. She inte~ected that she knew that ERIC and
DYLAN andlak hadanived at school at 0430hoursto getthoseget thoseassignedparking spaces. Theywanted
to have the spots closest to the school.
Owen said that Zak drives a blue car, DYLAN has a black Volvo or BMW, and ERIC also drives a black
-. She said that there was one person standing between two cars in the iot. She couldn't tD the person as they
had their back to her, but she thoughtthat they were wearing a blacktrench coat and lookedheavier-set andwas
wearing camel army pants. She said that she does recalilhatthere was a car parked in Zak's spot. whichis the
first spot and DYLAN's spot which is the second spot andthinks that the third space was empty. She thefl said
that she startedto craWl acrossthe cafeteriafloortoward the stairwell. She said that she saw peoplegoing up the
staits and she got up and ran.
Owen ran to the stairs and as she was going up the stairs noticed that a friend of hers had fallen. She
doesn't recall the friend's name. She helped her up andthought that she had sprainedher ankle. Shesaid that
theythen heardgunshotsInthe cafeteria behindthemandshe alsoheardbombs. Peoplewere beginning to panic
andyell "get out, get out". She said that she was frustrated as she went up the stairs because the crowd wasn't
moving fast enough and that wnen she finallygot up the stairs, she ran directly down the hallway and out of the
building, She didn't recall hearing fire aiarms but did say that she did hear gunshots and bombs as she was
running out, These sounds were coming from behind her.
When she exiled the school she went across the street into the Leawood Park and attempted to find her
friends. She was at a gazebo when she heardsomeone yelled to run.again and run into the neighborhood. She
ran into the neighborhood and got Into a house. She didn't knowwhose house that it was, but she got on a cell

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JC-Q01. 003982
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPA.RTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REJOORT
. ,.;PORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04.30.99
OFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON2801, FBI: 174A..oN57419, JCSO: CR 1199·7625

phoneand was able to call her mom. Her mother indicated that she received at 1222 hours. She then got a ride
a
to Leawood Elementary and was reunited with her parents after trip to the hospital to check on some friends.
Owen estimated that it took her approximately ten minutes from Ihe time the Incident began until she was in
Leawocd Parle
Owen said her backpack is a blue and black Eastport. that it contains a red folder. rniscetlaneous papers.
a dayplanner, several other books, a TI 83 graphingcateulator, and a wallet. Owensaidthat shewas wearing jean
overalls, a gray short-sleeved shirt. and tennis shoes.
Owen said that she knew ERIC HARRISandthat she believesIn eighth or ninth grade she had asxe<! him
to a class dance. She said that he is since been in several of her classes including her CCS class taught by Mr
Webb. She was not in his particular group in the classanddid not knewwhat his paperwas about.She that when
evershe would hang around ERIC and his friends, they wereconstantlyjOking around saying things like''l'm going
10\ you too". Owen said that this was Just their sense of humor and she did not feel threatened by the talk.
Owen said that she had seen DYLAN KL5BOLD in the hallways and several weeks prior to the incident,
had talked to him about school. She said she was extremely surprised when it turned it was DYLAN KLEBOLD
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was involved In the incident because she describes him as "a nice guy" She wasn't surprised to find out that It
was ERIC HARRISbecause he had a very dark side andhe alwayskept to himself. I asked Owen to characterize
her relationship with ERIC and DYLAN. She said that they more of acquaintances than friends.
Owen said that she also knewZak Hecklerandthat he had been in one of her classes, a Power Pointclass
for physics. However, she didn't even considered herself an acquaintance of Zak only that she knew him
Owens said that sh'l' usually ate lunch with a group of girls who liked to associated themselves with the
"trench coat mafia", Their names were Nicole Marks. Krista (last name unknown), Alex (last name unknown.
possibly Marsh), and Vanessa (last name unknown). She said that usuallythe talk at their lable was about prom
or social actiVities and the only time she ever heard them talking about weapons was Alex and Vanessa Joking
about sword-fighting. She further stated that Nicolepossibly Marks, was dating Chris Morris. Krista (last name
unknown)was dating Eric (last name unknown) who alwayswears a beret. She said she was unaware of who
Alex and Vanessa might be dating. She said that Krista alwayswore black and she always wore black overalls.
She said that Alex always wore dark clothes but usually black, usually dark grays and greens, Vanessa alsowore

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
_PORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM; COLUMBtNE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT; 04-30-99
OFFENSE: AOAJCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERlFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON2801, FBI: 174A·DNS7419, JCSO: CR #99·7625

darK clothas but not usuaUy black. Shesaidthatanothergirt, Jenny, that usuallyhangsout with them, always wore
a ccior-guard jacket and Jessica, who hangs out with them, always wore very reveaUng clothing,
Owen said that she had no problemswith 'trench coal mafia' members and had not hear of any other
studentshavingproblemswith them. When asked about unusual backpacks or duffle bags in the cafeteria, Owen
said that she does recall a pack near their table that was between her andthe pop machines, She saidthat it was
very large and on the floor and peoplewere stepping over it She said she remembers someoneaSking who II
belonged to It and no one answeredup for it She saidthat several students tried push it out Ofthe way but it was
so heavy it wouldn't move or they didn't moveit Owendid not know anybody wllh double-pIerced eyebrow and
does not have Internet access,
Owen'smother indicatedat the end of lhe interview that they alsowere acquainted with RobynAnderson
andTiffanyBurke. She statedthat on the day that the incident occurred, Alisahad been callingnumerous friends
'ind out if they were okay that evening, One of the calls soe made waS to Tiffany Burke, She said that Tiffany
was no longer a friend but her name just appeared 1n the phone booksthat Alisa was using and she called her.
Shesaid that later when Ailsa wasn't in the residence, Tiffanycalledand Cathy Owenasked her if she was okay.
Shesaid Tiffany's response was'l wasn't there, and I don'twanttalk about it". In retrospect, CathyOwenthinks
this Is an unusual statement. Alisa Owen couid add no furtherinformation.
AcDlTIONAL WITNESSES:
1. JESS SROWN
2. JENNY COLBY
3. LVOlE PERRY
4. ALEX (last name unknown)
5. PAT (last name unknown)
Thet>e were studentsseated at table '00" with Ailsa Owen,

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
. _PORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGHSCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04-30.99
OFFENSE: AOA/COlUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2799, FBI: 174A-DN51419, JCSO: CR #99-7625

SUSPECTS;
ERIC HARRIS
DYLAN KLEBOLD
WITNESS:

t. OWEN, NATHANIEL, 006: 10-23-83


9704 WEST POWER CIRCLE, LITTLETON, CO 80128, 303-933-3413
Mother. NancyOwen, 97Q4 West PowerCirele, Llllieton, CO 80128, 303-797·7618. work: 303-861-6013
Father. Taylor Owen. 9704 West PowerCircle, Lillieton, CO 80128,303-797-7618, work 303-90H1709

INVESTIGATION:
On 05-05-99 I was assigned InfOlll1ation Control Nllmber 01'12799 for follow lip investigation The
Information Control narrative stated that Nathaniei Owen is on ttle original cafeteria backpack list.
On 05-06-99 I responded to 9704 West PowerCirclewhere I met with Nathaniel Owen and his parents.
Nathaniel confirmed that he was in the cafeteriawhen this incidentoccurred.
Owenslated that he took the bus to school. He believed the bUll numberis S 1 He anrived at school by the
main entrance, the entrancejust southof the main entrance. He said that he entered the school and went to the
cafeteria area and arrived there at approximately 0715 hours. He indicated on the map that he sat at a table near
the east pillar, possibly tablEl "HH" or W, He said that he visited with other students who were in the cafeteria
and then left the cafeteria to go to his first hour class which is journalism and the teacheris Jenkowski He sa,d
that the journalism class is on the main level. He let! first hourto go to second hour, which is his language arts
class, Mr. Laba, and he met with ChanesWhitsel. Theytraveledto the mathciaas together for thirdhour withMrs.
Layman. He said that aflerthird hour he has fourth hour off andwentto the Commons. He said !l1at he golto the
Commons and went to his usual tabie which he identified as table "IT. He said that several of his other friendS
that have fourth 110ur off met him there, those being Jeff Holfer, Gift Seawright, Robbie Wisher. Chris Wisher.
Jordan Grimm, and other student that they refer to as Nevel. Also BrianBay was with them at this lime, He said
!l1at sometimes they eat or do homework or just talk duringthis 110ur. He said that during the fourth hour he didn't

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JC..Q01" 003989
LAKEWOODPOUCEOEPARTMENTSUPPLfMENTALREPORT
. _PORTING AGENT: GEORGE MeGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04-3G-99
OFFENSE: AOAICOLUMBlNE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCEI JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON2799, FBI: 174A-oN57419, JCSO: CR #99-7625

noticeanyone come in to the cafeteria and drop off a backpack or duffle bag. However, he indicated his backwas
to the doors by the facUlty lounge and he wouldn't have been able to see anybody come. He said that due to his
conversations he probably would not have noticed. He said that for the -A" lunch, Brian Say remained at the table
They were joined by Mike Nalfeh, Mark Opher, Kent Foncannon, Tyrone (last name unknown) and Kenny Rupp,
He said that they were sitting at their table and that he had golten his food at approximately at 1110 hours. He
purchaseda Subway sandwich. He said that Mark Opher left out the door to upstairs by the library and left out
the faculty door. Shortly after he left the incident began. Owen said that inilially he did not hear any shots but
heard whal he thought were chairs falling down or muffled bangs. He sakllhat he turned behind him and looked
out the WIndow. He said that he looked out the window and saw three people. He said he saw two people lying
on the ground and as he looked out the window he saw anothersludent go down He said the male studentlhat
went down appeared as though he had been sholln the leg from the parking lot area. He said that the student
s wearing baggy shorts, blue jean style, a T-shirt which is dark In color, and he had short, blond hair. He said
mat he Immediatelyturned around to his friends and askedjlthey heard any gunshots. He said at aboutthe same
time he hear a male teacher yelling "get down, get down' He Immediately dropped down and got behind some
chairs. He s.ltd his initial response was just hide by Ihe chairs and he waited a minute or two and then he started
to move toward the stalnwell. He saiel that there were peoplecrawling and runningtoward the stairs. He said that
he got to the stairwell, he saw that the stairs were extremely crowded and he grabbed his friend Tyrone who was
standing there, and they ran down the foreign language hallway corridor. then directly to the doors He said that
when they got to the doors. he had lost Tyrone aiongthe way. Therewas a girl standing by the door, They paused
for a moment at the door and then the girl ran from the scnoct. He immediately followed her and he heard a
teacher yelling at them to stay in the school. The teacher then yelled to them to "get our and other students
startedto come out of the school. He said that he followed the girl and then lost her at some point as he across
the street into Leawood Park, He said that he eventually ended up at a friend's house that had stayed home for
lunch by the name of Eric Long, and that more students arrived at the house. He said that as they were at the
park, they had been told to run into the neighborhoods. He said that while they were at Eric's house, they were
able to hear more gunshots and they ran from that house thinking It was too close. He ended up knocl<!ng on
some neighbors homes and an older oouple let him Into the house along with other students.

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JC-001· 003990
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
h_"'ORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04.30.99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE!JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2799, FBI: 114A.oN57419, JCSO: CR #99-7625

Owen said that he was fairly sure that student he observed was shot in the leg and that he was bleeding.
He said he couldn't be sure about the other two that were laying on the ground. He could provide no description
of the two. He said that he did not see anyone shooting a gun and did not see any of the suspects outside the
window,
Owen said that he did not see anything unusual in the cafeteria Whilehe was ,n there for fourth hours and
a lunch, He did not notj~ any large, unattended duffle bags.
Owen said that his backpack 'IS a green Janspcrt, He said that it is a very big bag and that he carries all
of his bOOKS, a math book, a Spanish book. vocabulary book, journalism book, three large binders, several other
notebooks and his Texas Instruments calculator, Owen said that he was wearing a white shirt, Khaki pants, and
Dock Martin boots or shoes.
Owen said that he has hllard of the 'trench coat mafia' prior to the incident, However, he has had no
'ael with them and no Incidents that he has been involved in, He had heard that several weeks prior to the
incident that there was going to be a fight between the "trench coat mafia" and the jocks, He never heard of
anything coming of it and wasn't aware of any fight. He said that usually there are 'trench coat mafia" students
silting at a table near the door. He identified thallable as 'UU·, He said normally there IS a dark, blond-haired
students that wears black cargo pants and a trench coal, has sunglasses, is fairiy skinny and has a paie
complexion, Owen believes he is a junior al the school and is unaware 01 his name. He said that one time while
they were in the cafeteria he had heard other students from across the way leasing this 'trench coat mafia"
member.
Owen does not know of any students with double-pierced eyebrows. He does have Intemel access but
does not have a user name or ICO account. He says that he has not seen anything about the "lrench coat mafia"
on the Internet and hasn't tried to access their sites Owen could provide no further informalion to the
investigation.

ACOtTIONAL WITNESSES:
1, JEFF HOFFER
2. GIFF SEAWRIGHT

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JC-001- 003991
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
••",PORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04-30-99
OFFENSE: AOA/COlUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON27t9, FBI: 174AoON57419, JCSO: CR #99-7625

3. ROBSIE WISHER
4. CHRIS WISHER
5. JORDAN GRIMM
6. NEVEL (last name unknown)
7. BRIAN BAY'/
These students were all in the cafeteria commons during fourth hour,
6. MIKE NAIFEH 0/

9, MARKOPHER •
10, KENT FONCANNON •
11, TYRONE (last name unknown)
12, KENNY RUPP •
These are all stlJdents at the table with Owen at the time the incident began.

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

5/6/99
On 5/5/99, Johnathan OWens, DOB 6/10/82, 5409 West
Hinsdale Avenue, Littleton, Colorado, was advised of the identity
of the interviewinq Aqent, and the nature and purpose of the
interview. He was interviewed in the presence of l1i& Mother,
Mary Ann Owens, DOB 7/3/57. He provided the followinq
information.
On 4/20/99, John arrived at Columl:>ine Hi..h School at
approximatelY 7:00 a.m. He went directly to the cafeteria, and
sat by himself at table JJ or MM. He didn't notioe any duffel
ba..s or baokpacks that stood out to him or looked unusual. At
7:30 a.m., he went to a computer class to assist a teacher with
this class. Afterwords, he went to his normal classes.
His last class prior to first period lunch was his
history class, that let out at approximately 11:10 a.m. From
here, John went directly to the caflllteria. He bouqht his lunch
at the school store, and walked to table SB, which is near the
windows on the west side of the cafeteria. He was seated with
the followinq individuals.
1. Danny Abrams v
2. Peter(P.J.j capra.!
As he was eat in.. lunch, he noted that several students Were
standinq up and lookinq out the west windows of the cafeteria.
He also looked out the windows, and observed a student whom he
couldn't identify with a blood oovered Ie.. runnin.. towards the
baseball liiamond. Next he saw a qunman at the bottom of the
stairs on the west side ot the cateteria dressed in black
clothing, however not in a black trench coat. The qunman had on
black pants, a black shirt, and lonq blond hair (neck lenqth).
The gUnman pointed a sawed off shotgUn towards the qround and
tired once. He then got down on tne tloor, and as he did, he
heard an explosion in the sehool parkin.. lot. Teachers and
janitors were yelling for students to get down. John crawled
halfway to the stairs near tne trophy case, and then ran to the
stairs, and heard qunfire at the top ot the stairs. Instead of
..oin.. up the stairs, he ran down the foreiqn langUage hallway
with many other students. He and a qroup ot stuclents went into
the last classroom on the left next to the exit. There were also

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two teachers in this olassroom. A student named JUlie Brunoff
attempted to call 911, however the line was hUsy, They were in
this classroom approximately two-three minutes, and then the
teachers dircted them out of the school, across the parking lot,
and south to the first house to the south of the school on
Pieroe. There were many students in this house, and after five
or ten minutes 'he left and a stUdent driving a small car
(possihly white in color) gave John and a few other unidentified
students a ride into the neighl>orhood, and went to the house of
yet another unidentified student. John stated that he thinks
that the student thet gave him a ride looked like a student in
the 1998 yearbook in the Trench coat Hafia photo, The stUdent he
pointed to was Brian Sargent.
John did not see Harris or Klebo1d around school on
either Monday or Tuesday. He actually didn't know lI:lebold or
Harris per se, however he thinks that in the past he has seen
them and other TCM: students around the school. He didn't know
very much about the TCM:, but has haard that they can gat drugs
and guns.
John does use the Internet, and has a screen name of
surfer 211:1.. He does not have an ICQ, and doesn't utilize chat
rooms.

JC..Q01.00399&
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESl'IGAnON

5/25/99

on 5/21/99, Johnathan Owens, DOS 6/10/82 was advised of


the identity of the interviewing Agent, and the nature and
purpose of the interview. He was interviewed in the presence of
his Mother, Mary Ann Owens, DOS 7/3/57. He provided the
fOllowing information.

A previous interview conducted with Johnathan on


5/5/99, was referenced, and a copy of the 302 provided for him to
review. Specific reference in the body of the 302 was made to
his viewing a gunman at the bottOM of the stairs Qutside the west
side of the cafeteria that pointed a sawed off shotgun at the
ground and fired. He was then shown a series of photographs in a
photo lineup in order to determine if any of these photographs
were of the same individual that he saw on 4/20/99, previously
referenced. He positively identified Dylan Klebold as the
individual that he saw on that day.
specific reference was also made in the body of the 302
to Johnathan being given a ride after the incident by a student
that he thought might have been srian Sargent. He was then shown
another Series of photographs in a photo lineup in order to
determine is any of these photographs were.of the same individual
that gave him a ride on 4/20/99. He positively identified Brian
sargent as being tne driver of tne car.

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