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TIFfANY SH.ARPLEY, 008105·23-84


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Littleton. CO 80123
303·979-8603
Srudent-Columbine High School

HARRY SHARPLEY, OOBIO'J·08-%


Same- as above
Work,45SSYorkSt
JonYe,. CO 8021.
303·295-0818 ext. 200

MARY ANNE SHARPLEY. OOBlOJ·29·50


Same as above.
work: lucent Technologies
West I;10th &;. Heron Streets
We"min"er. CO BOOlO

INVESTIGATION:
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On 05-11-99. [ responded with a leSO Victim Advocate to 776 [ S. Yarrow Street, to interview Tiffimy Sharpley andherfather
Harry Sharpley about the shooting thatoccurred on 04-20·99.t Columbine High School. Tiffany Sharpley seidon 04·20·99,
"about 11 :20. sbe went mtothe cafeteria at Columbine HighSchool to eatlunch Shesaidshe bedbeen outside of the cafeteria
in the south easrarea, then wenr inside to gOT her food. and wasat the serving line. TiffanySharpleysaid she had paidfor her
unch when shesawseveral ,llJdelll$ nm toward the cafeteria window on the west side"f the cafOTeri. and look,,"!Side. Tiffany

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Sherplevsaid a student named Chris Marcum and till'« other srudents carne running into the cafeteria, and were running bent
overand ducking down, TiffanySlwpley saidso. thought the incident was. seniorprank, however, Chris Marcum toldthem
someone was outsideofthe 'Cafeteria wUh a gun and told the peoplein the: cafeteria to get: down on the floorand un4erthe tables
Tiffany Sharpley said !lte got downon the floorand hid behind a molal cart that was neXt to the serving line'he was in, Tiffany
Sharpley said that she stayed downthere: forapproximately one to twominutes and thenseveralstudentsin the middle section
of the cafetena got up and ran toward the stall's thai leadto thesecondfloorof me high school, Tiffany Sharpleysaid she began
to run with the othei'students toward the stairs. but remembered chat there was a restroom next to the cafeteria that is not used.
very frequently. soshe ran into this restroom '0 hide, Tiffany Sharpley saidother studenes by tit. names ofJiH Shawoski. K;lee
Morton. and fourother studentS werealready in the restroom. Shesaidthe students were in the stallsstanding: on topof the toilet
seatsso if the suspectsentered the restrccm they would not see the students' feet. Tiffany Sharpley said willie she was inside
the restroom she- heard at least rwoshots and probably mote. [t sounded to her likethey were coming. from the cafeteria nffan~

Sharpley saidthe students in the restroom did not know what tc do so they waited aboutfive minutes, andafter not bearing an>
additional shots. they began to exit the restroom. Shesaida male teacher (unknown name)tow. themto get into the auditorium
where the teachers looked the doorsand saidshe hidamong tlleseats highest up in theauditorium. tiffilny SharpleY saidwltil.
in the auditorium. she heard what she describedas three to (our explosionsoutside of the au.ditorium at an unknown lOCa(10n
TiffanySharpleysaid the students remainedin the auditorium foraboutthirty minutesbeforethe exited to the doors underneath
the stairs.ran down the hallwaypast the foreign language department. out the doors and across South Pierceinto Leawood Park
whereseveral other students were at Tiffany Sharpleysaid about ten minuteslater all the people in Leawood Park suddenly
bega.., to run and scaner from the park. so she beganrunning from the park also, running east boundon west Fair Avenue She
said she did not know why the studentswere l"Ul':1ZUtlg. but later heardIt was: because!hestudents in the park may have beenshot
at by the suspects at ColumbineHigh Scbool, TiffanySharpleysaid whileshe 'WaS in the park, she did not hear any gunshots.
nor did she see any of the suspects or other students with guns at Columbine High School.

Tiffany Sharpley said she did not see any bagsresembling the duffle bag. laterrecovered in the cafeteria. prior to or during the
incident She also said she did not see the propane tank
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Tiffany Sharpley saidshe did rsx have My information to provide about theTn:nch CoatMafia other than to say that e\-er; body

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wasafraidof th"m but'''thougbl t!Iey were a joke." Tiffany Sharpley said'M had"'" seen the TrenchCoar MatiaSMi<lnt.> Cause
any prcbtcms. She said some time thissemesterprior III the ,boo"l1ll Incl<!ent. site talked to suspect Eric Harris .boot a !Hend
of hen, KatieThompson. gomg to the prom with""""'" Hams. She said she did nell recall anything unusual or .tratlge about
this ccnversation. Tiffany Sharpley said she did nOl know suspeot Klebold WIlen I asked Tiffilny Sh"'1'ley aeou; the other
TrenchCoat Mafia students. she estimatedthere were: aboutsix members and said. me recalled a male subject she believedto
be. Trench Coat Matia student w.lking in a baJiway at Columbine HighSchool. SM describedhim as a male,tall, wearing an
anklelengthleamertrench coat, and did not tt<:all any other dotlling other than a baseball cap worn backwards. She said she
wouldsee this person after a science class buteculd not provide any further information about him,

Tiff:my Sharpleysaid she left her backpackowide of tbe cafeteria anddescribed it as a bright blue "Timberland' backpack.

TIffilny Sharpley said she dees not know of any students making explosive devicesamlIor possessjng firearms, She said'be bas
norheard any rumors of thiS nature either.

Tiffany Sharpleysaid on 04-20·99. she was wearinga whi", "Billabong"shtrt, .1..jeans and black slip on '''0:'
The JCSOVictimAdvocatewith meduringthis interview with TiffanySh"'1'ley advisedher and her father, HarrySharpley. to
contact heroffice if they needed anyassistance in the future. I alsogave them my business cardandtoldthem to contact me with
any furtherinformationor if they needed my assistance.

DISposITION: Open, pending further investigation.

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Dot<: May 13,1m ea.o Number. 99A062
DeputyDA: lnveotiplOl:: DoyIo, PI

FBI CASE 4-DN·57419

WITNESS CONTllOI. NUMBER; 3028

ICSD CASE 99-1625

Reponing u>VosUp",r, P1, Doyle, is • coIlllllis>1Ol1Odl"""" oftlw employed by tllt DisIri<l A''''mey in
tllt First Judicial Dill101<I """'"" lell<,.,,,,IIlId CUp", COUlllle>. I .... _ y assigned to wISt in
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On May 13, 1m I spa"" with Kristonl... Sheffield, • sopbolllOlO,
DoB: 5·21-83
1556 PatkView MOllOllliIl
LinlolOl1, CO
303 979-4308
Her mother is .A..WJa
Her fatl>tt is iolm Pager. 303851-5701

Kristeu' 5 father was present durin; the. ~w.

Kristtm told mt the following:

Shewas in aliller _ on tllt mormng of Apl"J ro", Shewe", '0 lunch" _ , 11: 15 orso,
see wetl' to ner"010"" talw.! to her fneods: Nicole La_n, AlldraLaUllOT 8861 W 1'ro1lJ"" Pi.
l.ittl<1<>o 303 979·3705,Lauroo 8o_!Un. Sulliv... Sarah D<ldriII, Beeca Goodwio. am! La"" Ko.".y,
They ...ere sinlllg" tablo!lN,

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came IIlId TOI.. p, Ulld<r !>bIos, So. am! bee ftieod.1;
pushed tlltir Oackpacks .waylilld tllt. go' 1Illlll:r th<ir",ole, Sho<lido" knowwhal was soinll 0.. She
tOOug.llt it wu a $OulQ-rprmk ornsaybe a f\gb.t She JOC ~tbe table fur something lib a min\1tt', She
sawpeopl' tulllling up thesWrs, til<! sheSO' up IIlId .... up the - . Fromthe sWrs, she _left. past
tht dJoirroom abd uno rb! auditorium. Shesaid that tM fire aWmwent off.

Krls... said thatshe ..... abo'" IS gunshots wh,. she.,.. on thesWrs, She said" scuaded like
... _boIS we", <ominllli'om th' eereer by thepup_Idoos til<! the ItO_'S lOUllg<, She said the
shots sccceee lib, -pcp pcp.pcp". She said it WUD;'t like anl1ltQrnatic JlUlfite Ot a machine gun. Shesaid
that the shots wm!: not ''rapi4''''

When she was 'in the audItorium and tbe: fir; alarm w;nloff. someone: said. to pt out. She ran
.across thetopof theauditorium by thegym. sne tU bythe lockers and wu gom. to t\Ul> outthe front
door,but kid> wm !llI'llillg back ilmn theli'oOl<loon, She bid bebn>d the¢!lars thm lOr. coupleof

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weight rocm.

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KristiJl Sllld lllatsilo sever 51" til< :Iufli!l bacs in til< cafeoma or IDyo"" _ tiI<m anywbere in
tile.....l, She saidU1at silodi<ln', bow E.ri< Harris andl:»ianKlobold, bot bid seen tiI<m lu the balls
pri",:" til< 20", She didIIOtlft til<mtha,M_yorT""'y. Krisumdoom', ... thelllrmlet S..
<!oesl:l', IalDw _ withllle double"""," eye \>ro.... Silodi<ln', ... lbollcbelNewsN _ tha' dly.
Her"'" pa<l< ill. ""'iddie Bauor_ her !loot>iDsidt. She also hadl.ft ..... birldm and""'l'-
booksin her locker,

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AgentLarry A. Brown, Colmc:lo B...... of !avesOgaOOll. 690Kipling St.. Suit< 4000. Dollvel'. CO.
S02125. POQoe (303)239·.121 L

DATEIllME uf INTERVIEW: May 2:3. 1m, 10:00 .....

PlACE ufINTERVIEW:7029 S, w.- St., Littlctoo. CO.80123


DISPOSmQN: INTERVIEW OFTHEroLLOWlNG:

JamieLydia SHOFNEIl.. OOB: 04-08-34. 7029 S.Web,,,, St., Ultleloo. CO. 8012:3. pbooe(303) 789-
1986

SHOFNEll. s.....-I t!lat'b. w.. "'" • lllIOmbor 01 I_b COlit MalIa (TCM) iIIld did.,,, co..idor_f
to be '" associ... of <llo group. so. admitted dla< weal> black I.sIlins oliOllllut!bey ere mostly of
rock bands on lOU! with lbcir CODCC!rt dates aDd loca1ioas on me back. 11:lo oal)' TCM members she knew
...... IlARIUS ... K:L:£l;OUl,

She knew KLEBOLD as an acquaintance. T'b.ey would occasionally walk. around the schoo! togetherbur
sse did notsee bimawayfrom SChOOl settings. She recalled one- day when sbe was WIth him anda few of
his friends """'de of !be school at a desil!,1l1t" ,moldng"... K:L:£l;OLD was given a ll:Ot from""
1llllalowo magaziDc regattling normaloy Tho test indl"'llld lllat Kl..EBOLD was normal ..d SHOFNEll.
",,4 ,be was ,wpnsod at tho result. So. stlllJ!dsae _ght Kl..EBOLD was strlngo_ .. be alway,
wore bi' ,uoglamo, Kl..EBOLD bad IOI<l h« dla< be pill!be.-n two III _ blllld10d doU"" for bis
, ••glasses, 00. day be was " scbool .. appoollO<l very depreosod iIIld be !Old !lor it was _110 bt<>b
his ,unglasses. so. described Kl..EBOLDS .ormaI a_ asblack CO"""" T.sIlinsed his black !tlIllch
coat. KLEBOLD once told her be wantedto buya bright rwilearl1er jacket. KI.EBOlO never gave her
any indicatiOD that he was piaMis:lg or capable committing the attackon the scbcol,

SHOFNER W<1 she only know IlAIl.ll.lS by !WIll! and 'igbt so. only spoke to him illpassmg '" the scboo!
andotten saw him in the commons, SHOFNER ~$n' t recall ever ba.ving a conversation with HARRlS.

SHOFNEll. stared dla< ,he IV" ill the 00=0, oa m. day ofm. attael< aim. school. Shesaid ,be was
lying on th. fioor of m. c'"'''.''''' to ... 1011 of m. st.", wim Moliml SOWDER.l<ocy FALLER ana ,
senior ~sfer Student from Shilob namId Chad. Shecould not recall Chad's i:1St name. Sherecul1ed a
ja.o.itor came into the eommcns lUld toldeveryone to get down. She beardcce or two sbou and lllQQd
explosion SCHOFNER then ran into the audItorium 3rJd u.$«l me stairs to make bet way up to the main.
levelof the school. She ran out througb the fronr doers and into the parking lot. She thenranto Clement
Par!<.

SHOFNEll. said... <lid not... any largo duff.1 bago in theeote!eria Of ... any_ """)'ingdufft!1 bags or
large backpa-cks ie or around the ~ooL Shealso said sbedid Dot see HARRIS, KLEBOLD or anyother
members of the TCM on me day of we :mackor the days preceding the attack.

SHOFNER saltllllo 1.1l hot hook paok ill ... commo.. anadescribed it .. beingblack ill color wltb ...
word •Nirvana' and a smiley face on it. Also. the word 'RASPL'TENlA' was wrinmon it with green
lettering. The content$ of ibe backpack includeda Yfari1yn MansonBiography. black spua: tlotebook.
maiceup kit. and an onnge in color biaitbNsb, She lefta large. black. art hook OIl me floor otlt.t to the
!lackpaok. SHOFNl'R said,he was weanog 01..,Jew and black I·shirt !'rom ... band 'Tool',

SHOF':'v'ER claimed she had not heard of any mformation tegatditrg other suspects, weapcns, or bombs,
She also said that &he raze!)' uses the tnte1'1let anddoes DOt havea screenname WheD asked if sbe knew
anycltle with a double pietted eyebrow, she. said 00.

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Wbeo . - if she "'" llalel 1'1..... 1'1_.. "'" day of "'" :uta<:k,she
_";"_8 to dle.ff"", .f 'keep y backpack. close becowe ..mm ...y be am llIem' She
said !be quesllo••r!be day blllil .._ S to do with !be toliwi>i.. """""" 'The Slnlpaot><'. Ac<:ordlng to
SHOFNER. me Rebel 1'1ews N _ is rapocl daily lIIId !be ~ obooJd be It !be JCbooI.
SHOfNER blllil •• flll1lier illlormali•• ",pnliDl 1CM _ OJ'!be 3l1Ill:k on Columl>ioo> lllgb SobooJ

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Arvada Police Department 05/21/1999
NAARATIVlt

Ref '# 99-12067 Reported Date 04/~0/1999 Time 12:J$:32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
~ocat~on 6201 S PIERCE ST
O!T90 05/2611999 052.99IVONDEROH!IKK

The followifi9 supplement is in r&ferenee to Arvada Police


Departmeht CR 99-1206', which will correspond with the Jefferson
Coun~y Sheriff's Department CR 99-7£25, regarding the Columbine
~i9h Scheol $hooting$!murders tb.t oc~~r~ed on 04/20/99. 10
Detective Jim Vondcrohe is a memDer of the task force th~t was
formed and charged with the duty ~f investigating the Columbine
High School shootings/murderi and as part of this ••Iignment, W&$
~s$i9ned lea~s to investigate regarding this inoident. IO was
assigned ~orttrol tDN1113 that involved a party identified &s Jamie
Li~n Shofner Thie lead indicated that Jamie Shofner left her
second hour class at col~mb~n. ffigh School on 04/20199 upon a
request by her to respond to the school off~ce in order to get ice
for ill; welt or a burn ~h.t sh. had on her hana. The lea<i
information further indicated that she also wore a trench coat
On OS/25/99 IO telephoned the Shofner residence which is
located at 7029 South Webster Street, Lit~leton, Colorado, 80123,
telephone 303-9i2~4746, 10 $po~e with Jamie Shofner, who seated
~h4t he: date of birth was 04/08/84 &nd that she was a freshman at
Columbine High school. At this time she advised IO that the
previous day, OS/24/99, she was interviewed by ca! Agent Larry
Brown regaxding her acquaintanceship with Eric Harris and Dylan
Kleoold, After 10 confirmed that she had been interviewed by Agent
Brown in det&il regarding ebe investigation of the
shootin9s/mu~der$ At Columbine High School, 10 did not pu~su~ any
further questioning regarding the suspects involved in this
incident. 10, however, did est~li.h the fact that she was not
asked in her interview with Agent arewn why she left clas$ on
O~/~O/99 in Order to get ice for her injUry.

3amie Shofner advised 10 that on 04/20/99 she did in face


leave her roa~h cla$S in oroer to go to the $chQol nurse's office
but upon arriving there, found OUC that the school nurse was not
there Sh~ $tat~d that she then went to the administration office
and was able to get some crushed ice from a male coach in order for
her to apply to her wound. Jamie Shofner advised IO that when she
left her class in oraer to respond to th~ clinic, she was escorted
by ~$:i.d," who is the school security officer. She further scated
that after ahe ree.ived the ice from the male coach, she then got
a note in order to go back to her math class which she did

Jamie Shofner advised 10 that on the previous day, 04/19/9~,


she stayed harne from school be~ause sh~ claimed that she had a sore
back. She stated that While she was home. a nei9hbQ~hoQd ~oy that
attends elementary school came over to Visit her. She stated that
d~rins this time, ehe was sow~what bored so 9he put $alt on her arm
and then put ice over it and kept the ice on the arm for as long as
possible. She stated that by doing this, she cau,ed a burn on her
arm which is why she left her math cla9s on 04/20139 in order to
get some ice in order to cool the ~urning .ensation,
10 then queS~ioned Jami~ Shofner as to where she waa on
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Arvada Police Oepartment OS/27{lH9
NARR.ATIVS

Ref 11 99-12067 Reported O~t~ 04/20/1999 Time 12~39:32


Type ASSTOA Status R'!1'
Location 6201 ~ Pl!~CE ST
OET90 05/•• /1999 OS2599/VONDEROHE/KK

C4/~0/99 at the time that the shootings be~4n at Columbine High


school, Sh~ stated that she was in the commons area with her
friend$ and that onc~ the $hooting began, she ran in~o the
auditorium/stage room. She stated that from this location $he then
r4tl. through the front doors, whieh had befln shot out, alon'S w-it.h
her friends.
10 also que5tioned Jamie Snofn.r as to her owning a black
trench eoat with her st~ting that she did have a hlack trench coat
but that it wa$ ohly kn •• length, she stated th~t this coat WAS
originally her mother's and that she hOrrowed it from ti~ ~o time
since she liked it so much. She furth~r advised to that she
definitely was not a.soei~~ed with the Trench COA~ Mafia group or
any of its associates. She did state, however, that she would
occasionally say "hi" to S:ric aa~r.i$ as they passiitd in the hallways
at school but had no elose~ relationship with ~ither him or Dylan
Klebold,
Since Jamie Shofner had been p4eviou$!Y interviewed by CSl
Agent ~rry Brown, IO concluoeQ this interview with her with no
further questions being asked &t this tim~.

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D"fe"daJ:>t: (columbine shooting) Doe.ket Numl:>er: 99A062 (AA)


DAte: 051299 case Numl:>er: 99-7625
Deputy D.A.: Inv.stigator, Mike Ileylin

WITNESS:

A1eana Shultz DOS: 062284


6394 S. Jay Way
Littleton, CO S0123
303-730-8090
c/o mothe.. ; Linda Shultz (w) 303-761-7257
fathe.. ; Lee Shultz (w) same as home
-CIlS student; in cafeteria at tabl" a for lunch with candace
Haywood, Lacey HeM, Brittany Weeden, and Candyce Therrien; saw two
possible female associates of trench COat students under stairs for
lunch hour named Kelieea Sowder and Courtney vannelli ran out of the
school with another student from th" cafeteria named Jennifer
Barnes; no suspect information, no duffle bag information

INVESTIGATION:

On May 12, 1999 at 1008 hours r contacted Aleana Shultz at her home
for an interview. Her parents were present. Also at home was her
brother, Kale", who was in the tech lab "'hen the incident started.
I also interviewed him after Unna. Aleena then told me the
following:

* She is a freshman at Columbine High.

When asked, she did not know Eric Harris, Dylan Inebold,

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• She has seen 3 or 4 trench coat students before around school
and said that she has seen them hang out under the stairs by the
commons during A lunch. She did not know any of their names.

• She did say that on the day of the shooting, she saw two
females who she thought were associated with the trench coat
students sitting under the stairs by the commons. She said one Waa
a Meliasa Sowder who is in her 4th hour acience class. She saw a
second girl under the stairs in the same area aa Melisaa SOWder but
ahe did not know if that girl was friends with Melissa. She thought
the name of the second girl was Stephanie, but after looking at the
yearbook, she identified this girl as Courtney VanDell. Shn did net
know what Melissa Sowder was wearing whe~ she saw her but said that
Courtney VanDell usually wears all black.

-- She d.id not see any trench coat student or. other associate at
school the day of the shooting. She has heard of the name "Trench
Coat Mafia," but thought they were just another school group.

* She saw no obj eeta out of pla"" the day of the sbooting. When
asked spe"ifically, ahe did not see any duffle bags.

* She cou.l.d not rememher what she was wearing the day of the
shooting.

• On the day of the shooting, she got out of her 4th bour science
"lass at 11,10 a.m. She said that the Melissa Sowder was in that
class. When she got out, she walked west along the interior sden"e
area hallway with Ieaiah Shoels who was also in that clasa. As they
got to the stairs, Isaiah headed to the library like she knew he
usually did for lunch time. She went down the stairs and to a group
of tables in the southwest area of the cafeteria. She said ahe said
"Hi" to a few people and then went to her table.

• Looking at the diagram, she thought she was at table N, 0, Or


Z. lJpon checking the baclq;>ack list, she agreed that she was at
table 0 with sOllIe of her friends. She Bat at c'hat table with

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Candace Haywood, Lacey Hobn, Brittany Weeden, and Candyce Therrien.
She did not know Candyce Therrien by name that day, but looked her
picture up in the yearbook to find out her name.

• She did not get up to go to the lunch line as she has, Sth hour
off. She usually gets her lunch between the A and .B lunches when
the line" are smaller.

• The first thing she noticed shortly into the lunch period were
teachers running east along the lunch lines yelling for everyone to
get d""", and under the tables. She saw two janitors along the south
-doors yelling the same thing. She thought it was a senior prank.
She did get down under the table. She did not have a backpack with
her but had a school binder on the table with her name on it.

i; She was under the table for a minute or two and did not hear
anything. She said that people in the patio began running into the
cafeteria from the south doors and tbat everyone in tr..e~ cafeteria
began running up the stairs or down the foreign language hall. She
did not know what was going on, but ran up the stairs with the
others.

• Dnce at the top of the stairs, she turned left and encountered
teachers telling everyone to slow down. She then heard what she
thinks were gunshots, one right after another. She and a Jennifer
Barnes, who was also from the Cafeteria, ran down the· hallway by the
science area and straight out the east doors to that hallway.

• She did not hear anything while outside the aehee L. She and
Jennifer ran to a friend's house Jennifer knew and she called her
mom.

• She said that it was about 5 minutel.l from the time she first
heard to get down to when she was out of the school.

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DANIELLE JOSEP!itNE SIDES, DOllfll·2S-83


5918 S, Newland St.
Littleton. CO 80123
303-798.0045
Student-Columbine High School

STEVE SIDES, DOBI09.o3·50


Same as above
Work: 71\4 W, Jefferson Avenue, #30S
Lakewood. CO 80235
;03,985-\901,e",,117

VlCKlE SrDES, DOIlfOS·28·51


Same as above
Work: Tramp Master
12th &: UllIWilia
Denver, CO 80216
303-Si:!-1402

LWESTIGATlON:

On 05·\4.99," abeur 0900 hours. J responded to S91S 5, Newland '0 ccraas and interView wimess Oalliene Sides, TIllS
interview wasin reference to the shooting., Calmbin< High School on 04-20·99,
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wlmess Danielle Sides was interviewed withher father, wifnw 5"'ve Side" being present. Danielle Sides told me the

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On 04-20·9<) between 1110and 1115 holll'S, 'he arrived in the cafeteria at Columbi"" HighSchool. Danielle Sides said 'he
seleered a able '0 sit at. and shewedmeon tho dilli\'1lll of thecafeterie at Columbine Hiih Schoolwhichtabk 'he had selected
Thelableshe said was eitherletter'X' or "Q" on thi, diagmn. Sheadvised ,he had herbackpack and placed i' next to herchair
at thetable. Thisbackpack was • llIlvy blue,black and red. -ItEr' brand. Dani.Il. Sides said when she sat at theable. 'he ~ as
facing in a southerly din:C!lon. Shesaid thofollowing stIldenlS were present at thetable as well, Diana Cohen7 Stephen Coh:o.
Sarah Winfrey."and Sean Lee.'"She said other students may have been preeem as well. but 'he did aor recall which ones
Deaielle Sid", said 'he heard. -hang" and scaeone wid the srudents in the cafeteria to get down on the floor end underthe
tables. Danielle Sides said shebelieved at the rime thi' inoidenl was some type of. seniorprank. She said suddenly while she
was still under the table. students'began to set up and run in an easterly direction toward the stairway that leads to thesecond
floor at Columbine High School Damelle Sidessaid she crawledon the floor to this SUlt"1oVIY. then 'Ot up and beganrunning
4' the stairs until she got to the platform. in the middle of the staIrway. She men began helping other students up the stairs by
pulling the oneswho were tOO scami to run. up the stairs, DWeUe Sidessaidwhile helpingthe sradents, she heard several mort
shoe corning from the area of the bottom of the stairway. Danielle Sides said it sounded as if the shots were <:ommg from
apl'ro-ximlU~i)'· twtnr;. feet behind, and said they sounded like the;.' were being shoe from the cafeteria area up the stairway
Danielle Sides said sae could hear shots hitting the lockers in the hallway at the top of the stairwa;. DanielleSidessaid at the
top of the statt"'N3), she turned 11':ft and ran down the hallway Danielle SHies said at one point she saw a gunshot shatter the
window in the dooraheadof heras she was ru:nnmg, Daruelte Sides saidshe ranOut of!:he scbcel, tl1rough the doors. on meeast
side of the school. and said thet whenshelri<dto runacross South Pierce Street, however, she fell down. Danielle Side, said
she get upand wentto Leawood Park. Dwelle Sides saidthatshedid not S« either suspectKlebold, suspect Hams,or an: one
elsewithan exptcsrve deVice or firearm on 04-2{l~99, Shesaid also thatshe had no information aboy! the Trench Coat Mafia
anddidnot know who suspect Hanis was. Shesaidsbe had said hello to suspect Klebotd as they passed eachotherin thehallway
at Columbine Hiih Sollool. 'PI""xima..ly f.... months ago. She said thi' would b.ve been berween the second hourand third
hour ofclasses at Colwnbine High Scheel. Shedees notrecall what suspect Klebcld waswearing at thetime. and hadnotseen
himstnce. Dante!!e Sidesadded shemayhave seen one other studen who possibly may be a Trench Coat Mafiastudent. at
Columbine High School. Sheonlyknew hi' nam<: as Robbie and described him as $'$" to 6'0" tall, about 140 pounds. She said

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and black military type cf'boots.

ADDmONM INFOBMATION: DorUeIl. Sides advised methatsh. has hunt.ed and sbm fu:earms wilh her family in thepas'
andshe saidshe, therefore, IS f"",mar with firearms and lau:w whatthey sound likewhen di",ilargcd.

Daniene Side,toldme that. friend cfbers. HaM.a SheelyjaColumbine High School sophomore st1lden' whc lives in the Grant
Ranch area. phone number 303-'738~0333) was in thescience room when the shooting occurred. She saidsilt believes Sheet}
sawthe suspects on 04-2Q.99 Shealso said herbrother. TylerSides (DOBIOI·l1·80\ recalled on. or the suspects had been 10
a German <las> oflu. in 1998. Danielle Sidesbelieved it was suspect Horri.1>ut Was notcertain. Steve Sides saidhewould have
Tyler-Side contact me. I left Danielle Sides and SteVen Sides mybusiness cardand t-old them to contact me if the)' wanted to
.alkto a I C.S 0 Victim Advocate. I told them I would make the necessary amngements for them if the:' wished.

DISPOSITION: Case remain. open.pending furlller investigation.

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L.ittleton, CO S012;
30.;·9;9·7189
Studenl·ColUlllbine HighSchool

TOMSIMINGTON
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!cr' SIMINGTON
Sameas above.

INVESTIGATION;

On 05·12·99. at about 1100hours. I responded to 11692 WestHialeah Place. to interview witness PatrickSimington and hlS
mother, wimess Kelli Simington••boutthe $hooting thatoccurred on Columbine HighSoilool on 04-20-99

Patrick Simlnlllon told melbal be gOI IntO the cafeteria of Columbine HighSchool on 04-20·99at .bout 1105 hours. Patrick
SImington said he 8"t his food and then $Ot down at a tableand put hi' black"No...h Face"backpack en the floornext to him.
The table Patriok Simington sat at ""'" on the east $ide of the e.t!eterla neat the middle. PatrickSimington showed me on the
diagram of thecafeteria at Collltl1bine HighS<:bool thatlie was sitting at either table "U" or"V." He saidalso sitting ill thetable
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withhimwereBilly l.ittle. Jo'h Bushman, DustyHo!lS<:imieder. andsaid there wereother ""dents around the tablehe was at
however. he does notremember whotheywere or wheretlley $Ot Paltiek Simington saidhe was facing in an easterl; direction
IOWa."'<! the stail'way whileseatedat thetablemd said ntddetlly. approximately ten mhmen $lUdenlS ron into the cafetOri. from
our and were yolling thaI """""ne had • gun and romebody had beon shot. Patrick Silllington said the students in the

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most of the SllJdents in th< cafeteria gOt U!' and began to lUll _ the stairway thatleads to the ""'ond floor of Columbme High
SchooL P\tt:tie!< Stminlll"" said he ran towards th< kitchen """ alongwith Dusty Hoffschneider, losh a...tunan and Do"'itti~
Decavario(unknown CXJlCt spelling), He said titey !'Ill to th< boI;k (north side) ofth< kiil:lu:n to hide. and ile said when he tried
to took quicldy inrc the cafeteria to see what was takingplace, he saw explosives going otToutside cf'the cafeteria. Patrick
Simington saidhe did not knowhow many OXJllosions he h=Ini A short timela"'" he said ee heard a "big hang" (unknown if
lliis noisewas 170m. gunshOt or sn OXJllosi". devi",,) Palticl< Stmington saidwilen h.I""ked into th< eareteria, thm wasa largo
amount of Sm<:lKe insi~ of it, He said he and the students with himcouldnot timi a placeto bide' in theJciu:hen. which 11ft them
out in theopenon the north stde of the kitchen, Patrick Simington saida janitorwho had a C\lVo-way radio. came into the kitchen
and sat with them. then told me stud<ms to run out of th< we" doorof th< ""f<teria near the faculty lounge. Once Pamck
Simington was om of the school. he ran into one of the "'bool par1<ing lots.

I showed Pamck SimlllgtOn the phorograp!ts of the duffle bag and the propane umlc He.aid he did oot see either item prior re
or during the incident. He also said ile doe' no, knowof anybody who may be making explosive devices andzor lX',se"ing
firearms.

Palti.k Simington saidhe did not know suspect Kleb<!ld Of suspe<l Haltis, nor didho knoW an)'lhingabour th< Trench CoatMalia
otherthan tosay they were never considered to be a threar to anybody He also said he did not knowanyone who had a double:
pierced eyebrow

ADDmQNAL rNFOR.'4ATIQN, Kelli Simingtnn and P\tt:ticl< Simington said that in tlte days mat followed the incident at
Columbine High School, on 04-2()'99. Patrick Simington was havingsome problems coping with this experience. Patrick
Simington said he feels he is doing hottercoping will> it as time passes. 1gave both Patrie!< Simingtonand Kelli Simington
my business card and ""d tltm ifthe~ decide they want to talk to a 1.es.o. victim ad"_te,l would make the """'SIllY
arrangement! for them,

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FEDEIIAL BLUAU OF INVESTIGATION

Dot.of-.n 4/.9/99

On 4/27/99, Sarah Slater, DOS 6/27/82, 6478 West


Roxbury Drive, Littleton l Colorado l SOI2S, was adVised of the
identity of the interviewing Agent, and the nature and purpose of
the interview. She was interviewed in the presence of her
Father, Graham Slater, DOS 7/.4/54. She provided the following
information.
On 4/20/99, Sarah arrived at school at approximately
7:10 a.m. For a reason she could not explain, Sarah had a
feeling that she should not have gone to school that day. She
attended her normal morning classes, to include her language arts
Class. which is her last class prior to lunch period. This class
ends at approximately 11,10 a.m. From there she proceeded
directly to her lunch period.
Sarah was sitting in the cafeteria at table SS or EE.
She was sitcing with her friend named Sam Granillo. The only
other person that she could remember in the vicinity was Richard
Green, seated at a table in their immediate vicinity. They both
brought their lunches, and were eating and conversing when they
heard a what she believed was a gun shot. At that point, she
looked outside the west Windows of the cafeteria, and could see
some students running in from the outside, and some students
running away from the cafeteria. She also saw Mr. Sanders
rur~ins from the area of the teachers lounge yelling "everyone
get down." Sam and Sarah then got down under cheir table, There
was a lot of confusion, and some students were crawling away,
while some were rur~ing away. She then took off her shoes,
grabbed her purse, and ran towards the kitchen area, As she was
going into the kitchen area, she could s"e people ln black
entering through the doors with her peripheral vision. As they
Came in, they were shooting guns. Sarah and several others, she
thinkS about Ie in total, to include 2 female cafeteria workers
crowded into a small (IO'~IO') pantry room. Sarah and Sam
physically held the door to the room shut with their bodies. All
during thiS time, they could hear shooting, and big bangs. She
could hear footsteps in the kitchen, and people were knocking at
the door, trylng to get in. No one in the room would say
anything to those attempting to get in the pantry.
There was a boy that was a sopho~~re who picked up a
telephone that was in the room, and contaoted pollce. Sarah could

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'n'.lS documer.1 contm n~lti'ler rt:eO;mI'Iendations nor condl,WOOS of tile re! It l' tht! property of the F13t axicllS i~ to yo....r q,ency:
l: iL'1C as ~orae:"\:S are :101. to be :llSt..-lbUta; l:NU1CC you: age:tC'Y
174A-DN-S7419/ 99-77625/ CN DN1026

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not remember the name of this boy. The boy told ehe police where
they were at, and their names. This was all done by writing, and
no talking, as they did not wane anyone oueside to know that they
were in the pantry, At this point, she could still hear
shooting going on, but the shots seemed to be getting farther
away, Sam and Sa.rah wert! calming everyone in the room, when she
heard whac she believed to be the SWAT Team, The SWAT Team then
knocked at the door, and identified themselves. Sarah and Sam
gradually opened the door, and reali.ed that it was in fac~ the
SWAT Team. The SWAT Team evacuated the students through a window
near the faculty lounge, girls first. From there, they were
placed in police cars; and evac~ated out of the area.
Sarah Slater knew Dylan K1ebo1d from helping out with
lighting at school plays. She d~d not See Klebold nor Harrls on
Monday or Tuesday. the last time that she saw Klebold was the
previous weekend at the prom. Klebold was with a daee f but she
could no~ zemember whp that was.
Sarah knows Zach Heckler fairly well. She had Seen
Heckler on Monday, 4/19/99 in the halls in school, but not on
Tuesday. She also saw Heckler at the prom with his date, Devon
Adams. Heckler hunS out a lot with Dylan Klebold, Klebold and
Keckler often got drunk together. They also played video games
over the Internet. they played mostly shoot and kill games, with
Doom being their favorite. Heckler was often times depressed due
to social problems. He had trouble gett~ng a girlfriend. He
would cry in front of Sarah, and get very emotional. During her
f~eshman year, approximately twc years ago, Sarah used to ~alk to
Dylan Klebold on the Internet. Klebold had a crush on Sarah, and
wanted to date her. She did not want to date Klebold and told
him no; he did not persist. Heckler also wanted to date her
during this same time frame I but she had no interest in dating
himeither.

Later in the day, on 4/20/99, Sarah talked to Heckler,


Heckler, after hearing that one of the shooters was Klebold, sa~d
that he was sure that it was true, but couldn't believe that
Klebold had done this, in fact did not want to believe it, Later
that same day, Sarah spoke to Heckler's sister/ Jocelyn Heckler.
Jocelyn told Sarah that Zech knew that Klebo1d and Harris had
this incidene planned, hut that he never believed that they would
carry it out..

JC.o01.004436
174A-DN-57419/ 99-77625/ CN DN1028

• On 4/27/99 •Poce _

Sarah Slater said that from time to time she would see
Trench Coat Mafia (TCM) people yelling 'you're going down" to 'the
jocKs and athletes. At the end of the 1998 school year during
the school morning newscast, there was a graphic represeneaeion
of the Colu~bine High Sc~~ol being blown up. Sarah believes that
this was done by members of the TCM. Finally, on the morning of
4/20/99, the school morning newscsst, Which airs a thought for
the day, the thought was something to the effect of 'today is
going to be a bad day".

Jc.o01" 004437
LAICIWOOO POUCf OIPAIlTMlNT SUPPLllMNTAL ruPORT
REPORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKl CASE NUMBER:99·38856
YlCT1M: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATI OF REPORT: 05/05/99
:'ENSE, AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JE'FCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER DN2520. FBI, 1ZAA.oN57419. JgO: CR #99-7625

SUSPECI'S: Eric Harris


Dylan Klebold

SUBJECT' Slater, Sarah While female, dob: 6121/82


6478 W. Roxbury Drive
Litlleton, Colorado 80125
303·973·5968

Jacqueline Slater (mother)


303·919·6429 (wk)

Graham Slater (father)


303·829·9291 (wk)

OBSERVATIONIINVIlSTIGATION,
On 5/4199 at 0900hours I interviewed Sarah Sillier in the presence of ber falber at her home. Sarah slated that
she rode to scbool with • friend by thename of Anne Bebouneck, the momingof 4120/99. They arrived .1
appro:<imately 0710 hours ami plllked in thejunior 101 (south sideofbuildiog). Shestaled they entered the
school through the studenlenlralloe on the southside. Shestatedshe didnot see anything unusual going on
outside thebuildingor around the schoolbetween olasses.

Sarah stated she knew Dylan Klebold in the 9- aod 10" grade but had losttouchwith him in the II" grade. She
knew him by name. She did net knowEricHlllris at all. Sarahstaled shedid net know my of the others in

their tmlch coat mafia group. Sarah stated that the group, in beropinion,bad been branded with thisname.
Sarah stated she has language arts during her fourth hourperiod. She left the olus and went into the cafeteria

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JC.Q01·004439
uuawoOD POUCl DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
UPORTlNG AGENT: KARS.A SAltNACI<l CASE NUMBER: 99·38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DAn OF REPORT: 05/05/99
.'FliNSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFf'lCI
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER DN2590. FBI: 174A.DN57419, JCSO, Cit 199.7625

entering from the stairway. She broughtalong ller lunch and sat down with Dan Graaille. Sarah indicated tht:
palh she took on tht: aaached diagram, and also who wassittingwith bert and where they were sitting at tht:
table. She stated she enteredthe cafeteriaapproximately 11 :15 and approximately 11:25 was when the
commotion started.

Sarah stated whatmew ller attentionto the fact that something was going on was Mr. Sanders came in tht: west
exit door into the cafeteria. She stated she lookedoutsideand the peoplewho were sitting outsideeating hegm
rumUng around. At the same time, the people who were sittingnear the windows started to stand up and
approach the west windows. She stated Mr. Sanders went outside then almostimmediately cameback in
telling everyone to get down. She stated it took a few seconds for everything to sink in and for her to figureout
that there was shootinggoing on outaide. Mr. Sanders looked out the exit door again and then came back in
. .eaming foreveryone to get dJ;lwn. Sarah stated she heardshots and at that point took offber high-heeled
shoes and grabbedher purse and ran for the kitchen. She statedshe ended up in an L-shaped room that had
computer and other lunch equipment stored in it. She statedshenoticed that 01.11 of the corner oiller eye she
saw some people dressed in black coming in the west cafeteria exit door. She lookedback overher shoulder
whenshe heard shots and she saw what she thoughtwas a bulle:hittingnearthe serving line becauseshe saw
spm fiy from this point. She stated lIleywent inlothe L-shaped room/office in the kitchen and closedthe
door. She stated she was with Sam Bumell, two kitchen employees. and approximately seventeen other kids,
She statedthey heard gunfire. screams, and explosions. She statedshe also heardpeoplerunning aroundand
this lasted from 15 to 20 minutes. She stated theybeard footsteps outside the door,

Sarah stated the refrigerator was next to !he room she was in andit sounded as if someonewas bangingor
moving things around in the refrigerator, She also heard• walkie-talkie, but she could not understand what was
being said, She stated then someone knockedon the door andaskedif anyonewas in there, The person then
tried to open up the door, She stated one shot thenrar.g OUI and It hit somewhere close to the door. Again the

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JC.o01.004440
LAKJWOOO pOucr OfllAJItMlHT S/JPPUMlNtAL fllpOflT
REPORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER, 99.38856
VICTIM' COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATI OF RlPORT, 05/05/99
'FINSE, AOA/COLUMaINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JaFFeO SHERIFf'S OFFICE
ltIFORMATION CONTROL NUMBE!!. ON25!O. FBI: 174A.DN57419. JCSO, CI!. #99·7625

personon thoother side tried to open tho door. Silo staledtbore wu one llUY in the I'OOlIl that was on the phono
to DenverPolice. The person outsidethe doorthen wenl away.

Sarah staledshe then hoardshots in the distance. Shostaledthey had bardcaded themselves inside, putting
heavyobjects in front of tho door. SiloSlated they were trying to calm down and they wrote down their names,
telephone numbers and their parents names for the DPD officer on the phone. She Sl.a!od she did not knowhow
much time had passedal thaI point. bUI she added that she had stayedin the room fur almOSI throe hours.

Silostatedtheywere warnedby the officer on thephone that they would hear llUftshots from a SWAT team,
They were laid 10 get down and stay quiet. Silo staled they heard gunshots and radios. They then heardloud
voicesfrom SWATloammembers. Silo staledshe heard them in therefrigtraUlr first when they yelledout "pO!
• .U" hands up!". She slated this seared her since shelhoug!1t potllaps the suspects were in the room next to btl.
They then tried 10 push the door open, hut the occupams in tho ream did not move lbe heavyobjects. They
asked if anyone was in there, and they eventually realized that it was tho SWAT team outside. She staledthey

took tho girls out first and lined them up againstthe wall. Shestated taat afterthey left out the faculty lounge
window she sawDaniel Rohrbough laying on the cement. andthen she saw a girl layingon the grass.

Sarahhad indicated on the attached diagram which pam 'he took to get 10 her table aIler 'he came down the
stairs. She indicates she sal al table number EI!. Sarsbstatedthat she noticed a larg•• four 01 five foot, medium
blue duroe bag sitting next to this IShle. Silo stated that it was full and she tried to push it aside withher foot.
Sheasked around her 1Sh1. if it belonged 10 anyone. Sheslatedil was SO heavyshe couldnot push il with her
foot and '0 shejust Slopped over it. She staled it had a strapacross shetopofit. Silo had no idea what it
COntained. She did not noeice any funny smellaround thebag.

Sarsb statedshe left her navy blue GreatLand backpack in the cafeteria. The backpack has a cloth patchthaI

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JC.oo1· 004441
lAKIWOOD POUCI DEPARTMENT SUPPUMEHTAL RfPORT
REPORTING AGENT' KARLA SARNACKl CASE NUMBER' 99-38856
VICTIM' COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATI OF REPORT, 05/05/99
'PENSE, AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S omeE
INfORMATION CONTROL NUMBER DN2590. FlI, 174A·DN57419. Jao, CR "'-7625

says OpmJlicn[vy on it ~ aliSO leftherblaclc Wah·heel sh_.wide her backpack she has schools papers,
history book, Sociology book, and two binders. Shestaled sheWas wearing a blaclc dress at the time,

Sarahstaled she knewZack Hecklerandhe had toldher to go to Klebold and Harris's Web site oa tae Internet.
Sarahstated from the way Zack ral.ked, she gathered that he helped them m.aJcc this Web site, Zack told Sarah
that this was a MU site for Columbine HighSchool. She staled lhat • lot oikids ha:led Columbine Hiah School
al that time, even she did. I asked her to clarify thatif it was C<llumbine High School in particular or just going
10 hiah school period.She clarifiedthat it wasjnst going to high school. She staledZackHeckler's nickname
was "Kib/rt;" and Klebetd's was "V0dk4". She didnot know lllIyother nicknames. She SUIted thatl!l.....was an
annou:neement that morning that it was going to be a very bad dtIy, She alsostatedthat it was the thought ofthe
dtIy, Sarahstatedthat towatd the endof last year'. school year, the Friday featUte was a videothat thevideo
, .ductienclass had put together. Saraheoulda' lllmember a lot ofspecifics aboutit, but it showed people
going Illrough the schoolshootingotherswith Sllulrt guns. They also blewtheschool up.

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Catherine W, Sloan. DOll 07/16/1983. 7294 weat Wald~


Orive, Littleton, Colorado, telephone (303}t73-2658, .. freabnlan
at C01Ul1lbine High S<:1Ioo1, waa interviewea at her home in "the
preaenee of holt' IllOther, Ellen Sloan, by apecial Ag'ent (SAl <Ricky
V. wright ragarding thol incident that took place on 04/20/1999 at
colUlllbine Righ School. After being a<!vised . . to the identity of
the interviewing agent and the nature of the interview, Sloan
provided the following information:
At:: ~ppro",imately 11: 10 lIllt, Sloan got out:: of Spanish
class, taught:: by Ma, lCilli=. and went directly from the foreign
language area to the eafet::eria. Sloan then sat down at a
lunchroom t::able(marxed P?F on diaqrRm sketch). Sloan recalls
that El&a Coffey-llerg and JUlie McGinley were also seated at her
table. Sloan _a sitting facing southeast. Coffey-llerg was
sitting to Sloan's right::. Sloan does nee recall "he was sitting
to holr left,
Sloan first not::iced that _ething was happening, when
most of the students started to get doWn under their tables.
Sloan did not know what _s going on, but got down under her
table anyway. Sloan then saw Mr. Sanders and janit.ors running
around and telling people to stay under the ta.bles. Everyone at::
the west end of the cafeteria then started getting up and running
t~rd tile stairs. Sloan then gral:>1>ed her baoltpack _<3. ran into
the gir18 bat.hroom tor a few ...cends , There _re at least. four
other girls in t.he bat.hroom as _11. onca in the hathroom, Sloan
heard two ahots. Sloan than ran eue of the bat.hroom and a female
teacher near the hackstage door to the auditoriWII directed Sloan
into the auditorium, Sloan ran through the auditorium and out
the exit on the northeast corner. Sloan then ran aast doWn the
north main ball. but aome teachers told her to get against the
wall. Slo&l'l got against the wall for a !llOIlIent.. then the teachers
told her ee jU8t run. Sl",,,,, ran down the hall by the cou:nseling
office and exited the scheol behind the gymnasium. once outside,
Sloan went to Clement "ark.
Sloan was not in the cafeteria at any otber time that
day. Sloan did not see the qunmen and did not see any large
duffle hags sitting in the cafeteria during lunch. Sloan did not
know llric Harris, Dylan lO.e1:>o14, or any other members of the

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<::atherine W. Sloan

Trencncoat Mafia. Sloan has an Internet ."reen na.me of


Lo....lastar7, but to ber ltnowledge biu nev.u: ~""ted witn
liarri.. or lClebold on tne Izltern.t. OIl OS/21/151519 hile Sloan
wa. reollliing a n _ article on _:dea Ol1line (AQLl II abo"t tb"
Columbine sboot.1ng, Sloan re.,.ived an inJItam: g. fram
someone on t.ne Internet Utling the sc>:een ~ of Il.ep _ . Rep
!:loll made SOlI\I! tb>:eat.ening eOllllllent. t.hat sloan deleted. R.p BoN
IlIade .ome furtb.r eOlIlIlIenta that Sloan saved. Sloan provided ill
copy of this Muage to SA Wri'iht. A eopy of the .....sage is
attacbed to this >:epert.
Sloan has beard that. Juett Baer, Just.in Bur. and
Jason Biler all work at pretzelmake>: and heard one of their co-
workers lUly that she sa.. the bombs being built.
On the day of the sbooting, Sloan wu ..earin'i a long-
..leeved dark blue &birt, bl"e jeane, and bl"e and silver running
shoes. Sloan tbinl<s tbat <::andice Cwilllllan wu also in the
cafeteria during lunch.

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_. __. " 1 051° 6 / 99


Senjamin Wade SMITH wa... intArviwlld at hi. raa1denc.,
9742 W. Brandt Plac... , Littlaton, Colorado, phone (303) U2-1265
on April 30, 1999 at approxi.llately 1,40 PM. Se IIdvilNl4 ot
tbe per.onal ..nd prota••ional identity of tbe writar, and 1:1I.e
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SMITH cont'1nIacl 1:1I.at ha v..... p....ant in tbe <:ateteria on
April 20, 1999, prior to tbe 1ncidant whiCh ultiaat.ly =acl.
ttlerlll, and 1:1I.at h. had l.ft hi. bl..ck Janapor1: bacltp..clt in ttle
...t.ter:l.... SMITH viawacl. .. _p ot ttla ClOt_taria, and indicatacl.
1:1I.at be beUevall. be had bean dttinq at .,h..t :l.a :I.<l.ent:l.t:l.lId U
table '1"'. SMITH beliava<! 1:1I.at t iva otblllr .tudenta lwS been
aittinq witb him. H. i4anti:iacl. tbe.e •• baing Joey LIl'O, Matt
ZAGO, Bred llOO'1'SlI:1L, Xavin LllU and Chad SHARPLEY.

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atter 1110 AM and obt..ined hi. food frClla the caf.teria .lIrV:l.ng
11_. II. uti.llatacl. 1:1I.at he w... in line tor ..pprox1u.ta1y tbru
a1nut•• betor. 'letting bi. tood and a:l.ttinq at ttle tGl.. While
WlIlk:l.nq tbrouqh tbe caUter:l.lll and to hia tabla be did not oballrVe
any \imUlual objacta or 4utfel be....

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eouttlvuterly direction, toward ttle windowe on ttl• .,••t side of
ttle cateter 1a • Be aud4enly heard ttle sound of a ll1.Ulll:ler of Chairs
_vinq, and thought that .. fight uy have broken out. SMITH then
obaerved 1Ir. S.ndar. and e janitor tall:l.nq e"eryone to "at u.n4er
tha tll!>l... A short time l ..tar, 1Ir. S.. nd.rs told e"eryone to qat
out ot tha catetari...
SMITH fla<! the cafeteri.. and went into • cl....ro~ on
the lowar level, whiCh he baUavad wu roo. FL-3. SMITH hid
W1d.r a 4••lt in th.. cl...ro01ll, ..nd .ati. .ted 1:1I.at approxiaately
25 to 30 other. al.o hid in the rCOll. Be recalled .....inq two
f . . .1e ..cl.ult. in 1:1I.a rooa who be ali.va<! were teacbera, but did
not lmcw .ither ot thea. Attar approlCimatllly two to tbru
ainut. . h.. ran outaid. tbrou"h a door on the aouth .ide, and
tbrough the Rudent parking lot on ttl. south aide of the school.
SMITH .tIlted that be continuad to run unt:l.l he ca:ae to e KOrJlOn
...inary house in the aru ot Polk Street.

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SIII'1'II stated t!lat While he __ IdcU.ng in the cluaraa.


be blld heard'two loud explOlliou. . . indiQated thst be felt that
the sound bed COIle f~_ upstairs, possUlly tha area of the
library.
llXITB stated that be did not s_ either of the INllpeCtS
or any shoot1ncJ. lie was ftCIt Ilcqwlinted with either, altho. bad
_ Dylan 1ttJtIlOLll around school and knew vb.o be WlUI. .e bad
Han individuals 011 eDpUlI vurinq :blaclc ullllClh ClOllta and bad
baard the f1'" "'.'!'ranch coat Mafia", but 4i4 not Imov enyt.b.inq
abuut the 9%"OUp.

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LAICIWOOD POU" OIPARTMEHT SUPPUMfHTJU. ••PORT
UPORTING AGENT: OnECTM KARLA SARNACKl CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
''1Cl'1M: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DAte OF REPOrT: OS/24/99
,FFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEJIPCO SHERI'F'S OflllCE
INFO!!.MATION CONTROL NUMBER; DN3539, Flh4A.ON57419. JqOl CR #9'.7625

SUBJECT' Smjth. David Jolm dob: 08112/82 wlm


5599 South Youngflold Way
Littleton. CO 80127
303·904-3477

Gail Smjth (Mother)


5599 South¥oungfield Way
Littleton. CO 80127
303·904-3477
303-271-4<Ui1 (wk)

. 8SERVATIONIlNVESTIGATION ,
On 5119/99 at 0915 hours, I interviewed DavidSmithal his home. Permi;sionbad previously been obtained
from his mother.

Davidstated he knew Eric Harris from being in the same classwithhim last semester. He stated tllis class WJlS
Team Sports. He statedEric Harri' spoke German a 101 in tllis class. Eric Harris also got teased, howeverhe
stated it was not severe leasing,JUSl verbal. He added l!lal otherstudents gOI it worse than Eric Harris did.
David staled be did not know Dylan Klebold at all. He stated he knew the mmch coal mafia group existed.bUl
did not know any of the other members.

David statedhe drove 10schoolthe lOOming of 4120199. He arrived at 0700hoursand parked at Clement Park.
H. staledthere was notlling unusual going on outside the school or in betw_ classes. He has Science first
hour.Math second hour,American History third bDut, and Language Artsfourth boer, All theseclasses are
located in the upperlevel. After the fourth hourclllss. he andJacob M= wentoutsidethe doorslocated north

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JC.o01- Q04454
I.AlClWOOD POUC. DfPARfMENTSUPPUMfNfAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETICT1VI! KARlA SARNA(:K1 c:A$1 NUMBERt 99-38856
'''cnM: COLUMaINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/24/99
_..IINSE: AOA/COLUMBIN! HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORC'I'/JIfFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONDOL NUMBER: QN353t, FBh4A-PN5741 t. JOO! eft 199-7625

of the libraryon the upper level.He Slated he went outsideand1l1Iveled down the min and enteredthe cafeteria
throughthe west door. He staled he did not see anything unusual goingon outside. David commentedthat one
time be saw a :alIltid standing by Klebold's ear. He stated he did notlclow this kid, but be ideIItified him, by
lookingthrough the yearbook, as Robert perry. He wasnot surewhatday be saw Roben perry by the BMW.

David indicated, on the attacheddiagxmll, the path that be tookthrough Illecafeteria, and that he possibly sat at
table '''IT' (Davidslated he may nave sat at table ce, XX, or UU). He staledhe remembered sitting closeto
the window. He brought his lunchthat day and went straightto the table, He was there approximately ten
minuteswhenhe heard a poppIng noise outside. He thought it was a fight andwent to the window andsaw rwo
kids in the fenced area,just westof the cafeteria, drop to the ground. He said be saw a chubbykid running
toward the soccer field. This kid was wearing. wbiteT-shilt. At that point Mr. Sanderscame in the west
.,.ietoria door and told everyoneto get down. He statedhe dropped to the groundand crawled toward the stairs.
At that time be was hearinggunshots. David Slated be got up and ran to the stairs, up the stairs, and at the top of
the stairs he heard more gunshots. David ran out of the building through the matbls<:ience hallwayand out the
southeastdoors.

David ran acrossPierce Stteelto Leawood Park. He statedpeoplewere screaming all this time. Daviddid not
see any of the shooters.

Davidstated he left his blue JanSpon backpackand sack lunch in the cafeteria. Inside his backpack he had his
math book, math folder, language arts folder, science notebook, and somereceipts. He could not remember
whathe was wearingthat day.

Davidonly knewof. Web page that AaronBrown had. He statedhe is BrooksBrown's little brother. Aaron
had a Web page at one time that was geared towards climbing. He statedAaron never menJioned any problems

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JCo{101·oo4455
LAICI'WOOO fIOUCI DfIlARTMEHT SUPPLlM'HTJU. .EfIORT
REPOmNG AGENT: DmcTlVI KARLA SARNACKl CASE NUMBEIl1 99.38856
"'CTIM: COWMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATI OFREPORT: OS/24/99
lFENSE: AOA/COLUM8INE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCl!/JEFFCO SHERlFP'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONIROL NUMBSR: Om53'. fBl;4A·DN5741'. JOO: CR #9'.1625

that Srcola was having.

Davidalso indicatedon the attacheddillgram the otherS1lldents that were sitting at tho table with him in the
cafeteria.

Detective's SignaturelNumberlDate s.,.,.,llJlt's Signature!NumberlDate

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On 4/30/99, Jenny Smith, 008 12/10/81, 5653 South


Harlan Street, Littleton, Colorado was advised of the idenclty of
the interviewing Agent, and the nature and purpose of the
interview. She was interfiewed in the presence of her Mother,
Brenda Smith, 008 5127/57.
Jenny Smith arrived at Columbine High School at
approx~mately 7:45 a.m. on 4/20/99. She went to the commons
which had about 25 students there, and she met with Ryan Poole,
Seth Ian, and Nate Montgomery. She didn't nOtice anything out of
the ordinary, or any duffel bags that stood out. She went to her
normal classes, her l~st being language arts class, she then
went to first lunch and sat with her friends at table T. Her
friends that sat with her were as follows:
1. Christen Scho~nhoff
2. Alisa Eneinas
3. Jennifer Tyndall
4. Nate Montgomery
5. Ryan Poole
6. Lacy Koch
She bought her lunch, and was on her way back to her table when
she heard Mr. Sanders and Mr. Kreit.er yelling for everyone to
get down, and go to the auditcrium. Jenny then ran towards the
elevacors and stair5 ana into the auditorium. Then. along with
many ocher students she ran through the hallway towrds the
gymnasium and out the ~Jrn exit, From there she was directed to
go to Clement Park.
She did not see either Harris or Klebold Monday or
Tuesday. She did not know any Trench Ccat Mafia (TCM) , although
she thinks that Alejandra Marsh hangs out with the TCM. She
co~ld prOVide no further in:ormation about the TaM.

She did nOte that during her second period, the Rebel
News Network thought for the day was something to the effect of
"you'll wish ynu hadn't come today".

lnvesugauon on 4 / 3 0 19 9 ~ Littleton, Colorado


111.. 114A-ON-574191 99-76251 CN1577 0.,._ ..:4!1/:..,3"'0"'/:..,9:.;9"- _

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-. COLUMBINE mGR SCHOOL TASK FORCE
CONTROL NUMBER: :li!J!! J. 'IS' 3 d- :>
JeSD CASENUMBER: 99-7625
FB[ CASE NUMBER: 174A-DN-57419
GOLDEN POLlCE NUMBER; 99-1362
REPORT DATE: 05105/99
DETECTIVES: Jon Watson
JeffKreutzer
Background:
Patti STEVENS was Interviewed on 05103199 re: 2175. STEVENS states that on 50/03/99 she
spokewith J mie SMITH_ a SpecialEd student, whotold her his sister had seen someone
matching escription talking to the shooters just before the incident. Sister is
identified review ofCHS records as LaceyNicoleSMITH(DOB: 01113182)

l&.!l>l:
Interview LaceyNicole SMITH.

Disposition:

SUBJECT: LaceyNicole SMITH


DOB: 01113/82
5690 W. RowlandAve.
Littleton.CO 80128
(303) 973-6961

On Ma:y 4, 1999,Detectives Kre= and WalSon wentto SMITH's residence, where she was
interviewed in the presence of her mother.

SMITH seemed to be expectingthat she_contacted by investigators. She immediately


openedher yearbook, and pointed Out icture. She said that his appearance has
changed from that picture; that now he long hair, and his face is "really brokenout".

SMITH recalledthat she is scheduledfor the "A" lunch,which is the first lunchperiod. The bell
rings at 11:IS, and SMITH, who was in the library during4'" hour,went to the cafeteriafor
lunch:which is scheduledto begin at 11 :20. She said she got her piece of pizza. and went to sit
on a ledge in the corner by the school store. She made a sketchwhichis attached.

SMITHrecalledthat this was the first time \II a year and a half(since she begandriving to
school) that she has eaten in the cafeteria; usually she goesout fu~MITH stated that
every day as she was leavingthe schoolfor lunchshe would see whomshe knew,
walking towardthe "Weaverlight" to havea cigarette. Whenshe returned, she would see him
walking back towardthe school.

SMITH described ~ always dressing the same everyday, with a black "trenchcoat",
and black baseball cap turned backwards. The hat had~c'
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world",and white letters"NO SHIT!". SMITHsaid, R his trench coat
religiously" ,

Jc.o01.004465
COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE
CONTROL NUMBER: _JU'J
ICSD CASENUMBER: 99-7625
FBI CASE NUMBER: I74A-DN-57419
GOLDEN POLICE NUMBER: 99·1362
REPORT DATE: 05/05/99
DETECTIVES: Ion Watson
JeffKre=r

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In addition to the long coat, described as wearinga whitetee shirt, blackjeans, black
leathershoes like Re~ that he bas big feet, SMITHrecalledthat about three days prior to
the incident, she and _ bumped intoeach other in the hall, and be stepped on her foot and
they both fell down. .

She thought that was unusual, but did not dwell


see'"
On Tuesday, Apri120, 1999,after class, SMITH went out to her ear to get her lunchmoney, and
she lookedtowardwhere she would custolllllrily
upo::r--' and observedthat be was not there.

Aftergettingher pizza, she went to the ledge by the schoolstore, whereshe sat in the comer by
the doors(diagramreflects that she wason the left side as an observeris facing the doora- the
sameside as the school store). The doorsare described as two pairs of doors, which lead out to
an entryway. and two more pairs of doorswhichlead outside.

As SMITIl was sitting there, she observed ~ through the pair of doors closest to
whereshe was sitting. He came in through the door that was farther away from her, but she
immediately recognizedhim and said, "~He said, "Hi", and continued to walk into
the cafeteria.

SMITHstates"continuedin towardthe cafeteriauntil be was about 20 to 30 feet north of


her. This was the last area she saw him prior to her leaving the cafeteria,

SMITHdescribed his attire as a black "duster" referredto as a "trenchcoat" previously, and


described his hat, SMITH's motherownsa duster. She does not recall any patchesor identifying
features about his Coal.

SMITHstates she did not see ~th a gun, but did not see both of ~ds as he
was comingin, She did not see him carrying anythinglike a beckpack or duffel bag and said h.
"never has a backpack".

SMITHsaid she did not see _with a gun, but she believeshe hada gun concealedunder
his longcoat. She states tha~e stopped, fa<;ing towardthe main area of the cafeteria, she
heard what she describedas "rapid lire" shooting comingf r o m . and observed him
"turning". She described him as "shooting from the hip". SMl saic, "The noise was coming
fromhim". She described the noise as 'piercing" and "loud". It made her ears ring. Sbe also
heard glass breaking, but did not see wherethis was occurring. SMITHcould not tell how many
shots she heard, but believed it was less than IS,

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COLUMBINE area SCHOOL TASK FORCE
CONTROL NUMBER: .li!!!M- ~1:13
JCSD CASENUMBER: 99·7625
FBI CASENUMBER: 174A·DN·57419
GOLDEN POLlCENU'MBER: 99·1362
REPORT DATE: 05105199
DETECTIVES: Jon WalSOn
leffKreutzer

SMITHrecalls hearing someonesaying something about"paintball" and hearing someonesay


"prank",

As soon as SMITHrealizedthere was shooting, she immediately fled from the cafeteriathrough
the doorsby the store, where she was sitting, Shebelieves she WIIS among the first to escape
fromthe building. SMITHsaid she went directly 10 her car, which was parked "sevenspaces"
from Pierce in the Juniorparking lot. She drove out of the parking lot, going over the grass to
get out. Whenshe got to the street, she picked up a numberof studentswho were fleeing,
including a girl named "ALESHIA" (phonetic) [LN1J], and a number of football players. She
drove them to their residences, and then wenthome. Whenshe got home, SMTIHtold her
motherthere were three shooters. and told her wIw she bad seen,

SMTIH recalled that an acquaintance, Matt BRUCE bad been sitting "by the far door" ofthe
cafeteria.and could possibly provideother information.

SMITHtold investigators about the "phraseof the day", which WIIS "TODAYIS NOT A GOOD
DAY TO BE HERE", and said that the phrase of the dayoriginatedfrom the video class; of
which Eric HARRIS was a part,

SMITHtold investigators that during the priorschool year (97·98) _ was frequently seen
with a groupof individual. dressed in similar "trench coats"; one of whomwas a neighborof the
SMITH's, Bobby CRAIG, CRAIG is the subject whokilledhi. father, then committedsuicide.
See Det, Kreutzer's reportreo ControlNumher 1156.

SMlTIl suggested that for additionalinsightintoHARRIS, investigators might want to talk to an


individual named GWYLEM [phoneticJ, whotaughtpart of the video class.

SMITIl said anothersubject.Rusty SCHLlER[phonetic], told her he had seen six shooters, 2 in
the cafeteria.2 in the library, 1 in the main hall, and I in the main office.

SMTIH's boyfriend, Jeff HULSE(303) 797·3901 was in the photo lab at the time and she said he
apparently thoughtwhat was going on wasjust a fire drill,

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COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE
CONTROL NUMBER: ~8$'.J
JCSDCASENUMBER: 99-1625
FBI CASE NUMBER: l14A·DN-574l9
GOLDEN POLlCE NUMBER: 99-1362
REPORT DATE: 05110/99
DETECTIVES: Jon Watson
JelfK:reulzer

Background:
Follow up interview of LaceyNicole SMITH; original interview on 05103/99; reported under
control number 2853.

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Re-imerview S"MITH, to clarify information regarding subjec

Disposition;

SUBJECT: LaceyNicole SMITH


DOB,OlIl3182
5690 W. Rowland Ave.
Littleton, CO 80128
(303) 913-6961

On Friday, May 1, 1999, Sergeant Watson re-interviewed LaceySMITH at her residence; in the
presence of her mother. S"MITH was interviewed in omer to clarify certain information
regarding her reported observation o~ the areaof thecafeteriaimmediately
priorto the shootings.

I asked SMITH whatevent initially caused her to believe there was something wrong. She told
me that it was the sound of windows (glass) breaking. After which, she recalled hearing what
sounded likerapid fire shooting. I asked if the sound of shooting couldhave been more than one
person firing, perhaps altemating, and she ~ that it was possible that this was the case. I
explained that what sheoriginally saidabout ~g was not supported by physical
evidence such as shell casings in the area where~ seen, and she seemed to understand that
he was probably 001 shooting.

SMITH described........in She said he was wearing a long "trench coat", but described it
as "001100 10llg 011~he's so tall". He had all black pants, black leather shoes - not
boots- which she described as beinglike Reboks and a blackhat withwhite lettering. The hat
was on backwards. The lettering said, 'NO SHIT1". SMITH had originally described the hat as
having a circular element in ifs design which she thought was the earth. When I spoke to her on
this occasion, she s a leE d that the "earth" might have been part of the exclamation point.
thought
SMITH described . as being"realgreasy", and described how it stuckout from
under the hat 011 the SI es, he said it was reddish brown. SMITH recalled that his coat was
open. When 1 asked her about his shirt, this time she said he had on a black or white lee shin.
During the priorinterview, she described the sbilt as white, and when I asked her about this, she
said she thinks it was white.

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COLUMBINE mea SCHOOL TASK FORCE

CONTROL NUMBER: ~
JCSD CASE NUMBER: 9'.l-162S
FBI CASE NUMBER: 114A-DN-57419
GOLDEN POLlCE NUMBER: 9'.l-1362
REPORT DATE: 05/10/99
DETECTIVES: Jon Watson
JeffKteutm-

I asked SMITHto clarifythe time frameof events. Shetold me that the bell rang to end the
fourth hour class at 11;10. She was in the library duringfuurth hour, and she said she left the
classroom at exactly [J: II. She went out of the library, went down the main stairs to the
commons area, and exited the buildingthroughthe doors nearthe school store, She went
outside,look the sidewalkfrom the covered areaoutside the doorsaround to the left toward
where her truck was parked. She said when she got to the area of the sidewalk beside the drive,
she sawand spoke with Pat IRELAND. She conUnued to where her trudc was parked (see
attacheddiagram), She crossed the drive and approached her truck from the front After getting
her lunchmoney from the truck, she retraced her steps back into the building. The trip from the
classroom to her truck and back to the school SlO", took no more than3 to 5 minutes.

When SMITH reentered the building, she stopped at the South end of the school store counter,
where she purchased a cheese personal pan pizza. She said she got quick service, and bed her
pizza withinone minute,

SMITH thenwent to the corner of the ledgeadjacent to the doors, at the end of the hallwaythat
goes by the school store whereshe started to eat She did not buy a drink, because she bad her
own waterbottle. SMITHrecalls that she bad only taken one or two bites from the first pieceof
her personal pan pizza, when people startedrunning fur the stairs. 1asked her to draw on a
diagramof the school cafeteria where he went, and where he stoppedwhen she saw him Last. On
the diagram she depicts ~ walking in throughthe doors, past where she was sitting, and
going in about as far as ~ end of the schoolstore. It was at that time that she heardthe
windowsbreaking and then realized she was hearing sbots,

SMITHsaid she grabbedher backpackand ran out the doors,leaving the remains ofher pizzaon
the ledge. She recalledthat she ran across the grass, then downinto the parkinglot and
approachedher truck from the back. She threw her backpack into the bed of the truck and drove
uphill from her parking place. over the grass median into the driveway to get out ofthe parking
lot.

SMITH also told me that she wears glasses because she is nearsighted, but that she did not have
them on that day. She believesher correction is about20-30. She said she has somedifficulty

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making thingsout at a distance,but that she did not have any trouble identifying PERRY when
asked SMITHbow sure she was that the personshe saw and spokewith
I asked,"90 percentsure? 50 percentsure?" Her response was "100
percentsure." en showed SMITH a photoli.neup whichincludeda pictureof Dylan
KLEBOLD. and asked her if the person whowalkedpast her was in the lineup. She stated he
was NOT in the lineup. I askedher if she knew any of the personsin the lineup,and she

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CONTROL NUMBER: H:il


JCSD CASENUMBER: 99·7625
FBI CASE NUMBER: 174A·DN·57419
GOLDENPOUCE NUMBER: 99·1362
REPORT DATE: 05110199
DETECTIVES: Jon Watson
JeffK.reulzer
immediately pointed to KLEBOLD's pi_lIIld identified him correctly, by name. She also
pointed 1<) two of the other picturesand said she knew them, but couldn'tremembertheir names.

I asked SMITH about Matt BRUCE, whomshe bad said was in the caieteria. She clarified tha1
she had not actually seen BRUCE in the cafeteria; she had learned this from talIdna10 him at a
later time.

I also asked SMITH to clarify ~ssible affilialion with the group ofldds she used to
see last year; which includedRobbyCRAtO. She clarified tha1 she bad not seen~
tha1 group.

SMITH told me she has known"since she was a freshman. but thai she never knew wbaI
his last name was until afterthe incident She said that she learned his last name when she and
her friend Dana REMY were talkingright afterthe incident, and looked his picture up in the
yearbook.

SMITH talkedaboutseeing!!at tha school frequently, even thoughhe bad either dropped
out or been suspended. She exp ained where she usually saw him; walldng south on Pierce
towardthe area of the SemiIwy Building, whichis a brownish colored house on the northwest
comer ofthe same blockwhere Columbine High School is located; or thai he would go one
block furthersouth to Weaver, where she would see him alone, smoking. SMITH said there is a
culvertin the area across the street to the southofthe Seminary Building, where Idds are known
to sometimesgo to smoke marijuana.

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5690 West Rowland Avenue
Littleton, CO 80128
303·973-6961

Business Address: Student- Columbine High School

Smith, Sheila
5690 West Rowland Avenue
Littleton, CO SO128
J03·973·6961

INVESTIGATION;

t Jetober 12.1999 between the hoursof 1135 and 1211,1 spoke with SheilaSmith in reference to her daughter,
Lacey Smith, who had been interviewed on May 3, 1999 by Detective Jeff Kreutzer with the GoldenPolice
Department in reference to her observations at Columbine High School on April 20. 1999. WhenI contacted Sheila. [
explained to her why 1wanted to reimervlew Laceyandstatedwe had several additional questions we would like to
ask Lacey in reference to her identification o f _ a s beinga gunmen in the cafeteria on April 20, 1999. 1
explained to Sheilathat the Jefferson Ccunty ~ce had recovered a videotape from the cafeteria and at no
time. do we identify ~as being in the cafeteria. nor do we idennfyhim as shooting within theschool.
Sheilaexplained to ~ is hesitant to agree to be interviewed again. staling Lacey does not believe that law
enforcement believesthe information she passedalong in reference to this case. [told Sheilathat it is important we
reinterview Lacey in orderto correct any discrepancies that might naveoccurred in the in,tial interview, [t was
tentatively scheduledthat WI: would meet on October [4, [999 at the Jefferson County Sheriff'sOffice.

On October [4. [999 between the hoursof 1353 and 1520, 1 had an opportunity to reinterview LaceySmith at the
.Jefferson CountySheriff's Office and presentduring the interview was her mother. Sheila. 1provided a copy of the
report generated by Detective Jeff Kreutzer withthe Golden Police Department in reference to his initial interview
withLacey Smith. [had Laceyand Sheilaread through the report and asked if there wereany discrepancies.

I brou.ght it to Lacey's attention whereshe specifically told iav. i. .ors that she idenlified~as entering
intothe cafeteria via RebelCorner, at whichtime she said hi to As _assed her and was near the
commons area of the cafeteria, she then explained that.pulled a weapon out from under his trench coatand
starred firing into the cafeteria. Laceywas asked if she was Sure in thesestatements, at whichtime she told me that

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she hasa vivid imagination and is unclear on exactlywhatshe saw occur in the cafeteriaon April 20, 1999.

1asked Lacey if she could explainto me exactlywhat she saw On the incident date and asked her to give me a little
background OIl what her classeswere beforeshe went intothe cafeteriaon the incident date. Lacey statedpriorto
going to the cafeteria, she was in her historyclass, taught by Ms. Green and they were in the library. Afterbeing
released from her history class,between11:15 and 11:20, she told me that she went down into the cafeteria area Where
she got a slice of pizza from the school store. After she got her pizza, Laceystilted she went over to the ledgein the
comer near the school store, where she began to eat her pizza. 1asked Laceyif she ate with anyoneor recalls who
might have beensitting near her. Lacey staledshe always eats aloneand she doesn't know any ofthe otherstudents
that werenear her.

Laceyexplainedthat just after she startedto eat her pizza. she recalls seeing a tall individual described as a white
male,about 6'5"·6'6", wearingsome type ofa coat, walk intothe schoolcafeteria. via Rebel Comer. and walk into
the main commons area of the cafeteria. I askedLacey if she was identifying this personas being
which time she told me that she didn't knowwhothe individual was. 1asked Lacey if she was sure a ut t ,and
Lacey stared she can', even tell me if the individnal was_ o r if he was wearing any typeof a trenchcoat. I
e- <lained to Laceythai there is a d _ ' in the initi~ filed with Detective Jeff Kreutzer, where she
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the individual. Lacey told me that s e oesn t recall exactly whatshe said to the person. but she thinks she did sayhi.
greeting the party, but again, told me that she is not sure if this person

1had Laceydescribethe actionsof the individual and told her to tell me exactlywhatthe persondid. lacey statedthe
whitemale walkedtowardsthe commons areaand stopped. at whichtime she said she saw me individual place his
right handon his right hip and move from side to side, Lacey was asked if she observed any type of a firearm at this
point and she stated she did not. 1, again, referred Laceyto the report whichwas generated by Detective Kreutzer. and
askedher whyshe told the detective that she described seeing the individual moving from side to side and described
rapid fire shooting comingfrom the individual, telling the detective that she be lievedthe party had a gun concealed
under his longcoat. Lacey told me that, again, she has a vivid imagination and she could not positively tell me if the
individual had a firearm ofany sort. I asked Lacey aboutthe gunfirecomingfromthe areawhere the individual was
located and she told me at this point, she doesn't know if the gunfire was coming within the cafeteriaor if it was
corningoutsidethe cafeteria.

! asked Lacey if she could tell me wherethe individual went. Lacey statedaftershe heardthe initial gunfire. she ran
from the cafeteria, grabbedher backpack, proceeded out into thejunior parkinglot,got in her vehicle,and drove out of
the Columbine parking lot.

I explained to Laceythat the informaticn she was providing me doesn't matchthe information she provided to
l)¢"'Ctive Kreutzeron the initial interview on May 3, 1999, telling her there wereseveraldiscrepancies. I, again,

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asked Lacey if she identified' as beingthe gunmen thatshe saw walk into the cafeteriaon the incident
dale. Lacey Slated she could not I entify beinginvolved in this incident, telling me thatshe does not
even recall what the party was wearing, er arty walked past her and into the commons areaof the cafeteria,
that's whenshe proceeded to hear the llUOfire. Again,Laceytoldme that she did not see the party with any typeof a
weapon andcould not tell me where the gunfirewas coming from.

At the completion of the interview, I askedLacey if therewas anyadditional information that she would liketo pas.
on. Laceystated there is a rumoraround school that a srudent by the nameof Eric Veik had assisted Eric Harris and
Dylan Klehold in some videoschool projects and Eric is nowa runaway and had stolensome money from a past
employer, Laceyexplained that she heard the FBI is currently looking for Eric and is going to charge him with some
typeof copyright violations in reference to some videos he hadassisted Eric Harrisand Dylan Klebold in making, I
explained to Laceythat we werewell aware of Eric Veik, at which time l terminated this interview,

ADDITIONAL L"IFORMATION:

Fl'll Case#4-DN·57419, DN #5062,

DISPOSITION,

Caseopenpending furtherinvestigation,

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tjnit Number ~w Inidais andDate


SMI1'll, LOGAN

JC-001· 004476
SUPPLEMENT REKER 5-29-99 HOMICIDE 99-7625

INTERVIEW WITH LeGAN SMITH


5434 S. TAFT CT.
LITTLETON,COLO.80123
904-7569

On 5-19-99, Inv. Reker did conduct an interview with


Logan Smith at his residence with his mother present.
Smith states that he was sitting between the table TT
and the window of the west end of the cafeteria and then walked
to the vending machines by the teachers lounge when he heard
~,shots, and then heard a male outside the door yelling "get off
me". Smith then ran to the stairs in the common area and up the
stairs to the $.e. front entrance to the school and to Leawood
park.
Smith states that he did not see the shooters and left a blue and
green backpack in the cafeteria.
He arrived in the cafeteria at approx.ll:10 and did not
notice anything unusual.
Smith was unable to provide any further information and
the interview was concluded.

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

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4. Didyou lea"" an'llbing beb!tld m1llecafeteriaor m)"tlbm elao m1lle fdlool ?
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16. Can you pmvide ...y _ inComwi"" on the _ _ or:he Tmltb Coat Malia ?
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11. Ask the l"l""l'" iIlllo ldda ...... told:hom ""ytl:W>c else 1 Dilll:rellt?

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SN¥OER, K

JC-001- 004480
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Denver Police Department

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I hwe read the foregoing statunent and the' f.ttcts contained therein ate true to the best of my !maw/tlldgfl "ltd bfJllsf, J
do not mainMm that it ctJI1tlIins B1l of the filets or der:8Hs of the incident, but only rhase facts about which 1 have been
asked.

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do not maintain tMt it contains iJII of the facts or derails of the j'm:idBnt but only those facts about which t MW been
asked.

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JC.QO1· 004482
SODEl1BERG, B.

JC-001. 004484
CONTROL NUMBER ·.3043

cat CASE l>'UMBER -991.0185


FBI CASE NUMBER - 4-DN-574l9

lEI'FERSON COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT CASE NUMBER-99-762S

REPORTING AGENT -
llNDAR. HOLLOWAY
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69llKIPUNG
D6NIIER. COLORADO 80215
(303) 239-4218

WITNESS:

BR.lAN EUGENB SODERBERG


DOB 01/W13
SOPHOMORE
ADDRESS: 1156 W. <J<dd<s. Litlloton, C.lcndo 80128
Phone: (303)979-8375

MOTIIER - NANCY (303) 4'8-3OIlS


FATIlER - DAVlD(303) 979-839.

ACTION TAliEN:

OnMay7,1999!he ~rtAgem, Lil><laR. HOl.LOWAY, in..mew.dBrtanEugooe SODERBURO er


his reside..,.,. Thelnfmnalioo Conlrl>lsheet #3043 _ 1'0< Brian', .n-, Lilldsay, wllo is 11 yea and
also • 'llIdcDt at Columbine High Scbool. Brian SODERBURO, howe_, iJlfo<med me tllal his s_ _
Jll1wl<:b wbentile incidollt begaa andtelIlllillecI off """l'\I$ fortile emio:.-. His backpacl<. was localOd
in <It. oalil<oria _ ""nlllilled iDf"-oo fromhis.n-,

His _ , Nancy, wllo .,.. prosolll durin. tile_ , droppod ol'l'Brianatsollool. Upon his arrival Jll
7;15 a.rn, be wont to is loclolr wllidl is localOd """ tile_ From"""" be wont to tile cafeteria
and W. .. what .,.. _ from sbowinll him. map of tile cafoImla, ar lllble BBB. This partieular
rablo is 1.""..,1'''ly adjllCont to !abl.. where tile borolls were _localOd. He telIlllillecI .. tllal tabl. utttlI
tho first pc:r;iod bell""'II- Also _ltd with him were \lie l\:>1Iowins student: DAVlD SMITH. CYRUS
MASE (Us. lAKE), AARON BROWN, TONYA WaRLOCK AND SEAN (utlkIlownlast !lWl!lll). ""
did oot.....ylhiog $1lspicio.., lib tho duffol bop, _
be .,.. in tile _ .... priorto sobool
begintlinll-
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book. Hepicktd lip _ be _ 1'0< his allI:nloalchwes aIld his lllllCh and wont ou!&ide the west
doo.., down tileSlairs aIld into !he cafotma. He sal .. TableUU which is veryeeer tile northwest door tllal
beelllll%Od.

Also soaItdwithhim_g A Loncb""'" BRENDaNTRUlILLO, DAN (utlkIlownlastlWlll», ERIC


LARSON, MlKELAVEN, aIld LOGAN (.....0'"" last .....).

TIle first be known of \lieincidcDt ..... whoa be sa.... atudeo'ou!&ide thodoor llI'Ib his ]og and fall to !be
ground. A ~ (potbap$ Mr. SANDERS) at. j"';to< auDO in .,!be _ and .,ld!be smdolI'" "Q<t
down, _ ' s a gaa". Brian go' up apinsl .. adi"""'....n. A short _ _ be"'" uptileSlairs, do.....
!beupper ball....y and across!be ""'" (l'iorI:e) te OIl adjaoIoat part. He- . . , • prtv... rosideu<e and

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called his potellII. He iIldlcated on""" maps histoote oftr.l.el nlll oftbe lIClloQI JlIld ....... be _ oltlillg
bo<h before finl poriod lllld at ImIcll.

Wben asbd ifbe saw tbe sbOOllOn priorto tbe incidont. be ,laI<d 1llal be maybave _ ERIC HAlUUS
be""""" finllllld secood poriods. !lo _ ....,;"g arm pants, a bl.a<1< sbirtand sun g!lIsses (be was ant ,ere
oflllis).

BriaIlwu _g.darlr. blaoaylon _ pan!!!, apy ... sbirtlllld • _ bat wilb an or.Illl" "F' on it The
backpatl< be left bobindill tho<:afclOrill _ a yellow lllld bIacl: LaIlds Bod btlllld""". II""'I.iMd """
wbitofoJdm. .,...lllld pelll)ils lllld. cabllllor.

Hedoo! _tho lnlllfDOllllld his""""" aamo1$ "1lEDl'L'-. Of'tho meml:>on of tho TCM, b e _ Joe
STAIR from • woodtlllop ........ be tool< wilb blm. !lo _ rJO( mlIClloQI dw be saw.

Hedoe:! 1lOl!<now anyone who baa • double j>ietced e)'e!>t'ow lllld be didn't ~ booriIlg tho
anon=- on dw dayor !<now tho thought of tho day. His_ did !lOt bave lIllY flIllbor i.Ill'brmalion
eitbor.

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SONDERllY, A.

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Case No. _
Denv... Police Depa'li,ia,C
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dt> not maintain tfuJr if cont3inS aI Df the facbJ 01 details (Jf the inc.ideItt,. but only those facts about which I have b,et'I
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do not mBintBin tnat it contllins all of the _ or de_ of the incident, but only - . _ about which Il1lIve been
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L Did you ever see the two largeduffel bags in the cafeteria?
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REPORT BYJACKLYNGEE(ACSO)

On 050799. thillnvestigalO< :;p<:>b to • SIlll:lent of CIlS. idenl:ified as:

Sowder, Jonathou
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P!lt 303·972-4249

Thal on 0421199,llllWbco bad potllIlllII e _ t o be"'" of !cltool $0 be eould. - . piCllic _


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Thal lo0ath0n did eos p....otl.ny know Eric (Hama) or Dylan (Kleboldl, althongll stated tlw be
llas seen tbem in tbe _ at CllS.

Thal lollllll1o.', aisler, _ , is also• . - at CllS and was cllllOllrtlC:d _ _ sbe bad left
ber backpacltat !cltool tbe <loy of !lie int:idnst and needed her glasses from iL

Thal 1 0 _ wouldha"" Melissa call tl>is lnvestigalllr,

On 051199, tl>is [n_galllr _ t o _"liu!I«, SlOven So'M!cr and wasadYisodof !lie foUowing:

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Sowder,_
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Thal MelisJla was not available beeease sbe llas beee bospitalizedat Cleo Wll!LaI>o, as • result of
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That MelisJla was in tbe cafeteriawben tho incidnnl 0CCUll'ed.

That origin.ally MeiWa bad reidher parenJl< that sbe knew wbeEric and Dylan were andsrated
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That S"""'" !las dia<:ussod thIl incidnn' wilh Melissa and sbe told bim that last.._ (Fall 1998)
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INVESTIGATION:

On 05-l3.99, at about9:00 a.m., I telephoned CHSstudent Melissa Sowder's residence as follow up on DN3il65 According
to this lead, Melissa had apparently told CHS srudent Veronica Griffith that she had "two weeks" prior knowledge of the
Columbine shootings, and that the smdents who wereshor"deserved what they got.' At that time, I spoke with Melissa,
mother. Melissa', mother told me that she and her husband wereawareof what Melissa is allegedto havetold otherstudents.
and Ihat Melissa was known to "embellish" herstoriesand 'ell lies. Melissa's mother told me that Melissa was admitted to
the Cleo Wallace Youth Center on 05-06-99,whereshe is receiving therapy under the directionof TherapistSharon Olson.
At that time, Melissa', mother told me that she and her husband were not opposed to Melissabeing formally Interviewed by
lawenforcement, but wantedto first confer with Sharon Olson beforemaking a final decision.

On 05·[3·99. at about 5:00 p.m., I telephoned Melissa's mother, She told me that she bad since spokenwithSharon Olson,
and that Sharon did not objectto Melissa beinginterviewed provided that'he and/or Melissa's parentswerepresent during the
interview, Meiisss's mother told me that she did notwant Melissa [0 be interviewed at Cleo Wallace. and that she expected
Melissa to be released sometimeduring the week ofOS-I7 and return home. I told Melissa's mother that I would call her
sometimeduring the week of 05-17 in order to confirm Melissa', return home. and set up the interview.

On 05-19.99, at about 11,00a.m., I receiveda telephone call from Paul Prendergast (303·797.3300}. Paul told me that he is
an attorney representing the Sowder family, and that Melissa couldnot be interviewed. He requested that any attempts to
contact Melissa Sowderor her parentshe dieected to him,

Per Rapid Start.leads 2878 and 3232, both requesting an interview with MelissaSowder,were assigned to Arapahoe County
Sheriff's Investigator Jackie Gee. Also, see leads3065 aIld 3609(withreports) for additional information,

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