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On 4-27.99, between the hours of 1208 and 1343,1 had an opportunity to talk with Jamiereference the incident she observed
at Columbine H.S. on 4-20-99. Alsopresentat the interview were herparents, Janelle and Randy.

Jamie stated on 4-20-99, she hadbeenreleased from her 4th hourgovernment class, taughtby Mr. Savino, which is located near
the main entrance at Columbine H.S. Jamie statedshe arrived at the cafeteria at about II :20 a.m., and aftershe was showna
mapshestatedthatshe wasseatedattable"00." Afterplacing herbackpack andwalleton the tableJamie described seeing an
individual whoshesaid was ChrisMarkham, whoran in the north/west cafeteria doorand was telling thestudents to get down.,
-11d thatsomeone outsidehada gun. She stated thatChrisis described as whitemale, he waswearing a white t-shirt with blue

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jeans, and he disappeared somewhere near the food service line. Sbortly after Chris left the area coach Sanders appeared and
be was also telling the students to get down.

Jamie slated at that point she ran to the elevator which is located in the same hallway near the auditorium. After herself and
severalollter parnes got on the elevatorthey proceeded upstairs and wben the elevatordoors opened on the second levelnear the
library area she said the hallway was full of smoke. She said the students did not believe they were safe, al which time they
pushed the elevator 10 go back irrro the cafeteria area. Once they reached the cafeteria area they were accompanied into the
auditorium by the janitor, John Curtis, wbo she described as a whitemale. wearinga white t-snirt and a Columbine H.S. baseball
cap. Two teachers also accompanied them, a Lee AndresJr. and a second teacher she could not identify, but stated he was a
white male, with gray hair. Once they reached the auditoriumthey then went down the foreign language hall and exited the
building. They were later taken to Leawood Park.

Jamiewas asked ifsbe could tell me who was also at table"00" or surrounding tables, She stated her friend. Jenny Naifeh, 303·
979-7744; Steve Dresden, 303-932-9528; Josh Casey (unk phone); Asbley Pimley (unk phone); and she remembered seeingSteve
Pool (unk phone), in the area.

I askedJamie when she initially got into the cafeteriaarea if she observed two large duffel bags or sports type bags describedas

one beingblue and one being an orange-ish/red in colorwhichwere in the general area where she was seated. She slated because
of'the amount of backpacks she doesn't recall seeing those packs, and she doesn't recall anybody bringing packs described as
that into the cafeteria area. Jamie was asked if she saw any gnomon while she was in the cafereria, or when she was on the
elevator when it arrived at the second level near the library. Again she slated she did not see any gunmen while she was 10
Columbine RS.

Jamie stated while she was in the cafeteria she was probablythere I().15- minutes, and she beard several gnnshotscorning from
upstairs where she believed was the library area. She statedduringthis time she tried to remain under the table for fearshe might
be hurt. She stated she was in the school for a total of anywhere to 25-30 minutes before she was ushered out.

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Jamie was asked to describe her dress on 4-20-99, She stated she was dressed in a white tank top, with a blue and white blouse
over the tank top, blue jeans and Doc Martin shoes,

Jamie was asked ifshe knew Eric Harris or DylanKlebcld, She stated she had a gym class last semester with Eric Harris, but
sitedidn't knowmuchabout him, She stated she did not know Dylanand no informalion about him, Again,! verifiedthat Jamie
did not see any gunmenwhile she was in Columbine H's.. nor did she see the largeduffelbag or sports bag which were contained
within the cafeteria area.

At the conclusionof my interview [provided Jamie a map of the cafeteriaat which time [request that she document where she
was seated and her movements throughout the cafeteria. A copy ofthat is attached to this report



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r l. Did you everseeme two ~ duffel bags in !be cafetllria? J/o

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2. Did you see anyone cmying or in the possession of those dofl'el bags, at a previOllll time? ;.Jo

3. Did youseeErieHaxris orDylan K1ebold either onMollday ofTuesday? Whatwere !bey doing 1 j ; /L!JO<JJ (lM.JIt
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6. Did you see 01' talk to lUIy of !be Trench COllI Mafia IllIllIlbeD OIl Monday 1 Tuesday? Howaboutthe ,iff)
prior week or weeIznd ? _

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13. Ask tile parents if the kids have told them anything else? Different?


SUSPECTS: Eric Harris

Dylan Klebold

On 5/15199, I was assigned information control number DN3554 for follow up investigation. The information
control narrative statedthat ShawnNossaman indicated that a lunchemployee, Ms. Caruthers, was in the
cafeteria when this occurred. The information control sheetwas prepared by SergeantCalvinHemphill, Denver
Police Department.

On 5118199, 1contacted JeffersonCountySchools Area Administrator, Barb Monseu, and requested any
i'lfurmation she might have on cafeteria employee by the nameof Ms. Caruthers. She said that she had no
~brmation on such an employee but would provide me with information on the managerand otheremployees
of the kitchen. On 5119199 I received a fax transmission from NancyCook for Barb Monseuwith a list of the
Columbine High Schoolcafeteriaworkers. Ms. Caruthers is not on that list.

1. LindaTibljas, Kitchen Manager
12183 W. Tufts Ave
Morrison, Co 80465
Additional cafeteria workers:
2. Dewlaney, Suzanne
10605 W. Quarles Ave
Littleton, CO 80127

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3. Helm, Laverne 4. Liane,Sue

3663 S. SheridanBlvd 4853 S. Hoyt SI.
Denver, CO 80235 Littleton, CO 80123
303-984-0460 303-972-2194
5. Mederman, Marlene 6. Nielsen, Karen
11432 W. RoxburyPI 7153 W. Hinsdale Dr
Littleton, CO 80127 Littleton, CO 80127
303-948-2344 303-933-9097
7. Nancy Cook, Area Administrator for Jefferson County Schools
1829 DenverWest Drive
PO Box 4001
Golden, CO 80401

Cookprovided the information on the Columbine High School cafeteriaworkers for administrator Barb Monseu

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Morrison, Colorado 80465
Work: Columbine High School

Investigator Mike Gallagher of the Jefferson County District Attomey's Office received control numbers 1863 and 3254 to
interview Judy Durkin and LindaReffel, Bothare patents of Columbine High Schoolstudents and assisted with the afterprom

partyoccurring on the evening of 04-17-99 intothemorning of 04-18-99. Investigator Gallagher provided information thatboth
Dierkin and Reffel believe they had seena propanetank in the freezer of the kitchen at Columbine High School.

I called Reffel, and she stated she had seen the tank in the freezer, but initially thought it was a helium tank. Sheslated it was
about 18 to 24 inches tall. She statedthat she and Dierkin had discussed it, and that Dierkin believedit wasa propane tank.

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Reffe! agreedto meet me at ColumbineHigh Scbool and showme exactly whereit was that she had seen the item.

I conlaCted Dierkin, who stated it was definitelya propane tank that she saw in the freezer. She also stated that she and Reliel
had discussed the tankand believeditnecessaryto tell JCSO. Dierkin also agreed to meetme at Columbine HighSchool to show
me whereshe saw lbe laIlk

I spoke with Linda Tibljas, who is themanager of foodselVices for Columbine High School. I asked her about normalgas type
tanks of anytype that would be contained in thekitchen or cafeteria area. She stated there were no propane tanks normally kept
withinthe kitchen or cafeteria. She stated therewere CO, tanks, whichwerea 20 pound size, for theirPepsimachines. She said
theywere keptinside the storeroomwithinthe kitchen andwere hooked up to Pepsimachines. She stated therewere also "four
or so" in the rooproom whichwereold and owned by CocaCola. She stated that Coca Cola would not pick these tanks up due
to theirage.

I then askedTibljas if she had been present fur the after prom pony. She statedshe was not. She stated that an unknownperson
relatedto the after prom party had called her prior to the after prom party, asking if they could store items for that party in the
kitchen, She stated she told them theycould. Tibljas stated she did not know who the individual was who was in charge of the
after prom party or food preparation.

On 05-20-99, I spokewith Reffelin an attempt to makean appointment for meetingat the ColumbineHigh School. Following
this conversation, she faxed me two pages worthof information reference the after prom party and chair peoplerelatedto that.

On05-2().99, [ spoke with Lab Supervisor Chris Andrist, He had checked Columbine High Schoolreference any propanetacks
that might be utilizedin thekitchenor cafeteria area. Technician Andrist said he found threeCO, tanks in the kitchen office next
to the freezer. He statedhe also found twohelium tanks, about4' tali, in a wooden caseoutsidethe cafeteria area,in the direction
of the auditorium. He stated he found no propane tanks relatedto operationswithinthe kitchenor cafeteria.

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On 05-24-99. at about 1400hours.I met Dierkinat Columbine High School. She toldme that on Friday. 04-16-99, shebad been
atColumbine HighSchoolbetween1500and2230 hom. andSaturday, 04-17-99, between 0900 and 1600hours,forpreparation
of the after prom party. Sl1e stated on 04-17-99, she came backat about 2315 hours, and was at the school until 0600 hours.
Dierkin stated when she returned at 2315 hours, she did go down to the kitchen, and specifically the freezer area, where she
retrieved someitemsfor the after prom party. Dierldn stated at somepointduringthe night. she noticed that there was what she
believedto be a propane tankin the freezer. When I askedDierkinat what point during the night she believed she noticedit.
she stated she believed it W1IS "early 00," but couldnot pinpoint the time any further. Dierkinstaled the tank was all white with
no markings thatshe recalled, andwas abouta barbecue size. Dierkin stated during the nightshedid not noticeanything unusual.
She stated she left the wood block in the kitchen door to keep it propped open throughoutthe night While inside the school
Dierkin showedme the areas they had been during the night Dierkin pointed out a doorway outside the Home-Economics
classrcoms where she statedthat she and the otherworkers had come in and out She statedoutside thet door is where she had
parked. Dierkin pointed into a Home-Be room, labeled"LMI" on the map, as the room they were using for preparation the
majority of the rime. Dierkinstatedsheand the otherworkers would go backand fotlh betweenthere and the gym, utilizing the
outsidedoorwhich she bad pointed out to me. Sbepointed outa metal gale whichblocked off the hallway towards the east,just
outside of the Home-Be room. She stated it was closedthe entire night. but at some point during the night she noticedit was
slightly open. Dierkindid not noticeany people in that area. Shepointed down thesouthhallfromthe Horne-Eo area and stated
it had been blocked off '''litha paper type barrier, and that no one was comingthrough that area, to includeparents who were
staffing the after prollL Dierkin pointedOut an area just outsideof the mainoffices, near the east entrance of the school, where
she stated therewas a mazeand slide type area. Dierkin said she specifically recallsDylan Klebold entering, and statedhe was
with a malewith green hair. Dierkinstatedshe recallsseeing him go down the slide becauseher child and date followed soon
after, and she recalled looking for themand wonderiog when theywere goingto arrive. As we proceededwestbound down the
main ballfromthe main office, Dierkin pointed out gymdoors whichshestatedbad been openduringthe night, which she stared
she had utilized in order to go to the cafeteriafor additional supplies. Dierkinpointedout an elevatorjust outsidethe Library
which shestatedsheused through the nightto go down to thekitchen areaand hackup from the kitchen area. Inside the cafeteria
Dierkin pointed out the northeast freezer in the kitchen as being the oneshe saw thepropanetank in. Dierkin pointed to the most
west wall inside the freezer,on the floor, as the place wherethe tank was suring.
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Dierltin statedthere was no other unusual incidents throughout the night. Dierkin agreed to contactme if she thought of any
additional information.

Reffel met me at Colulllbine HighSchool on 05-24-99, at 1430 hours. Reffel stllIed on Saturday, 04-17-99, shewasat Columbine
HighSchool between 1000and 2000 bours,doingpreparation forthe after prom party. Reffel stated she was not surewhattime
she returned to Columbine High School 0004-17-99. Onceinside theschool, she pointedout areas she had traveled and rooms
she had used duringthe after prompony. Shepointedout. Home-Be room, labeledas "LMI" on the map. Shestatedtinsis
where she and Dierkin spentthe majority of theirtime. Shepointed outa dooroutside of thatareawhere she stated shehadgone
in andout and whereshe had parkedher car outsideof. Shepointed out a motsl gateoutside of the Home-Ec roomwhich she
stated wasshut for the entirenight. Reffelstared she didIIDt know if it was locked, but stated she nevernoticed it to be open at
anypointduringthe night. She also pointedscuthof the Home-Be room down the hallway, and statedthere bed beena paper
barrier prohibiting either staff or kids from going through thathallway. Reffel recalledbeingat that barrierand speaking with
another parentand thinking shecouldnOl crossthe bsrrier, Reffel also pointed outthesoutheast doorof the gym. andthe hallway
from which she bed traveled to the elevator which she used to go to thekitchen area. Uponenteringthekitchen, Reffelpointed
out the northeast freezer door and statedthat waswhere the propane tank had been. I opened the freezer, and she pointed out
the floor areaon the westwallwhere she bed seen the tank shebelieved to be a helium tank. She stated when she noticed it. she
had been with Dierkin, and specifically asked Dierkin if she needed to bringthis up later for the balloons. Reffel stated she
thought it odd as they weredonewithfilling the balloons at thistime. Shestated that Dierkintoldher they wouldnot needthat.
Reffel stated she was surethisconversation occurred after theybed comeback to theschool in theevening. Shesaidshebelieves
thisas there werecinnamon rolls whichwere already bakedandsitting out in the kitcben. Reffelrecalls commenting thatthey
smelled good and wandering if she gotoneof the <il1!Jllmoo rolls for her assistance for the evening. Reffel did notrecall whether
or not she ever noticed the tank or noticedit not beingthere later in the evening.

Reffel stated that both she and Dierkin smoke. She stated that on either Saturday, 04-17-99, or Friday. 04-16-99, during
preparation, she and Dierkin had been insideoneof theirvehicles smoking. Shestared they noticeda male walking towards the
fence around the baseball diamond. She stated sherecalled feeling safebecause they were inside of her van. Reffel stated it was

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rainy that night and was dark at the time she saw this person. Reffel was certain it was a male, but was uncertain of the
individual's race. She statedhe wasbetween5'10"and 6'00"and appeared stocky. Reffel stated he did howeverhavea coat on.
and she was not sure whetheror not he appeared stocky cine to the coator cine to his acmaJ size. Reffel describedhim as having
"a big hairdo." Reffel stated shedid not believe be bad anything 00 Iris head. Reffe! also stated that another parent by the name
of LindaHarrisbadalso been outside one night when she noticed people coming and looking to see if she had left yet and feeling
uncomfortable about it.

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Prom AprIIl""
After Prom Party Aprllla'l' 12:30 A.M. to 5:30 A.M.

We need an pareutl ofjunion lad selllon at the IaJIh lebool oa friday

April i6111 at 6:00 r.M. to aalold. decorate IUld ...emb1l. W.wtB 11110
Reod all parents' back apin OD Satorday momiDu to DDIsIa ap. WE
I' of all we WlIIllIO thllnk lboo parenlS who bavehelped put tbis eveDl tagel!ler.
WIlbout yoW' help and time we would. lll>t bo able 10 do Ibis for l:l\II' kida.

Last reminder 10 ill seniorparents to make !Illle youllaVe cent Ul. a pietllRof }'OW- SOlI or
daughterfor the SlllUor will\. (1lemember this pietllR may be tabm 1lollle after the prom
Illll'lY and Is not related to the pietllR dw is l'Iq\llSled by l:l\II' yar bookstaf!). If}'O\I do
not bav. one lubmitted pl_ do so by placilli the pietllR Ul. an lIIVe!ope and Wi to
offiee addressed to the ..Ak Prom PlIItY". Thank YOIl
We ate also requesting las; minute prius (gift e.erdlk-. 1lap.. keyehains. ticket to
events) that will be placK in a drawing tbroullmut the CVClll.inJ durinl theAk Prom
Party. Please holp III OIIt in this - . Thank YOIl

We also wllllt te thaIlli: tllose 'businesses dw have apjn CIllItributed cash _ itlIma for
tlUs yr.ltll Alter Prom pany. We hope thatall parenlll who do llIIllIld OIU' OPE.."" HOUSE
on SaNl1lay Iligllt tom 9:00 P.M. lD 11:00 P.M, take noteof l:l\II' 'IbaIIk youW1I1l.

AIIO, keep in mind tlw a1ler tbiI year we will be losill8 II. lot of OIU' CClIIIll'1.leUon team due
lD tho factlbar tb1rir ebildml are sen!OI1, Parenti of SeIliDl'$, Juniors,Sopbamores and
even Freshman _ CIlCourqed lD voll1llteer next year. Ills 1IJn. cxcitins wi II. rewlll'l!inll
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Marc Tim, dob/10-23-S:! Student at ColumbineH.5.
5926 South Jellison Street
Littleton, Colorado 80123

On Q4.21-99, at about 1225 hours, Investigator Brooks and I interviewed Muk Tim iU hisresidence. Tleri stated thaton Q4.20-
99, at about I LIS hours, he was in the lunch room of the school. He sat down to talk to friends two tables away from the
windows, He heard some sounds that appeared to be shots. An unidentified student ran in and said. "Sean got shot." Tieri
assumedthatthe shooting was occurring outside, and he went to the window to lookout. An unidentified teacher yelled, "Get
down." Theteacherthen ordered them to begincrawling out of the lunch room.

Tieri began crawlingout. He then heard shots comingfrom the lunchroom area. He got up and began to run to a stairway
He said he could hear shots being fired very close to him, coming from the lunch room area. Tieri said he did not lookback
for fear of being shot When he got to the top of the stairs, he tookthe hallway to the left. He stated he decided to take that
hallway, because he only saw oneother personin it The rest of thestudents seemed to he goingout as a herd in onedirection.

Tieri ran to theschool office where an unidentified maleshowed them a way out. They went through a hallway that leads to
the art room hallway,then out of the building. Tieri thenran to Clement Park,then to his residence. Tie'; stated that he did
not see anyone doing the shooting in the lunchroom. Hedidnotsee any weapons, and that hecould not identify the shooters.
He did say he thinks he may have seen two peopleoutside the building when he first stood up and lookedout the window.

Tieri Staled chat in the previous school week,he observed a ccnfrontation between two males in the an hallway. Tieri described
one as a toughjock namedBrandon (no description). Hestated Brandon was arguing with a guy that was wearing black, who
was smaller than Brandon. Tieristatedthesmallerstudent wearing black told Brandon thathe would, "Get hisgangafterhim:'
Brandon replied,"I'll just kill them all."

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On 5/13/99, Marc Tieri, DOB 10/23/83, 4901 South
Wadsworth, #20, Littleton, Colorado 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,
Susan Emmett, DOB 4/26/48, and step Father, William Emmett, DOB
3/31/47. He provided the following information.
On 4/20/99, Marc rode the school bus to Columbine High
School, and arrived at approxi~ately 7:20 a.m. He went down to
the commons/cafeteria area, and sat with friends until the 7:30
a.m. belL He was sitting with Robert Mosey, Lance Kirkland, and
stava Kernan. Thay eat at tabla XX. H,!,- dicin't notice any ciuffel
bags or packages that looked out of the ordinary to him. He than
want to his normal classes, his last class prior to lunch baing a
math class. He went to first period lunch, and was just going to
get a snack, When a student ran in the doors near the teachers
lounge, and yelled 'Sean got shot". He next noticed students
looking out the west windows. There was much confusion in the
lunch room, and he also tried to qet a look out of the windows.
He briefly saw two people drassed in black outside of the
windows, but other than being dreseed in black, could provide no
further description. A female teacher then ran in tha cafeteria,
and yelled for stucients to qet down on the floor. He got ciown,
somewhere on the west side of the cafeteria, under what he
believed to be table XX. He then began crawling along the west
windows. At this point, he could hear gun shots that souncied
like they were inside the cafeteria. He then crawled towards the
stairs near the trophy case, got about halfway there, and got up
and ran towards the stairs. As he crawled, he remembers crawling
over a larqe cylindrical duffel type bag, near the center middle
pillar. TO the best of his recollection, the bag was black in
co Lor , At the base of the stairs, he heard more gun shots, and
thought he was being shot at. He ran up the stairs, down the
math and science hallway, and then diverted to the area of the
front office. He entered the front office, and staff members
assisted he and several other students in exiting near the art
classrooms. When he was outside, he ran up Pierce to Bowles, and
then walked home.
Marc didn't know or recognize any of the Trench Coat
Mafia. He knew that some students wore black trench coats from

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tillle to tillie, ))ut nothing llIore. Prior to this incident, he
really didn't even know who the Trench Coat Mafia was. Last year
in 1998, he was at the house of Chris Marcum at a social
gathering. There was another stuc1ent that hung out with Marcum's
sister that wore a black trench coat. He ooulc1 not provide a
description of this individual.
Marc doesn't use the Internet, and doesn't have a screen
name or lCQ account.

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Jefferson County Sheriifs C.R.: 99-7625
FBI control number: 174A-DIV-S7419
SUBJECT: TOCCI, Lauren Nicole
DOEl: 12/17/83
7993 West Plymouth Place
Littleton, CO. 80123
(303) 972-7662
MOTHER: barbara Tocci
FATHER: Daniel Tocci
On May 10, 1999 ! was assigned an interview with Columbine High School
student Lauren Tocci who was possibly in the cafeteria during the
shootings. I spoke to Lauren's mother. Barbara Tocci, and made an
appointment for an interview on May 11th at noon.
At 1150 on May 11th I went to 7993 West Plymouth Place and contacted
Lauren and Barbara Tocci. Lauren advised that she is a ninth grader at
Columbine and that she was in the cafeteria when the shooting began.
Lauren related that she got to the cafeteria at about 11:10AM, and was
sitting at the table identified as "R". She said that she was sitting
with: Jenny Ribble
Chris Massias
Mike Gagna
Jessica Geurts
Joceyln Provo
Lauren said that she had been seated at the table for about ten
minutes when she heard what sounded like someone pounding on the windows,
Then a janitor came through the cafeteria with a radiO telling everyone to
get under the tables, and then a pipe bomb exploded in the parking lot to
the west of the cafeteria, She reported that she hid under the table for
about ten seconds when a kid who had been shot outside came in the west
door of the cafeteria. At this time a crowd of students started to run up
the stairs to the south hall and Lauren followed them, She stated that as
she was running up the stairs one or possibly two of the shooters were

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:oming in the west cafeteria doors. Lauren said that once at the top of
the stairs the crowd headed down the south main level hall to the east and
out of the doors near the math rooms. She advised that while they were
running dcwn the south hall the shooters were coming up the stairs from the
cafeteria shooting. She reports she heard eight to ten shots from behind
her. Lauren said that she did not see the shooters well enough to
recognize them.
Lauren said that she was toward the front of the crowd so she could
not see what was behind her. She also advised that she did not turn around
to look. Once outside of the school, Lauren said that she ran down the
hill to the east of the exit door and across S. Pierce Street into Leawood
Park where she stayed for a while. According to Lauren after the crowd had
been in the park for about three minutes there were more shots from the
direction of the school and the teachers that were with the crowd told the
students to back up some more. Lauren reported she was then directed to
Leawood Elementary School where she contacted her "parents.
Lauren said that she did not notice anything like a large duffel bag
in the cafeteria when she arrived, but she said that she was one of the
last students in the cafeteria as she had stopped at her locker before
going to the cafeteria. Lauren further advised that she did not see
anyone carry a duffel type bag into the cafeteria while she was there.
Lauren reported that she had been in science class prior to going to
the cafeteria. The class room is located on the main level toward the
south side of the school. Her locker is in the south main level hall near
the math class rooms. Lauren advised that she did not see anyone with a
gun while she was walking from her locker to the cafeteria.

Lauren advised that she had heard no rUmors about something happening
on April 20th before that day. She also said that she was not aware of
any rumors about bomb building. Lauren said that she had heard that the
school had received a bomb threat on Tuesday (4-20) morning but she could
provide no further information on what had happened.
Lauren said that she was not aquainted with either Eric Harris or
Dylan Klebold and she has had no contact with either person. She advised
that neither she nor any of her friends were associated or members of the
Trench Coat Mafia. She did adVise that a neighbor, Nate Dykeman, dressed
all in black. She further advised that Nate had once asked her out but she
turned him down. Lauren also advised that Nate had helped her get on
America On Line so she could do research for a school paper and he knew
alot about computers. She advised that she was not familiar with any
names that Harris, Klebold. or Dykeman had been using on the internet.
She advised that she heard that Harris had his own web page but she had
never checked it out. Lauren continued to say that Dykeman kept to
himself and did not socialize much. She also stated that if Dykeman was
playing kick ball with other neighborhood kids and he lost he would get
mad and go inside his house. Barbara Tocci said that any contact she had
with Dykeman, he was polite and courteous. Barbara said that she once
asked Dykeman why did he did not play basketball as he was very tall, and
he said that the coach would not pick him. She also advised that he told
her that he did not want to complete his senior year at Columbine but
wanted to finish school in Florida living with his father. Lauren

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reported that she had spoken to a friend, Gabe Montoya, and that Montoya
had told her he was once in Dykeman'S bedroom and noted that the walls were
covered with devil posters. Lauren advised that Dyke~~ often hung out
with a white male subject, possibly a senior, who always wore either a
black beret or baseball hat turned backwards. This subject was tall and
had blond hair. Lauren did not know if he wore glasses.
Lauren described the bag she left behind as a blue shoulder bag made
by "Protocol". She advised that the bag contained two binders, her
journal, calculator and note books.
Lauren could provide no additional information and the interview
ended at 1230.

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Prentice Avenue, Littleton, Colorado, was advised of the identity
of the interviewing AIiIent, and the nature and purpose of the
interview. He was interviewed in the presence of his Father,
Binq Tran. Be provided the followil\9 information.
On 4/~O/99, Joe Tran arrived at the Columbine 81qh
SChool at approximately 7:25 a.m. He went to his normal classes
that mornil\9. His last glass prior to his lunch period was
bioloqy class. After biology, he went straight to his lunch
period. Be arrived in the lunch room at approXimately 11110 a.m.
Be bouqht his lunch, and sat at table GG. Be didn't notice any
duffel baqs or packages out of the ordinary in the cafeteria. Be
was seated at table GG with the followinq individuala.
1. Daniel Yeaq~
2. Scott Streeb v
3. Josh Halder -v"
4. Zach Tholllpson'/
He beqan eating, and heard a cOlllmotion on the west half of the
cafeteria. He looked around and saw students peering over their
tables toward the west windows of the cafeteria. N~, he saw
Mr. Sanders run out frOlll the area of the teachers lounqe. Mr.
sanders was yellinq for everyone to qet down. Several janitors
were also yellinq the same. Be then got down under table GG
along with hia friends. As he was qettinq under the table, he
heard a gun shot. The entire room waa getting up and runninq
towards the stairs. He then did the same, and when he qot allll.ost
to the base of the steps, he realized that his friend SCott
streeb was still under the table in a state of shook. Joe ran
back, and helped Streab to the stairs, and went up. AS he ran up
the stairs, he heard 4-5 shots behind hia. At the top of the
stairs, Joe ran with lllany other students down the math/science
hallway, and out the school. He crossed Pierce, and went to
Leawood Park. He r!llllained at Leawood Park for approximately ~5
minutes, and then walked in the neiqbborhood, and used an
unidentified citizens telephone to call his Father.
At no time did Joe see anyone carrying any duffel or
larqe IJY1I1 type baqs on either Honday or Tuesday. Prior to this

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after the incident, and seein<;r photos of Xlebold and Harris, he
didn't rlllllelllber having' seen thlllll on either Konday or Tuesday.
Althouqh Joe had heard of the Trench coat Mafia (TCH), and seen
thlllll around school, he didn't know the names of the TCH, nor did
he have friends that associated with the TCH, since students
have returned to school at Col1llllbine, there are rumors and
speculation that there was a third shooter.
Joe uses the Internet on a regular basis. He has a
s=een nllllle of :KYo, and 2 ICQ accounts. The older of the two is
accountl 3709461, and the newer of the accounts is # 3071952.
Joe uses a chat roo. that involves video qames. The address is
www•que fan. COlli..

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On 6-17-99, I wasassigned lead#1484, to interview Brenden Trujillo, a Columbine HighSchoolstudenton 4-20-99. 'This lead
wasoriginally assigned to Investigator Mike Heylin, of the Jefferson County District Attorney'sOffice on 4-27·99.

On 6-24-99, at IS23 hours, I contacted the listedhomephone number forTrujillo, (303)979-{i614. At thisrimeJ spoke with a

iJlle whoidentified b.imself as Brenden Trujillo. I toldhim I was following up onthe written statement he badmade with Denver
PoliceDepartment on 4-20-99, andI toldhimI wouldliketo showhimsome diagrams "fColumbine HighSchool. Trujillo and
I set an appointment for 6-28·99 at 0900hours, at his residence.

On 6-28-99, at abouz 0910 hours, Ianived at Trujillo's residence. Alsopresent washis mother, Elaine Trujillo. I toldTrujillo
I wanted to talk about the incidenton 4-20-99. I asked him what his fourthperiodclasswas. He stated he had learning lab,
which is on tbe lower level of the school, and fromthere he wentstraight to thecafeteria, got his lunch and sat down. He Slated
this took him a little over five minutes from the rimethe bell rang at 1110hours. He statedafter he sat down,possibly five to
tell micures Ialer, he beard what he believed to be "muffled" gun fire. He stated some kids at an adjacent tableran to the window
at the edge of the cafeteria. He statedhe thenlookedout as well. I showed Trujillo a diagramof the Columbine HighSchool
cafeteria. Trujillo was unsure whichof two tables he was sittingat, but drew a circle around both of them. (See attached.)
Trujillo stated after be heardthe gunfire, and looking outside, he could seea male, possibly Lance Kirklinwith bloodon his leg,
crawling around on the ground. Trujillo stated he knows Kirklin. Trujillo indicated this was occurring at the bottom of the
outside stairway. I then showed Trujillo a diagramof Columbine HighSchool in the areaof the stairsoutsidethe cafeteria. I
asked Trujillo to mark an "X" in the area wherethe injuredmale wascrawling (possibly LanceKirklin), which he did. (See

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attached) Trujillo described a second male, nexl to the first, laying in a fetal position. laying facingup the hill. I asked Trujillo
to mark the diagram witha "0" in thai place, which he did Trujillo stated that up the hill from these two individuals he could
see a male in a black: trench COal. I asked him to label this maleon the diagram with a ''T''' which he did. I askedTrujillo to
describe this individual to me. He statedhe was IIOt sure how tall the personwas. I asked him how tall he was, and he Slated
he is 5"10". I asked him if this malewas taller or shorter than he was. He stated the individual was taller,skinny build, with
possibly blondcurly hair. TrujiUo couldnot describe !iuthefthe attire of the individual. I asked hini specifically aboutshoes,
pants, and head gear. Trujillocould not describe any of these items. He statedthe male was facingdown hill with a handgun
in oneof hishands. WIth his elbowbent and the gun near his ear. Trujillo was not sure if the gun was in the left or rig.ltt hand.
I asked Trujillo (fhe had any bagswithhim. He statedhe did not. He statedhe knowsthe trenchcoat was open, but couldnot
remember what colortheshirt was.

asked Trujillo whathappenednext. He statedhe ran, but initially he duckedunder the table as everyone else was, and then
decided to tun. Trujillothen drew on the cafeteria diagramwhichdirection he went. He stated he was not sureto which side.
of which table he went,but believes it was pretty much straight from the tableto the stairway, going to the upperlevelof the
school. I asked him if he noticed anything unusual in the cafeteria. He stated he did not. I asked him if there wereany unusual
bagsor back packs thathe couldrecall, He statedthere was not. [asked him howmuch time had passedfromhearing themuffled
gunshots and the time thathe ran out of the cafeteria. He stated aboutthirty seconds had gone by. I asked him if the fire aim
had goneoff yet,and he Slated it had not. I asked Trujillo who had been sitting at the table with him. He stated it wasDanRicks
and Mike Lavean, He stated he was not sure if there was anyone else,but possibly EricLarson was siltingthere. He statedEric
Larson normally sits there, but he's notactually sure ifhe had arrived yet. I then showed Trujilloanotherdiagram of the upper
leve! of theschool, at whichpointhe drew his route of rravel, which he did. (See artached.) Trujillo statedhe had comeup the
stairs. thenthrough the southhallway, into a science room. Trujillo statedthis was Ms. Moser's room. He stared Ms. Moser
locked the doors and turnedout the lights. Trujillo stated all thelrids (about 30) huddled near an interiorwall. He stated if
anyone looked through the doors on either side of this wall they would not be able to see the Individuals huddled on that wall.
Trujillo stated at one point he couldhear yelling, whichhe believed to be the gunmen. He stated he believed the malevoices
werehollering "police," but stated it was distorted and be truly was not surewhattheyweresaying. Trujillo stated the fire aim

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didnot go off untilsometime when he was in the science room. He saidat some point later the fire alarmceasedto go off and
another bell began ringing, Trujillo statedfor a whilethere was a period of silence,and he thoughtpossiblyit was over, or the
gunmen were holdinghostages. He stated at this pointbe had no ideathat the individuals involvedwere from theirschool, he
believed they were "terrorists or bank robbers". He statedthe silence lasted about an hour, and then he beard gun fire again.
He1llllted from the limehe arrivedin thescieaceroom, until the time the SWAT team took them Ollt of the building, was about
rour hOUIS. He stated he and the rest of the students were against the samewall the entire lime. Trujillo stated he heard one"big"
bomb after be got inro the scienceroom, which shook the floor. He statedbe hearda lot of gun fire as welL I asked him if the
gun fire all sounded the same. He stated it was in different patterns. He statedbe specifically remembers one"big" explosion,
but statedthere were other smaller explosions. He statedthe yellingbe heard, and he believed to be coming fromthegunmen,
sounded as if it was in the sciencearea or south main hall, He said it soundedclose, but not aemallyat their door.

askedTrujilloahout the gunman he saw outside. I asked if it was anyone he recognized. He said be did oot recognize him.
I asked him ifhe knew eitherDylanKlebold or EricHams. He stated he did not I asked him if theywereanyone he recognized
from seeing them in the hallway. He said be did not

I asked Trujillo lfbe had gone intothe cafeteria, anytime before I:bal. during the day. He stated duringfirst period he was in the
cafeteria. I asked him ifhe saw anything unusual at that time. He statedhe did not I asked him ifthere was anything unusual
aboutthe day, and he stated there was not. I asked him if he had seen the picturesof Harris and Klebold in the papers and on
T.V. He stated he bad. He stated based on the pictures he saw, the individual he saw with the gun, he believes to be Dylan

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On 05-05-99, at 1000hours,I responded 107385 West Walker Drive, where I contacted and interviewed witness SteveTrujillo.
Irujillotoldme mefollowing, On04-20-99, at about Ll lf hours, Trujillo saidhe arrived in 1he cafeteria areaof Columbine High
School andsaid he got something toeat,menwentto a tablein the food courtarea, SteveTrujillo saidhesat with KellyBurgess,
Amy Evans, Lee (unknownlastname)and others, (He did not remember their names, nor whereeach person was sittingat the
table.), SteveTrujillosaid he sat downabout ! 1:20 to 11:25 and then heard some girls (names unknown) ron up to a janitor in
the cafeteria and tell him thaI someone had been shot. Steve Trujillo said he thought the girls werejoking untilother students
ran to windows of the cafeteria to lookoutside. He saidsomeof thestudents alsoexitedme school through the cafeteria doors,
Steve Trujillo said the janitor toldeveryone in the cafeteria to get downon the floor and Steve Trujillo saidhe thenhearda large
"boom" noise. Steve Trujillosaid he tried to hide behind a cart, however, when he was unable to, He then ran with other
students down1he ballin an easterly direction to the foreign language department, where he hid wim 20 to 25 otherpeople, Steve
Trujillo saida short time laterhe ran outof the foreign language department and thenexitedthe school through thesouth doors,
He ran to a friend's house on the northwest comer of West Polkand SouthPierce,

SteveTrujillo said he did not see anyof the suspects duringthis incident. He alsotold me that he did not seea blueduffle bag,
nordid hesee a propane tank in thecafeteria, SteveTrujillo saidheknows suspect Harris andSUSpeCI Klebold, especially suspect
Harris,because they were on a soccerteamtogether, SteveTrujillo said that he played00 the sameSOccer teamas EricHarris

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forthree or fouryears,however, last year, suspect Hams did not play. SteveTmjillo said approximately two years ago.suspect
Kleboldjoined the team, however, he was not on the team verylongandendedup not playing. SteveTrujillo saidthe coach of
this team was a Joan Swenson. SteveTrujillo said be did not see anyevidence of any violenttendencies in either one of the
suspects andbe, in met. described suspect Harrisas "niceit seemed," He saidsuspect Klebold "waskindofa goofy guy." Steve
Trujillo said it also seemed like suspect Klebold Was a follower of suspect Harris. Wil1less Trujillo said he has not hadany
problems witheithersuspect, even though SteveTrujillo wasan athlete. He saidhe bas not seen the otherjocks picking on either
suspect KJebold or suspect Harris, however, he said he did hearthatsome of theJocks had "slammed them into the lockers"
before. Witness Trujillo said he did not associate witheithersuspect or any other Trench Coat Mafiastudents. When he saw
one afthe suspects in the hallway at Columbine HighSchool, he said he would say hello to them. Witness Trujillo saidthe
Trench Coat Mafia students are seen as "social outcasts" and said they associate with each other and pretty much stay to
themselves. W'l1less TrujillosaidChrisMorris used to weara trenchcoat all the time while attending Columbine High School.
He saidChris Morris usedto carry"a software book"with himevery where. He also said this was in 1997 when ChrisMorris
was in a class with him. Witness Trujillo said wbile they were this class together, Chris Morris did not talk about guns
specifically, but he did say to witness Trujilloiliathe knewhow to use medieval weapons. Witness Trujillosaid he does not
knowof anybody who makesor attempts to make explosive devices. nor does he know of anybody who carries a firearm.

Witness Trujillo said on 04-20-99, he was wearing a white undershirt with a grayvest over it, bluejeans and sandals. He said
he does not remember leaving anything in the cafeteria before he ranout. However, he is not sure. He did say hisbrother, Eric
Trujilloleft a blue "Arnercrombie" backpack with its contents inside of a mathclassroom.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Witness Trujillo toldme that he bowlsat Belleview Lanes. locatedat Federal Blvd. and
Belleview. He said studentsbowling need to be at the Belleview Lanes at 0615, and bowlingbeginsat 0630. He saidthere ate
18teams of howlersin this league with one of the teams having Dylan Klebold, Eric Harris,Chris Morris and NateDykeman
as its teammembers. Witness Trujillo said on 04-2lJ.99, be didnot seeany of the suspects bowling at Belleview Lanes. He said
it was not his team, however, that wasscheduled to bowl against the suspects team. Witness Trujillo saidhis schedule is to bowl
until0730, then he goes home, gets ready for schooland arrives at Columbine High Schoolbetween 0820 and 0825. H. said
he did not see either suspecton 04-2lJ.99, either at Belleview Lanes or at Columbine High School.

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courtarea. He said he believes that the shotscam. fromeitherthe cafeterie, or the upstairs part of the highschool. Hewid me
h. bas not been having any emotional type of problems since this incident. I gave him one of my business cards and told him
to call me if he wanted to talk to JCSO Vi<:tim Advocate in the future.

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Brittany Tyaee
7449 S. Kendall St,
Littleton, CO 80123
(303) 973-6987

Subject: Columbine High SchoolShooting,

On 5/11/99 I interviewed Brittany Tyaeke at her home 7449 S. Kendall St. Brittany
relatedthat she never saw any duffel bags in the cafeteria and she never saw anyone in
possessionof any duffel bags around the school. Brittany said that she entered the
cafeteria at approx, 11.l5AM and she stood neat table #L. Brittanyremembered that her
friends, KatiePlace, Stephanie Duffy and Joe Marcott, along with a girl by the firstname
of Kennywere all at table #L. Brittany said she heard gunshots and left through the west
side cafeteria exit doors. Brittany said she ran to hilly area near a fence next to Pierce
Blvd. She said a white male, 5-9 approx. 25yrs old withbrown or black hair, wearing a
blue plaid shirt and bluejeans, stated"Look at thet explosion, look at all the stuff flying.
Isn't that cool". Brittany's friend, DenayTaylor and Katie Placealso heard the guy make
the comments. Brittanysaid she left her black fold overbackpackoutside the cafeteria
area. Brittanysaid that she didn't observeanythingelse suspicious outside of the school.

Brittanyalso relatedthat she didn't know any of the TeM and she never spoke wilh any
of them. Brittany said she her friend, Jackie Bakersaid Sarah D was runningpast Jamie
Schafnerand she told Jamie to run and Jamie told her "Shut the flickup" and the
suspect's walkedrightpast her. Brittany also said "Someguy pulled her friend, Brittany
Gillete aside and told her there was going to be anothershooting".

Brittany didn't provideany furtherinformation aboutthe TeM or other suspects.

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1. Didyou em- _!be rwo large duffel bap in the cafelllria? N-.;
2. Didyou see anyone carrying or in !be possession of 1II0se duffelbap, at a pnovious time ? fVu

3. Didyou see Eric HaIris or Dylan K1ebokl either 00 Monday ofTuesday ? What werellley doing ?
What did !beysay? Were tllcywillt anyoneelse? Ml

4. Didyou leaveacythiJlg beblndin!be cafelllria oranywbere else in tllcschool? \3\.; Q,"o< pJl..:.'<',
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priorweek or weekeod ? Wo

7. Have you heardaoytbing from anybody else about other suspoe15. bomb making, gtIlI b1IyiDg. etc. ?

S. What were you wearing? Did you havea back pack ? Whatdid it looklib>and I or havein it ?
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known) ?

12. Howdid youexit the building? Where go when you got out and what did you seeon lhe
outside of lhe building?

13. Do youusethe !ntJlrnl:l? If so, wbal is your screenname? Do youha'" an ICQ (aka: I seek you I
sUniJar to • chat llne) ""count? NIJ
14. Do you know anybody witha "double pierced eyebrow"? "'"
15. Didyon see or bear anyunusual illII10111lCe1Ilenlll prior to the shootings? Do you know what the
"Thought of!be day was" overlhe RIIbel News NetwOrk (RNN)? No
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Littleton, CO.

05112199, 0830 hrs. Stefania Ulowski was interviewed by Detective S.C. Shott #72049
(DPD) at her home, 81123 W. Polk PI. Her mother, SandraUlowski, was present.

Ms. Ulowski stated that she attended school on the day of the incident; however, she was
not sitting in the cafeteria at the time when incident OCCUIted. She said that at 1110 hrs
she finished her fourth period class and walked over to the dollar golf cart to help her
friend sell food items. Ms. Ulowski said that the cart sells food items for $ 1.00 and it is
near the main entrance of the cafeteria and next to the Rebel Comer. Ms. Ulowski
identified the friends that were with her as Samantha Haviland. Katelyn Whitney and
Alan Barker. They were all at the cart for approximately live minutes when a janitor
came by and said that someone had just been shot. She said that she did not hear any
gunfire but realized that something was WTOng when students began running by in a
panic. Ms. Ulowski said that she and her friends ran to the nearby lower level auditorium
and hid there with other students. They then walked up to the upper level auditorium that
is connected by a walkway. She said that there were about fifteen other students hiding
in the area. While there, she heard what sounded like 5-8 gunshots. She and her friends
then decided to leave the auditorium and run down a hallway and out of a door near the
smoke pit. They then jumped the fence and ran to Clement Park.

Ms. Ulowski said that she had a backpack with her at the time and left it at the chair
where she was sitting by the food cart. She described her pack as being forest green in
color and it contained misc. books, papers and a calculator. She did not see anyone enter
the cafeteria with a duffel bag nor did she see one in or near the cafeteria. She does not
know Eric Harris or DYlan Klebold or any of the reM members. She said that she
recognized Harris only by sight and he always sat near the vending machines when he
was in the cafeteria. She did not see him on the day of the incident and she could not
recall if she saw him on the Monday before the incident.

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Date: May :12, 1999 CU. HwIIber: :174A-DNS74:l9
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Deputy I),A., Investigator: Lauck


Sarah Ungerland
8081 S. Kendall Blvd.
~ittleton. CO., 80:127

On May 12, 1999, this investigator met with Sarah Ungerland at

her residence. Present during the interview was her mother, Denise

Sarah stated that on the day of this incident, she had

completed completed her fourth hour class and arrived in the
cafeteria at approximately 11,15 a.m .. She advised that she sat down
at a table with her friends: Shannon Ryan, Casey Peregoy, Stephanie
Wujcikowski and Tasle Olson. She was shown a sketch of the cafeteria
and indicated an area in the Rebel Corner as where she had been .
The backpack list has her backpack at the table marked ·C." That
table is in the general area where Sarah thought she had been.

Sarah said that she went to the far west end of the food
counter, got her lunch and returned to her table. She stated that a
few minutes later, students began running and she heard one of them
say, • somebody' s got a gun." She said she saw Mr. Sanders in the
cafeteria and he was telling everyone to get down under the tables.
She said she also saw another teacher, Mr. Brookfield waving his
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students who were running from the cafeteria down the language hall
and she joined that group. Sha said they stayed in one of the rooms
for a few minutes and then heard a loud explosion followed by two
more very loud explosions. She advised that she ran out of the room
through a south" door and ran to Polk Bt . , where there was a
residence being used for seminary classes.

Sarah advised that she did not know Eric Harris nor did she
know Dylan Klebold. She advised that on the day of this incident,
she had been wearing jeands and a bright blue shirt.

Sarah t S brother Jonathan provided law enforcement with

information on May llth concerning a student who told him that he
had a bomb in his vehicle and offered to show it to him. His mother
advised that she did not know the outcome of that situation.

Investigation continues.

. vestigator Date

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1. Didyou eversee the twO large dufIi:I baas in the cafet:da 1 /\/0

2. Didyou see any~ r:m:t\tlg or in the ~c of !bOse duffi:l bags, aI a pn>vioas time 1 N v
3. Did you seeEric Harris or Dylan Klcbold eitllcr011Monday of Tuesday ? What"'"'" they dciDg? />1:::>
What did they say1 Wtn lboy witl1 acyoco else ?

4. Did you Iea.eanything bebilldin lbo cafeI=:ia OUtlyw!lore else in the selIool? (lool::., , .. t.OJCEfL

5. Who'iro'efe you wtthill lbo cafeI=:ia? Whtn """"' yoosilling? S {;; I!. I?./E/'OA- r-:
6. Didyou .... or lIIlk (0 anyof the T"",cl:l Coat Mafia IIlClIlbers 011 Mooday 1 Tuesday? How aboutlbo ~
priorwook or wooloIod 1

7. Have you hoard anythillg from 8I1yhody else about other suspoc1$, bomb maJdcg, g'tIC bu,mg, de.? NO
8. What-= you WlOOring? Did you have a ha<:k pn<:l< 1Whatdidillool:liI<o and I orlla•• in ir? {1( (10,\ t:

9. How didyouleave the <:afeteria or the buildillg? What wore the e'lOlltS that made you 1_ ? n \('Q~ r:
IO. What limo didyou otIlllI the cafe..t..a 1 Whtn did you come from (pt..or to the c:liollll'ial ? f I

I!. Have them matk whore they were ,illing. tbeir route ow: of the huilditlg and whom they wore with (if ......--
h1oWQ) 1

12. How didyoo .xlt thebuil4lng? Whore did you go wbon you gotoutandwhatdid you .... on tho a., ,h,,~ r:
outsiilo of the hui1dilIg? I
~ Do you 1ISO' the !nlemet? If so. whatis yourscreen tUlIll<? Do youIlave an ICQ(""" I s..k you I "/;;:,
similar tQ a chat line) aceoenr ?

6 Do yoo koow anybody with a "double pierced eyebrow" 1 rJ v

15. Didyou seeor boor:my lltlUSUalllllllOw,cell>e<ll. priorto the shootings? Do you koowwIlat the
"Thought of the day wu· overthe Rehel NewsNet:w<lrlt (RNN) ? rJ "

16. Can you provide any liIrlher infontllltjOll on the tllIll:llbets of til. TtoIlCh CoatMafia ?

17. Ask the PllrOllts ifthel::ids have told them anything olso 1 Dlff=t?

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On 05·2'7·99, at 1830 hours, I respondedto 3731 West RoseWalkCourt, to contact and interviewAngela Urquhart, who is a
studentat ColumbineHigh School. This interviewwas in reference to the shootingthat occurred at Columbine High School on
JC·001. 004665

Angela Urquhart was interviewed in the presence of her mother, Diana Urquhart. Angela told me that on 04-20-99, at 1110

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hours, shegotout ofber class,whichis an Introduction 1(>Windows class, and wentto the cafeteria, arriving at about 1112. She
saidshewaswithStephanie Larson at this time. Angela showed me on the diagram of the Columbine HighSchool cafeteria the
tableshe andStephanie Larson had selected. This tableis "BBS" on the diagram, and is just southof the cafeteria serving line.
It is also approximately in the middleof the cafeteria from east to west. Shedescribedher backpack as a blueJansport, with
netting on thefront and papers inside withhername 00 them. Aogela saidshe put this backpack on the ground nextto thetable
thatshehad selected and walkedup to the servingline to gether food. Shethen went back to the tablewhere sbe sat down and
she saidshe was facingin a northeasrerly direction, Aogela said thatStephanie Larsonwent to the bathroom, so Angela said
she gol up from her table and wentto table "cce" where she talked 10 a mend of'bers, Danielle Stover(unknown exactlast
name}. whowasseatedat that table facing in a northwesterly direction. Angela said she kneeled next CO Danielle to talk to her
Angela saidsuddenly three students ranfrom outside of thecafeteria on the westside,through the door, next10 thefaculty lounge
and intoto the cafeteria. She saidtheywereyelling at everybody in the cafeteria to gelunderthetables. Angela saidshedidnot
getunderher tablebecauseshe did not knowwhat was going on, but said she moved to the edge of her seat. Angela said two
to three teachers, one who was Mr. Sanders, ran through the cafeteria and toldthe students in thecafeteria to getdown and under
the tables, and alsotoldthe students to stayawayfrom the windows. Angela saidsome students gotup to runandweretoldagain
to gel down. Angela said by this time, Stephanie Larson had returned to the table, and when they saw the students running
through the cafeteria, inan easterly direction, theygotup andranalso. Shesaidtheyranto an areathatshedescribed asa storage
typeareaby a bathroom northof the stairway in the cafeteria thatleads to thesecond level of Columbine HighSchool. Angela
saidwhile she wasin the areaof the cafeteria, she heard "twobombs" detonate from an unknown location, She saidshe didnot
try to lookto see wherethe explosions came from or what hadoccurred and kept goingawayfrom the cafeteria area. Angela
saidshe stoodwith Stephanie Larson in the areadescribed until a teacher, Mr. Andres, Sr., got the auditorium doors openand
thenthey wentintotheauditorium. in the areaof the backstage. Sheestimated therewas a hundred to a hundred and fifty people
in theauditorium. Angelasaid after beingin the auditorium, foran unknown lengthof time, the students ran from the stage, up
the left side (while looking from the stage towardthe seats) through the audience sectionof the auditorium, then exitedthe
auditorium intothe main hallway. Angela said she heardgunshots that she described as sounding "muffled" possibly coming
from downstairs. She did notknow howmany gunshots she hadheard at thistime, however. Angela said the hall they went into
wasnearthe main entrance of the school andshe saidfrom thislocation she couldsee the windows in the offices were goneand
saidthey appeared to havebeen"blown out." Angela saidthestudents in thishall withher,backed up against the lockers, before

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they exitedColumbineHigh Schoolby runningout of the Counseling Officedoors. She said these doors are not the mainoffice
doors but are downa hallway from the lobby area, prior to the band areaof the school Angelasaid whenshe exitedthe school,
she ran into the teacher's parking lot, then ran to a fence with other students. where they crawled over the fence and ran into
Clement Park. Once in Clement Park, Angelasaid Stephanie Larson and she went toward the public library on West Bowles,
wherethey met with friends Kim Foxand a friend named Hillary. Angelasaid they then went to Hillary's house where Angela
was able to contact her aunt

I showed Angela Urquhartthe photographs of the dufflebag and the propane tankthat were later recovered in the cafeteriaof
Columbine High School. She said she did not see eitheritem priorto or duringthis incident. She said she did not notice anyone
carryingitemssuch as these, prior t~ or duringthe incident either. Angelasaid she does not knowof anyone.nor has she heard
rumors of anyone. who may he manufacturing explosive devices and/or possessing firearms.

Angel. Urquhart said that prior to this incidentshe did not know who Dylan Kleboldand Eric Harris were, and, in fact.did not
know these names, She said she did not know anything aboutthe Trench Coat Mafia prior to this incidenteither. Angelasaid
she has seen a group of students,most. but not all, wearing trench coats, gather under the stairway or in the hall near the stairs
of the cafeteria. Sbe estimated she bas seen len studentsin this groupand said she had seen females in this groupalso. Angela
said one of the male students in this group,on a regular basiswore a skirt. She did know his name,however. Shesaid another
male in this group was seen with his fingernails painted black. Angela said it was her understanding some of the females
associated withthis groupwere into witchcraft. Angelasaid shedid not see any students in this groupat Columbine HighSchool
on 04-20-99.

Angela Urquhart said on 04·20-99, she saw the "Thought of the Day" on the Rehel News Network (RNN). She said it read
"Today is not a good day to be here," but did not takethis as a threatand said she did not pay much attention to this message.
She told me that a student by the nameof John Fleming was a producer of the daily quote "Thought of the day," she believed
and may have been involved in the thought of day for 04-20-99. Shesaid Fleming may have been in the videoproductions class
with Dylan Klelbold and/or Eric Harris, but she did not know for sure.
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I asked Angela whatshe hadheardaboutthe events of 04-20-99 and shetoldmesomeof thethingsthatshe has heard, Shesaid
two ofher acquaintances, AliciaEncinias and Emily Killingsworth, toldher thatduringthe shooting, theyheardDylan Klebold
and EricHarris talkingto each other andtheysaidoneof thesuspects said something to the effectof "Joe, I gotthreeof them,"
to the othersuspect. Angela said these two witnesses mayhave beeninterviewed by lawenforcement. Angela saidshebelieves
there mayhave been more than two shooters involved on 04-20-99. Angela saidthat another mend ofhers, Latisha Richards,
heardan unknown female say that she wouldhave datedDylan Klebold or Eric Harris "in a minute," and 0.1.0 said thai: if she
would have been present at Columbine HighSchool on04-20-99, she would havefinished thejob. It is unknown whothisfemale
is and it is unknown at this time if Latisha Richards has been interviewed by taw enforcement

Angela Urquhart said that she hadRobyn Anderson in herthirdhouraccounting class at Columbine HighSchool. Angela said
RobynAnderson and Robyn's boyfriend at that time, Pat McDuffy, sat behind her in this class, Apparently, Robyn Anderson
and PatMcDuffy brokeup and Angela said shecouldhearthem arguing. She saidRobynAnderson wouldbecome very angry
....ith PatMcDuffy duringthesearguments. Angela saidshewould alsohearRobyn Anderson and PatMcDuffy talkto eachother
at times in German, Angelasaid she did not hearany conversations aboutNazism, Hitler,etc.. nor did she see any tattoos or
clothing insignias that may possibly indicate such beliefs by Robyn Anderson and/or Pat McDUffy,

Angela Urquhart said on Monday, 04-19-99, whilein thisaccounting class, shecould hear RobynAnderson talking about how
she hadgoneto the prom the pest weekend with DylanKlebold. Angela did not bear what Robyn Anderson saidaboutgoing
to theprom with Dylan Klebold or anyspecifics otherthan Robyn and Dylan hadgonetogether. Angela saidonTuesday, 04-20-
99, the dayof the shooting, RobynAnderson was not present in tlris accounting class and wasabsent,

Angela Urquhart said whileattending Chatfield High School on Wednesday, 05-19-99, she sawBrooks Brown with an unknown
female in the hallway, Angela said although that she has nn specifics of the conversations from the students, she has heardat
various times, aboutBrooksBrown beinginvolved with Dylan Klebold and EricHartis. She believes, as doesa large number
of students atColumbine HighSchool that~as fully involved with Dylan Klebold and EricHartis in thisincident.

ADDmONAL INFORMAnON: Angela Urquhart and hermother, DianaUrquhart told me that although Angela is doing

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fairly well copingwith this incident, she saidperiodically Angelabas nightmares about the incident I gaveboth Angela and
Diana Urqubart my business card andasked themto call me if they wanted to to a J.C.S.O. Victim Advocate in the future.
and that [ wouldmake the necessary arrangements forthem. Angela alsosaid that if she thinks of anything furtherin reference
to whatshe knows aboutthis incident, or if she hearsanything that may be important to this case, she will call me.

DISPOSITION: Remains open, pending further investigation.

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1, VACCA, TIMOTHY, OOB: 09·22·82

9413 West Trail Circle, Littleton, CO 80123, 303·933·3013
Father: Vacca, Greg, 9413 West Trail Circle, Littleton, CO 80123,303·933·3013, work 303·964·1111
Mother: Vacca, Brenda, 9413 WestTrail Circle, Littleton, CO 80123,303·933·3013

On 04-29-99, at 1550 hoursI interviewed Timothy Vacca inthe presence of hisfatherat his home Timothy
stated he drovehimselfto schoolthe morning of 04-20·99 and parked in Clement Park, He arrived between 0705
and 0710 hours, He stated he saw nothing unusual outside the school or inside the school between classes,
Timothy did not know HARRIS or KLEBOLD, not even by sight He also did not know anyone in their
group, the 'trench coat mafia', He stated he could tell who was in the group by the way they dressed and he
described it as dark, gothic style clothing,
He stated he came into the cafeteria from the stairsarriving at approximately 1105 hours, He stated he
was early and the cafeteria was just beginning to fiU up, He stated he did not see anything unusual in the
cafeteria, slatingthat it's verytypicalfor students to leave theirbackpacks neara table andgo get inlina Timothy
stated he left his backpack which he indicated on the attached diagram Timothy circled table "HH" as the one
he sal at withhis friends whichhe listed on the diagram, He also showed whereeachonewas sittingat the table,

Timothy stated it was approximately 1125 hourswhenthe commotion began, He stated what caught his
attention was a group of four kicls ran east through the cafeteria, He then saw Mr, Sanders run east through the

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cafeteria yelling for everyone to get down. He said kids started to get downon thefloor starting from the westside
of the cafeteria and everyone got downas it appeared like a wave spreading across the cafeteria He then heard
some pops and thoughtthat it was a senior prank. He then saw smoke in the parking lot out the west windows
of the cafeteria. He stated kids started to scream and he and others at the table decided to run
Timothy stated he heard gunfire as he ran up the stairs. He turned left or east at the top of the stairs and
ran down the han out the south east comerof the building TimOthy stated that the fire alarm went off lUSt as he
was going out the door. He ran across the street to the park on the east side of Pierce Street He stated he
continued to hear gunfire and bombs going off. Timothy stated he did not see the shooter Timothy added that
he did have a backpack however, he took this with him when he left the cafeteria.
Timothy was wearing Khaki shorts. a gray athletic T-shirt under a green and blue plaid shirt
Timothy addedthat some kids in the "trench coatmafia"groupgatheroutside of the cafeteria. He staled
he described this area as immediately left as you come downthe stairs into the cafeteria. He said he sees this
Jroup of people usually In between the first and second period of classes. He cannotremember If he saw them
that day.

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Nathan Vanderau, Date of Birth, December 9, 1981, 8031

South Lamar Street, Littleton, Colorado 80128, telephone number
(303)971-0536, was interviewed in the presence of and at the
residence of Arthur and Becky Stienberger, 8972 West Ida Place,
Littleton, Colorado 80123. After being advised of the identity
of the interviewing Agents, and the nature of the interview,
Vanderau furnished the following information:
Vanderau is a Junior at Columbine High School. His
lunch hour starts at 11:15 a.m. on April 20, 1999, during his
lunch hour he was seated at a table along the west windows of the
cafeteria. The table was approximately thirty to thirty-five
feet from the northwest dOor and there were a couple of tables
between his table and the door. Vanderau was half done eating
his lunch when the windows of a car outside exploded in the
Senior Lot. Eve~one in the cafeteria stood up to look out the
windows. Vanderau saw two individuals outside of the school.
One individual he saw only from the waist up was dressed in a
White shirt and blue jeans. This person was throwing something
in a side arm motion up towards the school roof. Vanderau saw
him throw one or two items. The second individual Vanderau got a
glimpse of was dressed in black and was taller than the other
person. Vanderau did not recall any describers for the two
individuals other than they were white males. A teacher came in
the door by vanderau's table and told eve~body to get down and
get upstairs. This teacher was Mr. Sanders and he was holding
his arm and may have been shot.
Vanderau began crawling on his stomach towards the
stairs on the opposite side of the cafeteria. He got behind a
pillar when he heard three gunshots that sounded like a muffled
.38 special. Vanderau saw a glimpse of a gunman come through the
door that Mr. Sanders used to enter the cafeteria. Based on the
gunman's clothing and a quick glimpse of his face, Vanderau
believes the gunman was Dylan Klebold. Vanderau had seen Klebold
walking around the school dressed in a trench coat. Vanderau
knew Klebold was in a group of students that went to prom
together. Vanderau's friend, Jessica Hughs, was part of that

Investigation on 4/23/99

file' '1-DN-57'!l9 Jeffeo #99-762$ 4/28/99

SA Jeffery C. Diehl;
by SA John M. Elvig/map Control Number #DN32
This: uoccrnem conulns neither recommendations not cancluslons crtne FB! It is the. property of the FBI and il1oan-ed t-O YOUt agency:
it and its ccntcnu art 110( to be clls!6buleJ outside- your agency

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After hesitating at the pillar he continued to the

stairs leading to the second floor. As he was going up the
stairs he looked up and over his shoulder to the second floor.
He saw a fire burst from the balcony area that overloOKs the
stairs by the library. The girl next to him fell, but he
believes she was able to get back up. Vanderau could not see any
individual or gu."l that may have caused the fire burst. At the
top of the stairs he turned left and entered the auditorium.
In the auditorium, Vanderau heard several gunshots
coming from an area that would have been behind the back stage of
the aUditorium. He proceeded out the set of doors on the far
side of the auditorium, turned right and headed to the front door
of the sohool. As he was running down the hall he ran into a
friend named Charlie LNU who is also a Junior at Columbine High
School. As Charlie LNU reached for the door at the front of tha
school the glass shattered. Vanderau doesn't know if the glass
was shot out or what caused the shattering. Vanderau then ran
through the teacher's lot towards Clement Park and the Pavilion.
At the Pavilion he saw Kenny Rupt a friend of his brother. Mr.
Kiki Leyba, an English teacher at Columbine High School, was in
his car and told the boys to keep on running. Vanderau kept on
running and at the intersection of Pierce and the street that
Leawood Elementary is on, he ran into Gary Morris. They then saw
Bill Graaber's cousin. Vanderau does not recall the name of the
female cousin. The cousin and her friend, possibly named
Kristen, drove Vanderau and Morris to Morris' parent's house.
Vanderau then called his parents and shortly after that Morris'
father came home.
Justin Wilson, telephone number (303)730-1956 is a
freshman at Columbine High School. Wilson had been collecting
attendance and told Vanderau he saw someone run from the front
door area toward the back of the school as the fire alarm was
going off. Bill Greaber also a student at Columbine High School
was in the Tech Lab near a window and saw a guy run from the
front door or upper commons area towards the back of the school
as the fire alarm was going off. Vanderau believes the fire
alarm doors shut and lock as the alarms go off. The doors are
made of steel.

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Nathan Vanderau 3

Vanderau's backpack is a blu'e REI day pack which had

been set under the chair of his table in the cafeteria. Vanderau
lost his OVA baseball hat during his escape. Vanderau was seated
in the cafeteria at a teble with Chris LNU, a male freshman,
Patrick LNU, a male freshman or sophomore, Jamie Amo, a female
freshman and a male freshman nicknamed Tubby. Vanderau's locker
is number 1645 and is located in the gym hallway.
Vanderau's brother Phil Vanderau is a freshman at
Columbine High School. His brother was in the auditorium taking
guitar lessons prior to the shootings. His brother had left
through the back entrance of the auditorium to get a drink of
water, when he heard several gunshots. He ran back into the
auditorium and told everyone that someone was shooting a gun. At
that moment his brother told him, the fire alarm went off. His
brother ran out of the building and was running up the hill
towards the ball fields. A gun shot apparently went by his leg
as he was running up the hill. His brother then went to the
maintenance shed for the fields and the maintenance guy pulled
them into the shed for safety. From inside the shed they called
the police and a SWAT team eventually got them out of the shed.
Attachment A is a copy of the school diagram which has
been marked to where he sat in the cafeteria and where he saw the
fire burst as he ran up the stairs. Attachment B is a statement
Vanderau wrote on Wednesday night, April 21, 1999, concerning the
shootings at Columbine High School.

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JEFFCO CASE #99-7625

8031 S. Lamar St.
Littleton, CO. 80128

05/19/99, 0930 hrs. Nathan Vanderau was interviewed at his home by Detective S.C.
Shott #72049 (DPD). This was a follow up interview; his first interview was on

Nathan SUIted that he attended his 4lb period trigonometry class that gOI out at 1110 hrs,
He walked directly to the cafeteria where he met his friends for lunch. He identified the
peoplesitting at the table with him as Chris Markim. Jamie Amo, Christian Cardwell and
Denette Mussleman, Nathan pointed to table 5S on the seating chart as to where they
were sitting at on the day of the incident Nathan stated that he was unaware that there
was something going on until a student yelled out that there was a fight outside.
Everyone stood up and looked outside and at that time. he observeda gray colored Honda
in the parking lot with its windows broken out. Nathan said that moments later, Mr.
Sanders J:lIl1 by holding his arm or shoulder and was telling everyone to get down under
the tables. Everyone ducked under the tables and at that time several gunshots were
heard. Nathan said that he started to crawl to the main entrance of the cafeteria and
stopped at one point to hide by a pillarneat table EE. While doing so, he observedDylan
Klebold walk into the cafeteria through the door neat the teachers lounge and vending
machines. He was the only personstanding up and he was walking around like he was in
charge. He did not see a gun or any other type of weapon; however. he believed that
Dylan was involvedin some wayby the way he was walking around. Nathan said that he
could not recall how Dylan was dressed.

Nathan said that he bolted out the main cafeteria door with other students and ran to the
lowerlevel part of the auditorium and hid. He thenheard gunshots that sounded like they
were coming from behind the stage so he ran from the auditorium past the gym then J:lIl1
out of the northwestdoor. He continued running until he got to ClementPark.

Nathan said that he does not know Eric Harris personally but knows him by sight and
knew that he belonged to the Trench Coat Mafia. He said that he personally knows
Dylan Klebold and has known him for sometime. They once belonged in the same
church youth group. Nathan said that he usually kept away from the TCM types because
they were weird and they made him nervous. He did not see either Eric or Dylan on the
day before or on the day of the incidentwith the exceptionof Dylan when he walked into
the cafeteriaat the start of the incident.

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where he was sitting. He said that he did not see a black duffel bag in the cafeteria nor
did he see anyone bring one in. Nathan did say that he talked with his friends later and
they told him that they saw a black duffel bag sitting on the floor near tsble YY on the
previous Friday. They pushed the bag to the side and didn't think anything of it. Narhan
identified the two friends who saw the duffel bag as Sara Slater and Sam Granillo.
Nathan said that he did see the thought of the day on the RNN and he recalled that it said,
"Youdon't want 10 be here".

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Investigator. Glenn Moore - GoldenPoliceDepartment 1 (303)384-8080

RE: CONTROL # 3744l

SOURCE: JllliOl1 Duff
LEAD: Re·interview Nathan Vanderau about bis having beenIllIkillg about". bomb in • ttlUIh can"on

V ANDERAU, NathanJames (OOB:120981)
8031 S. Lamar Street
Littleton, CO 80128

05-24-99 13:OOpm

Afterreviewing two related interviews of Nathan Vanderau completed by

Investigators Steve Sholl (lead DN#311l) and JohnEIvig (lead DN#32) I determined the
information regarding his havingtalked about a bomb in a trash can had not yet been
addressed. I then telephoned VANDERAU and discussed the reported information.

VANDERAU appealedsurprised whenaskedabout his havingmentioned a "bomb

in a trash can on April 19th." I brieflyspoke with him about the reportand
VANDERAU continued to deny anykouwledge of this, as well as was adamant that he
had nevermentioned anything that mighthavebeenconstrued as such.

I then spokewith Investigator Gee, whom had originated this lead. Shesaid she
recalled Jason DUFF had told her he had only heard this third handas a "rumor." He
could not recall from whomhe had heardthis.

Due to the information not matching the general information kouwn aboutthe
incident, and that the lead wasbased on an apparent unsubstantiated rumor, the lead was
not investigated further. VANDERAU's denial of anyrelated knowledge was accepted
as truthful.

** NO new leads were generated.

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JEFFCO CASE #99-7625
5950 W. Coal Mine Rd.
Littleton. CO.

05113199. 1000 hrs, Laura Vander Hamm was interviewed by Detective S.C. Shott
#72049 (UPD) at the home at 5950 W. Coal Mine Rd. Her mother. Judith Vander Hamm
was present and sat in during the interview.

Ms. Vander Hamm stated that she had completed her 4th period choir class at 1110. brs
and walked to the ~eteria with frie~. who she identified as Anne Marie Patralca(Sara
Kane, Sara Holton, Cbristina Rower and another girl she did not know by name. Using
the seating chart on the diagram, she pointed out table LL as the place she and her friends
were sitting prior to the incident. 5-10 minutes later, she saw several boys ron into the
cafeteria from outside and at the same time she heard one of the teachers yell for
everyone to duck under the tables. A janitor was walked by and made sure that everyone
was down. While under the table, she heard what sounded like gunshots. an explosion
and people screaming. Everyone started running towards her table then out the door.
Ms. Vander Hamm said that she and her friends followed suit and ran from the cafeteria
by jumping over a rail that was under the stairway. They then ran up the stairs with other
students, passed the library then down a hallway that led to an exit on the opposite end of
the school. She said that while running down the hallway she heard several gunshots
coming from behind her. She said that once outside, a teacher instructed them to keep
going and leave the school grounds. She and her friends jumped a fence. ran across
Pierce St. then stopped when they got to Leawood Park.

Ms. Vander Hamm said that she did not see anyone shooting a gun or see any of the
students who were wounded. She did not see a duffel bag in the cafeteria prior to the
shooting nor did she see anyone carry one in. She does not know Eric Harris or Dylan
Klebold personally but she knew them by sight only. She did not see either of them on
the day of incident or the day before.

Ms. Vander Hamm said that when she fled the cafeteria, sbe left her backpack on the
floor next to the chair where she was sitting. She described her pack as an Eddie Bauer
tan in color with leather straps. The pack contained misc. schoolbooks and papers.

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Patrick Robert Vassar, DOB 08/16/1983, 7542 South

Saulsbury Court, Littleton, Colorado, telephone {303}933-9341, a
freshman at Columbine High School, was interviewed at his home in
the presence of his parents, Bob and carla Vassar, by Special
Agent {SA} Ricky V. W:right regarding the incident that took place
on 04/20/1999 at Columbine High School. After being advised as
to the identity of the interviewing agent and the nature of the
interview, Vassar provided the follOWing information:
At 11,10 am, Vassar got out of his fourth period
science class taught by Ms. Mosier and proceeded from the science
department directly to the cafete:ria. Once in the cafeteria,
Vassar went directly to the lunch line and got his lunch. Vassar
then sat down at a cafeteria table (marked FF on the diagram
sketch}. Other students seated at the same table were Kyle
Hayes, Alex Schlosse, Zach Cobb, Tim Miller, Chris Donnelly,
Austin Stechler, and Jeff Morroni. Vassar was seated at the
table facing west. Kyle Hayes was seated next to Vassar, but
Vassar cannot recall whether Hayes was seated on his left or
right side.
At approximately 11,15 am, immediately after Vassar sat
down with his lunch, he saw four or five individuals in black
walking away from the school. Everyone in the group was wearing
trenchcoats, except one, who was wearing camouflage pants. When
Vassar saw the group, they were 200-300 feet away from the
building. They appeared to have come out of the main entrance on
the west side of the school. The group was walking abreast on a
path that leads away from that entrance. Vassar could not
describe them further and did not recognize any of them.
At approximately 11:20 am, Mr. Sanders ran in from the
cafeteria from the exit by the teachers lounge and told everyone
to get down. Almost everyone in the cafeteria got down, but some
ran to the windows to see what was going on, After about three
minutes under the tables, Vassar looked up and saw a bomb go off
in the parking lot about 100 feet away from the building to the
west of the cafeteria. Vassar did not know where the bomb came
from. No one seemed to be around the explosion. Someone was
driVing near the explosion in the parking lot in a blue pickup
truck with a black shell. The truck was driven by a male who

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Jeffco #99-7625;
Fu" 174A-DN- 57419 i Control 1!1563 1l. ..."""1lod 05/03/1999
by SA Ricky V. WrightQ.1ll
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This :iocumenl comail\! neither reccmmessncons nor corclusices cf me FBt It is ~ prepttry or tht FBI and is k'lanerll'.l'l youragency:
W' not to be cistribu:tt:d outside :OU~ age~y
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174A-DN-57419; Jeffco #99-7625; Control #1563

Patrick Robert Vassar 2

stopped the vehicle and slid over to the passenger side and took.
off in the opposite direction of the explosion. The blue truck
stopped approximately 20 feet from where the explosion went off.
After the bomb went off, Vassar heard five to ten
gunshots coming from outside the cafeteria and another loud bang,
which sounded like an explosion. Everyone then got up and
started running. Most ran up the stairs to the main level.
Vassar also' ran up the stairs and then east down the main hall
past the science and math departments. Vassar was at the back of
the cafeteria pack and observed someone laying at the base of the
window near the top of the stairs. As Vassar was running down
the hall, he looked back and saw a person with a gun standing
near the top of the stairs in a cloud of smoke. The gunman was
holding the gun extended with one hand. The gunman was wearing
all black and appeared to have shoulder length hair. Vassar does
not think he was wearing a mask.. The gunman shot 10-20 times at
the fleeing cafeteria students. A male student next to Vassar
went down and was yelling for help, but Vassar does not think
anyone helped him up. Vassar ran to the end of the hall and
exited the school. Vassar then ran across Pierce street to
Leawood Park.
Vassar was not in the cafeteria earlier in the day.
Vassar did not notice any large duffle bags sitting on the floor
while at lunch. Vassar did not know Eric Harris, Dylan Klebold,
or any other members of the Trenchcoat Mafia, During lunch,
members of the Trenchcoat Mafia often sit on the floor in the
cafeteria near the bottom of the stairs. Vassar does not recall
seeing any of them in the cafeteria on the day of the sheoting.
Vassar does not have an Intexnet screen name, The day
of the shooting, Vassar was wearing a gray t-shirt and tan pants.

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FBI 174A.DN·57419
)CSO 99·7625
Detective: Marl:: Allen - Denver Police Department / (303) 640-1183

RE: CONTROL 113113

Phillip WllIDJleT
5408 Garrison St.
Littleton, CO 80123
(303) 933-4393

Subject: Columbine High School Shooting,

On 5/12199 I interviewed Phillip WllIDJlet' at bis residence. Phillip related that he entered
the cafeteria area at 11.15AM and he sat at table DDor 55 with Tun Mulchy, Eric
Sunday, JohnFriel:, Bo Lockwood, JesseGonzalez and Shawn and Jamie withunknown
lastnames. Phillip said he camefrom his mathclass. Phillip said he didn't see the duffel
bags or anyone carrying the hags in or around the cafeteria area. Phillipsaid he left his
backpack at the table where he wassitting. Phillip said he heardsomeone yelling get
down andhe thought it wasjust a fight Phillip said he heard 4-5 gun shots coming from
the second floor but he didn't see the shooters or anyone getting shot. Phillip said he ran
up the stairs and down a hallway and the out an exitdoor. Phillip said he didn't seeany
TCM members or associates in the cafeteria areaor outside of theschool priorto and
after the incident. Phillip said he never associated withthe TCM and he hasn't heard any
rumors about whathappened otherthan his friend, EricSunday saying that he saw a
gunmen coming into the cafeteria areaand that he saw them upstairs.

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