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Brittany Weeden, DOB OS/28/J.984, 5628 West Alder Way,
Littleton, Colorado, telephone (303)979-1269, a student at
Columbine High School, was interviewed at her home in the
presence of her mother, Kay Weeden, by Special Agent{SA) Ricky V.
Wright regarding the incident that took place on 04/20/J.999 at
Columbine High School. After being advised as to the identity of
the interviewing agent and the nature of tbe interview, Weeden
provided the following information:
On the day of the shooting, Weeden was in the cafeteria
during all of fourth period and during lunch, beginning at
approximately 10:20 am. Weeden was sitting at the cafeteria
table marked L on the diagram sketch during fourth period and
lunch. weeden estimates that there were 50 students in the
cafeteria during fourth period. Weeden recalls that Stephanie
Martin waa aitting with her fourth period, but did not atay for
lunch. Chris Lucas and Katie Place were also in the cafeteria
fourth period, but were sitting by the stairs. Candyce Therrien,
Brittany Tyacke, Katie Place, Sarah Gillings, Stephanie Duffy,
Chris Lucas, Mary Campbell, Kenny Last Name Unknown(LNU) and
Jennifer Camacho were sitting at or near table L with Weeden
during lunch. Weeden was sitting facing southeast. Jennifer
Camacho was sitting to Weeden's left and Mary Campbell was
sitting to Weeden's right.
Weeden first noticed that something was wrong, when
students started getting under the tables. Weeden looked out the
west cafeteria windows and briefly saw one person in a black
trenchcoat going up the stairs just northwest of the cafeteria.
The individual had a rifle in his left hand and it was pointed at
the ground. Weeden thinks the individual was wearing a hat or
cap. Weeden could not see his pants. weeden only saw the
individual from behind and could not describe him further.
Weeden then got down under her table and did not see anything
else that was going on outside the cafeteria. Weeden could hear
shots outside and most of the students in the cafeteria started
running. Weeden stayed under her table and could see that some
of the students that ran up the stairs were turning around and
trying to come back down to the cafeteria. Weeden thought that
there was shooting going on upstairs as well. Most of the
students that came back down the stairs, then ran out the student

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File' 174A-DN-57419; Control #3J.33 o....i<:tl"" OS/28!1999
by SA Ricky V. wright~ JC..o01· 004701
This document «)l'Icains neitfier re<:ommendatiom nor'onch.niol'lS of the FBI It is the property of the :F'B1 and i} loaned to your agene)':
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174A-DN-57419; Jeffco #99-7625; Control #3133

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entrance by Rebel Corner. Weeden, Mary Campbell, and Kenny LNU,


were the only ones from Weeden's table that stayed in the
cafeteria. Weeden thinks that there were at least five other
students that stayed in the cafeteria as well.
While Weeden was under the table, some of the janitors
were running around and trying to go up the stairs but someone
was shooting at them from the top of the stairs. Weeden recalls
that someone threw something down the stairs that exploded and
caused a light to break. After a while, two gunmen came down the
stairs. One of the gunmen was wearing a white shirt, blue pants,
and a vest, which held SOme of his gear. He also was carrying a
rifle. The other gunman was wearing a black trenchcoat, black
baseball cap, and had a smaller pistol-like gun. Weeden thinks
the one in the black trenchcoat was the same gunman she saw on
the stairs outside the cafeteria. Weeden could not describe the
gunmen or their weapons any further. When they came down the
stairs, the one in the White sbirt stayed on the stairs while the
one in the black trenchcoat walked to the northeast corner of the
cafeteria and started shooting at the tables and chairs in the
middle of the cafeteria. Weeden heard the gunman on the stairs
tell the gunman in the black trenchooat to shoot from the
northeast corner of the cafeteria and then told him to come back
and shoot from the southea.st corner. After the gunman in the
black trenchcoat finished shooting, the gunman in the white shirt
came down from the stairs, stood in the middle of the east end of
the cafeteria, and started shooting at the middle of the
cafeteria as well. Weeden. does not know how many shots they
fired. About this time a large fire suddenly erupted in the
middle of the cafeteria near the west pillar. Weeden does not
know where the fire Came from or what cause the fire. Weeden
does not recall the fire being accompanied with any explosion.
When the fire started, all of the remaining students in
the cafeteria suddenly jumped up and ran out the south doors of
the cafeteria. Weeden was the last one out and heard one of the
gunmen yell as she was going out the door. Weeden paused and
looked back. She saw the gunman in the black trenchcoat
standing in the southeast corner of the cafeteria, but could not
see the other gunman. She heard one of them yell again and she
turned and ran out of the cafeteria. Weeden does not know what
was yelled and does not know if they were yelling at her or if
they were lOOking at her. Weeden and the other students ran out

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to the senior parking lot,


get down bElhind the cars.
the soccer field.
Weeden does not remember seeing any large duffle bags
in the cafeteria or anyone carrying any large duffle hags during
fourth period or during lunch. Weeden does not recall seeing
anyone wearing a trenchcoat in the cafeteria during fourth period
or during lunch. Weeden was not in the cafeteria at any other
time that day. Weeden did not know Eric Harris, Dylan !Uehold,
or any of their associates. Weeden does not have an Internet
screen name.
On the day of the shooting, Weeden was wearing a white
sleeveless flower dress and brown sandals.
A description of weeden is as follows:
Race: white
Sex: female
Height: 5'3"
weight: 120 pounds
Hair: brown

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l. DidJ)~.- see til. two large dutr.l bags in lbe cal'etllria ?

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WHALING, H

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Reporting Agency ~otli... Case R.epott No
CONTINUATION 0
SUPPLE.M:ENT X JCSO ERZEN 99-7625-N
Connecting Case Report No Victim NameOriginai Report DateThis Repon
5-3-99
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;ali>};: X llMURDER Ofl'mte S"*tIIll; Open X £~tillrta.l1y Clured CI Recommend Case: Review CI
Reelllllllifkarioll 0 Cll':lJ'tldl'!'j Arr=t o Unfounded 0 Closure 0

1l5: I iJr;Iantl1)' I Sr.ln4 Name I"",."",,, I Serlel No. $~\: I ~y~ I ~':td
ADDITIONAL WITNESS:
HeatherN.Wh:iling, D08112-25-83, WfF
7719 South EatonWay
Littleton, Co. 80128
303-973·7769
W/Columbine H.S. freshman
(Parental information)
Kathy S. Whaling, ooBI9·23·58, WfF
Sameaddress/phone as above
W/Same as above
RobertW, Whaling, DOB/2-5-58, WfM
~ arneaddress/phone as above.
W!Lockheed Martin
Waterton Canyon
303-977-5668

INVESTIGATION:
On 5-3-99 between the hoursof 0923 and 1015 I bad an opportunity to speakwith HeatherWhaling in reference to the incident
thai occurred at ColumbineHigh Schoci on 4-20-99.

Heatherstatedon 4-20-99 she arrivedat Columbine HighSchool between 0715 and 0720 hours, and upon her arrivalshe went
to thestudent storelocatedin the "RebelCorner"near thecafeteria. Heatherstatedshe stayedthere for about fiveminutes and
continued on to her scheduledclasses. Heatherwas askedifshe saw two large duffle bags or sports bags, one being blue and
the other an organish-red located in the central area of the cafeteria. She staled she did not observe those items. Heather
advised that she continuedon with her daily schedule, and after being released from her fourth hour French class, taught by
Miss Argnieraround 1110 hours she immediately went 10 the cafeteriaarea and arrived at about 1111 hours. Heather was
:owna map of the cafeteria area and was asked if she could tell me where she was seated: She stated she believedshe was
Assigtted To JC·001.004715

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seatedat table"h" or "g' and seatedat the tablewith her were Jessica Arzola, 303-932-7471, Ben Schuman,unknown phone,
MattBruce. unknown phone,and Amber, last nameand telephene unknown. Heather slated these weremembers of herchurch
group. Afterarrivingat the cafeteria, Heather statedshe placed h.er backpack on her chair, and went to the food-service line
to get her lunch. I asked Heatherifshe saw the two above-described bagsand againshe told me she didn't.

Heatherstated that shortlyafter she returned to her table she remembers seeinga janitor runningnear the southdoors of the
cafeteria, at which time she heard a loud bang. Shortly after that she heard an unidentified teacheryelling at the students to

get down. After a shortperiodof time thestudents that were nearthe westwindows of the cafeteria started to run east, at which
time she proceeded to run east with the remainder of the students. up the stairs to the second level.

Heatherstatedthat once shereachedthe second level she l1IIl eastdownthe Math/Scienee hallway, exited the school and went
to Leawood Park, where she remained, Heatherwas asked if she saw any gunmen whileshe was in the school or after she
exitedthe schooland she slatedshe did not see any gunmen,

Heather wasaskedif she knew any members of the Trench Coat Mafia, specifically, Eric Hams or Dylan Klebold. She stated
she did not know who those individuals wereand she did not know much aboutthe group.

Heather wasaskedif she leftany otherproperty insideColumbine HighSchool. Shestatedtheonly thing she left was her black
Jansportbackpack in the cafeteria, whichcontained several school booksand personal items.

Heather was asked if she had heard any rumors reference the date 4-20-99. She stated she did hear that it was a smoker's
holidayor a marijuana smoker's holiday.

Heathercould provideno additional information. At the completion of this interview I had Heatherdiagramwhere she was
seated in the cafeteriaand her movement out of the area. A copy of that diagram is attachedto this report,

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Caitlin Jean Whitney, DOB 05/31/1982, 8051 South Upham


Street, Littleton, Colorado, telephone (303)933-0544, a junior at
Columbine High School, was interviewed at her home in the
presence of her parents, Dennis and Mary Weeden, by Special
AgentCSA) Ricky V. Wright 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, Whitney provided the following information:
At approximately 11:10 am, on the day of the shooting,
Whitney got out of chemistry class, taught by Ms. Miller, and
went from the science area to her locker located in the north
main hall by the hall to the gymnasium. Whitney then went to the
cafeteria by going west down the north main hall, south by the
library, and down the stairs to the cafeteria. Whitney then sat
down at one of the chairs near the food cart, which is located
next to Rebel Corner. Whitney recalls that Samantha Haviland,
Stefania Ubowski, Lindaie Macy, and Alan Barker were also there.
Annie Carrocoia may also have been there that day.
Whitney sat down for approximately three minutes, then
got up and went out the student entrance to her car located in
the junior parking lot to get some UIOney. Whitney estimates that
it took about five minutes to go to her car and get the money and
come back. Whitney did not remember seeing Eric Harris, Dylan
Klebold, or anything else suspicious when she went to her car.
When Whitney was returning, she saw Lindaie Macy leaving to go to
her car. Whitney had been sitting back down for approximately
one minute, when some girls ran in the cafeteria from the south
doors and were yelling that someone had a gun. Whitney and the
rest of her friends got down and hid behind the food cart. There
were some janitors in the cafeteria, who were running around
telling everyone to get down. Mr. Sanders was also running
around near the stairs.
Whitney then heard shots outside, which oaused everyone
to get up and start running. Whitney and same of her friends ran
through the door on the south side of the auditorium. Alan
Barker ran out the student entrance to find Lindsie Macy.
Whitney and her friends knelt down in the auditorium for a few
minutes by the sound booth. While Whitney was in the auditorium,

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the fire alarm started going off and she could hear explosions
and gunshots as well. Whitney left the aUditorium by running out
the northeast corner of the auditorium and into the north main
hall. Whitney could hear shots coming from the west end of the
north main hall. Whitney noticed the windows on the doors at the
main entrance to the school were broken. Whitney and her friends
then ran down the hall by the counseling office. A teacher, Mr.
Butts, was by the counseling office and was motioning students
into that hall. Whitney continued down the hall to the exit
behind the gymnasium. Once outside, Whitney climbed the fence by
the tennis courts and went to Clement Park.
Whitney walked by the cafeteria first period, but did
not go in. Whitney did not see the gunmen and did not see any
large duffle pags sitting in the cafeteria during lunch. Whitney
did not know Brie Harris, Dylan Klebold, or any other members of
the Trenchcoat Mafia. Whitney does not have an Internet screen
name. Whitney has heard that Brian Stepp was on the soccer field
at the time of the shooting and saw the gunmen. She has also
heard that James Medaugh was outsi<:ia by Sean Graves, Lance
Kirklin, and Dan Rohrbough at the time of the shooting. Whitney
is aware that Sam Granillo and Sarah Slater were in the cafeteria
during lunch and may have moved a large duffle bag off of the
table where they were sitting.
On the day of the shooting, Whitney was wearing a blue
button-up shirt, jean shorts, and white platform athletic shoes.

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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
:MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED YJldiWi Idea/or

2. Did you see anyone carrying or in the possession of those duffel bags,at a previous
time? '<'/0

3. Did you see Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold either on Mondayof Tuesday? Wbat were
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What did they say? Were they with anyone else? ..,.-""q;;;;r;:fi!!.

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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

11.Have them mark where theyweresitting, their route out of the building and whom
theywere with (Ii known) ?

12. How did you exit the building? Where didyou go whenyou got out and what did
YQu see on the outside of th~~? ~ ~~ -P"""r Sr-ro,"'O"'.s

13.Do you use the Internet? Iiso, whatis yourscreen name? Do YQu have an ICQ
(aka: I seek you I similar to a chat line)account? I'vt!'

14.Do you knowanybody witha "double pierced eyebrow" ?


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15.Did yousee or hear any unusual announcements prior to the shootings? Do you
knowwhatthe "Thought of the day was" overthe RebelNews Network: (RNN) ? -. __ /'<'
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17.Ask the parents if the kids have told themanything else ? Different?

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LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORnNG AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COWMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 05·'1·99
C'''FENSE: AOA/COWMBlNI HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCI/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICI INFORMATION
mOL NUMBER: DN2901, FBh t74A-DN574t9, JSCO: CR #99-7625

SUSpecrs,
1. Eric Harri.
2. Dylan Klebold

WITNESS.
1. Wilson, MCI1Ih<ow
5183 South Holland Street
Uttleton, CO 80128
3031973-3876
Molh.... Franci. wa.""
303/680-0088 (work)
Fothe" Scott Wil",n
3031296-3600 (worlcl

,... 'ESJJGATION.
On OSf0619'1, I woo a..igned inlormolion control number DN2901 lor Iollow.up inv.ligation. The Informalion
control norrolive .toted thot MCI1Ih<ow mson I. on th.. original cafeteria baclcpock list.

On 05107199. I r.ponded te 5183 South Holland Street and me! with Matthew Wilson and hi. molher Francis
Wilson. Matthew confirmed he was in the cafeteria when the inddenl occurred.

Matthew said thaI on 04120199, he wa. driv..n to .chool by hi. friend Pal Cane. They parked in lh. Clemen! P",k
parking 1,,1 "nd walked to lIle school, entering through the moln entrance. Motthew >aid he went to hi. locker. which i.
on !he moin level, and lIlen went 10 th.. meth half. From lIle math holl, he wenl in 'he lib,o,y. H. e,lima'ed tbct he
arriv.d at the librory Qfapproximate!y 7: lS~ He $aid be then went to his. flrlt hour science cleo, whit:h is on the main level.
After hi. first hcvr does, he went to hi. locker. and then to hi••econd hour da... which i. in the or! reorn. Thi. clc.. is
taught by Ms, Warrenkey. H.. then went to hi, thifd hour doss in the 100eign langu"9" wing, which i. Spani.h. and then
from !he loreign language wing he wonl to hi, lourth hour math dass lought by Mr. Higgin.. Aft..r hi. lourth hour do,s,
Matthew ."id he went 10 hi. locker and then wenl autsid.. of the buading to get 10 il:.. lower level <oleteri" 10 avoid the
crowds in the hollw"Y" He estimoted he traveled outside 01the building Qnd enlered into the wesl door of the o"l_ia

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JC-001· 004730
LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COWMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 05-11-99
(:Ie'ENU: AOA/COWMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCElJEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE INFORMATION
\ ITROL NUMBER: DN2901, Fait 174A-DN57419, JSCO, CR 199,7625

by the fa""lty lounge at app!"aximately 11,15. He 'aid during hi, travel, ouloide of the building, he doe' nol recoil 'eeing
anything unusual or $lJIptclous~

Malll.ew said when he arrived al hi, u.oa; loble, which i, WW, hi, friend, were already there. H. identified them
'" S....n No"aman, J......-ny Mullen, Milee Knh, Mark Radk.., and Tanya Warlod<. He seid he wa ••ilting down doing hi,
homework u""" he hat th.. A lunch and the B lunch !nee, h.. wam'I going 10 eal umil lot..... H. ",id at approximately
11 <20 to 11,25, llud.n" .tarted to ""h loward the welt window•. Matt!Jew .aid thl. activity ",u<llly Indie_ 10 him thaI
there i, a light or ,amething going on, and he wa.n't real inter...ted, .0 he didn't go ta the window. He .taned to look
1n thot direction, and then looked b<sd< loword the doorway un.. he hod hi. bad< ta it, and h••aw scmecne ceme in the
door .haking and y<lliing, 'Get"'is off of me.' H"thought this .Iudent wo' Sean Grave<. He 'aid he then heard semeene
y<lliing ta g"t down, and h. got down, and went up aga'not the wall by th" windows. Matthew .aid a, he looked around
the cafeteria, h. could lell,omething wa. going on ouloid.. and people were .tamng 10 run in the calet..ria and franlically
trying 10 get to th.. llain. H...aid h•• aw hi. mend Sean Nouaman run inlo the leaeh...., lounge, and he got up and ran
into the kitdhen areo and inlo a Ilorage room. Malll.ew ",id wh..n he arrived in the $larage room, another ,Iudent, Mati
r _, was already on the phone. There were ••veral lunch ladiu in the room with them. He ",id he could hear a 101
ot cammonQn and what h. thought were poppmg noilM coming from ftle cafeter;a area. He thougnt perhaps these could
b. gundlott, Qnd they w-ere in repetition. Matthew la~d in the Ito-rage room there were 16 $tudenb, and two lunch ladies.

Matt!Jew 'aid at the direction of the other 'Iudenn, they began 10 barricade the dao" and huddle down. He 'aid
th..y could hear loud bomb. going affevery 5 to 10 minutes. He laid alone poinl while they were in Ihe room. somecne
jiggled the door hondle. H. 101'" found out or thoughl it WQ$ Perhap, Jeremy Mullen trying 10 gel into th.. room. H.. 'oid
they used C02 coni."", and box'" ta barrfeade th.. door, and that th.y had b....n laid 10 write down !heir nam ... and
pho"" numb.... H. said !hey eould h....r peapl. moving ouloide of the room, but he could nollell if they were !he w.p_
or other sluden" trying 10 hide. They oould aha hear nol... from ab<sveth..m. Matthew 'aid they stopped heering the
blasting ,ound. and guntho" approximately 40 minutes after he arrived in the sloroge room. He ",id !hey rec ..ived
in'lnJe!ion' thaI they moy hear more gun.ho" a. the SWATlearn. ent..red becau.e they may be u.ing gunlire ta clear th..
area. He 'aid at approximat.ly 1,30, SWAT p.....annel w...... in the building and they were waiting ta ..vawale them.
Matthew thoughl il was a Jeffco SWAT Team who evacuated them. They war.. braken into g'oup< af.1x at a lime and
were laken Oul through the kitchen into the teacher'. laung.. and then eet !hrough 0 window. They then ran up 0 hill by
a flre truck where th..y were palted down and then tran.ported to onolh..r loconon where 'hey could u.e a 1..lephon...
H.. believed h.. wa. obi.. 1o "'.. a l<Ilephone al approximately 2,40 and .pak.. with hi, lather at their r..idence. H.. 'aid

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JC.001. 004731
LAKEWOOD POUtE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: GEOROE MCGLYNN CAU NUM8ER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COWMIINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 05-11-99
O""ENSI: AOAICOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FOllCllJEFfCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE INFORMATION
\ ITROL NUMBERt DN2901, F81: 174A-DN57419, JSCO, eR 199-7625

hi.fother pidaod him up at approximately 3 p.m. Matthew oaid he never ..". the suop_. but the <:anvenation inside the
storag" room indicated that Dylan Klebold might b" involved.

Matthew described his boclcpad< as being an caol pede. bIadt in color. with a nam" tag. H" said hi. pack wiD
contain his foreign languag" boob, a blue nolebaok, a TI83 graphing calculator, a waUet. a schoollD, and hit d.ntol
retainer in a blue ca.... H. said h" was wearing a cream-oclored .hirt, a Cdp. black jean., and Nike .ho....

Matthew .aid h" waf aware ef 111" trench «>at mafia butdid nat knew much about 1Ile group. H. knew lhey
u.ually wor"lTencn watt and their bdll cap. bad<wardt. H" said h. m.t a persen en lhe debate team, Robert Perry, but
he never 'Poke of anything unusual wilh Perry that might have keyed him into .uch on incident or have any intelligence
information about Perry.

Molthew said h" ha. /lOt heard 01 kids making bomb. or colleding weopcne, He do•• nol know anyone with "
pierced eyebrow. and does not have an ICQ account. He dotl$ not OCCMS the intemet in an attempt to locate any of the
t '" coal mafia .it... He could provide no further intelligence information ,egarding 1Ile !larch coal malia or ,my fvrth...
intormaticn on the even!> ef th.. day.

ADPITIONAL WITNcSSES,
1. Nossaman, Se<>n
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3. Kish, Mike v
4. Radke, Mark ./
S. Wa~ock. Tanya ,/

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SUi'l?LEMENT REKER HOMICIDE 5-13-~9 99-7625

INTERVIEW WITH CHRISTINA WINFREY


6774 S. WEBSTER ST.
303-972-4324
On 5-12-99, Inv. Reker did inteview Christina Winfrey
at her residence with her parents present.
Winfrey states that she was sitting at table Q at the
time the shooting started and was under a table.
She states she heard a commotion and then looked out to
the parking lot and saw a lot smoke in the parking lot and then
heard shots outside the west door to the cafeteria.
Winfrey then fled up the stairs and out the 5.e.door at
the front of the school to Leawood Park.
Winfrey did not see the shooters and was wearing jeans
and a gray tank top with a yellow coat.
winfrey was unable to provide any further information
and the interview was terminated.

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SUPPLEMENT REKER HOMICIDE 5-13-99 99-7625

IN'I'ERVIEW WITH SARAH WINFREY


On 5-12-99, Inv. Reker did interview Winfrey at her
residence with her parents present.
, winfrey states the she was siting at table Q along with
/Diana Cahen, Steve Cohen~Ellen prommersberger~d Samantha
Haviland."'"
When the other students got under the tables so did
Winfrey and she then ran up the stairs and heard gunshots in the
library hallway and she then ran out the front s.e. entrance to
Leawood Park.
She did not see the shooters and was wearing blue
adiaas snap up pants and a blue t-shirt.
Her screen name is guppie5869 vi
Winfrey was unable to provide any further information
and the interview was concluded.

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WISE, S.

JC·001· 004742
LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENTSUpnEMrNTAL REPORT
REPOltrlNG AGENT: DETECTIVE GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99·38856
tlICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATI! OF REPORT: 5/17/99
'FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3143. FBI: 4A·PN51419. JCSO: CR #99·7625

SUSPECTS: ERIC HARRIS


DYLA.1\I KLEBOLD

WITNESS: StephanieJean Wise deb: 5/2li83


7296 S. Vance Cl.
Littleton, CO 80123
303·973-1014

Lori Wise (Mother)


7296 S. Vmoe Ct
Littleton, CO 80123
303·973·1014
303-295-6055 (wk)

MichaelWise (Father)
7296S. Vance Ct
Littleton, CO 80123
303-913-1014
303-130-7445 (wk)

INVESTIGATION:
On 5111/99,I was assignedinformation control number DN3143 for follow up investigation. Information
control narrative stated that StephanieWise is on the original cafeteria backpacklist.

On 5/13199, I responded to 7296 South Vance CourtwhereI met with Stephanie Wise and her fatherMichael .

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JC-001·004743
lAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAl. REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
"'CTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 5/17/99
.'FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIff'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3143. FBI: 4A-DN5Z41', JCSO: CR #99·7625

Wise. Stephanie confirmed that she had been in the cafeteriaat the time the incident began, and that she had left
her backpack in the cafeteria. Wise recalled that her father had driven her to school on 4/20/99 and that she
arrivedat school between 7:15 and 7:20am. She enteredthe schoolthrough the main doors by the frontoffice
on the east side. She said that she met with a group oiher friends near the front entry way. Then she went to her
first hour class which is Spanish. She said that she traveled to her Spanish class down the stairwell throughthe
commons and into the regular classrooms. She said that she traveledto this class with her friend, Jennifer
Christiansen. She said that her second hour class is computerin the lower level and that she then went, between
secondand third hour, to her locker and then to her Science class which is upstairs in the Sciencewing. She
then went to her fourth hour class which is language, and then to the "An lunch. She said that she had gone,just
prior to the "A" lunch, to the financialoffice near the main entrance to purchase her parkingpass. She then
went to her locker to get her lunch and estimatedthat she arrived in the commons at approximately 11:1ato
.,:1Sam. Shesaid that when she arrived, she came down the stairs and went to the pop machines and then to
her table. She said that when she arrived there were alreadypeople seated at the table, She identifiedthem as
Carmie Deihl, Megan Schoenbien,and Jean Martin. She thoughtthat she was sitting at table "Z". She said that
she started eating and then she saw that people were runningto the west window. She said that Mr. Sanders
then enteredthe commons, and she thought that he was running along the south wall, yelling for people to get
Oil thefloor, She said that she was looking out the windows at about this time, and saw betweentwo carsthat
wereparked just west of the cafeteria,smoke coming frombetween them. She said that she then startedto crawl
towards the stairwell. She said that she was with her friend, Carmie,and that as they got approximately half
way to the stairwell,they got up and ran. She said that she didn't hear much at that point, but a lot of panicked
voicesand screaming, and people yelling to get running, She said that when she got to the top of the stairs,and
was running down the hallway, a Mr. Freisen, Mr. Johnson and a Mr. Kraft were trying 10 get students into
classrooms. She said that they ended up in a Scienceclassroom on the main level, and then moved to the back
of that room and barricaded the door, She said that while she was in this room, she could hear the fire alarms
and explosions. She estimated that she arrived in the Science storage room at approximately I1:25am. She said

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JC·001.004744
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
IEPOIlTlNG AGENT: DETECTIVE GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99·38856
VlCTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 5/17/99
'FENS!: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3143. FBI: 4A·PN57419. JC50: CR #99·7625

that the teachers barricaded the doors with tables and cabinets,and armed themselves with fire extinguishers and
metal rods. She said that one ofthe teachers was on the phone in the Science room where Mr. Sanders was
being attended to by other teachers and students.

Wise thinks that while she was in the storage room she could hear gunmen walking in the east and south
corridor around the room where she was. She said that everythingthen got quiet and the fire alarm went off,
and the betls started to ring. They thought that this might be an indication that SWAT teams were coming to
evacuatethem. She said that eventually a SWATteam did come in to evacuate them. They took them out the
door by the closet. They were moved down a hallway where they were searched and then evacuated out through
the east doors. She stated that while they were in the Sciencestorage room, the teachers had removed the
lighting to make the room darker so that the suspectscould not see into the room. Wise did not see any of the
. ..>peets.

Wise describes her backpack as a blue Eddie Bauer, containing herhistory book, her math book, her binders,
which are black and gray in color, her identification, her Texas Instruments 83 Graphing calculator, keys, and
medication. Wise said she was wearing khaki cargo shorts,dark green top and sandals.

Wise said that prior to the incident, she had heard of the trench coat mafia. She said she was aware of them
since her Sophomore year. She said that only informationshe knew about the trench coat mafia was that they
wore trench coats and that they smoked "pot" cigarettes on the comer of Polk Street and South Pierce. She said
that she heard that their leaders wore green berets. She said that she knew of several girls who were interested
in dating members of the trench coal mafia or who may be members, She thought their names were Pauline
Brandon,Lindsey Benge, Sarah Debore.

Wise said that she did not know either Harris or Kleboldand that she wouldn't have recognized them prior to

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JC.Q01· 004745
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SfJPPUMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99·38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 5/17/~
'FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3143. FBI: 4A.DNSZ419. JCSO: eR #99.7625

the incident She though that tile Rebel NewsNetwork'sthought of the day was "Don't you wish you weren't
here today?" She said that she bad since heard that student Chris Reillyis the person who puts togetherthe
thought ofthe day, and that Eric and Dylan werenot in classthat particular morning. She thought that she had
heardthat the thought ofthe day reallyhad nothing to do withwhat occurred but just a reference to being
smoker's day out of schooI.

Wise says that she does have Internet access but does not have an ICQaccount She does not know anyonewith
a doublepierced eyebrow, that she didn't see anything suspicious as far as duffle bags or backpacks.

Wisealso s ' e had heard sinc/he'd k at school, that severalstudents that were sitting at table
"Hlf Katie Patrie eith Nacaroud, Joe Camius, )I'lought that they may have hada duffle bag undertheir
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JC.o01· 004750
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
.SPORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38855
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04-27'99
OFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

SUSPECTS:
ERJC HARRIS
DYLAN KLEBOLD

WITNESS:
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: 01'11015, FBI: 114A·ON57419, JCSO: CR1I99·1625
1. WISEMAN, BRANDI, DOB: 10·18·82
6920 Yukon Way, Littleton, CO 80128,303-933-1949
Step-father: Robert Evans, 6920 Yukon Wa~, Littleton, CO 80128, 303·933·1949, work: 303·839·2100
Mother: Julie Evans, 6920 Yukon Way, Littleton, CO 80128, 303-933-1949, work: 303-814-7170

INVESTIGAnON:
On 04-27-99 I was assigned Information Control Number DN1015, an interview with Brandi WJseman.
Brandi WJseman had been identified via her backpack which had been left in the cafeteria of Columbine High
School and recovered by criminatisfics units that processed the scene.
On 04-27-99 Detective Karla Sarnacki and I met with Brandi WJseman and her parents at her residence
at 6920 South Yukon Way. Brandi WJseman informed us that she had been dropped off at Columbine High
School by her mother on 04·20-99 at 0650 hours She said that she was dropped off at the main entrance that
she was by herself and that she went downstairs to the cafeteria and met with friends, Carri PreZiOSi. Steve
Broden, Jeremy Orban, and Chris (last name unknown). She said that they met on the north end of the cafeteria
at one of the tables by the stairs and spent some time together before first hour. She said that first hour begins
at 0720 hours and that shortly before that she left the cafeteria and walked earn Preziosi upstairs and then went
to her first hour English class. She said that normally she sees people from the group, the "trench coat mafia"
sitting at the south end of the cafeteria by the doors. She said that they usually wear biacl< coats and they listen
to "devil music". They play, "Nazi games", card games where they chant German Iyncs They also listen to
German music in the morning, but she said that she has never had any problems with the trench coal mafia"
Sandi WJseman said that she recalled that several of the group of the "trench coat mafia" were Sitting at
their usual table by the south side of the cafeteria, however ERIC HARRIS was not wit" them, She would have

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JC..o01· 004751
LAKEWOOO POLICE DEPARTMENTSUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
EPORTlNG AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04.27.99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCEIJEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

recognized him since she has seen the photos of him.


Afterfirst hour English Brandi Wiseman wentlo second hour science class in the science department. After
that she proceeded to her third hour, which she has off. She again proceeded 10the cafeteria where she met with
a friend, Amanda Arpacalis. She said that the cafeteria was approximately half full at the time and she didn't
notice anything unusual. She then left the cafeteria and went to her fourth hour class with a friend, Shannon Ryan
She said that she left her Spanish class to go to the oN lunch and arrived there at approximately 1110 hours with
her friend Shannon Ryan. She said they went to a table near the serving line by coming down the hall, going past
the east exit doors and then cutting through the tables where there was a clear path They got a table by the pillar
Brandi Wiseman said that she didn't have enough money to buy lunch and just wanted to get some candy from
the vending machines, which are located near the exit by the faculty lounge She said that she and a fnend,
Lindsey Wyant, went to the candy machines, and when they got near the machines they stopped at a table to talk
to some friends, Jeremy Mullen and Michael Kish. She said that while they at the table, they thought what they
sard was fight outside and they thought they could hear somebody hit the ground They then went to the door
to look out the door and they saw a boy screaming that he had been shot. Brandl Wiseman said that she went
to the door and could see the boy, who had been yelling that he had been shot and thought he was paralyzed
She said she did net go out the door but then heard what she thought were gunshots She ran oacx from the occr
and a lunch lady went to check on the boy. She said that someone began yelling, "get down' and she crawleo
from where she was near the entrance door into the kitchen, Her friend Lindsey crawled with her She said that
as they crawled they could hear more gunshots.
The lunch iady then followed them into the kitchen and directed them to a rear storage room in the kitchen
She Saidthat when she got to the storage room, there were about fifteen other people that went into the room With
her and they shut the door. One other person she knew as Matt Depew got on the phone and called the police
She said that Mall Depew was speaking Officer Leitz. She did not know from what police department he was with
She said that Matt Depew told the officer about the two gunman and what was going on in the storage room
Brandi Wiseman said thatlhe room was extremely crowded and that people were Sitting on lop of each
other. She said that they all crouched to the ground and she could identify some of the people in the room as
Richie Green, Danny Lab, James Stewart, Sean Ryan, Tasha Olsen, Tanya Warlock, and Matt Depew She
estimated with herself and her friend Lindsay, there were 17 total people in the room. She said that several boys

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JC..o01·004752
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENTSUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
.EPORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT; 04.27-99
OFFENSE: AOAICOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

were crcuching on top of them in case the shooters came into the room or startec shooting through the doors
She said that she could heard gunshots and screaming throughout their time In the room She said that the
gunshots and screaming and bombs came from not only the cafeteria but from the library above her She said
that after the commotion occurred In the library they could hear what she thought were people hitting the fiOOT or
bookshelves being knocked over along with gunshots and screaming She said after the commotion In the Ilbrar;
there were more gunshots downstairs. She estimated that approximately one hour after they went 1010 the roo,,"
Matt was told by the police to barricade the door They took several C02 tanks and cases of frosting and placed
them In front of the door. She said approximately ten minutes later, someone came to the door and said he was
Jeremy. She thought It was Jeremy Mullen. He asked them to open the door and told them he was qomq to help
them, but they did not open the door because they were afraid it might be the gunmen She said that people were
all crying and most of them were going to pass out from the heat. They were holding on to each other, hugging
each other and praying. In a short time after Jeremy Mullen left, there were knocks at the door She knew ,[ was
-e gunmen in front of the door. She said that they could hear the gunmen reloading their shotguns and olr,er
guns in front of the door and then begin shooting at what she thought were the appliances In the kitchen She said
that she could hear two distinct voices yelling at each other, however, she couldn't discern what they were saYing
She said that she had her watch on and that this occurred at aoprcxirr ately 1230 hours She said that they
Continued to pray and hold hands and again they could hear what they thought were the suspects in front of the
door. She said that everyone began crying and others were asking them to be quiet She said that shortly after
that they could hear more shooting upstairs She said that they then got information from the officer on Ihe phone
that the police were in the building They hear more gunshots and what she thought were firecrackers She said
that they had been told that the SWAT team would be coming Into the cafeteria area and that they would be uSing
some type of explosive that would sound like a firecracker and gunShots to clear the building to make sure Ihe
suspects weren't in there. She said they first heard them in the faculty lounge and then they could hear people
knocking on doors. She said that someone knocked on their door and said they were with SWAT team They
initially refused to open the door and the SWAT team insisted again. They finally opened the door and found it
was in fact the SWAT team, The SWAT team said that they would escort them out of the building, told them to
stay down and shut the door. She said that they then heard what she thought was the SWAT team exchanging
gunfire with the suspects and a yelling at them to get down, Approximately fifteen minutes later the SWAT team

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JC.o01· 004753
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
EPORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM: COLUMBiNE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04-27-99
OFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCEt JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

came back and told everyone to stand up. They told them girls first and then they look Ihem from the kitchen
through a door in the faculty lounge alang a wall in the lounge where a Window had been broken out She sa.c
that there was a police officer who was kneeling on the ground below the Window and that they were Instructed
to step on his back and climb aut the window. They walked the students along the school and then across the
soccer field. They told them to stay there.
BrandiWiseman said that she had a black Eastportbackpack. That the backpackcontainsc her binders.
her math folder, her keys, chapstkk, some money, and her calculatorwhich is a Tl-B3. She satd it was left on the
table.
Brandi Wiseman said that she was wearing blue shorts, white tank top with blue flowers. wMe lennis
shoes,
BrandiWiseman said she did not noticedany duffle bagsor unusual backpacks in the cafeteria but added
that it would not be unusual for people to leave such itemsbehind as they dropped these things off prior to getting
< 1 the lunchline. She said that she did not see ERIC HARRIS or DYLAN KLEBOLD on erther Mondayor Tuesday
She had seen 'trench coat mafia" members but had no conversation with them and no incidences. Brandi
Wiseman said that she has not heard from anyone eise, or otherpeopie, about any suspects talking aboutbomb
making or gun buying.
The only other informationBrandlcould provide on the "trench coal mafia"was that they all wore the black
trench coats and that last year, she believed in December, there was a football player, whose name she didn't
know, that was being threatened by the "trenchcoat mafia", Shesaid that another football player apparently threw
this "trench coat mafia" member against a Jocker and the "trench coat mafia"memberpunched the studentin the
face She said that she thought that the "trench coat mafia" member gOI suspended for Ihe incident She could
provide no names other than the incident occurredin December of 1998. Brandi Wiseman also drew on a map
of the cafeteriaof where she came from to enter the cafeteria, what table she believes she was at, and where she
exited the building. She believed that she was perhaps allable "RR" although she could not be positive.

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JC-001· 004754
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
:EPORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: Q4-27·99
OFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

ADDITIONAL WITNESSES:
1. CARRl PREZIOSI
2. STEVE BRODEN
3. JEREMY ORBAN
4. CHRIS (last name unknown)
These students were in the cafeteria area approximately 0650 hours through 0720 hours
5. AMANDA ARPCALIS
This witness was in the cafeteria during third hour with Brandi Wiseman.
6. BRITTANY DAVIES
7. LINDSEY WYANT
These people were sitting at the table with Brandi Wiseman.
a. JEREMY MULLEN
.. MICHAEL KISH
These students were sitting at table by the vending machines when the Incident began.
10. MATT DEPEW
11. RICHIE GREEN
12. DANNY LAB
13. JAMES STEWART
14. SEAN RYAN
15. TASHA OLSEN
16. TANYA WARLOCK
These students were some of the people hiding in the kitchen storage with Brandi Wiseman

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SUPPLE"lENT X JCSO BROOKS !I9-762S-M
Conn«tlng Cue Report No VictimN&i'MOriginal Report D3teThis Report
COLUMBINE 05-07·99
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WITNESSES:

Brandi Wiseman IDOB 101882


6920 South Yukon Way
Littleton.Colorado 80128
303-933-1949
Columbine High School I lOth grade

INVESTIGATION:

On 05-07-99, at about 8:30 a.m., I spoke with CHS student Brandi Wiseman as follow up an DN2462. The interview was
conducted by telephone. Although Brandi Wiseman was previously interviewed (DNIOI5j, the purposeof this fallow up was
10 determine whetheror not Brandi had seen or could identify Eric Hams, Dylan Klebold, or any of the individuals known to
associatewith them.

Brandi confirmed that she had been inside the cafeteriaon 04-20·99 at about II :20 a.m. Brandisaid that a group of students
had gatherednear the door locatedat dte northwestcornerof the cafeteria. Brandi said that she approached the west windows.
near the door, and saw a student lyingon the ground. Brandisaid that peoplestartedyelling to 'get down," and that sheducked
underneath One ofthe tables (VV or WW). From there, Brandi said that she crawledtoward the kitchen area, near the faculty
lounge. While there, Brandi said thatshe looked backtoward the west windows and saw an individual, outside, wearing a black
trenchcoal, who appeared to he runningsouth toward the southwest comer of the cafeteria. Brandisaid that the glimpseshe
caughtofthis individual Was very brief, and that she did not see his face or any weapon. Brandi said that other than the black
trench coal, she did not notice any other clothing or features on this individual.

JC.001· 004758

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Brandi said thaI she eventually madeher way into a "SlOl'llge 100m" insidethe kitchen area, where she and several otherstudents
remainedfor about three hours until found and removed by one of the SWAT teams.

See report forDNlOl5.

DISPOSITION, Open.

JC-001· 004759

'"Oil,..er Signarure Unit Number Sllpervi$Or ftliua1s and Datt Assigned To Pe.. 1
of 1
rnllGlNAl I INVESTIGATOR VIC11M SElVICES I OTHER I ASAF34J':t3JCSD/1614
LAKEWOOD ,oueE DEPARTMENT SUPPf.EMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/21/99
rFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2905. FBI; 4A-DN57419. JCSO: eR #99-7625

SUSPECTS: Eric Harris


Dylan Klebold

WITNESS: WISEMAN, Brandl dob: 10/18/82


6920 South Yukon Way
Littleton,CO 80128
303-933-1949

Robert Evans (Stepfather)


6920 South YukonWay
Littleton, CO 80128
303-933-1949
303-839-2100 (wk)

Julie Evans (Mother)


6920 SouthYukonWay
Littleton, CO 80128
303-933-1949
303-814-7170 (wk)

INVESTIGATION:
On 5111199, I was assigned information control numberDN2905 for follow up investigation. The information
control narrative indicatedthat Brandl Wiseman had beenin the cafeteriabetween7:55amand 8:00am. The
leadinformation was 10 re-interview Brandi Wiseman reference being in the cafeteriaat 8:00am.

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JC..o01· 004760
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPf.ENlENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/21/99
lIfENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
,NFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2905. FBI: 4A-DN57419. JCSO: CR #99-7625

On 4/27/99, I had interviewed Brandi Wiseman with her parents at her residence at 6920 South Yukon Way.
Brandi Wisemaninformed me that she had been dropped off at Columbine High School by her mother on
4120/99, at 0650 hours, and said that she had been droppedoff at the main entrance, that she was by herself, and
she went downstairs into the cafeteria and met with ber friends, Carrie Preziosi. Steve Broden, Jeremy Orban,
and Chris (last name unknown), She said that she met them on the north end ofthe cafeteria by one ofthe
tables by the stairs, and they spent time together prior to first hour. She said that first hour begins at 7:20amand
shortly before that she left the cafeteria and walked CarriePreziosi upstairs and then went to ber first hour
English class. She also indicated that she did not see any backpacksor duffle bags in the cafeteria that she
thinks may have been suspicious.

On 5121/99 I re-interviewed Brandi Wiseman and she confirmedthe information that she had previously given.
e was unable to provide any new information. For further information, see information control number
DNIOIS for details.

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JC-001· 004761
WOLLENBERG, K

JC-001.004162
SUPPLEMENT REKER 5-13-99 HOMICIDE 99-7625

IN'I'ERVIEW WITH KIMBERLY WCLLENBERG


6861 S. Kendall Blvd.
Littleton,Colo.80l23
303-972-2733
On 5-12-99, Inv. Reker did interview Wollenberg at her
residence with her parents present.
Wollenberg states she was sitting at table Q with
Crystal Enney,Racheal Ebert,and Kirsten Young.
Wollenberg states at the time the shooting started that
she got under a table and then ran upstairs and out the S.e.
front door of the school.
She did not see the gunman and was unable to provide
any relevant information.
She states that she was wearing a blue shirt and blue
jeans.
At this point the interview was concluded

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WOOLSEY, F

JC..o01.004765
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ASSIGNED TO,
Agent Larry A. Brown,Colorllllo Bureau of Investigarion, 69<> Kipling St., Suite4000, Denver, CO,
802125, phone(303) 239-4211,

DATPITIME of INTERVIEW: April 20, 1999, between 12:30 p.m, and2 p.m,
Follow upraterview 00 April 29, 1999, IZ,SOp.m.

PLACE of INTERVIEW: Initial interview, 'ear Columbine High School on CaleyCT.. Littleton, CO
Follow up interview, telephonic to his residence

DISPOSITION: lNTERVIEWTHE FOUOWING:


Fletcher Lee WOOLSEY, OOB: 03·01:84,5389W. Hinsdale,Littleton, CO, phone(303) 9784)354

WOOLSEY stared be wassittingin the wesc comer of thecafeteria nearthe veodiJlg machines wllenthe
al1llCk began. He beard. tilesounds of gunsboacoming fromoutside. WOOLSEY lookedoutsideandsaw
• while male, over six feet tall, min build, wearing. blacktrenchcoat, a black imselmll cap worn
backwards, and carrying a sh.tguo. WOOLSEY said he saW tbIs individual outside thecommons area
raise the sholjUn in theditecljon of thescaool, WOOLSEY then dropped to the floorandbeard !be sound
of theshotgun blast. The shooter then moved toward the front of theschool. Accoxding co WOOLSEY,
manystudents started running towards <be stairsandWOOLSEY heardthe soundof gunfire coming from
the upsmlts area. WOOLSEY stated he ran into the 1d1Cbe. t>atbroom and hid with five to six otber people
for 30 minutes to an hour. WOOLSEY stated DustinOORTON and Brett KOSTALNlCK, two of <be
people hidingin tae bathroom. venl1lted out to see if me cafeteria was clear. AfterGORTON and
KOSTALNlCK iadicated it wasclear to 1eave, WOOLSEY m tbrougb the cafereria and outside into the
parkiog lot and tookcoverbehind a car. WOOLSEY saidhe laterran to the soccer field and took cover
ineIde of. policecar. Poltee hiler trllllSpOrled llim overto CaleyCODlt where a triage and holding area was
established. WOOLSEY statedbe did notnoticeanystrange backpacks or bags10 the cerererta,

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Agent
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JC-001· 004768
ASSIGNED TO:
Agent Larry A. Brown, Colol1lllo B""",u of lnvestl,,<>alion, 690 Kipling St., Suile 4Q()O, Denver. CO,
802125,pbooe (303)2394211.

DATEfl'lME of INTERVIEW: Initial interview, April 20, 1999,between 12:30p.m, and 2 p.m,
Follow up interview, April 21, 1999,6:45 p.m,

PLACE of INTERVIEW: NearColumbine High School on Coley0 .. Uttlccon, Co


Follow up interview, telephonic to her residenee

DISPOSITION: lhiERVIEWTHE FOlLOWING;


Tanya L. WORLOCK, DaB: 09-29-82, 1141 S. Webster ST., Littleton,CO. 80128.phone (303) 911-0805

WORLOCKstaredthai she was in the cafeteria Deaf the vending machioos when she beard popping noises
1lI:e tlrecraokim. She saw. person stagger into the cafeteria holding Ills sholllder. When he pUlled hts
band away,she saw lOIS of bloodcomingfrom a wound. A teacher told everyone 10 get on the ground.
WORLOCKstaredsho stayed on the ground fat • ,bart period of time and then looked OUItbe windowand
saw KUlBOl.D on rae bill by the senior p3rldnglot. KLEBOLD was weariaga black trenchcoat, .
camouflage pants,and • ski mask. Sbe was able to recognize KLEBOLD by Ills bait thet W8l! still visible
under the mask, WORLOCK stated she reallzed KLEBOl.D was beading fOI the cafeteriaso she grabbed
BrandiWi""""", by tbe arm and beaded fur the office in the kitcben. According to WORLOCK. there
were 18 people in the kitchen. including two kitchen worUro. Someone in the kitchen called 9I I and
reportedthe lncide", and how manypeople werebidingthere. SWAT team members were ableto evacuate
the grouptwo hourslater.

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W!"R{A'BROWN
Agent
ColoradoBureau of Investigation

JC-001- 004769
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Denver Police Department
STATEMENT
M~ng SCat.trllltnt is:
C Officer
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I h'lVe read tn« foregoing statement and Ihe facrs contained therein are true to the best of my knowledge and bellsf. I
do nor maintain that it contains aU af rhe facts or derails af Ihe incident, but only those facts ebou: which I have been
asked.

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do not mllintain that it ct>ntsins sII Df the fac'" or detaiIB of me incident. but only those facfS about which / have been
asked.

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do not maimain that It contains all of the fact!; or details of the incident, but only those t'lJcts about wltic1l1 have been
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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE rB1 '174A-l:11-57419
JeffcDI 99-7625
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TOBEASKED

r I. Did you e'l'el" seethe two large duffel bags in the cat'etmia 1

2. Did )'011 see au)'One cmying or in the possession crt thoseduffel hags, at a peevious t!l:nIl ? kbf A./t:J?"'" n'4r
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3. Did )'OU seeEricHatrill or DylanKIeboId eitheronMoodayof Tuesday ? What were !beydoing? t:t{)I.jl x:
What did they say? Weretheywith anyone else ? :;;&£ 711~ tHJ ~ ,,~rcUf..5.
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4. Did )'Ou Iea\'\il anything beIlind in thec.a1'ell:ria or anywhere else in the school 1 1/£.J flAt ~ c..<L h
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5. Who were youwith in the cafeteria1 Where were you sittilIg? 5£m.J ;JM.f'A-M.~I r~'I 11.1~
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6. Didyousee or IlIIl< to anyof the TleOCh CoatMafia members onMonday 1 Tuesday? Howaboutthe
priorweekorweemnd? jJo -::.r:;:; J:)fJA..l,. A-sst'JUA-r:E- ..... In/ ~.

8. Whatwere yoo -ms 1 Did you have a back pack 1 What did it look lib llIld I or have in it 1
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10. Wbat time did youent1lt the cafeteria 1 Where did you come from (prior !Xl the cafeteria) ?
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11. Have themmark wIleR they were sitting. Ibeirrouteout of the building and who they were wilb (it
known) ?

12. Can youprovide auy furtber information onthe members of theTrench COal Malia ?

13. Ask the patents if the kidshavetoldthem anything else 1 Diffetent 1 A.J~

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ADDITIONAL WITNESS;

JONATHAN WOYDZIAK. 008/09-17-82


9103 W, Progress Ave.
Littleton, CO 80123

303-972-9334

INVESTIGATION:

On 06-14·99, I wasassigned Lead Number 4087, to Interview Jonathan Woydziak, who was assigned "A" lunch and was a
student at Columbine High School on 04-20-99.

On 06-14-99, at 0920 hours, I contacted the Woydziak residence al303-972-9334, I spokewitha femalewho identified herself
as Jonathan's mother, Shestaledthathe wason his wayout thedoor, but she wouldhave him call me. She also statedthat she
hasa daughter, Whimey Woydziak, who is also a Columbine High School student and she suggested that I interview her ill the
same time. She statedshe wouldhaveboth Whitney and Jonathan call me.

On 06-14-99. at about 1205 hours, I received a pagewiththephone number, 972·9334, At about 12:30 hours, I contacted that
numberand spokewith Jonathan Woydziak. I toldJonathan Woydziak that I wantedto speak to him about Columbine High
School and the incident on 04-20-99, I asked him where he bed beenduring the incident. Woydziak statedthat he hadjust
walked into the school when the incident started. Woydziak slated that his fourth hour doss was a science class with Mr.
Johnson, Woydziak stated that be and a friend finished a test early and leftclassandthe schoolat about 1105 hours. Woydziak
stated he left the science hall,wentdown the stairs and out through the Commons. I asked him ifhe noticed anything unusual
in thecafeteria or Commons. Hestated that it was full, as usual. andthere was nothing unusual about the cafeteria. Woydziak
stated he went withhis friend, Andrew Conand to the Senior Parking Lot, where Conandwas parkedand they left in Conand's
vehicle. Woydziak said he noticed nothing unusual intheparking loteither. Woydziak stated theydrove to McDonald's atPierce

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and Coal Mine, went through the drive-thru and ate the hamburgers in the car coming back to the school. Woydziak statedhe
believes they returned to the school parking lot at about 1115 hours. H. stated that they came in the side doors of the cafeteria,
not through the main entrance of the Commons, He stated Wt as they came inside, they began hearing "popping noises,"
Woydziak staled that kids were saying to run into to the auditorium. He stated that he and his frieod went out the samesidedoors
they had just come in, and ran east bound on the sidewalk,acrossPierce Street,to the park. He stated that he didn't see where
the 00...,' were corning from. Woydziak staled that at the park there were lots of kids and they heard noises that soundedmore
like gunshots. He stated from there, he went to a house,

I asked Woydziak if be knew either Dylan Klebold or Eric Hams and he stared that he did not, bot that he had seen bothof them
previously in the school. I asked him ifhe knew eitherof their cars, He stated that he had seen Klebold's black BMW with the
"Rarnstein" stickers, I asked him if he had seen it on 04-20.99, and he stated that he honestly didn't know, I asked him if'he
.ad seen eitherKleboldor Harris on 04·20·99, and be stated he had not. I asked Woydziak if there was anything he had heard
or seen prior or since the incident that he thought might help and he stated there was not

I askedWoydziak if his sister Whitney Woydziak was home and he stated she was not and stated he would give her a message
[0 contact me.

PISPOSITION; Open, pending fi.trlher investigation,

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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

S'O'PI/LllM!NTAL REPORT

Defendant: Docket Number'


Date: 4-28-99 Case Number: 99A062
Deputy D.A. , Investigator: J.Burkhalter

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Heather Wrabetz, dob ~2-14-83


6435 W. Kingsley Ave.
Littleton, CO 80128
Ph. 303-972-4228

This investigator met with Heather for a follow up interview.


Heather's mother, peggy sat in on the interview.

Heather stated she was in the cafeteria, 4th hour, in the South West
corner, near table K Ii< L, with Matt Sesow and Jennifer Camacho,
Brittany Weeden, Katie Scott, Eraln
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Heather stated she heard a shot from the West door, outside and then
a second shot. She saw a person go down outside after the shot.

At this time Heather stated Mr. Sanders yelled for everyone to get
down and they all went under the tables.

Heather stated she could see a suspect outside. She described him
as a Cauc. Male, 17 - 18 YOA, 6', lanky, blondish/brown hair over
the ears. She stated his face was dark, like he had a mask on. He
was wearing a black trench coat ~~le length, open. She saw a black
shirt and black boots tall enough to reach the bottom of the trench
coat. Heather stated the weapon was in his left hand and he held it
with both hands. It was a long gun like a shotgun and he was
pumping it with his right hand and holding it with his left. The
suspect was looking toward the door of the cafeteria.

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Heather stated she remembers seeing "stuff' on him but she can't
describe it.

Heather went on to say while they were unde:!: the tal:lles, they
started craW.L:1.ng toward the hallway. The met Mrs. Bowen (teacher)
who told them to get out of the school. Heather stated they went
down the l:lusiness hall and out.

Heather stated they all went through the junior parking lot to
Pierce st., and then to a house where she called her mother. She
stated the house she went to is Eric Long's house, a student.

Heather stated ABC Or CBS was at Leawood school when she went there
~,d they interviewed her and it was reported on TV.

Heather stated the only person she knows who drives a white Ford
Bronco is Chris Lucas a freshman. She doesn't think he is a TCM
member.

Heather stated she didn't. see Or hear any bombs. She st.ated the
sprinkler system didn't go off while she was in the cafeteria.

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and papers. She had her prescription glasses with a champagne frame
and house keys with neon pink and green keys, the key chain is a
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On 04-26-99. Special Agent Barnett and I went to 5391 SouthGarland Way in Littleton for the purpose of interviewingAaron
James Wright,dob/03-30-82. who resides at the above address.

On 04-26-99, at 1550 hours, an interview was conducted with witness Wright. with his parents present. The following is a
summaryof that interview.

Wriglnstatedon 04-20-99, he was attendingColumbine High School, and that he arrived at school at approximately 8:45 a.m.
(3rd period). After leaving 3rd period, he went to his History class. Wright.stated after 4th periodHistoryat II: 10a.m.. he went
10 his vehicleand dropped off his backpack as he always does, at space #206, in the southwest parking lot At approximately
11:15a,m.. Wrightsaw Eric Harris coming along the sidewalk by thecafeteria,walking west towards the stairs. Wrightstated
Harris waswearing a trench coat, and he stated he identifiedhim by knowinghim by past acquaintance. Wright stated Harris
..as carryingwhat he described as a sports or athletic bag,approximately 18to 24 inches long, and about 12 inches wide, black
in color,somewhat square. Wrightstatedit appeared the bagwas veryheavy,and Harriswas carryingit with two hands. Wright
stated he then walked into the cafeteria leaving Harris continuingto walk on the sidewalk now northbound. Wright staled he
believe. he sat at table "M" when shown a diagram of the cafeteria. Wright further described Eric Harris as wearing a black
trench coat, black pants, and black boots, Wrightstated he was seated at the lunch table with the following students: Spencer
Wright (hi. brother), Daniel Grangerly, Seth Dubois, Mike Huntington, Brian Fuselier, Casey Jackman, and Philip Secrest.
WrightstaledWhile lookingout the window of the cafeteria towards the Senior parking lot, he observed Chad Lofland, a friend
of hi",standing by the car owned by ChadLofland. WithLofland wasTimCastle,and Dan (unknown last name). Wrightfurther
explainedhe saw Chad Lofland leave with those individual. in Lofland's vehicle, at which time Lofland's vehicle confronted
Dylan Klebold's black BMW in the parkinglane. at whichtime Lofland had to backhis vehicle up to let Klebold pass. Wright
stated at approximately 11:18 a.m., he observed students standing in the corner by the vending machine all drop down in a
crouchingposition. Wright stated at about this time, he and others al his table got under the table and they heard yelling and
screaming by students. Wrighlstatedeverybody startedusingthe stairs to exitthe cafeteria, Wrightstatedhe crawledto the rebel
comer and ran down zhe hall towards the Spanish rooms, which is the southeast rooms lower level. Wright stared once inside
'he Spanish room,he attemptedto dial 9-1-1 and gota busysignal. Wright stated while in the Spanishroom, he wastold by Mrs,

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Wright stared he recalledan incidentapproximately a month ago;wherein Seniorsat the Columbine High Schoolwerewalking
behindEricHarris at which time these Seniors(namesunknown} made statements towards Harris, such as, "The war is over,
you can go borne." Wright said he overheardEric Harrisrespond, "Shut up assholes."

WrightstatedOIl Thursday, 04-22-99, he talked withMegan Minger, a student at Columbine High School, who told himshe had
seen Eric Harris outside the school by the west entranceprior to the incident.

Wrightstaled he believes the total time he was in the school was approximately six to eight minutes.

DlsPosmON: Open, pending further investigation.

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WUJCIKOWSKJ, STEPHANIE, 008: 3/30/83
11465 San Joaquin Ridge
Littefton, CO80128
Ph: 303·979·7099

CONTROL NUMBER: 3161

INVESTIGATION:
On 5/11199, I met with Stephanie Wujcikowski at her residence reference the shooting at Columbine High
ScheoL I asked Stephanie if she was in the cafeteria on the day of the shooting and she said yes, she was.
At this lime I brought out a diagram of the cafeteria and asked her to circle the table where shewas silting,
She saidthe table where she was silting was not on the diagram and showed me the area in which she was
sitting. I drew4 tableson the map towards the stairs. Stephanie said she was sitting at one table, she
could not remember which one, and circled two of the tables. Stephanie said she was not actually silting at
the table, but her backpack was there. Stephanie said shewas standing by the table and marked on the
rna 'here shewas standing. I asked Stephanie if she could teli me what happened that day. She said
she was in the cafeteria and observed everyone stand up and then heard a girl say "they have a gun".
Stephanie said that once she heard that she ran outside the cafeteria and looked back into the cafeteria
once she was outside. Stephanie said she did not see anything In the cafeteria, but she heard two shots
and one explosion. I askedwhere the shets were coming from, insideor out, and she said she did not know
for sure. Stephanie said that she stayed next to the building and ran towards Leewood Park. I asked
Stephanie If she heard any shets being flIed While she wasrunning and she said, yes, she did. Stephanie
said that she also heard that the suspects were shooting into Leewood Park. I asked where she heard this
from and she said just from other students that were in the Park. Stephanie told me that she had spoken to
numerous students that said that the shooters came in by the stairway door. She said that is not correct,
as she was standing there and no one came in by her. She believes that they came in on the west end of
the cafeteria. I askedStephanie if she had seen who was doing the shooting and she said no, she did not.
I asked if she remembered seeing two large duffelbags In the cafeteria and she said, no. I asked if she
remembered seeing anyonecarrying or in possession of two duffel bags and she said, no. I asked if she
remembered seeing Dylanor Eric on Mondayor Tuesday and she again said, "no". I asked if she left
anything behind in the cafeteria and she said she left her purple Eddie Bauerbackpack with her school
books and contents. I asked If she had seen or talked to anyof the Trench Coat Mafia members on
Monday or Tuesday and she said "no". I asked if she heard anything from anyone reference the suspects,
bomb making or buying of guns. Stephanie said the onlything she has heard was from a gin in the Park
whom she did not know, whe said she saw four people in the school shooting. I asked if she had any idea
who this girl was and she said, no. Stephanie said s~ heard from another s~udent (one she did not
knc that they had heardone of the shooters say,. . . .e're not finished yer. I asked Stephanie If she
could remember who said that, and she said no, she could not.
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I asked Stephanie what she was wearing that dayand she said she had on black pants, a blue tanktop
and a black sweater. I asked Stephanie what time sheentered the cafeteria and she said approximately
11:15, I asked her what class she was coming from and she said 'Math', I asked Stephanie if she uses
the Intemetand she said she does at her~er's house. I asked if she has a screen name and she says
that she uses"F space BAILEE space 7". I asked her if she knows anyone with a double pierced eyebrow
and she seid"no', I asked her If she remembers hearing any unusual announcements priorto the shooting
and she said that she has been told by other students that therewas an announcement reference "Ioday's
~olng to be a bed day", but she didn't hear it. I asked if she could provide any further information on the
Trench Coat Mafia and she said "no', I asked Stephanie if there was any other information she could
Jro\lide that would assistwith this Investigation and she said not that she can remember. I ga\le Stephanie
)ne of my business cards and asked that shecall me with any further information. At this time the intelView
with Stephanie was concluded,

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ASSIGNED TO,
Agent Larry A Brown, Colorado Bureaucf Investigation, 690 Kipling St, Suire 4000, Denver, CO,
802125,phone(303) 239-4211.

DATEIfIME oflNTERVIEW: Initial interview, April 20, 1999, between 12:30p.m. and 2 p.m.
Follow up interview, April n, 7,15 p.m,

PLAcE of INTERVIEW, Initialinterview, near Columbine High School on Caley cr., Uttleron, CO
Follow up interview. telephonic to her residence

D1sposmON, INTERVIEW TIlE FOLLOWING,


LindsayK. WYANT, DOB: 01-23413, 6Sl7 S. Ammon. cr, Littleton, CO,80123. phone (303) 972-2383

WYANT statedshe was in !be cafeterianear !be _ g machine. when she healllgunshots coming from
outside. A teacher toldeverycneto gel oownon !be floor. WYANT stated she got on !be floor and stayed
there until a kitchen employee told herand severalotllerstudents to co,,", into heroffice and hide.
Someone in theoffice called91l and reponed the incident to the police. According to WYANT, there
were approximately 18 people hiding in the olllce. She stateda SWATteamarrivedafter approximately
two haws and escortedtaemout of the building. WYAlIT eventually was transported 10 Caley CT. where
she was released.

WYANT statedsee was seated at a table near the vending machine. duringlunch. According to WYANT
lbe people ,itt:illg at her table were:
BrandiWISEMAN
Britllllly DAVIES
JamieMUNKEBY
TiffanySPIVAK
Jean (last nameunkacwa,boyfriendof SPIVAK)
TashoNYGARD

ViYANT Stated she did DOl noticeany other backpacks or hogs other than the ODeS that were with her group
of mends. WYANT said shedid oat see anyoee sbootillg weaponsor throwing bombs. WYANTstated
she only hoard the gunfire andexplosices.

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WYANT, LINDSEY, 008: 1/23/83
6577 SouthAmmons Ct.
Littleton, CO 80123
Ph: 303-972-2383

CONTROL NUMBER: 3160

lNVESTIGAnON:
On 5/12/99, I met with LindseyWyant al her residence reference the Columbine shooting. I asked Lindsey
if she was in the cafeteria during lhe shooling and she said, yes, she was. I broughtout a sketch of the
cafeteria and askedthat she circlewhere she was in the cafeteria. Lindsey circled table "AAA" and placed
an "x" where she was sitting. I asked Lindsey if she could explain to me what had happened that day.
Lindsey said she went to a vending machine with Brandy Wiseman, and there was nothing in the machine
that she wanted. This was the machine located by the stairway, so she lhen went to the vending machine
localed by lhe food line and while there, she heard a male say"gel off of me" and then the male said "I'm
shot, I can't feel anything-. Lindsey said lhat she looked outsideand saw a male leying on the ground.
LI ey said beforeshe heard the comments, she heard gunshots from outside, but did not knowwhere
they came from. Lindsey said after this she heard a teacher telling everyone to gat out of the cafeteria.
Lindsey said she ran into the kitchen area and then intothe cook's office. Lindsey said that she was In the
cook's officewith numerous other students and they closed and barricaded the door so no one could get in.
Lindsey said there were numerous people knocking on the door trying to get in, but they did not let anyone
in, as they did not know if they were the shooters or just other students trying to get into the office. Lindsey
said shewas in the office for approximately two and a halfto three hours until the SWAT team got them
out. I asked Lindsey if she heard any shooting of any explosions While in the office and she said she heard
shots being fired from above (the library area) and also heard shots coming from the cafeteria area.
Lindsey said that when the SWATteam got them out of the office, they ranthroughthe cafeteria to a
window. Theythen crawled out the window and ran nextto the wall of the school to a fire truck, where they
were taken out of the area. I asked Lindsey if she ever sawwho was doing the shooting and she said, no,
she did not. 1asked Lindsey if she saw two large duffelbags in the cafeteria and she said, no. I asked if
she knewwho Eric and Dylan were and she said, no, she did not. She said she hed seen them around
school, but did not know them. I asked if she had seen them on Monday or Tuesdayand she said, no, she
had not. I asked Lindsey if she left anything in the cafeteria when she ran out of there. She said she left a
backpack which contained booksby the labie where she was silting. I asked If she had seen or talked to
any of the Trench Coat Mafia on Monday or Tuesdayand she said "no". I asked if she heardanything from
~ing other suspects, bombs being made, or buying of guns. She said she heard a rumor that
. . . . . . . . . was a part of this and had left before the shooting. I asked who told her this and she said it
was just a rumor that she had heard. I asked if she remembers what she was wearing that day and she
Sf he had on a blue shirt and khaki shorts. I asked what time she entered the cafeteria and she said
approximately 11:15 a.m.
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