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I asked where she was coming from and she said her Math class. I asked Lindsey if she usesthe Inteme!
and she said "yes". I asked if she has a screen nameand she said il is "A, F. space Q space T, space EE.
space 1". I askedif she recalled seeing anything on the Inlemetreference the shooting before or afterthis
happened. She said she didn't seeanything on the Internet before, but she has seen E mails on there now
that state howsorrypeople are that this happened and how sorry they are aboutwhat happened to the
students. I asked Lindsey if she knows anyone with a double pierced eyebrow and she said, no, she did
not. I asked her if she remembers seeing or hearing any unusual announcements priorto the shooting.
She said sheheard from someone that there was an announcement something to the effect that thlswas
going to be "a crazyday". I asked if she had anyinformatiOn on the Trench Coat Mafia and she said she
really doesn't know anything aboutthe mafia except that it was bigger last yearthan It is this year. I asked if
she had anyfurther Information that she could remember thatwould help our investigation and she said. no.
$hedid not. I gave Lindsey one of my business cards and asked that shecall me with any further
information. Shesaid that she would. AI this timethe interview with Lindsey was concluded.

The following students were sitting with Lindsey at herlable:


Brandy Wiseman ./
Brian Davies /
Ti ySpevak/
Ann Marie KellV:
Trisha Nygard '/
James Nunkebuy'

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, . LAKEWOOD PoueE DEPARTMENT SUPPUMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
• ~CTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 05/11/99
_.'FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOLTASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3041. FBI: 174A-DN5Z419. JCSO: CR #99-7625

SUSPECTS: ERIC HARRIS


DYLAN KLEBOLD

WITNESS: Yager, Daniel deb: 5/15/83


9956 W. Progress PI
Littleton. Colorado 80128
303-978-0267

CherilYager (mother)
9956 W. Progress PI
Littleton, Colorado 80128
303-978-0267

Raymond Yager (father)


9956 W. Progress PI
Littleton, Colorado 80128
303-978-0267
303-446-8862 (vvk)

INVESTIGAnON:
On 5/10/99 I was assigned Information Control Number DN3041 for follow up investigation. The information
control narrative statedthat Johnny Strobble indicated that Daniel Yagerwas with him in the cafeteria.

On 5/11199 I responded to 9956WestProgress Place andinterviewed Daniel Yager and his father, Raymond
Yager. DanielYager confirmed that he was in the school cafeteria when this incident occurred.

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LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
"'CTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 05/11/99
_iFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3041. FBI: 174A-DN57419. JCSO: CR #99·7625

Yager staledthat his sister, Rachael, drove him to school on 4120/99 and that he arrivedat school at
approximately 7:20am. He enteredthe schoolthrough the mainentrance and went to his locker, which is
number 3, and is located by the stairwellwhichleadsto the commons by the auditorium. He said that he loaded
his backpack for the morning and then went to the gymnasium to meet with some friends. He says thatbe bas
firsthour off and from the gymnasium, aftermeeting with his friends, he went downto the commons. When he
viewed the maps, be couldn't identifyexactlywhichtablehe sat at during first hour, but thought that it mightbe
table ce, 00, PP, or BBD. He said that for the firsthalf of the first hour he was by himself and did homework,
and then he was met by his friendsZack Thompson, Jeff Albason, and Zack Ziccardi. He said that after first
hour be bas math in the math wing in the upper level. He wentdirectly to math for second hour and didnot stop
at his locker. Yager said that he did not notice any largeduffle bagsor backpacksin the cafeteriathat were
unattended during first hour, and did not notice any suspicious activity in the cafeteriaduring that time.

From second hour Yager went to his third hour classwhich is Science in the main level, and then fromhis
Scienceclass he went to his lockerbefore his fourth hourgym classin the gymnasium. He said that they
usuallyallowthem to leave the gym class early so theycan get to theirnext class,which in his case is the
"A" lunch. He said that he traveledthroughthe school, passed his locker, and into the commons area. He said
that he firstentered the cafeteria and went to table JJ and then on to his table whichhe initiallythoughtwas Z.
He then provideda list of students that were at the table with him. Thosestudents included Joe Tran,Josh
Halder, Tom Clagett, Tim Matheson, Zack Thompson, and Scott Streeb. I checkedthesenames on the
backpack list and found that their packs were actuallyfound near table X and Q. I referred Yagerback to the
map and he did changehis locationto table X sayingthatnow thathe remembers it, he was sitting in between
the pillars more into the middle of the cafeteria.

Yageralso recallednow that he had purchasedhis lunchandthat he'd purchased it fromthe service line and that
he had purchased chicken teriyaki, He said that he was sittingwith his friends and thathe was eating his lunch

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JC·001· 004805
LAKlWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPI.IMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: GiORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99·38856
'"<:TIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 05/11/99
'" .FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMAnON CONTROL NUMBER: DN3041, FBt: 174A·DN57419. JCSO: CR #99.7625

and he had his back towards the west windows when suddenly he turned around and saw that all the students
were under theirtables. He said about this time, Mr. Sanders came in throughthe area by the faculty loungeand
was yellingto get down! get down! as he ran through the cafeteria. Yager said that he did gel under his table
and that shortly after that there was a panickedrush to the stairs. He said that he grabbed his backpack and
jumped over tables and over students, and went with the flow of students towards the stairwell, He said that
when he got to the top ofthe stairs, he heard wbat he describedas four distinctive gun shots. He said that the
gun shots sounded as if they were coming from the cafeteria area behind him and not from upstairs. He said
that when he reached the top of the stairs he turned and ran eastbound down the main corridor and then out
through the doors across the street into Leawood Park. He said that once he got across the street, and into the
park, he met up with several ofhis friends, and that they heard what he believed were explosions coming from
inside the school. He said that in the park he was with JQe Tran and Josh Halder. He estimated that it was
....,JI'Oximately ten minutes before he heard the explosions and that he recalls hearing six distinct explosions that
were muffled and sounded like they were coming from inside the school. He said at that point, he and his
friends decided they would go home. He went to one ofhis friend's house in the neighborhoodand called his
parents.

Yager took his backpack with him out ofthe school and didn't leave anything behind in the cafeteria. He was
wearingjeans and a red Abercrombie shirt and no bat.

Yager said that he was familiar with the group known as the trench coat mafia prior to the incident at the school.
He said he thought that they were more like Goth people. He said that he never had any problems with them,
but had heard that the athletes gave them "crap". He said that he was never presentwhen this happened, he only
heard it through other students. He said that he knew Dylan Klebold by sight because he had been in a weight
class that he took during his Freshman year. He said that Klebold was a quiet kid and didn't have any problems
within the class and he characterized him as nice while he was in the class. He said he was quiet and didn't

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JC..o01- 004806
LAKEWOOD PoueE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
IEPORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99·38856
'''CTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT; 05/1 f/99
.FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICI
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3041, FBI: 174A·DN57419, JCSO: CR #99.7625

make friends and did not say anything in the class. Yager bas had no direct run-ins or confrontations with the
trench coat mafiamembers.

Yagersays that he does have Internetaccessat home, however he does not have an ICQ account and he doesnot
access any of the trench coat mafia Web sites. He did say that he was presentduring secondhour math for the
RebelNews Network and the thought of the day was "you wishyou weren't here 4120, 4120". He saidhe didn't
think much of the message at the time sinceoccasionally there are goofy messages put on the Rebel News
Network. Yager also does not know anyonewitha double pierced eyebrow. The only additional information
be couldprovideon the trench coat mafia was that he knewthey didn't like the athletes and suspected it was
because they were picked on by the athletes. Yagercould add no further information to the investigation.

. JDITIONAL WITNESSES:
1. Joe Tran,/
2. Josh Halder,;'
3. Tom Clagett ,/
4. Tim Matheson ,/
5, Zack Thompson ,/
6. Scott Streeb ,/

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is between the math and social studies rooms. She said she was going
to hide in one of the math rooms but decided to run out of the
building when she heard the fire alarm sound. She exited the school
at the east end of the hallway and ran into Leawood Park.

Kirsten advised thet she did not know Brie Harris, Dylan
Klebold, or any of their friends. She said she knew of no rumors or
talk of any kind which would have indicated that this incident was
going to occur. She had no further information.

Investigation continues.

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June 2, 1999 Ca.e Jl'ulllber' 174A-DN57419
99-7625
CN 3163
Deputy D.A.: II1ve. t i.gator, Lauck

Kirsten Yormg
5457 S. Independence St.
Littleton, CO., 80123
303/979-6853

cas student, cafeteria witness

On June 1, 1999 this investigator met with Kirstin Young at her


residence. Present during this interview was her mother, Judith
Young.

Kirsten advised that she entered the cafeteria at apProximately


11,15 a.m. after stopping at her locker by the gym at the end of her
fourth hour class. She said she got her lunch from the lunch counter
and sat down at a table with several of her friends. She was shown a
sketch of the cafeteria and indicated that she had been at the table
marked ·X.· She identified others at the table as: RACHAEL ERBERT,
BRIANNE ZIMMER, KIM WALLENBERG and CRYSTAL MEANNEY. (sp?) She stated
that just after she sat down, she heard one of the teachers tell
everyone to get down - she thought that teacher was Mr. Craigler.
She said they did get down under their table and after about thirty
seconds, many of the students began to run towards the cafeteria
stairs. She decided to follow them and recalled that when she
reached the top of the stairs. she heard some explosions and saw a
great deal of smoke. She stated that she ran down the hallway which

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ZELE, S.

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JlPPBRS05 COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORHBY'S OPPICB

StlPl!'LBllBNTAL mOllT

Defendant. Docket Number,


Dllte. May 15, 1999 Case Number. 174A-DN57419
99-7625
eN 3164
Deputy D .A•• Investigator, Lauck

*************.******************************************************

Shannon Zele
7079 W. Walker Ave.
Littleton, CO., 80127
303/904-3015

CHS student, cafeteria witness.

on May 15, 1999, this investigator met with Shannon Zele at her
residence. Present during the interview was her mother, Janet
Lebreche.

soanncn advised that she arrived in the cafeteria at


approximately 11:15 a.m., after her fourth hour spanish class which
was in the language arts hall on the same level as the cafeteria.
She said that she went to the center table in the Rehel Corner area
which would be table "B." Others at her table were: Amy Staley,
Elaine Miller, Isiah Salazar, David Schulte, B.J. Secord, and
possibly, Jason Hensley. She said that after about ten minutes, she
saw many of the students standing up and looking outside to the
west. She thought there was a fight but then heard one of the
students say, "somebody's got a gun." At the same time, she heard
one of the janitors tell everyone to get down under the tables. She
said that many of the students in the commons area d~d get down but
many began to run to the stairs. She stated that her friends ran out
the door at the entrance to the Rebel Corner to the student parking

1 JC.o01. 004821
lot. Shannon began to run toward the stairs when her friend, Paul
Freeman grabbed her and urged her to go with him. She and Paul and
Elaine Miller ran down the language arts hallway into one of the
classrooms at the far east end. She believed there were about twenty
other people in the room. She said that after about five or ten
minutes, she heard explosions and or shots but could not tell where
they were coming from. She said that one of the teachers who was in
the room with them went out of the room to see if it was safe. As it
appeared to be, they all ran out and exited through a door and ran
to Polk St. where they found shelter in a house Which is used for
seminary classes. Shannon said that she and several of her friends
decided to walk home.

Shannon advised that her brother, Jeremy is also a stUdent at


Columbine. She said that at the time of this incident, he was at
Southwest Plaza in the food court. He has not yet been interviewed.

Shannon stated that she did know who Eric Harris was. She said
he came into the International House of Pancakes (Bowles Crossing)
one day when she was working there and spent time talking to
NATALIE STOWE. She said that BROOKS BROWN worked there also. She
advised that she saw Natalie at one of the funerals follOWing this
incident and made a comment to her about her knowing Harris. She
said Natalie made a remark like, "don't remind me." Shannon said that
she believes Natalie had been a close friend of Eric Harris.

Shannon stated that she did not know any of the trench coat
mafia members. She said she heard no rumors relating to this
incident. She that on that day, she had been wearing blue jeans and
a white and blue tank top.

Investigation continues.

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Date

2 JC.001·004822
** UPDATED APRIL 28, 1999 **
TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

1. Did you ever see tlle two large dutfeI bags in the ca:fetetill ? "".,

2. Did you seemyOlle cmying or in tilePQs.;cssion of dlosedutfeI bags, at a previous lime 1 A114

3. Didyou see Edc Ha1ris or Dy!alI Klebold either on Monday ofTuesday? Wbat were tlley doing? NO
WIw didthey say? We:re tbcy with ""yoM ,,!lie ?

4. Didyouleave mydling bellilldin tbcca!eteria oranywlll:ree/$e in tlle scilool? 6l"'l:. M .. K,'~

5. Who ...... youwith in tlle caiell!ria? Where ~ you silIillg 1 (I. et•.\e-
6. Did youseeor talk to any of tlle Ttelld1 Coat MafIa members on Monday? Tuesday 1 How abouttlle "'" 0
prior week or weeJoend ?

7. Have you!:ellrd 3llytllillg fromanybody el.lie about other suspec1lI, b<lmb mllldlIg, gun buying, etl:.? N;)

s. W1w ...... y<lu ~g? Did you havea bacltpacl<; ?Wbatdid itlookl.i.l<ll311dl or have in it ? Mr" r
9. Howdidyouleave tlle Cllfilteria or die building? What were die events thai: made you leave ? II

10. Wbatlime did you = tile Cllf=ria ? Where did you c= from (prior to the c:lfelerial ? If

11. Ha"" them marl< wbenl they ...... sitlin& their rout: out of tllebuilding and wholl1 ,""y were with (if V-
known) ?

12. How did you exit tlle buildillg? Wb""'did you go when you got out and wba< did yousee on the {1.f"~ r"
outside of '"" building ?

@Do you usethe In:em,,,? Ii so, what i$ your S<:l'eOll ll'I""'? Do you havean ICQ (ak:L: I seekyou I -----
similar to a chat account?
limt)

®Do you know anybody with a "double pieteed eyebrow" ? "" )

15. Did you see or bear anyunusua!3llOOUIlcemenlS prior to the shootinp? Do y<lu cow what the N' 0
"Thoagh£ of the day wa.s" overdie Rebel News N"""orX (1!.NN) ?

17. Askdie pllmltS if the ltid1l have toldthemanytllillg e!lie? Differ:ellt?

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ZICCARDI, N

JC-001· 004825
JD'P'ERSON COllNTY DISTlUCT ATTORNEY' S OPPICE

Defendant: (Col1J.l1\bine shooting) Docket NuIIlber: 99A062 (CC)


Date, 051399 Case NuIIlb61r: 99-7625
Deputy D.A.: Investigator: Mike Heylin

.*****************************************-********+****************

WITNESS:

Nicole Ziccardi DOB: 061284


7374 W. Walden Dr.
Littleton, CO 80123
303-973-1442
c/o mother; Mary Ziccardi (w) 303-982-3820
father; Greg Ziccardi (w) 303-973-2313
-CBS student; backpack was left at table KK, was in line at Rebel
Corner when shooting began; had walked to Rebel Corner with a Tori
Owens; ducked under table by Rebel Corner when shooting hegan;' was
with Katie Jorgenson, Valarie Mar, and Margo Brown in the Rebel
Corner area prior to shooting; ran to southeast corner foreign
language room with others for 30 minutes prior to leaving the
school; said student Leigh Kamens took leadership role in thet
classroom prior to everyone leaving; ran to Mormon house and heard a
Dawn Muirhead say that she saw a girl get shot outside; heard John
Savage at the Mormon house after the shooting telling other students
that he was in the library during the shooting and thet Dylan
Klebold told him thet he was, 'Just killing people,· and that he
heard the "nigger" comment made to victim Isaiah Shoels in the
library prior to his death; heard two girls named Tiffany (~~) and
Tessa Nelson talking about being in a girl's bathroem when a suspect
other than Klebold and Harris came in there and shot the mirrors; no
suspect or duffle bag information

:r.NVSSTIGATION:
JC-001· 004826
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On May 12, 1999 at 1732 !:tours ! contacted Nicole Ziccardi at her
horne for an interview. Her mother was present. Nicole then told me
the following:

.. She is a freshman at Columbine High. Since the sl:tocting, she
has enro:).led at Denver Lutheran High School. She has a brother,
Zach, who is a sophomore at Columbine and is now with his class at
Chatfield High.

.. When asked about Eric Harris, she said that she has never seen
him nor heard of his name before.

.. When asked about Dylan Klebold, she said t.hat. she has a Team
Sports class wit.h him last semester. She said that he would play
dodge ball in the class and that he played very hard and always had
a • sneer" on his face that seemed to her to be a hateful look.
Several people in the class referred to him as the, "Jolly Green
Giant. " She has also seen Dylan this semester in the halls from
time to time.

.. She said that she used to see another student that wore a
t.rench coat that looked like Dylan Klebold. She said that she used
to get the two of them mixed up because they looked so much alike.
She said that both Dylan and the other student were tall, wore the
black trench coats, and would wear black ball caps on l:lackwards.
She said the one student who was not Dylan had a different
complexion. Upon looking at the yearbook, she identified the other
student who looked like Dylan as Robert Perry.

... When asked, she has never heard of


or She did not know any of the associa.tes
of the students who wore the trench coats. She only saw Dylan and
the other student wear the trench coats but she never saw Dylan and
the other student together.

... She thought the trench coat students were just a group at
school.
JC-001· 004827
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.. When asked, she never saw any trench coat student or associate
at school the day of the shooting. She also saw no suspicious
obj eccs at school that day. When asked specifically, she saw no
duffle bags.

.. She said that there was a suspicious "phrase of the day" from
the Rebel NeWEl Network (RNN) the day of the shooting. The message
is usually played between 1st and 2nd periods. She could not
remember the exact message but thought it had to do with the day
being a "bad day" and that the students "don I t want to be here
today."

.. on the day of the shooting, she was wearing a white an<:i brown
tank-top, jeans and brown sandals.

.. On the day of the shooting, she had Mr. Mosier's science class
for 4th hour. After getting out at 11:10 a.m., she walked to the
cafeteria with a friend named Tori Owens. She placed her backpack
on a chair at the table she was going to sit at. She said her
friends usually take the three tables next to the stairs. From the
diagram. she identified the table she placed her backpack at as KK.
This was confirmed by the backpack list. She did not know who was
sitting at that table when she left.

,/
.. She then walked to Rebel Corner with Katie Jorgenson for a
bagel. The store did not have any so she walked back to the table.
She then decided to go bacll: to Rebel Corner for a muffin. She was
in line at Rebel Corner with Valarie Maland Margo Brown:/'

.. She did not know what was going on, but everyone was getting
under the tables. She got under one of the middle tables in the
hallway outside Rebel Corner. She said a custodian was yelling for
people to get down and that the custodian may have mentioned
something about a gunman. She thought Mr. Sanders came down from
the stairs, but she was not sure.

JC-ll01·004828
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* After being under the table for about 30 seconds, she said that
everyone then began running out of the cafeteria up the stairs. She
hung on to Margo's backpack and they ran down the hallway and to the
southeast corner classroom in t:he foreign language area. She said
that 20 other students and 3 unknown female t:eachers wound up in
that classroom. The blinds were shut and the lights turned off.
She said they all hid under desks.

* She then heard what she thought were gunshots coming from the
upstairs area. She heard about 5 shots at first.

* She said a student in the room, Leigh Kamens, took a leadership


role while they were in the classroom and tried to keep everyone
calm. She thought that it was Leigh that suggested they all leave
the room and go out the south exit door next to the room. They had
spent about 30 minutes in the room prior to running out.

* She saw no suspects. She remembered hearing noises, but was


too scared at the time so she did not remember hearing anything
specific while in the classroom.

* She and the others ran south and east to the Mormon house at
Polk and Pierce St. Once there she heard several students talking
about what they saw.

* She said a John Savage (did not know John, identified him from
the yearbook) was telling students that he was in the library when
the students were shot there. He said that Dylan lUebold told him
he was in the library, "Just killing people.· He also talked about
the suspects making a racial comment, "nigger," to Isaiah Shoels
before he was shot. She said that police officers talked to John
and that he identified Dylan and Eric as the shooters.

* She said a Dawn Muirhead told her that she saw a girl get shot
outside the school.

4 JC-001- 004829
• She said that two girls, a Tiffany (last name unknown> and a
Tessa Nelson, were talking about being in a bathroom in the school
when a suspect other than Dylan lUebold or Eric Harris came in and
shot the mirrors.

She called her mother from the Mormon bouse.

This concluded my interview with Nicole Ziccardi.

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ZL'!MER, BRIANNE

JC-001. 004832
FBI #4-0N-57419
JEFFCO CASE #99·7625
CONTROL#3739

BRIANNE ZIMMER
5466 S. Everett Way
Littleton, CO. 80123
303.9326407

05/21199, 1415 hrs. Brianne Zimmer was interviewed by Detective S.C. Shott #72049
(DPO) in her home at 5466 S. Everett Way.

Ms. Zimmer stated that she had completed her 411l period French class at l1:lOAM and
walked directly to the cafeteria. When she got there, she met up with her friends. who
she identified as Rachel Erbert, Kristen Young, Crystal Enney and Kim Wallenberg,
They all sat at the table she identified as table X on the seating chart. Ms. Zimmer said
that she was not aware that anything was wrong until she saw everyone around her
ducking under the tables. She said that she and her friends did the same and at that time
she could hear what sounded like gunshots or explosions. She remained under the table
for approximately 30 seconds then she ran out of the cafeteria through the main entrance
then up the stairs towards the library. She said that she and her group were probably the
last ones to leave the cafeteria and run up the stairs. Ms. Zimmer said that she ran past
the library then down a hallway past the choir room when she tripped and fell. While she
was getting up, she could hear gunshots coming from behind her and down the stairs.
She said that she got up and continued running down the hallway past the math hall when
she saw Mr. Tank and Mrs. Dimann.a telling everyone to leave out the door and leave the
school grounds. Ms. Zimmer said that she dropped her backpack on the ground near the
math offices before she left the grounds. She described her pack as a black "Eastpack"
that has several key chains attached. Ms. Zimmer said that after leaving the school
grounds,she ran across S. Pierce Sr. and did not stop until she arrived at Leawood Park.

Ms. Zimmer said that she did not see a black duffelbag in the cafeteria on the day of the
incident, nor did she see anyone bringing one in. She does not know either Eric Harris or
Dylan Klebold personally nor has she ever seen them. She said that she never heard of
the Trench Coat Mafia until seeing them on the news. Ms. Zimmer said that while
attending Chatfield HS. she heard rumors that ~d _ _may have
been involved; however, she did not actually hear anyone who s~ personally
witnessedanyone shooting a weapon.

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ZIRGER, J.
REPQRTDATE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL CASE NO.
May10,1999 STATEOF COLORAOO 99-7625

TYPEOF REPORT REPORT BY AREA


!'ro!l""" lnv. Gaty Clyman Jefferson County
NATURE OF CASE
CQLUMIHNE HIGH SCHOOL I HOMIClD:E
INTERVIEW OF JEAN PAULZ1RGER (CBSSTUDENT I CAFETERIA)

1. On April 28, 1999l weD! to Ille Zirger~ 6763 W.RoxbuIy PI., Littletoll, CO 80128,
(303) 972-8306, for Ille I"JIllO'l'i' of interviewing l'rnnkZirgot. an associaIe of Eric l:J:atm, DylanK1ebold
and olbers of !bat group. After interviewing FIwlk, MIll. Zirger ~!bat 1inlerview bet youtlger son.
JeanPaul (Paul), • was preselltal Colutllbille High School(CHS)alU lime oillle sbooling.

2. PllllIZirgot (DOB: 10lO4I83,15 yeatS old) is a 9· gtllde Sllldent at CBS,Ibisbeinghis second year at !bat
"'llooI. He does llOl know, _ bas he ever mot, EricHams ocDylan KIebold. He hadbecome familiar
with theircars ...,;"g beeaidoolified to himby odlers (i.e, hisbrolher l'rnnk).

3. On April 20, 1999 Panl and hisbrolher l'rnnkgot a ride to CBS with Brian. Sargent, arri';"i III about 1:00
am, at wbich lime he sal for. wbilowith hisbrolher unlilleaving for his first b.our class, Paul go' out of
4" hour at 11:10 am, arrivingat tileoafl:tcria at approximately 11:15 am, when:> he sat on a beechinside
neat the interior..._ce '11lle were a 101 of ollle< _ in Ille caf_ and all tile tables were full.
Paul was sitting with two liiends, Jeremy Smith ( . was cmyIng a blue notebook binder), and Mike
l..angbemy (cmylng a green backpacl<).

4. Paul said !bat shonly after arri,;", in the ~ heteeaIled !bat teaebIn (namo(s) unknown). can>e in,
relllng e"""YOO" to get down becao.le of SOIIlOll1ing golng on Qutside. At !bat lime, Paul and b.is two ftIends
rnnoutof rile caietllria with everyone else. and him rile audillltium. PaulIOOl< his bock:pacl< with him,

5. Paul said tbat upon_g the..ditoriwn. hernnto Ille top of Ille steps. and with otherStUdents, ran tc
the main front elll:rOIlCe,at wb.icb.1ime he sawa lot ofbt'oken glass fromtiledoors, He neversawany
shooters, oordid bebear anygonsIlolS or explosiOllS, even wbilo in Ille cafeteJia. (See ao:a<:lJed map)

6. UpooexitiDg the scaool.Paul ranroalIiond's (name lUllmown) carparkodinCletnelltPllrl< (Toyota


Corrolla). Fromthere begot a ride home, where beletb.ismom know tbatbe was okay,lUld menleft with
Brijin (U.'U), a lOt" grade flielld ofb.is and b.is brother's. Wber1 tiley arrived at her bouse, they got her car
and left to looHor FIwlk, They Iocared himin tile vicinity ofK<m Cutyl(S_), and returned bome.

1. Pauldidnotnotice anything IlIlllSUll1 intilecafe..... prior to Ibis incident, including any large duffel bogs,
anddoes oat recall seeing anyone wearing ttellChcoals tbatday.

8. Paullroew sllooliog victiDls Danny Rotbbougb, KyleV

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Narrative:
Review of previOlJs lead sheet #3116 shows that lead has been concluded and supplemental report done by
Inv. G. Clyman.

See attached.

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COLUMBINE IDGH SCHOOL

99-7625

CHOIR
WITNESSES
ANDERSON. II

JC..o01- 004840
Colorado State Patrol
Investigative Services Section
Columbine High School Incident

Date of Report: 05-06·')9 Control Number:.1!l1Z

T~ or PriII.t N_: (RtlpZIlMC1ll by) Slp~ mMNumbtt:

Sgt. Tom Conroy ~.,~/ 1534

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lntelView with ANDERSON, Andrew whoi.

Subject:

ANDERSON, Andrew DOBI 07~4-B 1


Tole.303 979·3266

Narratl.e:

On 05~5·99 I inllll'Viewed ANDERSON. ANDERSON told me thai. he did not know Harris or Klebold, bed never
bed an altercation with them, and sban!d no mllllllll friends. ANDERSON also 'Wed thel he WllS no' an athleIC.

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ANDRES, LEE

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,UPPU;:MENT X JCSO FELSOCI 99-76Z5-D
ConnectingCase Report No VictimNameOrigtDalRepon DateThisReport
04-16-99
e-c. X FIRST DEGREE MURDER Ofm!M SlaM: Open X tM~aMlly CleeRd 0 Recommend Case: Review a
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WITNESSES:
Leland Andres, It, OOb/07-27·62
7069 West David Drive
Littleton, Colorado 80128
(303)979·8640 Work: Vocal Music Teacherat Columbine H.S.
6201 South PierceStreet
Littleton, Colorado 80123
(303)982-4510

Leland Andres
6163 West Maple Drive
, itdeton, COlorado 80123
(303)195·5936 Work: Vocal MusicTeacher at Columbine H.s,
620I South PierceStreet
Littleton, Colorado 80123
(303)982-4510

KristinThibault Student at Columbine H.S

Pauline Colby Student at Columbine H.S.

Nicole Markham Studentat Columbine H.S.

INVESTIGATION:
On 04·20·99,at 1055 hours, [ contacted Leland Andres, II at the Columbine Library in reference a Murderin the FirstDegree
which occurred at the ColumbineHigh School, 6201 SouthPierceStreet, at about 1130 hours.

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,UPPLEMENT X JCSO FELSOCI 99-7625-D
C~ng Case Repon No Victim Name Original Repon Date This R.epcrt
04-26-99
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Leland Andres, II slated he is a vocal music teacher at the school, and on 04-20-99, during first period of the school day. he
spoke with PaulineColby and asked her, "How it was going." He stated she replied, "Strange, very Strange,"

Leland Andres. U stated Kristin Thibault. PaulineColby, and Nicole Markham are students in his chorus class, whichbegins
at 0925 hours and ends at 1015 hours. He informedme that Thibaultwas not in class during that period. but Markham and
Colbywere. He stated he did not speak to Markham or Colbyduring the class.

I asked Leland Andres. II if Thibault usually misses a lot of classes that he teaches, and he stated that she usuallydoes not miss
his class,

Leland Andres, II stated his father, Leland Andres. is also a vocal teacher at the school. and if contacted.can providephone
-unbers for the three students. which ate listed above.

Afterobtaining this information, I forwarded it to investigators so LelandAndrescould be contactedfor the appropriate phone
numbers.

DISPOSITION: Forward to Investigations.

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TOWNSEND 5/4/99
Ct.usih~rion Offense ~taNS: Open
X HOMICIDE X Exc=J)rionally Clc:arN RecommendCaY: Rfl\'w
RCC!aisil'ic.1:ljOfl Cleared by Ar:"eSt Unrounded Closure
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WITNESS:
Andres, Leland, Sr. DOB: 5-10-39
6163 W. Maplewood Drive
Littleton, CO 80123
Ph: 303-795·5936

CONTROL NUMBER: 3082


INVESTIGAnON;
On 05104/99, I met with Leland Afldres, Sr., at Chatfield High School reference the incident at Columbine
High School, I explained to Mr. Andres that I had heard he was in the school at the time of the shooting and
he said he was in the Choir room. I asked if he could tell me what happened. Mr. Andres said at
approximately 11:20 hours, three kids came running into the roam saying that someone was outside with
guns. Mr, Andres said that as soon as the student said that. they heard approximately 5 to 6 shots that
appeared to be coming from the west side of the school, Mr. Andres said that he get his class together and
left through the east door of the choir room with approximately 30 kids. Mr. Andres said that his son, who's
also a student at Columbine. was in the auditorium. Mr. Afldres said that he took his students Into the
aur' ium and toid them to lay down on the floor and stay there. Mr. Andres said that he and his son
IOCK;,d the doors to the auditorium, after which they heard numerous shots, but could not determinewhere
they were coming from. However, they sounded like they were coming from the west side. Mr. Andres said
that he was going back to his classroom to see If there were any morestudents in there. When he got
approximately 10 feet from the door, he heard more shots and he then returned to the auditorium with the
other students. Mr. Andres said that Jay, the janitor, arrived at the auditorium and told them that the
shooters were upstairs and he hadeveryone leave the auditorium. Mr. Andres said they left the auditorium
and entered the Language Arts hallway and exited through a door In that hallwayto the park. I asked Mr.
Andres If he ever saw any of the shooters and he said, no, he did not. I asked If he or any of his students
were injured duringthis and he said, no, they were not. Mr. Andres said that once this was all over that day,
he did hear that there were approximately 58 to 60 kids barricaded in his office in the choir room. Mr.
Andres said that he also heard a rumorthat one of the shooters shot at least one shot In the choir room. I
asked Mr. Andres if he saw or heard any of the explosions and he said he heard and felt approximately one
or two explosions. He said that when the explosions occurred, you could feel them through the walls and
the floors at the school. I asked Mr. Andres If he heard any of the shooting and he said yes, it sounded as if
it were constant firing and not just random shooting.

1asked Mr. Andres if he was In the cafeteria during the moming hours of April 20'"and he said, yes, he was.
I asked if he remembered seeing two large duffel bags in the cafeteria and he said "no". I asked If he had
seen anyone carrying duffel bags into the cafeteria and he again said "no". I asked If he remembered
seeing Eric or Dylanon Monday or Tuesdayand he said "no". I asked If he had seen or talked to any of the
Tre Coat Mafia on Monday or Tuesday and he again said "no".

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I asked Mr.Andres if anything else had occurred that I hadnot asked him aboutand he said he believed he
had told me everything that happened, but if he thinks of anything eise, he will call. At this time, I gave Mr.
Andres, sr., a business card.

DISPOSITION: Open

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SUPPLEMENT REKER 5-12-99 HOMICIDE 99-7625
INTERVIEW WITH LEE ANDRES 5-4-99 lOOOA.M.

On the above date and time !nv. Reker did conduct an


interview with Lee Andres whom is a music teacher at Columbine
High School.

Andres then states that he went to the cafeteria and


observed students crouched down and he then took a group of kids
to the auditorium and that an explosion went off in the hallway.
Andres then took the students to the lanquage arts
hallway and then out to the doors to Leawood Park.
Andres did not see the gunman.

_ Andres he has heard speculation that _


and involved in this incident.
Andres also stated that on prom night that the kitchen
area was in fact accessible during the after prom party as the
doors were open.
Andres could not contribute any further information and the
interview was concluded.

JC-001· 004850
Control Number 3156

ASSIGNED TO:
Agent Larry A. Brown,Colorado Bureau of Investigation, 69Q Kipling St., Suite4000,
Denver, CO, 802125, phone (303) 239421 L

DATEtTIME ofINTERVIEW< May 27, 1999,7:00 p.m,

PLACE of INTERVIEW: 7067 W< David Dr., Littleton, CO, 80128

msrosrnos. INTERVIEW OF THE FOLLOWING:

Leland (Lee) ANDRES, II, OOB< 07.27-62, 7067 W< David Dr., Littleton, CO, 80128

ANDRES, a music teacherat Columbine High School, stated that he has known Pauline
COLB Y since she was in the first grade, ANDRES was notsure if the day he saw
COLBY was April 19 or Apol20 when she said she W1I5 feeling 'strange, very strange'.
According to ANDRES, nothing else was said between the two of themas they passed in
the hallway of the school

When asked if he knewany of the kids that wereassociated withthe Trench CoatMafia
(TCM), ANDRES said Kirsten Thiebald, Nicole MARKHAM, Alejandra MARSH, and
Liddy PERRY wereoften seen with TCM members. According to A."lDRES,
THIEBALD wouldoccasionally wearall black.

A."IDRES stated KLEBOLD worked for him as a sound mana coupleof years ago for a
school musical. ANDRES wanted KLEBOLD to assist againthis year but KLEBOLD
decided against the idea, In class, ANDRES would sometimes have to get KLEBOLD'S
attention away from doing homework for another class ANDRES claimedthat he had
no knowledge of Eric HARRIS priorto the attack on the school

According to ANDRES, there was no general impression of TCMmembers being


threatened or harassed at the school ANDRES opined that the TCMhad a self imposed
exile from the student body ANDRES statedhe had no first handknowledge of other
TCM members.

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I have read the foregoing ststemen: and the facts contained therem are true to m« best of my knowledge and beliel. I
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BREED, A

JC-001· 004865
Case Number 99·7625
Supplement Report
Reporting Agency: Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Reporting officer: S.K. Wygant 100~J
. Date of this Report: 081199
Offense Status: Open

WITNESS: Control # 4466


Andrew Breed DOB 030382
Address: 6158 S. Sheridan Blv:d. Littleton, CO. 80123
Phone: 303 730 1232
Student: Columbine High School

INVESTIGATION:

On 081199 I telephonically interviewed Andrew Breed. Breed has not been


interviewed by police prior to this date. Breed was at school on 042099. He was
in Mr. Andres Choir class in the choir room when the shooting incident began.
He was first made aware of the shooting when fellow student Brandon Reisbeck
came running into the room and told his teacher that somebody was shooting a
gun. He remembers some students running out of the class while others took
shelter in the choir office, he estimated between 50 and 60 students hid in the
office. He was one of the students who hid in the office. He said that students got
into the room and barricaded themselves in. He recalls students making calls to
their parents and to the police from a phone in the room or cell phones. After
about four hours he was rescued by the Denver Police Department SWAT team.
He was then escorted out of the building through the Commons area and then
bussed to Leawood Elementary where he was reunited with his mother.
He recalled possibly seeing a gun shot go off, but was unsure. He remembers
hearing loud noises such as gun shots or bombs.
He did not know Harris, but was on a little league team with Klebold once. He
was not and did not associate with either of them. He reported having a bad
encounter in the past with what he believed was the TCM. He said that he had a
knife held to his throat by one of the TCM members.
Breed reported to having no prior knowledge of this incident.

DISPOSITION: CASE OPEN Page 1 oft

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BROCK, A
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JEI!'FEllSON COUNTY DISTRICT A'1"l'ORNXY'S OFFICE

Defet.\dant, Docket NuIllber,


Dat., 5-12-99 Cas. NuIllber, 99A062
Deputy D.A. I Investigator, J.Burkhalter

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Alison Brock, dab 4-1-81 Control 11 2869


6329 W. Fairview
Littleton, CO 80123
Ph. 303-972-9327

This investigator met with Alison and her father at her home.

Alison stated she has not been interviewed by anyone concerning the
cas shooting. She stated she was in Acting class during period 4 in
the auditorium. When the bell rang at 11:10 A.M., Alison went to
her choir class next door. She stated the room is next to the
auditorium and Mr. Andres (Senior) was lecturing.

Alison stated she heard a lot of pops going on and then heard kids
screaming outside the room.

At this time Brandon Reisbeck (ph. 303-979-1814) came into the room
and said; "There are two guys downstairs shooting at people."
Alison stated most of the choir class ran out of the room, but altos
just kind of fell to the floor.

Alison stated Adam Foss then told most of the students to come into
the office at the side of the classroom. They did this and shut
the door and barricaded the door as well. The students then shut.
off the light.s and waited.

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Alison stated she could hear pops and bangs for awhile then it was
quiet and the some more bangs, like bombs going off. Then it would
get quite again.

Alison stated Matt' Cornwell kept calling the police from the phone
in the office and telling them where they were located, but the
police had a hard time finding them. Alison stated SWAT finally
reached them and the students unbarrioaded the door. The SWAT
offioers led them through the auditorium, behind the stated
downstairs, through the cafeteria and out the side door on the West
side. She stated they then ran up the stairs, past a bay on the
sidewalk and a girl on the hill, who she recognized as Raohel Scott.
At the top of the hill they waited for a police cat to take them to
Clement park, where they were checked by dootors and then bused to
Leawood school.

Alison was asked how many students were in the olass and she stated
at the beginning about 110 and in the office hiding there were 60
students.

Alison was asked how she knew how many were in the offioe barricaded
and she stated one of the cops made them count, how many were in the
office before being led out.

Alison was asked how long she thought they were barricaded. She
stated about 3 1/2 to 4 hours.

Alison stated she arrived at sohool between 7:15 A.M. and 7:30 A.M.,
and she parks on the West side near the soccer fields. She stated
she was running lata on 4-20-99.

Alison was asked if she knew either of the suspects? Alison stated
she knew them both. She stated she has known Eric Harris about two
years and first met him in Driver's Ed class. Eric introduced her
to Dylan Klebold.

Jc..o01.004869
Alison stated she didn't see either of them on the 20th., for her
video class as she was running lat:e. She described Eric as kind,
really nice to her. A quiet type that wore a lot of black clothes
and KMFDM shirts.

Alison described Dylan as really nice, very b:ieodly, quiet:, would


joke around and he wore black a lot. She st:at:ed she has known Dylan
about: one year.

Alison was asked about: comput:ers and she stated she has no computer
interest and didn't check or chat on line with anyone.

Alison was asked it' she knew any of Eric or Dylan's friends t:hat
were in TCM? She st:ated she did and named, Robin Anderson, Nat:e
Dykman, Chris Morris and Brook Brown. Alison remembered that: Bryan
sargent and Zack Heckler are also TCM.

Alison etat:ed furt:her t:hat Eric would wear flannel shirts which were
different colors and they weren 1 t: black. She stated he would do
this every so often.

Alison st:ated she saw Zack Heckler, 4th. hour in the auditorium.

Alison st:atecl she left a blue backpack, Jansport wit:h a mat:h book
with her name on it in t:he Choir room. She stated it: had her car
keys on a Honda Key ring that also had a swiss snowboard strap with
a clock 00 it and two keys.

Alison stated she left a black lace shirt with flower lace in the
office when barricaded.

The interview was concluded at this t:ime.

Date

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BRODE!I, J

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Columbine High School Incident


Date of Report: 05-Q4..99 Control Number: .JJ!J1.

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Sgt. Tom Conroy /:f . 1534 I
Synopsis: Subject Broden', Dame was :1& on( ~list ltCoWlllld from Harris.

Subject: BRODEN, Jon DOBII{),.()2-80


6194 W. RoxbotY PlJlc:e
Littleton. Co. 80128

NlU'T1ltive:

Spoketo BRODEN on 04-30-99. The onlyconnection between Harri' and BRODEN was thai Broden ,at nextto
Robyn A.'IDERSON in !lis mt hourpsychology class. BRODEN bad DO aI_aliOIlS or contacts with eitherHarris or
Klebold.

JC·001·004873
JEFFERSON COUNfY DISTRICT A'ITORNEY'S OmCE
SUPPLEML~REPORT

DATE 05112199 CASEREPORT # 99A062

CONECl'lNG CR 1/ JCSO 99-7625 INVESTIGATOR; G.B. MUMMA

CONTROL 1/ 1853

SUBJECT:

Jonatllall Allen Broden OOB 100280


6794 W. RoxburyPI. Littleton,Co. 80123 303-933-4876
Columbine High School

Mother. Cathy Broden 303-972·2295


Father. Larry Broden 303·762-18\21303·899-479\

OBSERVATIONIINVESTIGATION:

0.0512991 contacted JOhD and his motller Calhy by phone. At that time 1 told Calhy that the reason I
wascalling was to lind out if Jolm had any contact with EricHams or Dylan Klehold In the past. John
stated that he sometimes talkedto theirfriends, hut had neverhad any direcrcontactwith them. I asked
Joim if he had played on any sp<>rt teams and he stated thai be had beenon the football ream in his
freshman year, but that was the last time be !led played. 1 asked Jolm if be bad ever bad any other contact
with any of their friends, and Jolmstated that be had becomefriend! willi RobynAnderson in • psychology
class, but be bad only been her friend in the class and no where else. Johncouldn't believe that he had
made the list, becausehe alway. kept to himself. John men Staled that he had been in choir williBrooks
Brown,hut bad never bed lillY contact with him elmer. I ..ked101m If therewas anyone else, lIlld be staled
that be had ooce had a ltliljar coefrcntanon withRockyHaffschnider (last year), where Rocky bad pulled
him off a bil«:and damaged the bil«:(moped), John and his family bad requested a kind of mediatica, there
was 00 police involvement, and tbe two families had worked it out. that was becauseRockytormenteda lot
of kids. Jolm thought th.. If any one should be OD the hit list It wouldbe Rocky, just becauseRocky
"abused" everyone.

I asked Cathy If sbe bad any other questions and she did not,I provided them with a number to call if they
thouglnof aaything else, and encouragedthem to call.

No furtheraction laksn by this Investigator.

INYESTIGATOR. DATE:

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WITNESS:

JOHN BRODEN, 008110-02-80

6794 West Roxbury Place


Littleton, CO 80128
(303) 933-4876

INVESTIGATION;

On 05-27·99, at about 0945 hours. I contacted Columbine High School student John Broden by phone, I asked him about his
observations on 04-20-99 at Columbine High School, Broden Slated that he had no classes with Eric Harris. but knew his name

'nd saw him in the hallways during the school year, He would also see Dylan Kleboid in the hallway. but had no classes with
Dylan. H. knew the name Trench Coat Mafia, He said it was a nickname for a group of weird kids, Broden did not see either

Hams or Klebold on 04-20-99,

Broden stated that on 04-20·99 he did not go into the cafeteria. He has third period off and left the campus for that time. When
he came back. he parked at Leawood Park, He slated his first period is Psychology with Mr. Johnson, He stated that Robyn

Anderson and Zach Heckler are students in that class. however. on 04-20·99, neither Anderson nor Heckler was in their

Psychology class.

Broden's fifth period class was Choir with Mr. Andres. Sr. Ten minutes into that class. Broden heard students running and

screaming down the hallway, Someone stated that there was a person in the school with a gun. The students in Mr. Andres, Sr.

class ran into his office. Broden stated that the students turned out the lights in the office and he heard gunshots over a period
of about one hour. Some students in the office were able to contact police by using their cell phones. Broden stated that the

students barricaded the doorway into the office. The students assisted a student who had diabetes by giving the student a candy
bar and assisted another student who had asthma by lifting that student up toward the ceiling to get better air. Some ceiling tiles

vere removed for better circulation ofair, Broden stated tha: some of the male students took off their shirts and placed them at

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the base of the door. The students remained. in Mr. Andres, Sr., office until they wererescued by the SWAT teams. Broden
Slated that he did not see the suspects, did not see weapons, nor did he overbear any statements by the suspectwhile he stayed
in the office.

DIsposmON: Open.

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WITNESSES,
PENNYLYNN BURTON,DOBi03-31-82
5940 West Rowland Avenue
Littleton, CO 80128
(303) 933·3075
Studentat ColumbineHigh School

DEBBIEBURTON
Same as above.
Work: (303) 692-2818

'JARY BURTON
Same as above.
Work; (303) 275·1725

INVESTIGATION:
JC-001. 004883

On August31, 1999,at approximately1600hours,I respondedto 5940WestRowlandAvenueto contact and interviewwitness


Penny LynnBurton,whois a studentat Columbine HighSchool. This interviewwas in referenceto the shootingthat occurred
on 04·20·99, at ColumbineHigh School. Penny adviseduponmy arrivalthat she wanted to conductthis interview withouther
parents being present. Although her father, Gary Burton, was in the residence, he was not present during this interview.

PennyBurtonsaidon 04-20·99,she arrivedat Columbine HighSchoolat apprcximatelyO'Zl 5 hours, fur her scheduledclasses.
Shesaid she parked her parents' vehicle.a redSaturnstationwagon, that she had drivento schoolon 04-20-99, in Space#312.
This parking space is in the junior's parking lot of Columbine HighSchool on the southeast side near the cafeteria/commons
are' windowsand doors. Penny said she was alone at this time and she said during the thne she was in the parking lot and
"bile she walkedinto ColumbineHigh School,shedid not see anythingunusualor out of the ordinary. Pennysaid sheentered

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ColumbineHiglJ. School tl:rrouglJ. the cafeteria/commons doors, which is located across from the "Rebel Corner." Pennysaid
after entering the school, she walked through the commons area, which is along the east side of the Columbine High School
cafeteria. and said she went up the stairway from the lower level of the school to the upper level, [showed Penny the
photographs ofthe duffle bag and the propanetank that were later recovered in the ColumbineHiglJ. School cafeteria. Penny
said she did not see either oftheseitems,nor did she seeany items of a similardescription. Pennysaid she did not see anybody
carrying items such as these on 04·20·99 either. I asked Penny if she recalled seeing any of the Trench Coat Mafia students
in the cafeteria/commons area on 04·20·99, while she was walkingthrough, and she said she did not remember seeingany of
these students at that location on 04-20·99, Penny said after enteringthe school and going up the stairway on 04-20-99, she
wentto her first hourTrigonometryclass,which is locatedin the Math hallwayon the upper levelof the school,and said after
that class, she proceededto go to hersecondhour SocialStudiesclass, Pennysaid after her secondhour class, she had thethird
hour offfrom any classes, so a friend of hers, by the name of Stephanie Williams,went with her to Penny's house, so Penny
could get her dress for a "gig" that shesaid they bad later that day, and also so Pennycould paint her fingernailslor this "gig."
Pennysaid that although she was not certain, she said she did not believeshe went into the Columbine High School cafeteria
during her time off for third hour on 04-20·99, Penny said after having her third hour off, she went to her fourth hour
Chemistryclass, then she said she went to her fifthConcertChoir classand arrivedat approximately1115hours on 04-20-99,
Penny said a friend of hers by the name of Michelle Simmons, who was also in this same Concert Choir class, and she exited
the Choir classroom into the hallway to get a drink. She said they also talked to a teacher, however, she did not knowthis
teacher's name other than to say that she was a facultymember, Pennysaid after talking with this employee briefly,theythen
went back into the classroom where she sat down at her desk. Pennysaid approximately one minute later, two Choir students
by the names of Brandon Raisbeck and Andy Anderson came running into the classroom,and Penny said that Andy told the
teacher of this class, Mr. Andres, that there was somebodydownstairs,insideofColumbine High School, with a gun. Penny
said apparently Mr Andres did not hear what Andy Anderson said, so Brandon Reisbeck screamed to Mr. Andres and the
classroom, that there was somebodyin the downstairs part of ColumbineHigh School with a gun. Penny said both Brandon
Reisbeckand Andy Anderson were visiblyupset at this time, Pennysaid about the sametime, she heardwhat she recognized
as three gunshotsthat sounded like to her were coming from insideof Columbine High Schoolin the downstairsarea, I asked
her if she bad shot a firearm or been presentwhen a firearm had beendischarged and she said she had shot a firearm whenshe
waspresentwith her father,Gary Burtonsometimeago. Pennysaid she thereforewas familiarwith the sounda firearm makes

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when discharged. Pennysaid that duringthe time this was takingplace,the door from the interiorof the Choir classroom into
the hallway, was open. Penny said she then heard people in the hallwayrunning and screaming, describingthem as "a mob
ofpeople." Pennysaidthat Mr. Andres told everybody to gel downonthe floor, however, all of the studentsgot up from their
desks and beganrunning in variousdirections from this Choirclassroom. Pennysaid she ran out of the classroomand into
the hallway, then into the auditorium where other people were. She said she saw numerous people running acrossthe Upper
areaofthe auditorium. Pennysaid a friendofhers by the nameof ChristineBen, whowas presentwith her, led her out of the
auditorium wherePenny said she ran into the main hallway, Pennysaid she remembers that she saw ZachHeckler,Christine
Bell, and Patrick Kelleyin this area. however, she did not know wherethese three studentswent fromthat location, Penny
said she sawa teacherby the name ofMr Holmes standingby the counseling hall of Columbine High Schoollookingtoward
the SocialStudieshallway, and then she saw Mr. Holmes signal herto run. Penny saidshe thenexitedColumbine HighSchool
byrunningoutof the doorby the wrestlingdoors, Pennysaidatno time on04-20·99, did she seeany suspectsor students with
, gun or explosive device. Pennysaid as she ranfrom the school she heardseveral more gunshots, however, she couldnot tell
me where these shots came from. Penny said she then ran to the"smoker's pit," and then ran into to ClementPark Where a
friend ofhers by the name ofAdam Thompson picked her and other students up in his vehicleand they left the area.

Tasked PennyBurtonwhatinformation she couldprovideto meaboutthe Trench Coat Mafia,the TrenchCoat Mafia students

and particularlywhat information she could provide 10 me aboutDylanKleboldand Eric Harris, if any. Penny said she did
not knowEricHarris,butsaid shewas familiar withDylanKleboldbecausetheyworked. ColumbineHighSchooltalentshow
togetherdaringtbe fallsemesterof 1998, PennysaidDylanKlehold did notwear. trenchcoat in the classroom,however, site
said she had seen him wearing. trenchcoat in the hallwaysof Columbine High School. Pennyalso told me she believed that
DylanKleboldand Zach Hecklerwerebest mends, but said shedidnot seeZachHecklerwear a trenchcoat. Pennydescribed
Zach Heckleras very smart and knowledgeable especiallyaboutcomputers. Penny said it was her understanding that Zach
Hecklerand Eric Harris did oat get along with each other. She said she wouldnot considerZach Heckler as a Trench Coat
Mafia studentor a Trench Coat Mafia associate.
JC-001- 004885

PennyBurton said she was familiar with Tad Boles, and said Tad Boles"likes me," however, Penny said she considers Tad
'3010$ as a "goofy lookingkic" andsaid he is"weird." Penny saidTadBoleswasoneof the f6unders ofthe Trench CoatMafia.

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but said she bad not seen any violent tendencies from Boles. Pennysaid that Tad Boles told her in the past, that although his
father was not a assaultivetoward him, his father was violent toward his mother and bad hit his mother. Penny said she never
saw any evidence such as bruises or other injuries that would indicateTad Boles father bad assaulted him. She said Tad Boles
wore a trench coat but put the coat in his scbool locker during class bours. She also said she would see Tad Boles with other
Treach CoatMalia students duringthird boor standingalong SouthPierce Streetas a group. Penny Burton said she knewwho
Robert Perry and Brooks Brown were. She told me she bad Robert Perry in a French class about four years ago. She said
RobertPerry stayedto himself,and wore a trenchcoat. Pennysaidthat RobertPerry"smelled." Penny said that BrooksBrown
was in berCboir class, however, she said Brooks BrownwasDot in attendance in this classon 04-20-99. She described Brooks
Brown as being "funny and a good actor."

I asked PennyBurton if she had heard anything about anybodyelse.who may have been involvedwith Dylan Klebold and Eric
Harris in the shooting at Columbine High School on 04·20·99. Penny said that Patrick Neville said a white male (unknown
name) was seen on 1]4..20·99 wearing a white t-shirt and a black vest, and said he was standing next to Dylan Klebold outside
of the cafeteria throwing bombs on top of the Columbine High School roof.

PennyBurtontold me that about two weeks to one month ago (the first part of August 1999),she was talking to Tad Bolesand
he told her something that she said was bothering her. Penny said Tad Boles told her that if he had not dropped out of
Columbine High School, he would have been with Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris during the shooting on 04·20·99, at
Columbine High School. Penny said Tad Boles also said that if the Trench Coat Mafia had been a part 0 f the shootingincident
at Columbine High School on 04.20.99, it would have been worse, indicating that the Trench Coat Maffia students and/or
associates were not involved in the incident.

Penny Burtonsaid she does not know of anybody, nor bas she heardrumors of anybodywho maybe manufacturing explosive
devices and/or buying, selling or possessing firearms.
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Penny Burton said when she ran out of Columbine High School on 04·20·99, she left her backpack and contents in the Choir
"Oom. This backpack was described by Pennyas a black Jansportwith contents. Penny said she bas since picked up the items

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I askedPennyBurtonhow she has been doingsincethe incident on 04-20-99, andshe advisedme she has been doingwelland
has not had any problems. I asked Pennyhow her parents havebeen doingsince the incidentand she said she doesnot know
becausetheydo nottalk betweenthem. Pennysaidshe has not gotten alongwith herparears sincesbewas 13 yearsold. I gave
PennyBurtonone of my business cards and later gaveher father Gary Burtonone ofmy cards and askedthem to contact me
in the future if they wanted to speak with a J.e.s.o. VictimAdvocate. I told themI would make the necessary anangemeers
for them at that thne.

DIspOSITION: Open, pending further investigation.

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On 5-6-99 I spoke with Matt Carmickle.

. att did tell me he was on the swimming team but was not considered a "jock' nor did he hang
ut with ose who were the 1ocks'. I asked Matt where he was when this wentdownand he said he was in
le choir room and was able to leavethe school eanyon in the event. He said he did not see Eric or Dylan
mooting.

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Date. 5-14-99 Case NuIllbe>:' 99A062
Deputy D.A. : Investigator: J.Burkhalter

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Zack Cartaya, dob 5-6-81 Senior


9622 W. Brandt Pl.
Littleton, CO 80123
Ph. 303-973-3440

This investigator was interviewing Adam Foss when Zack entered


Adam's house to visit.. Zack was asked if he had been interviewed
concerning CBS and he stated he had not. He was then asked to wait
outside and afterward an interview with him would take place. Zack
was very anxious to give a statement.

Zack entered Adam Foss' house and stated he was a Senior with Adam.
lie stated he waS in the choir roam as well, when Brandon Reisbeck
came into the roam and announced someone was shooting. Zack went on
to say Mr. Andres told everyone to stay put and then some kids ran
down the hall outside the choir room.

Zack stated he was on the way out the door with Everitt Wolfe when
Steve Houck stopped at the door of the classroom. At this time Zack
stated he looked out the door into the hall and pushed some more
people out the door. Then Zack stated they stopped people from
going into the hallway and began making them go into the choir
office.

Zack stated he looked out into the hallway again, at which time he
saw Mr. Sanders get hit with a gunshot. Zack stated Mr. Sanders was

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going East in the hallway and it looked like he got shot in the
back. Zack stated it looked like Mr. Sanders was hit in the back
near the upper left side rib area. Zack stated the shot sounded
like an explosion.

At this time they continued getting everyone into the office. Zack
stated he and Adam walked out the front door of the choir room and
Ms. Miller yelled at them to get back in and get down. Zack stated
he then heard another loud shot.

Zack continued that at this time they went back into the choir room
office and barricaded the door. Zack stated he thinks they stayed
in i:he room for three hours. He stated he couldn't distinguish
between explosions and gunshots when he was in the office.

Zack stated he heard someone on the roof later on during the stay in
the office.

Zack stated he was in the office until SWAT came and got everyone
out.

Zack did not see anyone responsible for the shooting.

This concluded the interview with Zack.

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WITNESSES:

CAREY BRITTON CECIL, OOBl09-23-81


5646 SouthIndepecdence COM
Littleton, CO go 123
(303) 904-4199
Student at Columbine High School-Graduated 1999

DIANA CECIL
Same as above.

DANIEL CECIL
Same as above.
Worle United Airlines
740 I Martin LutherKing Blvd.
Denver, CO 80204
(303) 780-5730

INVESTIGATION:

On 08-13-99, I responded to 5646 South Independence COMto contact and interview witnessCareyBrittonCecil, whowas
a student at Columbine High School and graduated in 1999. The purpose for my interviewing CareyCecil was in reference
to tile shooting at Columbine High Schoolon 04-20-99.
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Carey Cecil told me on 04-20·99, at approximately 0730 hours, her mother Diana Cecil took her to Columbine High School
and dropped her off in tile Faculty parldnglot. Careyadvised tilat afterbeingdroppedoff in tile parking lot, she entered the
school bywalking through tilemaindoorson theeastsideof theschool bythe Columbine HighSchool administrative offices.

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Carey said when she entered the highschool, she walked in a westerly direction downthe main hallway to her locker, which
is nearthe westend ofthe main hallway, Careysaidthat her lockernumbermayhave possiblybeen # 1870,however, shewas
not certain, Careysaid up to thispoint, duringthe time,she arrivedat schooland went to her locker, she did not see anything
that wasout of the ordinaryoccurringat the Columbine HighSchool, She advised that her first hour classbeginsat0730hours
and is an Economics class on the upper levelof the school, Careysaid her secondhour classis a Statistics class,andsaidthat
her third hourclass is Calculus. Careytold me that on j)4·2(l.99, she had her fourthhour classoff, and did not havea class to

attend on that day. Carey said that due to not having a class to attend, she went into the Columbine High Schoo!
cafeteria/commons area and selecteda table, Careysaidthatthe tablethatsheselectedon 04-20·99 is the table thatsheusually
sitsat, I showedCareythe diagramof the Columbine HighSchool cafeteria/commons areaandshepointedout fourtable, that
she may have possible been seated at on 04·2Q.99. These tables wouldbe II, Il, MM:, or NN. All four of these tables are
locatedon the eastern edge of the cafeteriaand/orjust southof the cafeteriaservingline. Carey said that she sat at this table
by herself stndying and did not pay muchattentionto whatwas taking place in the cafeteria at thattime, however, she didnot
recallanything unusual or out of the ordinarythat happened on 04·2Q.99 in the cafeteriaup to that point. I showed Carey the
photographs of the duffle bag and thepropanetank thatwere laterrecovered in theColumbine HighSchoolcafeteria andasked
her if sheremembered seeingeitherof theseitemsOn 04·20·99. Careyadvisedme that she didnot see eitherOne oftheseitems
I asked Carey if she recalled seeing any of the Trench Coat Mafiastudents, or what she would considerTrench Coat \1atia
students or associates, in the cafeteria. Careyadvisedthat she did not see anyof these studentsas far as she couldremember.
Carey advised that her fourthhour was a free hour that was overat approximately l l IO hours, and said thatshe walkedto her
hallway lockerand then to the Choir classroomon the upperlevel of Columbine High School forher fifth hour class. Carey
said that she arrived in the Choir classroomjust prior to the class starting, and said that when she entered the class and sat
down, the teacher in this class, bythe name of Mr. Andres, wastalking. Shealso said that Mr. Andresyelled at somebody for
talking in the class while he was talkingto the students. Carey saidthat while this was takingplace, two male students. one
of them by the name of Adam Foss and the other student that Carey knew only as Brandon, came running into the Choir
classroom and advised Mr. Andresandthe class,sayingthere was someone downstairs in the high schoolwith a gun andwas
shooting. Careysaid that she also realizedthat in the hallway outsideof her classroom, numerous people were running and
screaming, however, she thought that this was due to factthat some elementary school kids had possibly gone into the high
schooland were runningin and out of'the halls yelling. Careysaidaboutthis sametime,she heardwhat she described as one

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gunshot, and then a very short time later she heard another gunshot. She said when these shots were heard, half of her Choir
class got up out of their chairs and ran from the classroom, however,the other half remained in the classroom. She said that
numerouspeople went into an office that is located nextto the Choirclassroomto hide, however, she didn't think therewould
be any room in there so she remained in the classroom. Carey said that she was in the classroom for approximatelyfive more
minutes, and then she said she heard two more shots that soundedlike they were coming from the ares of the cafeteria, She
also said as she heard these shots, they seemed to be gettingcloserand closer to the location she was at. Carey said she stayed
in the classroom and then realized that somebody in the hallway could see her through the glass in the door. so she moved to
the oppositeside of the room to hide. Carey said there was anotherstudentwith her at this time, possibly by the name of Greg
Nason. Carey said that after realizing that she was in view to anyone in the hallway and hiding on the other side room.
somebodyadvisedher to come into the office that is located next to the Choir classroomwhere the other studentswere hiding.
Carey said that after she was in the classroom, the students moveddesks and filing cabinets up against the door '0 if any of
the suspects tried to push their way through the door, they would he unable to do so. Carey said the sixty people including
herself, remained in this office hiding for approximatelythree and a half hours before they were rescued by SWAT.

I asked Carey Cecil what information she could provideto me in referenceto the Trench Coat Mafia, the Trench Coat Mafia
students and in particularwhat she could provide to me as far as information about Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris. Careysaid
that in her Freshman, Sophomore and Junior years at Columbine High School, she had a German class she was taking and
advised me that Eric Hams was in this class. She advised me thal duringher sophomore year she would consider them to be
"kind of pals" and said that they would talk, and 'aid that duringthis time Eric Harris would associate with other students in
the class. Careysaid that also during this time she did not see Eric Harriswear a Trench Coal, however. and said that he would
wear clothes such as shorts, with a polo shirt or a Tsshirt that she said was the standard dress for students at the school. I
asked Carey if Eric Harris ever talked about weapons, violence, or bombs,etc., and she told me no, that she did not ever hear
him talking about those things.

Carey Cecil advised me that during the first semester of the 1999 school year at Columbine High School, the Choir class she
bad during fifth hour also bad another student in there by the nameof Brooks Brown. Carey said that she could not provide
any informationabout Brooks Brownother than the fact that she believedhe was in attendance in this class on Monday, 04-19-

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he was notthere. Careysaidthat she couldprovideno furtherinformation aboutthe TrenchCoatMafia,the TrenchCoatMafia
students or their associates.

I asked Carey Cecil if she knew of anybody, or if she had heard any rumors about anybody who may be manufacturing
explosive devices and/or possessing,selling or buying firearms. Carey advisedshe did not knowof anybody that wouldbe
involved with any of that.

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been doing since the shooting of Columbine High SchoolOn 04·20·99. They both advised that they are doing okayand are
dealingwith it well. I gavebothofthemoneofmy business cardsandaskedthem to contactme in the future if theyor anyone
in their family wanted to speak with a J.C.S.O. VictimAdvocate. I told them I would make the necessaryarrangements for
themat that rime.

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