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BAY, s.

JC-001. 0061 01
Colorado State Patrol
Investigative Services Section

Columbine High Scboollnddent


Date or Report: 05·26-99 Control Number: 3279

Synopllis,

Sarah Bay is a junior at col1llllbine HS whobas fifth bour free and bet whereabouts dIuiog lhe incident are
lJll1nown, This report <k:lails the inlerYiew of Bay

SIlbject:

BAY, Sarah DOBl1l4-07-82


66118 W Al!>or Drive
Littletoll, CO 80123
rele 303797·2192
Narrative'
OnOS·18·99 I intezviewe<l BAY via telephone. BAY said her fourth hour class and< at 11:10. Bay,""" lIll:CliIlga
friend, Chris Beets, for IllIll:h and exited the school throuIh the cafeteria BAY said that she did not seeor heat
anything IlIlUSUaI in the cafeteria or outside the school. All...-BAY left the sc1loo1 she walked to the junior"
parking lot, entered the car with Baets. and they drove to the Southwest Plaza 'bopping lIlll11 where they ate lunch
at til. Chiok·Filet restalll'lUlt.

BAYsaid iliat she aad Beetsauempted 10 return 10 school ataJllll'OllimateIy 11'3' but were <1eniedentranee to !he
school grounds by the p<>~.

Baysaid that she knew Kleboldfrom the drama club al school. Bay _iliat KlelloId _ neverdisplayed any
tendencies towardviolence. or anli social behavior in bet presenee,

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BECERRA, J.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
SUPPLEMENT REPORT
DATE 06/03/99 CASE REPORT # 99A062

CONECfING CR # JCSO 99-7625 INVESTIGATOR: G.B. MUMMA

CONTROL # 3281

SUBJECT:
Jill MarieBecerra DOB 021381
6855W.Rowland Ave. Littleton. Co. 80128 303·932·2748
Columbine HighSchool

Mother: Lind. Becerra 303·982-4710


Father: Rockey Becerra 303·987·3280

OBSERVATION/INVESTIGAnON:
On 0603991 contacted Jill by phone. At that time I asked her Ifshe could tell me whereshe was during 5"
hour me day of the shooting. Jill stated that she had teftschool at 9'25 .AM. becausesbe bas no other
classesuntil rheafternoon. and as a resultof the shooting she didn't return to the school thai day

No further actiontaken by this Investigator.

INVESTIGATOR: DATE:

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BEER, K.
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FEDERAL IlUR.EAU 0' INVESTIGATION

5/26/99

On 5/26/99, Kelly Beer, OOB 2/14/81, 5141 South Estes


Street, Littleton, Colorado was advised of the identity of the
interviewing Agent, and the nature and purpose of the interview.
She was interviewed in the presence of her Father, Jerry Beer,
OOB 3/23/55. She provided the following information.
On 4/20/99, Kelly arrived at the Columbine High School
at approxi~ately 7:15 a.~., with her Sister, Katie who is a
freshman at Columbine. They parked in the senior parking lot.
She went to her normal classes, her last class prior to first or
A lunch period was cooking class. She normally has this lunch
period, but usually goes to the library to study. However, on
this particular day, she decided to go out to lunch with her
friend, Jessica Rosecrans. They walked to the senior parking lot
at approximately 11:15 a.m., and drove to the Southwest Plaza for
lunch. While in the parking lot, she didn't see or hear anything
unusual. When she and her friend attempted to return to school,
Pierce was blocked off, so they drove into Clement Park, and
parked where the sophomores normally park. At Clement Park, she
first learned that there had been a shooting at the sohool. She
attempted to look for her Sister in the park, but oould not find
her.
She knew who the Trenoh Coat Mafia (TCM) was, to
inolude Eric Harris, and Dylan Klebold. She also knew of other
students that were involved with the TCM, although she didn't
assooiate with any of them. She believes that a girl named
Alejandra Marsh was also a TCM member. She didn't See either
Klebold or Harris on either Monday or Tuesday. She had a
composition class durinq the first semester of this past school
year with Eric Harris. She said that Harris was strange, and
would say strange things in class. On one occasion, Harris spoke
of survival of the fittest, and that if you weren't fit, you'd
deserve to die.
She related another incident that occurred in Columbine
in the Spring of 1998, that involved her boyfriend, Paul Maten,
and the TCM. She stated that Joe Stair, and a student named Eric
Dutro were in the commons during 7th period which was a free
period. Paul Maten and several athletes to include Scott
Marshall were also in the commons at this time. There were also

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several other student.s present. for their free period as welL
Outro and St.air were sitt.ing at a table playing cards. Dutro got
up from his table, and began harassing
other students by getting in their faces and saying 'Satan loves
you" , Many students were upset by Dutro's behavior, Outro and
stair then began kissing each other in front of the entire
cafet.eria. In disgust., Paul Maten went to their t.able, and
pushed all of their playing cards to the ground. stair yelled at.
Maten and told him ·that is Why we hate you, and that. is why you
are on our list.", Lat.er that s~er, Maten began receiving death
threats on the telephone. He would anSWer the phone, and an
individual would say that he was going to kill Maten. German
music was playing in the background. This happened as many as
20-30 times in one evening. Maten went to the police, but the
police informed him that there was nothing that they could really
do,
Kelly does not use the Internet, or chat rooms. She
does remember the thought for the day on 4/20/99 being ·you'll
wish you weren't at school today', with 4/20 flashing on the
screen. She thought that this was referring to 4/20 being
national pot smoking day.

JC.o01.006107
BEETS, CHRISTOPHER

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Rt;portin,g Agency Reponing OffiCtl' Case Report No
CONTINUATION 0
SUPPLEMENT X JCSD Inv, Larry Erzen 99.7625
COfU"~>mgCase: Report No vicrim Name Qriainal R¢port :o.tt Thi$!\¢pert
DN 4960 08·10-99
c ;!KiQD Q First Degree Murder O~ Sb'llU$~ 0p01\ X txccptkllUtlty Clelred 0 Recommend Case: R¢view 0
RIlQlauificaooll 0 Cl~bYAll'eI[ 0 Ullfuunded 0 Closurt- Q

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ADDITIONAL WITNESS:

Beets,Christopher, DOBJI1-17·80
5%3 West IndorePlace
Littleton, CO 80128
H; 303·979·6936

Business Address; Student- Columbine High School

(Parental Information)

Beets, Gail
5963 WestIndore Place
Littleton, CO 80128
H: 303·979·6936

B , Kenneth
5963 WestIndore Place
Littleton, CO 80128
H: 303·979·6936
B: 303-979-8891

INVESTIGATION:

On August 10, 1999between the hours ofl115 and 1120, I attempted to Contact Christopher Beets in reference to the
Columbine incident that occurredon April20, 1999.

I contacted Christopher's mom,Gail Beets, and she proceeded to tell me that Christopher had left schoolprior to the
incident occurring on April 20, 1999, Gail Beets explained that Christopher left school at approximately 1l:15 am,
and went to lunch with his girlfriend, SarahBay. Christopher had toldhis motherthat he did not observed anything
out ofthe ordinary when he left school for lunch and there was no additional information he could pass on in reference
to this incident.

I left my name and telephone number with Gail and instructed her that if Christopher has any additional information to
pass on reference this incident, to have him contact me.

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Unit Nu~ Supervisor Initials and Da~ Assignedto


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SUPPLEMENT X JCSD Inv, Larry Eneo 99-7625


Conr.ecti:p.g Caae R.tp<>rt No VictimNameOriginal Report Dale This Ikpon
DN4960 08-10-99
C ':alion n Fint Degree Murder Offense Smms: ~ x Exceptionally CIII-.i I:l Recomrrn:nd cese Review 0
ReelanitiQtioIl 0 C~byJur=n 0 L'nfuundtd 0 Closure 0

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ADDITIONAL INFORMAnON:

FBI Case#4-DN-57419, DN #4960.

>ISPOSITIQN:

:ase open pending furtherinvestigation.

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BEHAN, S.

JC.OD1· 006111
LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT, DETECTIVE KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER, 99-38856
"ICTIM, COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT, OS/26/99
FFENSe, AOA/COLUMBINe HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER, DN3687. FBI: 4A-DN57419, JCSO: eR #99·7625

SUBJECT, Behan, Sean w/m dob: 3/14/83


6374South Jay Way
Littleton, CO 80123
303-794-6019

Jane Behan (mother) Dennis Behan


6374 S. Jay Way 6374S. Jay Way
Littleton, CO 80123 Littleton, CO 80123
303-794-6019 303-794-6019
303-932-0300 (wk) 303-977-3137 (wk)

.IBSERVATIONJINVESTIGATION:
On 5/26/99, at 0820 hours, Lspoketo SeanBehanon the phone. Seanstated he was a Sophomore at the timeof
the shooting. He did not know Harris or Klebold at all. He did not recognize them whenhe saw their photos on
TV. He knew the trench coat mafia existed, but did not know the members. He statedthey Were a group that
he wouldnot hang out with, he statedthey were"kinda creepy".

Sean staledhis father took him to schoolthe morning of 41201199, arriving at approximately 0725 hours. He
entered through the main entrance and saw nothing unusual outside. He has American History first hour,
Student Senatesecond hour (lowerlevel),Science thirdhour andChoir fourth hour. Seanhas "At< lunch and
after Choirhe went down the stairs into the cafeteria. He stated he met with his friends Brian Blaskovich and
Joey Marino. They decidedto go to McDollllld's for lunch. He stated theywent out into the senior lot and got
Sean's sister's car. He stated they saw nothing unusual going on outsidethe school. He stated they left maybe
around 11:20am. They went to the McDonald'sat Ccalmine and Pierce and didn't realize anything had
happened until they droveback on Pierce Street. He stated they then saw an ambulance, fire truck, and police

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LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE KARLA SARNACKl CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/26/99
OFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3687, FBI: 4A.DN57419, JCSO: CR #99.7625

cars parked on Pierce. He statedhe went through theneighborhood and got to LeaWOOd Park andsaw a lot of
studentsin the park. He parked his car and spokewithsome of the students and found out about the shooting,

Seanstated the only thing unusual that happened around theschool was some prom posters had been tampered
with. He stated the Junior Senate had madeposters advertising the promwith the date on it, 4117/99, He stated
he had heard that someone had crossed out the 17and had written 20 above it

Detective'sSignature/Number/Date Sergeant 's Stgnature/Number/Dtue

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BELL, D

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Reporting Agen.;.y RJ.:porting Otr«.:er Case R<port No
CONTINUATION 0

S\JPPLEMEl'-'1 y JCSO WEBB 99-7625-1


Co~ing c~ Rtport No Victim Name Original Report OatJ; This Report
C, 'trol #3282 05-19-99
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c. ,calion x Flnt Degree Murder """'"s""" 01>«> X EJIi::eplionally Clelltl!U a Recommend Case: Review 0
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WITNESS:

DANIEL CHRISTIAN BELL, D08/06·30·80


6 Pen Oak Drive
Littleton, Colorado 80127
(303) 932·7479

INVESTIGATION:

On 05.19.99, [spoke with Daniel Bell by telephone. This lead wasto determine Daniel's whereabouts during fifth period. as

the records reflectthat fifth hour is a free periodfor him. During mytelephone interview with Daniel Bell, he told me he had
'eft theschool at approximately 1120 hoursbefore anything happened. He saidhe had left class at approximately 1110 hours.
that he was ina Sociology class with Mr. Keritzen. Hesaidhe lefttheroom, but then returned to retrievea bookhe hadleft. He
men exitedthrough the front doors by the teacher'sparking, walked to Clement Parkwhere his car was parked.and went home.
He told me he did not see anything on the day of occurrence. He did tell me that earlier in the day, approximately thirdhour.
at approximately 1005 hours,he wascomingout of the gymandsaw Eric Harris coming out of the videoroom. Ericwaswearing
a blackshirt with greenwriting on it. blackpants. boots. andhe wasalone. He saidhe did speak ttl Eric.just by saying "hi." Eric
did ask him whar timehe got out of school today. H. replied to Ericthaihe wasleaving now. and Eric replied. "Good." Hesaid
Eric hada smallbackpack on, likea knapsack. [ asked himhow Eric's demeanor was.and he told me it wasjust fine. he seemed
normal and not preoccupied by anything. I asked Daniel if he was sure that this was the same day of the Incident. and he said
It was. I asked him if he knew Eric Harris and he said yes h. knew who Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were from past
association a! the high school.

DISPOSITION: Lead dosed.

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BELLISTON, A.

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SUPPLEMENT X .TCSO CSCBOSHKE 99·7625
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CONT.#l", ",] 5·5-99


Clusifieatka Olf_S~OpolI EJl~yCl_ '~Ca>e; Review
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WITNESS
Belliston, Aaron q. 4-15-81
9326 W. Geddes PI. Littleton.Co 303913-2130 orcellS6250Q.4612

Narrative:
On 5-5-99 I spoke with Balliston. He said he hasknown Harris since their freshman yearand double dated
with Harris to their freshman homecoming. He had metKleoold in an economics class last semester and
could neverget him to talk. Balliston first sawthe trenchcoats at CHS in the beginning of his junioryear
and f rst saw Harris in a trenchcoat at the end of thei r junior year. BeUiston said he is not an athlete but was
kind of the class clown and did occasionally make fun of the TCM in general but neverat anyone individual.

No further information.

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Reponing Agency Reponing Officer Cut Repol"l No
CONTINUATION 0
SUPPLEMENT v JCSO WEBB 99-7625-Z
COMe<;(j ng Case Repel"! No V\ctlm N~ Original RepOct Date This Report

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! ~illn X First Degree Murder Offi,nse StaMJ: Qpe:l'l X Exceptionally Cfeaeed 0 Recommend Case: Review 0
R~I_ifll::ltiOll o Cleared by Am!sl 0 ",- Cl Closure 0

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WITNESS:

AARON BELLlSTON
9326 West Geddes Place
Littleton, Colorado 80123
(303) 973·2130

INVESTIGATION,

On 05-24-99, J spoke with Aaron Holliston by telephone, This lead was to determine hIS whereabouts during the time of the
incident on 4·20·99, as records reflecthe had fifthhourfree, During the telephone interview withAaron. he told me that he had
graduated early and had moved to California in February of 1999, He told me he was not on campus and has not been back to
":oloradountil May 20.1999, Aaroncould not provide me any information as to the incident, nor has he heard anything that
would be of benefit to this investigation,

DISPOSITION: Lead closed.

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BENCSTON, A.

JC·001· 006119
Defendant, Harris/KJ.ebold Docket NUlllber,
Date: May 17, 1999 Case Number, FBI174ADN51419
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Deputy D.A. : :tnvestigator: Terry Paczosa

On May 17, 1999, I contacted cas student Andrew Bengston by phone at


his residence. Bengston said that he attended 1st hour, World
History from 07:)0 to 0820. He met with his Marketing Class teacher
near the commons area and then went to a school sponsered marketing
banquet at the WeIshire Inn.
He returned to cas at approxirr.a.tely 1140 cut was turned away by
police.

Andrew Bengston
7991 g Wecster Way
Littleton, CO. 80123
303-979-3726

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Narrative:

Interview with Ashley Burner

On 5-5-99,lnv. Reker did conduct an interview with Berner with her parents present.

Berner related that she had been In the cafeteria at approx. 7:25 am and that she did not notice
anything unusual In the cafeteria at that time.

At lunch time at approx, 11:10a.m. herself,Amy Arapkiles,Kelly Hendrlks,Matt


Davls,Kelly(LNU),Kelly(LNU) and Cory(LNU) went out the west door to the cafeteria to the seniorlot.and did
not see anything out of the ordinary and when they came back from lunch they could not get back into the
lot due to a police blockade.

Berner states that an unknown person had told her since the shooting that the shooting plan was that
all ..._ school doors would be covered by gunman and thattheywould be shot as they came out of the
school but that besides the dead suspects that the other people had become scared an chickened out and
ran.

She also related that an unknown person statedthat they were watching the 2 dead suspects but
couldhear gunshots upstairs at the same lime.

She states that she heard the bombs had been placed In the school at the after prom party and that
in reality the school was accessible that night,not just the prom party area.

Bemerdid not haveany further information and the interview was terminated.

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Uni.t SupeMSOllnilials and Date


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

Did you eve, see the two largo duffel bags in tile oafeterta ?

Didyouseeanyone ~ or iI1!he possession ot!!Jose duffel bags, 111 a previous time ?


3. Didyou see Erie Harris cr Dylan lCIebold eitbet on Monday ofTue>day? Wllat '""'" !heY doing ?
Wllat did mOl' say? W""" l1ley witll anyone else ?
NO
4. Did you leave anything bebilld in !liecafeU!lria ot llllyw!lea: elsein the school ?
tvO
S. Who were you with in !he oateteria ? Where were you sitlillg ?
6. Didyou seeor llllk to anyof !lieT,.llCh COlt Mafia members on Monday 7 Tue>day 7 lfuw about !he
priorweek or weekeud ? III o
1. Ha... you beard aJIytblnj Crom llllybody else ahout other.uspeds, bomblII2IdDg, gw;buying, etc. ?
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t!n-"""(/, T"P/K. rc f' I 6"" if' .rif'A-A/7
9. How did you lea.. me cofe"'ria or !he building? Wllat were !lle eve1llS<bat made you leave ?
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10, Wllat time did you ""Tel' theoat.tetia ? Wh"'" did youCOIllllfrom (pliOl'to l!leoafereria) 7
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I!. Have them IllllI"k: whetol1ley were sitlillg, tbeir route out of the building and whomtheywere with (if
known) 7

12. How did you .xi, l1le building? Where did you go when yougot outand wbaldid you see on l1le
outside of l!lebuilding 7

13. Doyou sse the lntornot? If so, wbalis YOut seteen name 7 Do youha.. ." ICQ(akn: I seek you I
similar to a chat line) 3<:coUllt ? AS/VII/.. E I' ;t 5"

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BERRETt. LO!;'JilIE

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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

Stn?PLBMBNTAI. REPORT

Defendant: Harris/Klebold Docket N\Ullber,


Date, May 17, 1999 Case N\Ullber: FBI174ADNS7419

Deputy D.A. : Investigator: Terry Paczosa

On Hay 17, 1999, I spoke with eRS student Lonnie Barrett.


Ela=ett said that she was at the Selll.inary during the incident in
question. She heard nothing and saw nothing. She also said that
this is the second. ti~ she has been interviewed by police.

Lonnie Barret
6976 S Pierce St.
Littleton, CO. 60123
303-97B 1490

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BEUTLER. ADAM

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Amy Bierbach, dob/IO-OS-gl
6418 WestRoxbury Drive
Littleton, Colorado 80123
(303)933-3926
Studentat Columbine High School

Marilyn Bierbach
same as above I Work:(303)778-6370

Steven Bierbach
same as above I Work:(303)233-5838

INVESTIGATION:
On 06-09-99. at about 1530 hours, I responded to 6418 West Roxbury Drive to contact and interviewAmy Bierbach who is a
student at Columbine HighSchool. This Interview was in reference to the shooting that occurred at the school On 04-20-99.

AmyBierbach said on 04-20-99. at about 1110 hours,aftersbegOI OUI of her science classat Columbine HighSchool.and then
she wentto her locker(#170),whichis in the science ban onthe second levelof the SChool. Amysaid after she was done in her
locker. she proceeded to walkdown the stairs into the cafeteria, and arrived shortly after 1110 hours. Amy said she waited in
the cafeteria until approximately 1115 to 1120 hours,while her mend. Emily Jacobson. went back up the stairs to her locker to
get herkeys. Amysaid whenJacobson returned, they exitedthehighschool through the doors that leadfrom the"Rebel Corner"
hallway to the exteriorof the high schoolinto the Juniorstudent parking lot Thisdoor is on the south side altho cafeteria. and
south of "Rebel Comer." Amysaid after exiting the high schooland going into the parking lot, Jacobson and herself wentto
Amy'5 house fOT lunchat 6413 WestRoxbury Drive. Amysaid theyarrived at her house on 04-20-99, between 1125 and 1135
hours. Amy said after leavingher house to go backto the highschool. they found a heavypolicepresenceand werenot able to
get back into the school, Amy said due to the fact that she wasgone whenthe incident occurred at the school, she did not hear
any bombs being detonated or firearms being discharged. nor did she see any studentswith firearms and/or explosive devices
upon leavingthe school,
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I showedAmy the photographs ofthe duffle bag and propane tankthat were laterrecovered in the cafeteria area of the school.
Amy advised she did not see either item prior to the shooting OIl 04-20-99,

I asked Amyif'she was familiar with DylanKleboldor Eric Harris. She said she did not know either one of these students prior
to this incident, Amy advisedshe does not believethat shehadevenseen eitherone of these two suspects in the hallways at the
schoolpriorto the incidentor duringthe past school year, Amysaid in her second hour class was a female studentby the name
of Alex Marshwho Amy believed couid possibly be an associate of the Trench Coat Mafia, Amydescribed Marshas "really
weird." and said Marshdid not wear a trench coat however, Amy said Marsh would wear a teal colored baseball hat. possibly
a MiamiDolphinshat; however,she was not certain. Amy saidMarsh was very smart in her classes.and seemedto say various
things that would let people around her know how smart she was, Amy said that Marsh would play cards at a table in the
cafeteria at lunch with other Trench Coat Mafiastudents; however, she wasnot sure who these other students were at the time
of this interview, Amy said Alex MarshWas in the second hourclass on 04-20-99.

When I asked Amy about the other Trench Coat Mafia students and/orassociates, she was familiar with some of them; however,
shedid not knowany of them wen. AmysaidDavidCaravan wasin twoof her classes abouttwo to threeyearsago at Columbine
HighSchool. Amy said Caravanwas quiet and said she hadnot seenhim in the past two years since theclass, Amy said Krist.
Hanley would wear black clothingsimilar to that of what the TrenchCoat Mafiastudents would wear. and would stick up for
the Trench Coat Mafiastudents, Amy said she recalled Pauline Colby would Wearall black clothingas well. Amysaid Kirsten
Theilbault, who she believedwas an associateofthe Trench Coat Mafia. and saidshe possibly woreblack clothing, Amy said
Theilbault was heavyset and wouldbe teasedabout herweight on occasion, Amydid not knowwho Theilbault's boyfriend was,
Amysaidshe knew who RobertPerrywas, and 'aid he alway, wore a trench coat. She recalled Perry stickingout from theother
students due to the fact he was tall, Amy said she did not recall seeing perry on 04-20-99,

Amy said she was familiar with the Rebel News NetworkIRNN) and the thoughtof the day, which is a daily statement made
during second hour classes at the school. Amy said she believed Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were part of the Rebel News
Network, and said she was aware that they were in the video productions class, Amy said to her knowledge, Harris and/or

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Klebold had pickedor selectedRachel Scottto be with themat theirtableduringthisvideo productions class, Amy said she had
no idea why Rachel Scott would have been targeted by the suspects on 04·20·99.

Amytoldme she has not heardabout anybody, nor has she heard anyrumorsaboutanybodywho may be constructing explosive
devices and/or possessingor buying any firearms.

Amytold me since the incideot, she has not hadany problerns coping' with it; however, I gave her one of my business cards,and
advised her if she wanted to talk with a JCSO victim advocate in the future, to contact me and I would make the necessary
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MICHAEL BIERMAN, DOBi03-02-81


6692 West Frost Avenue
Littleton, Colorado80123
(303,979-3871
Bus: Penney'slSWP
SSOI West Bowles Avenue
Littleton, Colorado 80123

INVESTIGATION:

On 6-10-99, at about 1230 hours. [ interviewed Michael Bierman at the JCSO South SUbstation. Michael Bierman attended
Columbine High School during 199811999 school year. This interview was in reference to the shooting that occurred at
Columbine High Schoolon 4-20-99.

Michael Bierman said on 4-20-99, at about lllO hours, he got out of his English class at Columbine High School for lunch.
Michael said he leftColumbine HighSchoolat about 1115 hoursand went home to 6692 WestFrost Avenue. Michael saidafter
lunch he tried to return to ColumbineHigh School for his afternoon classes' however. due to the police presence in the area of
Columbine High School he was unableto retum. Michael said he did not go into the cafeteriaof Columbine HighSchool at all
on 4·20·99.

Michael Bierman said he did not know Dylan KJebold or Eric Harris well, however, he said they were both in his English class.
as was Michael said that ~ad been in thisclass as well. bur
had transferred oul of it. Michael said on 4-20-99 both Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris were gone from this Englishclass. He
said he WaS fairly sure. however, lhat Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris were in attendance in thisEnglish class on Monday, 4-19-99.

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Michael Bierman said althoughhe did not know muchabout the"TrenchCOal Mafia" students, he did know that they would
dress in blackand wear blackhats withnames of German bands, suchas "!\:MFD", on these hats, He also said they would wear
trenchcoats and army boots, Michael saidhe hasseenmembers of the"Trench CoatMafia" harassed on a nearlyevery daybasis
by the "jocks"and especially by the football playersat Columbine HighSchool, Michael saidthese"jocks" wouldmakefun of
the "Trench Coat Mafia" students clothing, but the "Trench Coat Mafia" students being harassed would not stand up for
themselves. Michael said he did notsee the "Trench CoatMafia" students harass the"jocks"or any other students. Michael said
that although h. was a football player, and couldtell the "Trench CoatMafia"students did not likehim, he did not recall them
sayinganything to him or harassing him"

Michael Bierman said he could not hear the conversations between DylanKlebcld, Eric Harris,
hileinthe English class, however, hedid remember hearing bitsandpieces
of conversations wherethey wouldtalkaboutcars, their bowling class,andjust about"hangingout," Michael said on 4-20-99
both _ _nd- " , e r e present in the English class, however, hecouldnotremember themsaying anything.
Michael didsay he considere~~ "good guys," Michael saidthat as partof this English class
thestudents wererequired to put together essaysand thenvolunteers wouldread tbeir essays to theclass, HesaidDyIan Klebold,
Eric Harris, and _ \ l o O U l d volunteer to read their essays to the class, and said they would write these essays about
guns and death. Eric Harris wrote an essay about how he was "a shotgun bullet," and talked about how he went into someones
body as a"shotgunbullet." Michael saidtbe reacher of this English classwas Mrs" Kelley. and Michael said he felt shehandled
these type of essays and situations very welt in this class.

Michael Bierman saidDylan Klebold wasdefinitely a follower of Eric Hams. Hesaid if Eric Harris would say something. a short
timelater Dylan Klebold would he saying thesamething, Michael saidhe could notrecall seeingEric Harris weara trench coat
prior to January 1999. and said in fact as far as he could recall Eric Harris would "dress normal" prior 10 January of 1999
Michael said he believed there were aboutsix to ten "Trench CoatMafia" students at Columbine High School. H. said they
would all wear black clothing. and said he would estimate approximately three females were "Trench Coat Mafia' student
members Michael said someof the "Trench Coat Mafia"students wouldwear black lipstick and/or while make-up" Michael
said he wouldconsiderthese "TrenchCoat Mafia"studentsas "Gothic."
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Michael Bierman toldme that he knewlittleabout the individual "Trench CoatMafia" studentsand/or associates, H. said Robert
Perry had been in the English class at Columbine High School, however, he transferred out of this class. Michael described
Robert Perryas "strange" andsaid he also Was "Gothic." Michael said Perrywould'it in the class by himselfand alone, andsaid
Perrywouldalwayswear a trench coat He said Robert perry was tall, about 6'4" to 6'5" tall, so he would stick out in a crowd
accordingto Michael, Michael also told me Robert Perrywouldwearblack lipstickand eye shadow,

Michael Bierman said Chris Morris would wear a trench coat and a "Remsrein," (Michael Biermansaid this is a German band
name),black pantswith suspenders. and armyboots, Michael said Chris Morris wasan a Columbine HighSchool class bowling
team with Nate Dykeman.

Michael Bierman saidwhenthe students fromColumbine HighSchool resumed theirclassesat ChatfieldHigh School. Rebecca
Hinesdid not attendand told her class that she felt threatened, andthat was the reason for not attending Chatfield High School
Michael also toldme thai Brooks Brawn, Nate Dykeman. ChrisMoms,and Robert Perry did not attend this scbooleuher, but
Michael said he did not know the reasonswhy they did not attend,

Michael Biermansaid he did not see anyonecarryingduffle bagspriorto the shootingon 4·21J..99. He said he does nat know
of anyone. nor has he heard rumors of anybody, manufacturing explosive devices and/orsellingor possessing firearms, Michael
saidhe did notsee the "thoughtof the day" on the Rebel NewsNelWork(RNN), For4--2IJ..99. Hesaidhe had first hourofffrom
classes an 4·20·99 and said he was late for the second hour class, which is whenthe "Thought of the day" is broadcasted.

Michael Bierman said Illata female studentby the name of Katy Beertold him that On 4--20·99, when the incidentbegan at
Columbine High School,she initially triedto get OUl of theschool by goingtowards the main doorsan the eastside of theschool
by the administrative offices. however, she said she saw a third shooternext to these offices and this third shooter shot out
windows at that location. Kat)' Beer told Michael Bierman she therefore had to find an alternate location to exit the school.
Michael said Kary Beertoldhim this third shootermay havebeen~ Michael said severalstudentsfrom Columbine
High School believed there were more than two shooters during the incidental Columbine High School on 4·20·99,

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the victimof so muchracial intimidation !hal he transferred to DakotaRidge HighSchoolfor hisjunior year. (Michael Bierman
is Asian). Dueto the factMichael Bierman's grades were not high enough at Dakota Ridge High School, he had to transferback
to Columbine High School for his senior year. Michael said duringhis senior year at Columbine High School, there was no.
nearly as muchracial intimidationdirected towards him as there had been during his freshman year and sophomoreyear.

I asked Michael Bierman how h. has beencoping withthe incident since4-20-99. He told me he has had moments whereit has
beenhardon him. however, he feels he is handlingit fairlywellat the present. I gave MichaelBierman one of my business cards
and asked him to contect me if he wanted to talk with a JCSO VietimAdvocate in the future and I told him I would make the
necessaryarrangements for him at that time,

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Jefferson County Sheriffs Office C.R.: 99-7625
FBI control number: 174A-Div-57419
SUBJECT: BIGGS, Michael Lee
DOB: 07/22/81
ADDRESS: 6376 South Upham Way A-206
Littleton, ce. 80128
(303) 948-8783
PARENT:
Mother: Denise Jacque~

OBSERVATION / INVESTIGATION:
On May 20, 1999 I was assigned an interview with Columbine High School
student Michael Biggs. On May 27, 1999 I spoke to Michael's mother, Denise
Jac~Jez, and made an appointment to interview Michael on June 1, 1999 at
0900.
On June 1, 1999 at 0850 I arrived at 8378 south Upham Way, A-206, to
interview Michael. I spoke to Denise Jacquez who informed me that Michael
had been called in to work at Builders Square. At 0900 1. arrived at the
Builders Square at 4887 South Wadsworth Blvd. and contacted Michael Biggs.
Michael confirmed that he is a student at Columbine Hioh School, in the
eleventh grade. Michael also advised that he had been-in school on April
20, 1999.
Michael said that he had not been in the cafeteria at all during the
morning on April 20th. MiChael advised that his lunch period is after
third period, and that he had gone to a Taco Bell at Bowels Avenue and
South Wadsworth Blvd., across from Southwest Plaza. Michael advised that
he left for lunch between 0930 and 1030. Michael said that he was
acoompanied by two female students Kari and Monica. He did not know their
last names. Michael continued to say that he had been in Literature class
before going to lunch. Michael said that after the class he walked around
the halls for a short period of time trying tc decide where to go. He met
the girls and the left the schcol by way of the main exit near the office.
Michael said that he had parked his car in the teachers lot and they left
from there.
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anyone carrying large duffel type bags, nor did he encounter anyone
associated with the Trench Coat Mafia.
Michael reported that after leaving the Taco Bell they went to
Southwest Plaza for a short period of time and then returned to school.
Michael said that -they entered the teachers parking lot at about 11:10AM,
and enco~~tered a large mass of students running from the building.
Michael stated that it did not appear, to him, like a normal fire drill as
the students were not exiting the building in an orderly fashion as would
be the case in a fire drill, and they appeared panicked. Michael said
that he talked to some of the exiting students and learned that there was
shooting going on inside the school. Michael advised that he, Monica, and
Kari left in his car. He advised that they started to drive into the
south parking lot but pulled back out onto Pierce street. They then went
to Monica'S house where they remained for one hour watching the news
coverage. They then went to the library on West Bowels Avenue and also
spent some time at the Mann Theaters. Michael said that as they started
to turn into the student parking lot he did not observe anyone with guns.
In fact he said that he did not see anyone in the lot.
Michael advised that he had a second period video class with Eric
Harris. Michael continued to say that he had no contact with Harris in
the class. Miohael also related that Harris'S friends would often sit in
the class with Harris. Michael said that he had noticed that Harris would
stare at him no reason. Michael said that he felt intimidated by
Harris and the other members of the Trench Coat Mafia. He said that he
had no confrontations w~th Harris or any other member of the group, so he
did not know why Harris was staring at him. Michael reported that this
was a common tactic of the members of the Trench Coat Mafia. Michael
stated that he did not know the names of Harris's friends who would come tc
the class but described one of them as a: white/male, tall, skinny, with
long sideburns and brown hair. Michael said that this person drove a white
pickup. Michael oontinued to say that he had never seen the video'S that
Harris had made .
Michael said that he spend alot of time on the internet but he had
never come across Harris\s website and had not corresponded with any
members of the Trench Coat Mafia on the internet. Michael was not
familiar with any nameS that Harris or Klebold had used on the internet.
Michael did report that the internet was full of sites like Harris's.
Michael reported that he had heard no rumors about possible trcuble
on April 20th, before that date. He also said that he had heard nothing
about anyone building bombs or selling guns. He did advise that Harris
was not in the video class on April 20th which he thought was a little
unusual as Harris was almost always in class.
Michael could provide no additional information and the interview
concluded at 0930.

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PROGRESS REPORT Control Number: 3302
CASE TYPE; HOMICIDE
CASE NUMBER: 99·16215
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INVESTIGATOR BRICE MOOMAW

On 05·18·99 at about 1140 hrs, this Investigatortelephoned;

BINGEL,CHRISTOPHER ANTHONY
DOB; 04·22·80
(303) 797·0402

Bingelrelated he was at the Wellshire Inn, during the morning hours. He was attending a
banquet for the MarketingClub. The banquet lastedfrom 0830 to about 1015 hrs,

Bingel's 5'" hour was free, so he just went home. A fellow student took Bingel home,
who is identified as:

LAMERS, \\'EST

Bingelstated West went back to school. After the incideut started, West ran to Bingel's
home, which is not very fur from the school. West was in a mathclass.

Bingel stated he did not personally know Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold, He did have a
class with Klebold during the first semester, which was Government and Economics.
Bingelstated he never spoke to them.

This Investigatorasked Bingel if in conversations with his fellow students, is there anyone
who claimsthey saw more than two people and he said no. Bingel did indicatehis brother
was also at school on 04·20·99, Bingelidentified his brotheras:

BINGEL,PATRICKTHOMAS
DOB: 01·18·84

ThisInvestigator did conduct an interview whh Patrick. Refer to another control number,
not yet obtained, for information referencethat interview.

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JCSO 99·7625 I FBl174A·DN·57419 I CONTROL NUMBER: 2117
Investigator Dan Pfannenstiel I West Metro Fire /303-9894307 Extension 530

On May 10, 1999at about 1000 hours Ispoke withLauren Danielle Bixler tdob /6-5-84)
and her mother, Monica (cell # 303-807-6067), bytelephone. Personal information on
Lauren Bixleris as follows:

6315 South Lamar Court


Littleton, CO 80123
303-795-9807

Lauren stated that she was not in the cafeteria at thetimeof the incident and thusthe
interview was conducted over the phone. In addition, Monica's schedule did not allow
for a face to face interview in the near future.

Lauren gave the following information in regards to theApri120, 1999 incident at


Columbine High School:

• Lauren stated that she has Spanish classfirsthour and meets her friends in the
cafeteria before thisclass. She stated that at about 7:20 a.m, she met with the
following:

Chelsea Brown
Janelle Haslet(sic)
Eric Parsons
Chris Therian (sic)
Jason Brian
Brian Fry
Dan Greer
Ryan (unknown last name)

• Lauren stated thattheymet near the bottom of the cafeteria stairs for aboutfive
minutes priorto goingto Spanish class. Shestated thatthisis a typical routine for
her, She stated thatshe did not see anybody resembling me "Trench Coat Mafia" that
morning, nordid shenoticeany "largeduffel bags or backpacks".

• Lauren stared matshe then returned to me cafeteria at about 10:55 or 1 I:00 a.m. She
statedthat she got out of gym classa few minutes early and met some friends in the
cafeteria so mat they couldgo out to lunch. Shestated that she camedown me
interior stairs and walked straight through mecafeteria to the rabies near me west
windows.

• Lauren stated mat she metwithEmerson (unknown lastname / attend Green


Mountain High School), Chrissy Kovac and Chris Fiedling (male), She stated that
they were only there for a few minutes and then leftfor lunch, Shestated thatshe
does have a backpack and took it withher to lunch.
JC·001· 006145

Investigator };L1J)Vlf1J~CU::::1~__ Date ~ .1. Of e.-


Supplemental Report
JCSO 99·7625 I FBI174A·DN.S7419 I CONTROLNUMBER: 2117
Investigator Dan Pfannenstiel I West Metro Finl/303·989-4307 ExtensioD 530

• Lauren stated that theyleft through he south doors andthen drove overto Southwest
Plaza for lunch. She denies seeing anybody resembling the Trench CoatMafia
coming or going at this time. Shedenies seeing any large duffel type bagsor large
backpacks.

• Lauren statedthat she does not mow Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold and therefore, did
not see them in or around the cafeteria at thattimeeither.

• Lauren stated that whileat the mall theyran intosome CHS students that said, "there
was a shootingat school, don't go back". Lauren stated thatthey did not believe
themso the "drove backto a sidestreetoff of Pierce" and that "all thesirensand cops
were coming SQ they wentstraight home (Lauren's house)".

• Lauren stated that she is aware of the Trench CoatMafia onlyas "guys in black
coats". She denies anyotherknowledge of the reM anddenies every talking with
them. She stated thatshe would typically see themaround 6'"hourin and aboutthe
cafeteria.

• Lauren stated that she uses the computers at school on!y fortheresearch of
homework. She denies having an e-mail address.

• Lauren denies mowing anybody with a double pierced eyebrow. but mows of a
BlandonRiesbech (sic), who has a single pierce eyebrow.

I informed Lauren and Monica to call the taskforce should they haveany further
information.

JC·001· 006146

Date ,to /95


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BLA$KOVICH, B•

JC·()(l1·0061 41
,
• 1•

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

D... of ",",eMption 0 5/2 5/19 9 9

Brian J. Blaskovich, DOB 11/18/1982, 6916 West David


Avenue, Littleton, Colorado, telephone (303)978-0523, a sophomore
at Columbine High School, was interviewed at his home in the
presence of his mother, Terri Blaskovich, by Special Agent (SA)
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, Blaskovich provided the following information:
On the day of the shooting, at appro~imately 11:10 am,
Blaskovich got out of Spanish class, taught by Mr. Brookfield,
and left the foreign language department and walked directly to
the cafeteria. Blaskovich went and stood by a lunchroom
table(marked BBE on diagram sketch) and waited for his friends to
show up. There were no other students at the table when
Blaskovich was there. After one or two minutes, Elaskovich saw
his friends, Joe Marino and Sean Behan, motioning to him by the
student entrance. Blaskovich, Marino, and Behan then walked out
to the senior parking lot and drove to a McDonalds for lunch.
Blaskovich did not see anything unusual while they were leaving.
Blaskovich first became aware of the shooting when they were
returning from lunch at approximately 11:30 am. Blaskovich,
Marino. and Behan saw the police cars and all the students
outside and stopped to ask what was going on.
Blaskovich was not in the cafeteria at any other time
that day. Slaskovich did not see any large duffle bags in the
cafeteria while he was there. Blaskovich did not know Eric
Harris, Dylan Klebold, or any of the other members of the
Trenchcoat Mafia.
Blaskovich has an Internet screen name of Blasko55. On
the day of the shooting, Slaskovich was wearing a blue long-
sleeved shirt, khaki pants, and brown shoes.

JC-001· 006148

lnvostis>tion on OS/25/1 S 9 9 et -,L::;~::.·t::;t=l:::e:::t:::o::;nC<,---'C:::o:;:l:::o"r:::a:;d:;o"- _


Jeffco #99-7625;
Fuel 174A-DN-57419 i Control #3714 Dared!"""" OS/25/1999

by SA Ricky V. Wright 01
01

This dceumenr COn41lt'lS rlelr."ler reccmmerdaricns not cOl'lduskms of the Far II is me propertY of the: Fa] and is loaned to your agency:
(I aoo rts ccruerus are ffi)t l0 be J(SI'n!::uted GlJtsllk your J,gern;~
BLENKER, R.

JC.o01.006149
• LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99·38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/24/99
lFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOLTASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3699. FBI: 4A·DN57419, JCSO: CR #99-7625

SUSPECTS: Eric Harris


Dylan K1ebold

WITNESS: BLENKER, Ryan dob; 1/26/84


9570 W. Maplewood PI
Littleton, CO 80123
303-973-1676

ChristineBlenker (mother)
9570 W. MaplewoodPI
Littleton, CO 80123
303-973-1676
303-671-5476 (wk)

KennethBlenker (father)
9570 W. Maplewood PI
Littleton, CO 80123
3Q3-973-1676
303-778-8484 (wk)

INVESTIGATION:
On 5/20199 I was assigned information control number DN3699 for follow up investigation. Information
narrative stated that Ryan Blenker is on the "A" lunch list.

On 5/24/99 I contacted Christine Blenker via telephone. She advised that her son, Ryan Blenker, had been

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JC-001- 006150
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAl. REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/24/99
FFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOLTASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3699. FBI: 4A.DN51419, JCSO: CR #99·7625

suspended on 4120/99 and was not at school when the incident occurred. He was not available for a telephone
interview, howeverspeaking with Christine, she had already spoken to him about any knowledgehe hadof the
trenchcoal mafia and their associatesand he had none, other than he had seen them in the balls, and knew that
they were considered trench coat mafia. She said that with her conversations with her son, she has not gleaned
any information that she considers to be helpful to our investigation, as her son was not at school that entire day
nor the previousweek. She also indicatedthat she has not heard from any other police departmentsor
detectives in reference to interviewing her son.

e '3 Signature/Number/Date

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Jc-001· 006151
BLEVINS, C.

JC..()01.006152
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JC-001- 006153

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BOES, M.

JC-001. 006154
I.AJ(EWOOD PoueE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
• ilIA: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 5/25/99
ClrrENS!: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: ON3709. FBI: 4A:oN57419. JaO: !WR #99-7625

SUBJECT: BOES, Michael w/m dob: 3/3/80


6568 South Newland Circle
Littleton, CO 80128
303-797-8935

Kim Bees (mother)


6568 South Newland Circle
Littleton, CO 80128
303-797-8935
303-861-3657(wk)

Gerald Boes (father)


6568 South Newland Circle
Littleton, CO 80128
303-797-8935
303-744-7303 (wk)

OBSERVATIONIlNVESTIGATION:
On 5/25/99 at 0955 hours I spoke with MichaelBees on the phone, Michael was a Junior at the time of the
shooting. He stated he knew Eric Harris by sight, and considered himself an acquaintance and not a friend. He
stated he knew who Klebold was.

Michael stated that he did not go to school at all on 4120/99, He stated that he attended a MarketingBanquet at
the Wellshire Inn on that day at 0900 hOUTS. He statedthe teacherfor Marketing, Ms. Fromer, arrangedthe
b--1uet fur him and other students.

Page I of 2

JC-001-006155
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
llEPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
lCTlM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 5/25/99
vFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFPS OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3709. FBI: 4A·DN57419, JCSO: CR#99.7625

A typical day for MichaelBoes would be first hour "off' hour, secondhour AdvancedDrawing, third hour
Mmeting, fourth hour LanguageArts, and "A"lunch.

Michael statedthat he knew the trench coat mafia groupexistedand he consideredthem more of a "clique". He
didn't know the members, but did know JosephStare, who was in a previous drawing class with him.

Michael statedthat they were driving back to the school on WestBowlesAvenue when they were passedby
several police cars. He estimatedthis to be between II :30 and noon. He stated they all thought that it was drug
relatedbecauseof the date, 4120. He stated he was with Andrew Bankston in Andrew's car and they went to
ClementPark and met other students there.

Detective's Signature/Number/Date Sergeant's Signature/Number/Date

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Jc.o01.006156
BOHLING, IlRADLEY

Jc..o01-0D6157
UNCLASSiFIED

INFORMATION CONTROL
Control Number: ON3239
Case 10: 174A-DN-57419
Priority: PRIORITY Classification: UNCLASSIFIED Method of Contact
Source: ARCHIBEQUE, JAMES @ In Person 0 Telephone
Affiliation: STUDENT 0 Observation 0 Wril!en
Phone Number: (303) 979-0575 Information Received Dale: 05110/1999 Time: 3:40 PM
Prepared by: HEMPHILL CALVlN INVESTIGATIONSIDENVER PO
(La.t Namel (FlrstName) (Component/Agency)
Event Narrallve: SOURCE INDICATES THAT BRADLEY BOHLING WAS WITH HIM IN THE
CAFETERIAAT 7:10A.M.

Event Date: Event Time: References:


Categories: iNTERViEW STUDENT - CHS

,_ Event Reviewed by: SL Lead Required? YES

Lead Control Number: DN3239

Lead: LOCATEAND INTERVIEWBRADLEY BOHLING ABOUT DUFFLE BAGS, ETC.


DOEl103-07-83. 8066 W. FREMONTDR., LITTLETON, CO 80128. 303-972-9250.

A.signed To: REKER, RICK Date: 05/1111999 Time: 1:50 PM

IN CAFETERIA 7:15 AM. 010 NOT SEE DUFFLE BAGSOR SUSPICIOUS


PERSONS / NOT AT SCHOOL DURING SHOOTING.

Lead Reviewed by: KE Load Completed? El Date: OS/26/1999

Jc.o01· 006158

Printed on 5/26/99 at 3,37 PM UNCLASSIFIED Pagel


BOLES,A
PlRNARR Arvada Police/Court System Page 1
Arvada Police Department 04/30/1999
NARAATIVE

Ref # 99-12051 Reported Pate 04/20/1999 Time 12:39:32


Type ASSTQA Status RTF
Location 620l S PIERCE ST
DET27 04/29/1999 042699/VONDEROHE/SH

The following supplement is being submitted in reference to


Jefferson County Sheriffis Department CR#99-7625 and Arvada police
Department CR#99-~2051 regarding the murders committed at Columbine
Eigh School on 04/20/99. The fOllowing report is being submitted
by net. Jim Vonderohe, Arvada Police Department who is a member of
the task force that is investigating the shootings at Columbine
High School. The following supplement is a synopsis of an
interview conducted by Colorado Bureau of Investigation Agent Jerry
Means and Det Jim Vonderohe of Abigail J. Boles, DaB: 03/10/82.
This interview was conducted at Abigail Boles! residenee and in
the presence of her mother.
Abigail Boles was interviewed in the living room of her
residence located at 7G16 S. Ingalls St., Littleton, CO, 303-973-
9159

Regarding the shooting incident at Columbine High School,


.~igail Eoles seated that she was at school that morning, but left
for home approximately one hour before che incident erupted. She
stated that her mother picked her up between 0930 hours and 1000
hours, after the school nurse had telephoned her mother, stating
that she should come and get her since she was sick, Abigail
Boles stated that she was sick that morning and was vomicing, so
her mocher came and picked her up. The above information was
verified by Abigail Soles' mother, who as mentioned previously,
was sitting in the living ~oom during this inte~view, Abigail
Boles stated that she found out about the shooting incident on
T,V. at 1130 hours, when her mother woke her up in order to watch
the breaking newscasts on T.V.

In discussing what took place at school that morning when she


was at school, Abigail Boles stated that her first class begins at
0730 hours and that approximately fifceen minutes before the class
beginning, she did see Eric Harris. She stated that at
approximately 0715 hours that day, she saw Eric Harris in the
commons, or cafeteria area, at which time she said, "Hi 11 to him,
She stated that he returned the greeting and then she said goodbye
to him while she was en route to her first class, Abigail Boles
stated that when she made the greeting to gric Harris l she was
alone She furcher stated that was the only time that day that she
did see and talk to Eric Harris. She stated that Eric Harris at
that time was wearing normal blue jeans and a white t~shirtl with
some type of prine on it, She also stated bhat he was carrying a
black backpack with him.

Abigail Boles further advised the investigators that when she


met him that morning in the commons area he was with some other
male that she did not know ~y name, She stated that she r~s seen
this person around the school before and that he had not graduated
from the school, Upon further questioning, she was explicit in the
fact that this other person was not Dylan Klebold with Eric Harris
in the commons area, She further was certain that this person also

JC-001·006160
Arvada Police/Court System Page 2
Arvada Police Department 04/3,/1999
NARRATIVE

Ref n 99-12067 Reported Date 04(20/1999 Time 12,39,32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST
DET27 04/29(1999 042e99/VONDEROHE/SH

was not a "Trench Coat Mafia n member, otherwise she probably would
have known his name. She could only describe this Qthe~ person as
being a white male, and ~eing of the same height as Eric Haz~is.
She further stated that this person had short dark brown hair.
Abigail 801es stated that she is familiar with most of the
members of the 'fTrench Coat: Mafia," with he z identifying the people
that ahe knew in thi$ sroup as being her brother, Tad Boles, Joe
Stur, Robert (Ll/UJ, Joho (Ll/UJ who also goes by the name of
"Screech who has eurly hair and is dorky looking. She also stated
ll

that she knows Brian Sargent and Chris Morris. who are members of
the g~oup. She further stated that there are no girls in the
group, although there are girls that associate with the male
members of this outfit.
Abigail Boles stated that the original group consisted of Joe
Stair. her brother ~ Tad, and Chris Morris. She further stated
chat Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were really not even part of the
main group, bu~ basically, hung together as an off-shoot of this
9XOouP. She further stated that the name flTrench Coat Mafia" was
given to them by other people because of the black dusters or
trench coats that they wore.
In discussing her relationship with Eric Harris and Dylan
Klebold. she stated that she really didn't know either one of them
very well, but was just acquainted with Eric. She further stated
that she says hi to almost everyone that she meets, at least once
in order to see what type of response she receives from them.
Abigail Boles stated that she has never been to eicher Eric
Harris' house or Dylan Klebold's house She stated that of the
limited conversations that she has had with these two individuals,
they never mentioned to her anything about their interests or use
in any type of weapons or explosive devices. She stated that the
only thing they really talked about was a video game called "Doom,"
She further confirmed the fact that on April 20th, Tuesday, she
never talked to nylan Klebold that day.
In questioning Abigail Boles as to if any of her friends knew
who committed this violent act at Columbine High Scheol she stated
l

that most of her friends were in a panic when this wae occurring
and t.hat the only thing they could s eer e was that the uTrench Coat
Mafia" meml;lers: did it:. She dl.d state that several of her friends
who wi~nessed the shootings said that one of the suspects looked
like Dylan Klebold,

When asked if any of the students killed at Columbine High


School were known to her, Abigail Boles stated that Isaiah Shoels
was a friend of her" and that Rachel Scott used to push her
downstairs some~ime earlier in their school life history. She
further stated that Cassie Bernall was an acquaineance of her'S and
that she personally admired Cassie Bernall because she carried a
Sible around school with her.
JC·001· 006161
PIRNARR Arvada Police/Court System Page 3
Arvada Police Department o4/30/H99
NARRATIVlil

Ref JI 99-n067 Reported Date 04/20/1999 Time 12,39,32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST
D!T27 04/2~!"999 042899!VONDEROHE/SH

In discussing with Abigail Soles if she had any information


or if any of her friends knew of any significance that April 20,
1999 would have, she stated that the only thing that the people she
associated with were talking about that day because it was National
Pot Smoking Day.
Abigail Boles was asked directly if she had any knowledge
that either Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold were going to commit the
violent acta that they did at Columbine High School, with her
stating that ahe had no knowledge whatsoever. She further stated
that ahe has never talked to Eric Harris on the telephone in her
life, She also was very frank about the fact that she didn't have
the telephone numbers of any of the students at Columbine High
School because she didn't like the majority of them.
With nothing further, this incerview was concluded with
Abigail Boles at approximately 1150 hour~.

JC-001· 006162
BONDAR, N.

JC·001·006163
• 1•

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Dour tmlSCrip""n 05 /:24 / 1999


Nathan Michael Bondar, DOB 03/24/1982, 6380 Brentwood
Street, Littleton, Colorado, telephone (303)972-2115, a junior at
Columbine High School, was interviewed telephonically by Special
Agent (SA) 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, Bondar provided the following information:
Bondar has "A" Lunch, but was not at the school at the
time of the shooting. Bondar and a friend, Brandon Burgess, went
to a Marketing class breakfast away from school for second and
third period. Bondar and Burgess were also together during
fourth period and were just returning to the school when they
where passed in the vicinity of Pierce Street and Coal Mine
Avenue by police cars that were responding to the Shooting.
Bondar was not in the cafeteria at all that day.
Bondar did not know Eric Harris, Dylan Klehold, or any of the
other members of the Trenchcoat Mafia.

Jc.o01.006164

Im,osmon en OS/24/1999
Jeffco #99-7625;
at _L=i.::t.::t~l.::e:.:t::::o::::n~'c....:c:::o:::.l~o:::::.ra~d;:o ...:.:::.:::.::.;::=====,,-,-_
(telephonically)
FHu 174A-DN-57419; Control #3688 D'~d".. ~<l 05(24(1999
by SA Ricky V. wright~
Thi..l dOl;Umem comanI'$. neither eeeommendaucns norconclusions (if the FBI It is dieproperty of theFBI and is loaned to youragency:
it and It.'! contents are:001 :0 be JjsUlb'JUldilutside.your a~nty
BOOZE, R.

JC.001.006165
PROGRESS REPORT ControlNumber: 3304
CASE TYPE: HOMlCIDE
CASE NUMBER: '99-16215
PAGE 1 OF 1
INVESTIGATOR BRICE MOOMAW

00 05-17-99 at about 2225 hrs., thisInvestigator telephoned:

BOOZE, RAISSA LYNNE


DOB: 11-26-81
1946 A S. Depew St,
Littleton, CO 80128
(303) 904-6481

Booze indicated during 5"' hour, she was going to go to IllIlCh with her mend, Erica
Dendorfer, Booze waited fur Erica at the top of the stairs. Initially Erica did not show
up, so Booze went downstairs. AI the bottomof the stairs, Booze found Erica.

Erica related she bad forgotten her keys in Madam Lutz's office. They went to the French
office and Erica got her keys. After that, they went out the doors to the COIIlI1lOll:S and
half way into the senior patking lot.

They got in Erica's car and left. Erica was driving. They left the school at about 1118
hrs, Booze remembers hearing the five minute bell when she was at the bottom of the
stairs and they bad not yet gotten the keys. This Investigator asked Booze if they ever
beard or saw anything and she said no

Booze was asked if she knew or bad seen either Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold? Booze
indicated she may have seenthem at school, but she does nol know who they are. Booze
related shejust moved here this year,

JC-001·006166
BOR.>fHOEFT, B.

JC-001· 006167
PROGRESS REPORT Control Number: 3305
CASE TYPE: HOMICIDE
CASE NUMBER: 99·16215
PAGE I OF I
INVESTIGATOR BRICE MOOMAW

00 05-17-99 at about 1430 hrs., this Investigator telephoned:

BORNHOEFT, BRIAN THEDORE


DOB: 07-04-79
5690 W. Canyon Ave.
Littleton, CO 80128
(303) 971-0989

This Investigator inquired from Bomhoeft where he was during 5'" hour. He related he
was at Warren Tech. He classes start at noon and go to 1700!lrs. He takes the bus and
leaves at about 1030 Ms.

This Investigator asked Bomhoeft nile knewEric Harris or Dylan Klebold and he said no.
He also relatedhe does not know anytlling about the TTench Coat Mafia.

This Investigator asked Bomhoeft in his discussions with his friends. have any seen the
gunmen? Bomhoeft indicated his sister saw a gunman standing over a dead body. He
identified his sister as:

BORNHOEFT. APRIL

April saw the gunman when she was escaping from the school. This occurred right after
the incident started.

JC·001· 006168
BORZYCll, JACINDA

JC-001·006169
UNCLASSIFIED
INFORMATION CONTROL
Control Number: DN3732
Case 10: 174A-DN-57419
Priority: PRIORITY Classification: UNCLASSIFIED Method of Contact
Source: HEMPHILL, CALVIN o In Pe",on o Te"'phonolRJldlo
Affiliation: DENVERP,D, o Obsarvatlon @Wtl1ten
Phone Number: (303) 760-7599 Information Received Date: 05/18/1999 Time: 1:30 PM
Prepared by: HEMPHILL, CALVIN I&I/DENVER PO
(Component/AgencYl
Event Narrative: JACINDA BORUCH IS ON THE 'A' LUNCH LIST, 10577 W. ROXBURY AVE" 933-
7269, MOM: SUSAN: 982-2574, DAD: CHARLES: 472-8694

Event Dete: Event Time: ReferenclllI:


Categories: INTERVIEW STUDENT - CHS

) Event Reviewed by: SL Lead Required? YES

Lead Control Number: DN3732


Lead: LOCATE AND INTERVIEW JACINDA BORZYCH

Assigned To: RUSSELL, MIKE Date: 05120/1999 TIme: 3:17PM

Dlsposillon: CONTACTED JACINDA BORZYCH ON 5121/99, AT WHiCHTIME SHE


CONFIRMED BEING ASSIGNED TO 'A' LUNCH, HOWEVER HAD LEFT THE
SCHOOL GROUNDS 'I\IITH KRISTIN FINK, MEGHAN LEBSACK, AND SHANNON
KEEFE ANDGONE TO THESOUTHWEST PLAZA MALL, REPORTS SEEING A
BLACK BMWENTERING THE SENIOR PARKING LOT FROM PIERCE ST AS
SHEWAS LEAVING THE LOTBETWEEN 1110-1115 SHECOULD PROVIDE NO
INFORMATION RELATIVE TO THEOCCUPANTS OFTHE VEHICLE.

Lead Reviewed by: KE ,Lead Completed? r;;) Date: 0610811999

JC-001· 006170

Printed on I0J411999 at 1:l7 PM UNCLASSIFIED Pagel


BOWERS, D.

JC-001· 006171
lAKEWOOD PoueE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
'PORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
"tCTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/25/99
OFFENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3733. FBI: 4A-DN57419. JCSO: CR 199-7625

SUBJECT: BOWERS, Denise dob: 6/24/81 w/f


5128 South Zang Way
Littleton, CO 80127
303-972-8796

Dawn Bowers (mother) Kenneth Bowers (father)


5128 South Zang Way 909-781-3634
Littleton, CO 80127
303-972-8796
303-724-5054 (wk)

OBSERVATIONJINVESTIGATION:
On 5/25/99 at 0925 hours, I spoke with Denise Bowers on the phone. Denise was a Senior at the time of the
shooting. She did not know Harris or Klebold, She staled she had a video class with Klebold the last two
semesters, however, he kept very much to himself and she really didn't know him very well at all. She knew
the trench coat mafia group existed, however she did not know any ofthe members.

Denise stated that on a typical day she had first and second hour off, third hour video class, and fourth hour
ceramics class. She has "A" lunch. She stated that on 4110/99, she did not go to school in the morning and was
headed for her class after "A" lunch. She stated she was drivingher car and got as far as Pierce and Leawood
when she came upon a police barricade. She estimated it to be approximately 11 :40=. She stated she didn't
see any of the trench coat mafia members aroundthe school at that time.

-tective's Signature/Number/Date Sergeam 's SignatureINumberiDate


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JC-001- 006172
BOWIE, V.

JC.001- 006173
Reporting Agtncy ~ing Offt«r Case Rt:pon No
CONTINUATION 0
SUPPLEMENT y JCSO PETERSON 99-7625·AA
Connecting eDt Roport No Vi¢urn Name Original Repon DateThis Report
05-20·99
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C aiort X FIRST DEGREE MURDER ~StMlSl~ X Excepliondly Cltared CI R~mmend Case: R.evi~ CI
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WITNESSES:
Veronica Bowie, dob/ill-2il-S3
7363 South Vance Street
Littleton, Colorado 80123
(303)978·9261 Student- Columbine High School

Edie Bowie
sameas above

INVESTIGA TION:
On 05-20·99, at about 1600 hours, I contacted witness Edie Bowie in reference to setting up an interview with her daughter,
Veronica Bowie, Edie Bowie advised me that on 04-20~99. her daughter. Veronica Bowie, was not in the cafeteria, She said
on that date, Veronica Bowie had gone out to eat lunch. and was therefore away from Columbine High School and the cafeteria,
~di. Bowie said when Veronica Bowie returned to the school, all the roads and parking lots were blocked by police, and Veronica
dowi. could not get back in the school. Edie Bowie advised me she did not believe that Veronica Bowie had any information
tbat would be valuable to this case.

If it is determined later that an interview with Veronica Bowie is necessary, I will conduct an interview at that time,

DISPOSITION; Case is open, pending further investigation.

JC-001.006174

OfficerSienaruee Unit Number Supetveor Initia\$ and Date Assigned To hge 1

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BOYER, J

JC.o01· 006175

Stil?l?LEMENT REKER 99-7625 HOMICIDE 5-23-99


INTERVIEW WITH JESSE BOYER
6521 W.BRITTANY PL.
LITTLETON, COLO. 80123
303-798-9070
on 5-23-99,Inv. Reker did interview Boyer at his
residence with his mother present.
Boyer states that at 10:15 he had been in the cafeteria
and had left at approx. 11:00 to go out to lunch off school
grounds. Boyer relates that he had been sitting at the tables by
Columbine corner prior to leaving the school,and that he was
sitting with Dave Didel,Kelly Dixon,Ryan Ishino, Seth Houey,and a
girl named Kelly.
Boyer states that Kliebold had been in the 3rd hour
video class that morning but had left and that he was by himself
and was wearing a black Boston hat and a black trench coat.
Boyer states that while be was in the lunchroom he did
not see any suspicious bags on the floor or any other suspicious
activity_
Boyer related that he had heard that Harris and
Kliebold had keys to the school and that this was a rumor and he
does not remember where he heard this info.
Boyer was unable to provide any further info and the
interview was terminated.

JC..o01·006176
TEA.'vI FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TOBEASKED

I. Did )IOu ever see thetwo lorge dllffel bagsin tbe cafeteri. ?
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2. Did you seeanyone carrying or ill the possession of thoseduffel bags, at a previous time?

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3. Didyou seeEric Harris or Dylan Klebald either an Monday of Tuesday? What weretheydoing? j • ,_ n
Whatdidtbeysay? WeretbeywitbanyoaeeIse1 _ .' . ~'J;:<I ,·Pt :;IJo-
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4. Didyou lea""anytbing behind in the'J:afe<eria or anywhere else in the school ?


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6. Did you see or talkto any of tbe Trern:h C"", Mafia memhers 00 Monday? Tuesday1 How about!be
prior week or weekend 1 .NCr /1'10

7. about o~er ~pectst bomb makil:m,,gun huyin~ etc, 1 ,: <:> I':J l ,.,
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_9. Howdid you I"""" the cafered. o'!be building 1 What werelbe events tbormadeyoul..ve ?

-10, What time did you enterrbe cafeteria 1 Whele did you comefrom (priorto the cafeteria) ?

_ 1 L Have themIT.ark where tbey weresitting, their route out of !be buildiog and who they were with (if
known) ?

12. Canyouprovide My funller information 00 the members of the Trench Coa,Mafia •

13. Ask the parents if thekids have raid them anythingelse? Different?

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BOYLE, K
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JC..()O~- 006179
• PROGRESS REPORT ControlNUUlber: 3312
CASE TYPE: HOMICIDE
CASE NUMBER, 99·16215
PAGE I OF2
INVESTIGATOR BRICE MOOMAW

On 05-16-99 at about 1940 brs., this Investigator telephoned:

BOYLE, KAYLEY JAY


DOB: 07-14-82
9555 W. Lake Pl
Littleton, CO 80128
(303) 933-6175

Boyle relatedduring 5'" hour, she was going with a friend to lunch who she ideutilied as:

COOK, BREANNE
(303) 948-2129

Boyle indicated she bad not gone to school that day. Currently she was attending Warren
Tech. in the morning at Green Mountain. She attended school between 0730 hrs, to 1030
hrs,

On 04-20-99 at about 1110hrs., MI. Collins, a teacher at Columbine, called her answering
machiae. He wanted her to come to school aad pick soJJJelhing up. Bremme bad ditched
that day to come get her fur lunch. Breanne picked her up at about 1110 hrs, At about
1115 hrs., theygot to the schooljust when the problems started,

At the school, the police bad Pierce blocked off and there were fire trucks and police
everywhere. They stopped at the corner of Pierce aDd Bowles. They went to Woodman
Park. Theysaw a couple of teachers there. .

Both girls left Woodman park and drove through the neighborhood. They could not get
out, so they lefttheir car. Breanne was driving.

Boyle indicated her last day at Warren Tech. was 04-30-99. Boyle was !!till a student at
Columbine, but they knew she was going to Warren Tech. Boyle bas 5'" hour off at
Warren Tech. She bad not beengoing to Columbine for the last furty days,

This Investigator asked Boyle if she knew Eric Harris or Dylan K1ebold personally. She
said no,however, she knewthey were part of the trench coat group. Boyle did not talk to
them and she did not knowthem.

This Investigator asked Boyle ifshe bas spokento any of her friends who were at the high
school that day who saw the gunmen? She related she bas two friends who told her they
saw the gunmen. Boyle identified the two girls as:

JC-001-0061BO
PROGRESS REPORT COlIIroI NlIllI!:Jer; 3312
CASE TYPE: HOMICIDE
CASE NUMBER:" 99-16215
PAGE20F2
INVESTIGATOR BRICE MOOMAW

NUNCIO, VERONICA (.rumor)


(303)973·51Sl
and
CLARK, LEIGH ANN (Freshman)
(303) 932-6390 .

NllIlCio was outside and bad a bomb thrown at herand Clark was in the Cafeteria.

JC-l101·006181
BRONSON, B
FBI174A·DN·57419
JCSO 99·7625
Investigator: GlennMoore - Golden Police Department I (303) 384-8080

RE: CONTROL 112586

Investigative lead of student "ditching" from Columbine High School on 04-2Q-99.


BrandonJoseph Bronson(OOB:060380)
6743 W. Ida Drive #1034
Littleton, CO 80123(303) 73Q-7739

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:
WlLSON. BenjaminM. (OOB:021882)
6357 South Gray Court
Littleton, CO 80123
(303)730-1958

05-10·99 / 12:IOpm
Ben WlLSON confirmedhe had not attended his morning classes at Columbine High
School on April 20,1999. He explained that be does not have a first hourclass,and did
not attend his World History class during the second period, nor his Gymclass during
third period. He furtherexplained that he had provided his friend, BRANDON
BRONSON, a ride to Burt Chevrolet that morning as be was havingan ignition put in his
car. He said he learnedof what had occurred at the school afterwards, and thus did not
returnto his afternoon classes. Ben said be had not heard anything of the pending
assault,but had met Eric Harris last year in a class they had together. He described him
only by saying, "Eric was not crazy back then."

I then telephonedBenWilson's mother, Sharon Wilson. She provided a similar


accountof Ben's absence from school that day. She added that Ben is good friends with
BrandonBronson,and that they were retrievingBrandon's car from the repairshop when
the incidentoccurred at Columbine High School.

In an effort to confirmthis account I contacted Burt Chevrolet and spokewithRick


Jones. of their Service Department. Jones independently confirmed that on April 20,
1999 they had releaseda 1990 Chevrolet Camaro after havinginstalled an ignition switch
with the customername listed as "Russ Bronson." He said their records however did not
indicatewhom had accepted the car as the signature was illegible, nor do they keep
records of the time of day vehicles are released. "Russ Bronson" is listed on the Student
Information Card as the parent of BrandonBronson.

CN#2619 lead or Ben Wilson's absence Was also cleared as related.


** NO new leads generated.

JC-001· 006183

Investigator ~
".
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STUDENT INFORMATION CARD~

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Home Phone: Z r 0- "2 Z t r. Entry Date' Entry Ccce:_ _

Sceer Address: 67~7 i-v TI'Il Grode: IZ


Bldg.lApt.:? /03 <I Bilthdate: 5'- 3' - BC

City; l'..ft.&b7 C;; / Zip: 8012.-/' ;/s ex: Check one: Q?M 0 F ~
Moiling Address: Student Social Security Number' ,["2 'f' ~B'?-OlZ?
'It *... ril Number the emergency call sequence boxes in the order people should be CGJIed in an emergency.
L.!:J Female Adult iu Home: f Include Area Codes and E:cumsiOl

o Name: ~W ,b}OI1.ron Work Pho•e: _

Ch,ck one: ~ USa! Guardian (I) C Step Parent IJ) fifP""m IK) 0 TemporaryGuardian IMl Of." (Ll _

Employed By: !:>/s-le/l/ lIt:lZl''Ht. Serv/ceS Occupeuoa: ;,ICN'S<!- Sl(jilVV'/Sitlt<

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oe: .s». -#r .. on Fed",," Property? Check one: 0
Is this posmon Y 7
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o Name'. "'$..3"'-"'''''i''''5c- -l.:.:.:::.<..<.:;:.:;....:.. Work Phone: -4'-'<:":::"_L..!......"--"- _

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-Employed By /.../n+b/'d lU'ClS G'/lZS'S Occupation: S41e5 £e"q

Work Address: [s rhis position on Federal Property" Check one: 0 Y ).!


Does the student have a legal parent on active duty in the military? Check one: )1
. rInclude Area Codes and £.,runsi,
~GlNC'f
CALl. SEQUENCE

Partnt who fesides at another address:


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o Name:
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Phon"
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When a parent cannot be reeehed, who should be caLknI:

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__I_'f;_"._ey....:.. {.si~J Phon" _
Di$el.1.S€!{Sl. :\Iledication{s), or Conrlition{sl that may affect this student's activities:

JC-Q01- 006184

Transporrancrc !'eder.>l S"""'1 Code: _


SCHOOL _ _ EHS _ _ Status Witb""":ll O"e: _
Bus ~umber _ Withdrow:ll Code: _
L'SE
Emnii;; DOrner Record (2) Student Transferred To:

HOI/.E i,VEOR.HATlO.V ON THE OTHER SiDE


BRONAUGH, B.

JC-001· 006185
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

Defendant, Harris! Klebold Docket Number'


Date: May 14, 1999 Case NUmber. FBI174ADNS7419

Deputy Il. A. : Investigator: Terry Paczosa

******************************-*********.***************************

On May 14, 1999, I spoke with Bradley Brunaugh, senior and football
captain at CHS. Brunaugh said that he and two friends, Klint
Woodman ana Jason Rauzi went to Burger King for lunch. He said that
they left the parking lot (space 130) at about 1119. They did not
see Harris or Klebold or anyone carrying a duffel bag nor did they
hear any shots.

Brunaugh said that he knows Harris and Klehold but did not associate
with them. He goes to bowling class on Mondays and saw Dylan at the
howling alley on Monday the 19th. As usual, Dylan was dressed in
black and wearing dark glasses.

As far aa seeing anything unusual on April 20, 1999, Brunaugh said


that as he was walking from the parking lot to the school he noticed
that Nate Dykeman' a white truck was not in the lot as it usually
was. When asked why he noticed that, Brunaugh said that the truck
was big and beat up and he would walk by it most every day.

Bradley Brunaugh
6378 S Chase Ct.
Littleton, CO. 80123
303-798-3863
C//.
Investig
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JC-001- 006188
BURGESS, A.

JC..Q01·00 6189
ArVada police/court System Page 1
Arvada police Department OS/25/1999
NAlUlA'rIVE

Ref # 99-120Q7 Reported Date 04/20/1999 Time 12,39:32


ASSTOA
Type Status RTF
Location 0201 S PIER~
DETS? OS/25/1999 0524;~

JCSD ~~-7525
CONTROL #1929

On May 21, 1999 Investigator Duane Eaton of the Arvada Police


Department was assigned investigative lead bearing control #1929.
The information control sheet listed the source of information as
Kathy Paavilainen with an address of 5445 W, Karyl Place,
~ittleton, Colorado, telephone 303-932-0045, The information
control sheet was prepared by Detective James Vonderohe of the
Arvada Police Department. The narrative portion of the form
advised that during an interview of Paavilainen by Investigator
Mike Gallagher of the ~efferson Co~ty District Attorney'. Office
and Detective Vonderohe, Paavilainen stated that while working at
the after prom party at Columbine High school she had observed two
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males attempting to enter the high school by tr/ing the doors at


approximately 0230 hours. Paavilainen advised that she also
observed student Amber Burgees and a male friend exit outside via
the weight room door that was propped open. Investigator Eaton was
assigned the task of interviewing Amber Burgess and her male friend
to determine if they observed anyone or anything suspicious.
On Monday! May 24, 1999 at approximately 1025 hours,
Investigator Eaton was able to make telephone contact with Amber
Leann Burges. (DOB 10/22/80), 9050 W, Portland Avenue, Littleton,
Colorado; 80123, telephone 303-979-7015, Inves~igator Eaton
advised Burgess of the reason for his call and re~~ested that
Burgess speak with him about what took place at the aft$~ prom
party on April 1/ and 16, 1999. aurge$S agreed to an interview
with Investigator Eaton,
Burgess confirmed for Investigator Eaton that she was at the
after prom party at columbine High School on the two previously
mentioned dates, Burses5 advised that at one point during the
party, she was with a friend she identified as Kristi Held
(telephone 797~l591). Burgess advised that at some point during
the after prom party, Held's prom date left the party and did not
return. aurgess advised that a male who Held is interested in
dating wanted to come into columbine High Schoolfg after prom
party. Burgess advised Investigator Eaton that this male friend
was identified as Ron, Burgess also advised that two other males.
Cory and Brian (last na~es unknown}¥ were supposedly with Ron.
Burgess advised Investigator Eaton that Held asked Burgess to
attempt to find a door wh~ch would allow entry by Ron, cory and
Brian.
Burgess advised Investigator Eaton that she opened the weight
room door in an attempt to allow the three males entry. Burgess
advised Investigator Eaton I however, that she was confronte~ by a
parent ana told to go back into the school. Burgess advised
Investigator Eaton that she did not get a chance to allow the three
males entry into the school. aurgess advised Investigator Eaton

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that later during the night, school staff did allow the three males
entrl into the school and party. Burgess advised Investigator
Eaton that she believes the males were from Heritage High School.
Burgess advised Investigator Eaton that other than attempting
to allow the three males into the school, she had not exited the
school during the nigh.t. Burgess advised Investigator Eaton that
$he did not observe anything suspicious or out of the ordinary
while at the party. Burgess also advised Investigator Baton that
she was alone when she attempted to open the weight room door and
that she was not with any male as mentioned in the information
control sheet.
Since Investigator Eaton was already in contact with Burgess,
~ attempted to determine her whereabouts inside or outside
columbine High School on April 20, 1999 in an attempt to determine
if she had observed any of the activity surrounding the homicides.
Burgess advised Investigator Eaton that she was not in school on
that date. Burgess advised that the Saturday previous to April 20,
1999. her grandmother had died. She advised that her grandmother
lived locally. B~rgess advised Investigator Eaton that the funeral
for her grandmother was on Tuesday, so she was out of school
attending the funeral. Burgess did advise Investigator Satan,
however! that if she was at school, she would have been in choir in
the choir roo~.
Investigator Eaton asked Burgess if she was acquainted with or
socialized with Eric Harris and/or nylL~ Klebold, Burgess advised
Investigator Eaton that she was not acquainted with and did not
know Eric Harris. Burgess did advise !nvestiga~or Eaton, however!
that she was acquainted with Dylan Klebold. She advised that she
was aware of who Dylan Klebold was but never socialized with him.
Surgees advised Investigaeor Eaton that every day when she comes
into school, she make$ entry into the school through the cafeteria
doors. She advised that most every day she comes in, she observes
Vanessa Grimes, Alex Marsh and Dylan Klebold all sitting together
in a corner of the cafeteria. She advised that these are all
subjects who generally dress in black and act a little strange.
Burgess added that last semester she was a classmate of Grimes in
her Government/Econ class. She advised that Grimes was nice but a
bit strange. Burgess advised that Grimes discussad practicing
witchcraft while in this Gcvernment/Econ class. Burgess advised
Investigator Eaton that she has never had any personal problems
with any of these persons I however.
Burgess advised Investigator Eaton that she had nO other
information eo give in reference this investigation.
rnvestigator Eaton concluded this interview at approximately
1040 nours.

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10 Parson and Oet. Jim Vonderohe were requested by the oommand


post to conduet an inte~~iew with Susan Dewitt, who had approached
an officer on the perimeter of the crime scene with information~
At 1155 hours. to arA Det. Vonderohe met with Susan Rebecca Dewitt,
DOS, 02/03/92, wno was accompanied by her father, Steve oewitt,
and mother, Susan ?jeldheim. Susan Dewitt L~d her family were
moved by I01s car to a point away from the media, at a nearby park
on Fair St. near Marshall. This is a point inside the outer
perimeter and just east of Columbine High School.
At ~15S hours, the interview was conducted. hue w.s not
recorded, due to the lack of equipment. Susan Dewitt stated that
she had known Eric Harris after meeting him at his place of
employment, the Blackjack Pizza reseaurant, located near Ottawa and
Pierce St. She state. tnat she works for Great Clips 1972-0535),
which is in the same etrip mall, and her job as receptionist
involves her frequent trip$ to Blackjack Piz2a to order and pick up
pi2za fer the various employees at Great Clips. She got to know
€~ic, who works at Blackjack and discovered that they go to the
same school. She stated that he seemed very nice and that they
talked to each other occasionally. He somehow determined her name
and began asking some of her friends at school about her and
whether or noe she l~ked him, etc. She stated that he even went
into Great Clips to ask for her on a couple of occasions. He has
asked a friend of he~'s by the name of Magan Ledsack about her and
whetner or no~ Susan liked Srio. sne stated that this nas all
occurred si~ce Janua~: and that she did not know him prior to that
time,

$. Dewitt stated that last Friday night (04/16/991 business


was slow because of the snow and she went to the pizza business to
place an order and returned $hortly after that to pick it up, She
.~aced tha~ he provided her ~he order, at apprQxima~ely 7,30 p.m.,
and they talked briefly. She gave him her phone nun¢ler and he
indicated he would call after work. Sne stated that she go~ off at
approximately 9:00 p.m. He later did, in facti call her residence,
getting her mother. Susan Fjeldheim.

Su&an Fjeldheim stated that he called and identified himself


as Eric and asked for Susan. She staeed that he seemed very nice
until she told him that Susan had gone to spend the ni9ht with a
friend. She sta~ed that his tone changed somewhat and that he
seemed somewhat mad that Susan was not home to receive his call.
She asked if he w~nted her pager number and he took ie, She
recalled thinking that seemed very unusual that he would get so
angry so quickly. simply Qecause she was not at home.
Susan Dewitt then stated that Eric did page her, and indicated
that the phone numbe= was still in her pager. She checked "her
pager and indicated that Ihe received the page at 9;29 on Friday
night, the 16th• •nd was requested to call the phone number 9)2-
8S~l. Following that phone number was ehe number 732, which she

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stated she recognized as his personal code, but did not know that
it was his code until talking with him on the phone, She explained
that many of the kids today are using code numbers following their
phone number to le:e people know t.l:1&t it is "rea.lly them. 11 She
learned upon talking to him that 732 was his code. She stated that
he stated that he was home and that the ~32 phone number was his
personal line in his room. She indicated sne was spending the
night at a friend named Katie's and that they talked for about half
an hour. She stated that he did not seem mad at all and seemed
fine. Asked about what kinds of things thay talked about, she
stated that he once men~ioned seme kids that he used to be friends
wi~h, who he was mad at for making fun of him. She specifically
mentioned Mike Dinkle. whose sister is president of the studene
body in their school. He stated that he had heard that Mike Dinkle
was t.alking abou~ him and making fun of him and so he stopped
hanging around with Mike. Susan Dewitt indicated that Mike
Dinkle's sister is named Heather and that her friend, Megan, is
boyfriend/girlfriend with Mike Dinkle.
In response to questions, Susan Oewitt stated that she would
sometimes see Erie at sehool, but would most often see him standing
along the street where kids parked east of the school {Fair St.)
smoking or talking ~ith friends. They would say hi to each.other.
Asked who Eric most often hung around with, she stated that he
hung with a. boy named Nat.han, a senior who used to work at. the
McDonald's at Coal ~ine and Pierce and then at Blackjack, where
Eric works. She stated, however, that Nathan recently quic
Blackjack'a. Asked about Dylan Klebold, she stated that she did
not know Dylan.
Asked about what eLee t.hey talked about, she stated that they
talked a little bit about computers because she was attempting to
install AOL at her friend, Katie's residence. Asked if Eric seemed
to know a lot abQut computers. she stated that he did and that when
she was visiting him .~ his home on Saturday, he talked about.
making CD'. f.om the computer.
Returning to t~e one half hour phone calIon Friday. 04/16/99,
she seated that he asked if she had plans for Saturday and they
agreed that he would call her somecime in the early afte~noon of
Sa~u.day, 04/17/99. He, in fact, called her later Sa~urday
evening. at approximately 6:3a or 7~OO p.m. and asked her if she
wanted to come to his residence and watch a movie. She agreed,
arriving at approximately 7:00 p,m. She indicated that he only
lived approximately five minutes from her and that she drove
herself to his residence. She stated that his parents had just
left and he indieated that they were going out to dinner for their
anniversary. He was home alone. She stated that they watched the
movie. tit.led. "Event RQrizon ll and Eric indicated that this was one
of his favorite movies. She stated that it was about demons and a
haunted ship. She indicated she could not give us Sric~s address,
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but that he had gi7~~ her directions tor her to So to his house.
Sne described it as a nice house wieh blue trim and grey stone,
three-story and ver/ large with a two-car garage, She statea that
when she arrived. she glanced around and noticed Eric's black
trench coat laying on the stairs. She stated that she sees him in
it outside of the school, but not in schoOl. She seated that be
was act ing "normal," sit t; ing a"o=<I.. He asked i f she wanted to go
downstairs and watch the movie and they, in fact, did move to the
downstairs area. They watched the movie straight through with nO
interruptions or phone calls and the movie ended at approximately
Sh30 or 9:40 pv m. After the Iliovie was over, they talked brief:;
ana the only time he left was to let the dog out and retu~ and let
the dog in and ret~rn. We talked aboue other movies and made
"small talk." She stated that he mentioned Mike Dinkle again and
that he seemed 'l hu~~ " racher than angry about hearing that Dinkle
had talked about h~~ and made fun of him. He described Di=kle as
being a "jerk U that he did not like an.ymore. He did not rr.ake any
threats towards Oi~kle, however.
She stated that his parents returned home at approximacely
10:00 or 10:30 p.m. and that his moeher and then father, came
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downstairs. They talked for about five minutes and seemed nice.
Eric's mather shook her hand and Eric's father indicated thac he
goe his hair c~e a~ the Great Clips where she worked. They then
went upstairs and ~:ic asked her if she wanted ~o listen to some
music. They wane i~to his bedroom, which was downstairs I and just
off of the room where they were watching the movie. She s~ated
that his room had posters of bands and one of Jenny McCart~y. She
notect that he hact a lot of C.D.'s anct that he macte them off of the
computer. Asked aJ:)out the type of music that he was liste-=ing to,
she stated that. some of the music was "soft and flowing U such as; j

Enya (sP?), but stated that. some of the music had "anger expre$sed."
She stated that it was yelling and screaming. She stated thac she
did not believe :t was in any foreign languases or that proe~~ity
was used hut tt~t there was lots of banging. He described this as
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some of his favorites. She stated that she was not familiar with
any of the music of this nature. In response to questions, she
stAted that the playing of this music did not seem to upset him.
She indicated that she saw soccer jersey's hanging in his room
and a5~ed it he played soccer. He seated that he did; until
recently, but had d"opped out. Sha asked if he played for
Columbine High Scheol and he stated, no and stated it in such a way
that was somewhat exaggerated, but very definite chat he had not
played for the school. She stated that they continued to .it on
his bed listening to music. She leoked around his room and
recalled seeing concert and movie ticket stubs stapled around his
window. She stated that she did not see anything in his rOOm that
she conside:t:'ed "suspicious." She stated that he received no phone
calls during this time. At one point, she asked him for an aspirin
and he left the room to look for one for her because she had a
headache, Then, her sister paged her, which meant t1 ge t home ;" She

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indicated that he made no effort to get up or to encourage her to


leave, however. She told him even~ually thae she needed to go home
so she wouldn't get in trouble. She stated that the page came at
approximately 10:30 and that she did not leave for approximately 30
more minutes.
Asked if he had initiated any type of intimate contact with
her. she stated that he put his arm around her once, but did not
kis$ her except eo kiss her on the cheek when she left, as a way of
saying goodbye. He mentioned to her that she could go out and warm
her car up L'1d come beck in until it;. was warm, 'but she stated that
she better get home so she did not get in trouble.
On Sunday, 04/~s/99t she seated that she was workins at Great
Clips and Eric'. father aame in and said hello to her, calling her
by name. She stated that he seemed very happy.
In response to questions r she stated that Eric and his parents
seemed to get along very well together.
She did no~ receive any calls from Eric on Sunday. She saw
him on Monday while walking to her ear from school at approximately
10:15 a.m. She seaeed that she looked over and saw him and ~~oeher
boy thae she did not know and that they waved. He walked over eo
talk to her while the other boy waited a short distance away. She
asked him what he was doing and he stated that he was ditching
class. She sea~ed that they talked for about five minutes and that
he seemed like someth~ng was bothe:ing him. She desc=i~e~ the
other boy as be~n9 ca:l. with ear length/ curly brown hair, and a
black trench coat. She seated that she did not L~OW who he was,
but that he might be named llNaee." She could not recall any facial
hair and could not recall the color of his pants or shirt. She
stated that she had ~o go and turned to walk away. She turned
around a short distance later to look back, but could not see him
anywhere. She stated that he always seemed to de this/ indicating
that as she would walk away, she would turn and he would disappear*
She $taeed tnat this was ~e last time that she saw Eric.
In response to questions, she $tatea that it was her habit to
go home for lunch and recurn to the school at approximately 11:45,
and that Eric was aware of this because she would frequently see
him while walking to her ear to leave for lunch.
In response to questions. she stated that she did not know
Dylan. but had heerd of the I'Trench. Coat Mafia II around school. She
thought that there we:e "a lot of ehem ff and had two of them in a
class last semester. However I she stated that she rarely saw Eric
hanging with them in a large group, only seeing him with one or two
of them at a time. She s~ated that he seamed to dress normal
sometimes, as well.
She repeated that they met in January and could not recall

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ever seeing him before January around school, but then stated that
she thought she had a computer class with him.
In response to questions, she stated tha~ she did not recall
seeing a computer i~ Eric's room or in his home. She did not
recall seeing guns or anything related to explosive devices.
Asked 4 j i M ....
she knew a
s p . eone by the name Of·.-a she state.d tha.t
from school and tho~hat he was a
senior, but no e a.e e he was a 1tTrench Coat Mafia" person,
but might hang with them. She described him as being S'5~ or
5' 10 tl, heavy set, w:"th darkbrO'W'I'l.'
straight. She stated that she saw
\.It in a "bowl" cut ana very
n the news Tuesdav,
04/20J99, standing around near Fair an arSh~; wearing a· striped
shirt (horizontal s~ripes). She stated that a.d "hatred
towards everyone' a~d would frequently ~~ke comme s in class about
people and was «noc ndce . I' She was unaware of any nicknames that
he might have, She stated that he would frequently disrup~ ~he
class about som.thi~g that someone in the class .ht'say. making
fun of ~hem er belit:ling them. She stated ~hat was friends
with ano~her bey, who always wore a black trench , had dark
curly hair down to his sho~lder$ and was very tall. She stated
tha~ ~his boy had a~~e and b~y odor and were blsck all of the
time. She seaeed t~at she did not ~~ow his name.
Asked about he= time spent inside of Eric's bedroom and
whether or not she had observed any Nazi or Hitler type items, she
stated that she was='t absolutely su~e, but thought that he mi9h~
have had a Hitler p~~ture above his bed. She d~d not recall seeing
any tatoos or othe= markings on his body.
Asked about viceos that he made, she seated that she was once
in their computer tech lab and saw Eric and two other boys intently
watching a video as she walked by. She ~ecalled chat the video
depicted boys Eric's age, wearing Army camouflage type clothing and
black banda~~a's a:ound their hair. running with guns in a field.
She was unsure as to who the boys we:a and was unsure whether Eric
was in the video. She stated that she saw this video about two
weeka ago and had net discussed it with Eric. She stated tha~ they
seemed to be very much "'into it" as she walked by. She again
stated that the people in the video seemed to be running with some
type of guns and thac she heard what sounded like fireworks going
off. She assumed that they were preparing a video for the II Friday
showing, when individuals who make their own videos have them run
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on the closed circuit eelavision system in the schoel, prior to


arillo~ncement~. She stated that she thinks she has seen Eric on
other videos during the Friday announcements in the past t but was
not sure.
In 4esponse to questions, she stated that he did not express
any thoughts on political views with the government and did not
make any remarks about jocks or blacks.
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ASKed again about her brief conversation on Monday. 04/19/.9,


with Eric at school. she seated that he seemed as ehough he was not
concentrating on things an~ was anxious and irritated, as though
something was disturbing him, She noted this in only a five minute
conversation. She seated that the other guy was smoking and
waiting for him. but did not speak to Eric or hurry him.
In response to questions! she stated that he never in any way
warned her about going to school on Monday and that on Saturday
night had offered eo make her copies of a C.D.
Asked if Eric owned a vehicle, she stated that he drove a grey
Konda , 4-door , an older model, but chat she had never been in it.
She stated that she saw it at his work. parked behind the building
when he was working.

ASKed about friends of her who might Know any of the trench
Caae Mafia individuals, she stated that a girl in her third period
choir class, Pauline Colby, used to hang with the Trench Coat
Mafia, but quit hanging around with t.hem because theiX' llattit:ude
scared her. n She indicated that she had no further information to
provide. The inte~riew was concluded at 1300 hours.
Upon retu:::ning to the command. center, Det. Vonderohe and IO
were requested to meet with Oistrict Attorney Investigator Mike
Gallagher at the Je:ferson County Sheriff's Department in order to
interview Robin Anderson, who was coming forward to pX'ovide
information in regards eo the purchase of weapons for and/or with
Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold at a gun show in Denver in oecember
of 1998, IO observed this interview, conduoted by Det. Vonderohe
and Inv. Gallagher. See Det. Vonderohe's report for further
information.
During the course of observing the interview by Det.
Vonderohe, IO received a message from a sheriff's department
employee indicating that a phone call had bee~ placed to the
sheriff's office from Kathy Englert of the Colorado Springs Police
Department in reference to information being provided to them by a
party named Eric KrJger, Contact information was provi~ed for E.
~~ger. After contacting the command post, it was agreed that IO
would follow up on this informaeion.
At lSS6 hours, 10 paged and spoke with Eric Kruger, DOB,
12/lS/74, of 331l N. Virginia. Colorado Spring•• CO. Kruger
indicated that he has been hearing a lot about tbe shootings and
watching the T.V. r'nan-step. II He stated that he has been on
America On Line {AOLl a great deal of the time since the Shooting
and has been in mettlber chat: rooms ent Lt Led. '·Colorado shoating and
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'Denver shooting." He stated that last night (04/20/99). he spoKe


with a party identifying herself a$ a girl and using the internet
name ItINEEDHUGS2·'. This party idtL'"1tified heX"self as the girlfriend

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