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WITNESS:

LIZ KEATING
6500 West Mansfield#53
Denver,Colorado 80235
(303) 763-4774

INYESTIGAnON:

On 05-27-99, at about 1530 hours, I interviewed Liz Keating over the phone. Keating is the librarian for ColumbineHigh
School. I asked her to recount for me her activities and observations on 04-20-99.

(eating statedshe arrivedat the schoolandopened the librarybetweenD615 and 0630 hours.She parkedher car by the boilers,
which is on the second level near the west entrance. Keating statedshe opens the libraryearly for students who get drepped
off early, I asked herwhat students were in the libraryearly on 4-20-99. Keatingcould not recall. She stated that CarolWeld
would probablyknow. Weld Is her assistant.

Keatingdid say she thoughtthat Brea Pasquale wasin the Lbrary that morning. Keatingstatesthat often BrooksBrowncomes
Into thelibraryearly,but she does notrecall himcomingin earlythat morning. Keating's two assistance.Carole Weidand Lois
Kean are her assistants and they arrived at 0700 hours. I askedKeating if she went down to the cafeteria at any time during
the early morning hours. She stated she did not She stated that about 1000 hours she briefly went down to the school store.
I asked her if she noticed anything odd at that time or noticedanyone carryinganythingheavy. She stated she did not.

I asked Keating if anythingunusualhappenedthe morning of 4·20-99, other than the shooting. She stated that theirbrand new
security system in the library, which is only six: months old. was continually activating. She stated the problem was going on
all day Monday the 19th and continued the morning of the 10th. She stated they never had a problem prior to that with the

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system.Wben the students would walk through the detectors the alarm would activate. They would check the studentsto see
if they had anything on them that they were not supposeto have. bUI nothing came of the searches. Keating states that the
system resets itself.

About 1115 hours. Keating went to lunch with three other teachers. Cindy Hoffman. Barb Haricawa, and Mary Swanson.
Keating stales that she has two dogs at home and she generally goes homeduring her lunch hOUT to let them out. That day she
and the three other teachers went to her home. She stated that sa exited the building by going down the hallway into the
custodiansoffice. She saw nothing out of the ordinaryand heard no loud noises. She does not remember seeing anyonewhen
she left the building.

When Keating returned she was driving east on West Bowles Ave. and noticed several students running-up to her car. She Saw
two of her student assistants. whose names she could not recall. She stated that the students told her that there was a shooting
n the school and that "Dylan and Eric" were the ones shooting. Keating told me that she was not SUre whether or not the

students mentioned Keating stated she took the tWO student assistants home and then returned with the
other teachers to Leawood Elementary to assist with the students beingevacuated there.

DISPOSITION: Open.

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KEEFE. SHANNON

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INFORMATION CONTROL
Control Number: ON3923
Case 10: 174A-ON-S7419
Priority: PRIORITY Classification: UNCLASSIFIED Method of Contacl
Source: ATANASIO, RUSS 0 In Person 0 Telephone
Affiliation: FBI @ Observation 0 Written
Phone Number: (888) 471-1274 Infonnallon Received Dale: 06/(1411999 Time: 12:00 PM
Prepared by: ATANASIO RUSSELL INVESTIGATiONS/FBI
(Last lIame) (First Name) (ComponenUAgEncyl
Event Narrative: SHANNON KEEFE IS ON 'A' LUNCH LIST

Event Dale: Event Time: References:

Categories: INTERVIEW STUDENT· CHS

Event Reviewed by: SL Lead R&quired? YES

Lead Control Number: DN3923

Lead: INTERVIEW SHANNON KEEFE, 5723 W MAPLEWOOD DR LTN, CO 80123 730-


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Assigned To: LOCK, LONNIE Date: 0610711999 Time: 3:57 PM

Disposillon: SHANNON KEEFES FAMILY MOVED, UNKNOWNWHERE,

Lead Reviewed by: SL Lead Completed? ~ Date: 0612111999

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KEHM, J,

JC-001- 006709
JEF'F'ERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATIORNEY'S OFFICE
SUPPLEMENT REPORT
DATE 05126199 CASE REPORT # 99A062

CONECTINGCR # JCSO 99-7625 INVESTIGATOR: G.B. MUMMA

CONTROL # 3421

SUB.ffiCT:
Justin LandonKearn 008042381
7318 S. ingalls Wy. Littleton, Co. 80128 303-973-2580
Columbiae High School

Mother: Linda Kehm 303-399-8020


Father: Alvin Kehm 303-861-6291

OBSERVATIQN!INYESTlGATION:
On 052499 I ccnracred Justin 111 home by phone. At that lime I asked Justin ifbe could tell me where he
had been during iii' 5" bout on the day of the shooting. Justin stated thal he "ditched" hi' classes after I"
hour, and was never at school that day. I asked Justin whatclass he had been at in his I" hour. Justin
stated that he badbeen athis bowling classatthe A.\1F bowling ally at Federal andBellview, theclass
Slatted at 6: 15 AM. I asked Justin if he knew Harrisor Klebold, and 1>e Stilled that when he got to class he
saw Dylan tallting to Nate Dykeman, near the !Ioot doors but be dido't remember seeing bi.m after about 7
or 7:10 Alvt I asked Justin lf be saw Eric and he stated nu. I asked Justin if he could ten me what Dylan
was wearing, and Justin stated that be thoughtbe hadon blackcargo pants and a gray T-,hirt, but he
couldn't remember for sure I askedJustin wherehe went from there and he stated that he bad gone to the
Bagel stop with friends. Justin was unable to provideany furtherInformation.

No further action taken by this Investigator.

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JC-001-006710
KEILMAN, C.

JC-001·006711
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATIORNEY'S OFFICE
SUPPLEMENT REPORT
DATE 05126/99 CASE REPORT II 99A062

CONECTING CR /I lCSO 99-7625 lNVESTlGATOR: G.B.MUMMA

CONTROL /I 3425

SJJB,mCT:
ChrtSlopher G, Keilman ooB042281
7408 S. AlkireSt. 11205 Littleton. Co.Jl(J127 303-933-D311
Columbine High School

Mother: Marolyn Keilman 303·708-3588


Father: Martin Keilman (H)303-683-9306 (W)794-155!

OBSERVATIONIINVESTIGATION:

On052699 I contacted Martin Keilman. Christopher's fa<het at his officehy phone. At that time[ told him
<hat I neededto know Christopher's whereabouts during 5~ bOUT !he day of !be 'booting. Mr. Keilman
stated!hat his son did not attend Cotnmbme all Jest. he badatteadad Littleton Alternative instead.

NQ further action taken by thfs Investigator.

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JC-001- 006712
KELLOGG, B.

JC-001- 006713
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
SUPPLEMENT REPORT
DATE 05126199 CASE REPORT # 99A062

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

CONTROL # 3427

SUBJECT:
Brandon Willi"",Kellollll ooB072883
6938 S. YukonCr. Littleton,Co. 80123 303-973·9832
Columbine High School

Mother: DianeKellogg 303-932-0600


F.ther: Williarn Kellogg 303-784-4390

OBSERVATION/INYESTIGATIO!"!i
On 0526991 COntacted Brandon at borne by phooe. AI tlt'" time 1 _ Brandce if be could !ell me where
he was during his S· hour the day of the shooting. Branden stated that be had left schocl at II: lOAM with
Chas Marquez and Peter ZawiSlowsld to go to Peter', for lunch. I asked Brandonhow tIley gut there, and
he stated mat they had walked. Brandonstated tllat wben theytried to return to the school. police stopped
them and told them to go home, which they did. 1 asked Brandon if they had seen either Harrie or Klebold
when taey lell and be Staled 00.

Nofunller action taken by this Investigator

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KENNETT. KYLE

JC.001.006715
ControlNo. 39117

FBI Case #4-DN-57419


CBI Case #991-0185
Jefferson County SO #99-7625
Reporting Agent (RA) Jay Alsup
690 Kipling St, Denver, CO 80215
(303)239-4649

Witness: Kyle Kennett


6385 W Frost Drive,Littleton, CO, (303) 978-1834

Action Taken, The RA contacted Kyle Kennett by telephone. Kyle told the RA that he
was off campus at lunchat the time of the incident. Kyle saidthat he did not see the
incident, does not knowanything aboutit and doesnot know the suspects involved in the
case. Kyle told the RA that he does not havea computer and subsequently has no screen
name or ICQ number.

Kyle did not ~,/other significant information to share regarding this case.

Jay Alsup, CBI. ~

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KINSELLA, R.

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PROGRESS REPORT
cas INCIDENT/CONTROL #3050
REPORT BYJACK!.YNGEE

On 052199 this Investig.tor mot with• 'tudent of cas ldeotified ..:

Kinsella, ReneeMichelle
DOB: 021084
5805 W.l.eawood Dr.
Littletoo. CO 80123
Pb# 303798-5lJ(Jtj

Renee', parents. DebinodTIIl1 Kinsella werealso ~nt duriDg !be interview. RJm.. advised me
following:

Thatrighr aftertheCHSincident, Renee advisedthat !be "word" wasthat the TCM was
responsible and also stared that she did DOrbelievethatEric (Hatrts) nodDyla.n (Kleboldj were
"",mbers.

That Renee met DyI"" in the fall of 1998 through tbe dramagroupat cas. while working on the
"Frllll.1reustein" play.

That Renee also met Brooks Brown at tnae time as he had tbe lead port in !batplay, aad was also
in her choir class that semester.

That Renee did notknowEric at all odler tllatl seems hlm10 tbe halls at sellool.

That Renee alsoknew Brooks nod Zack Hecklerfrom tbe drama group nod swed !batBrooks nod
Zackdid theseniorvideo togemer.

That Renee raUred to Dyl"" a few times and advisedtber he was reallynice nod funny on the
senior video.

That Renee was aware that someof tbe kid's in the drm group were "at odds" wirh Brooks
because a leadmalerole was written fur Brooksitt a play nod he refused to do it,

That Renee was aware that Brooks and Dylan went to the admiDisaaaoa (Mr, DeAngeti.) with
Brooks's own playbut the original play,"Smoke in me Mirror" was000see,

That Renee did not betieve thatBrooks hadprior knowledge at the cas incident, because be bas a
repurarion fur beiltg a "malegossiper" and she does not believe!batDylan andEricwould trust
h.im with that infutmarloo,

That llllnee alsoadvised that sbe is not suprised !batBrooksis on television so mnch (as a resultof
this incident), stating "He's an ccror."

ThatRenee advised !batBrooks and Dylan appeared to be good friends at sc1loo1 although sbe
neversaw Brooks weara trench coatand Dylanwasalwaysworeblackclothes nod a trencb coat

That in regards the TCM, Renee seated mat 'be thought Itwas funny and ajcke and believed that
some afme other kid's atschool gave tbemtbe name,

That Reaee stared that she was nota memberofTCM,..,d did no, associate witll tilemembers
otherthan at sebcoi thrOllgh the drama club.

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That R"""" was around Dylan duringthe C3$t/C!'llw PlIllY after !be "F!lIIlkel:lst piny, advising
lbat be was "a tim guy", andstatedtbat ,be did notknowbllllwellenough to talkabout"weird
tbings",

That Renee did _ tbatsae tbongbt Dylan was • little """'go because be "bid in !be,_ws"
and didn't !ike tll be !be centerof attention.altbo"gb be couldbave been because be was '0 funny.

That Renee bad Iefl school early <>D 041999due to a sore Ihroat and didnotllltOlld seII""l on
042099,

That Renee was witb hermotber, Debi, at Hobby Lobbywben !beiocideotoccurred.

ThatReoeebad beard mmor tbatduring !be first week at Cbattield High School. a studem named
BtllWlY Tyak bad """"val! • noll:! from an lIOltnown fOlllllle tbat claimed tbat" was friends_
TCMmembers andknewtbat l1Us incident was going rc happeD.

That Renee also questioned ,talCltleDts made by Eric VoiI<, advising tbat ,be did Dot think tbat be
knewDy'..",and Eric (Harris) as well as be claimsto and !ilels _ bejust WIIl1tS to be a part of
l1Us incident.

That Renee advised tbatabout20 kid', froan!be dralna grouphungarcuadher house fur about 2
daysafter!beincident. including Brooks andz..:k to talk about\IIba! had happened. altbougb sae
didnO! heat anytbing to in<li.caIll tbatanyonebad prier knOWledge or was involved.

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KIRK, K.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
SUPPLEMENT REPORT

DATE 06103199 CASE REPORT # 99A062

CONEeTlNG CR # icso 99-7625 INVESTIGATOR- G B. MUMMA

CONTROL # 3428

SUBJECT:
Katie Marie Kirk DOB 052383
6277 W Elmhurst Dr Littleton, Co. 80128 303-972-0657
COlumbine High School

Mother: Joyce Kirk 303·972-0657


Father: Mark Kirk 303-973-5135

OBSERVATION/INVESTIGATlON:
On Q60399 r contacted Katie by phone at her home. Ar that time I told Katie that I wanted to know her
whereabouts during Sea hour the day of the shooting. Katie stated that stu:was ditching her 4th hour class.
and was sitting in the commons area for about 40 minuets before leaving the school at 10:4$ AM. Katie
stated that she left from the senior parking lot to go to her friend Beer Sullivans home Katie stated that she
never returned to me school I asked Katie if she had seen anything unusual while she was m the commons
and if she had seen either Harris or KlebeId. and she statedthat she did nOL

No further action taken by this Investigator.

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KLEIN, DONALll

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WITNESS
Klein, Don J. 3·14-81
8151 W. Quarto Dr. Littleton. Co. 303973-5739

Narrative:
On 5-4-99 I spoke with Klein whotold me that he knew both Harris and KJebold but had no classes with
either of them and had had no run-ins or problems with either. Klein did say that he was an athlete (football
and track).

No further information.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
SUPPLEMENT REPORT
DATE 06/03199 CASE REPORT # 99A062

CONECTING CR # lCSO 99.7625 INVESTIGATOR: G B MUMMA

CONTROL # 3429

SUBJECT:
Donald J Kline Jr. DOB 031481
8[51 W Ouartc Dr Littleton.Co 80128 303·973·5739
Columbine High School

Mother: LeslieKline 303·691·5190


Father: Don Kline 303·973·5739

OBSERVATION/INVESTIGATION:
On 060399 I contacted Don at homeby phone I toldDon that I needed to ask himsomequestions about
his whereabouts on the day of the shooting Don stated mathe leftschool at I I 20 AM from thesenior
parking lot, and went to the mall for lunch, which is where he heard about the shooting From the mall Don
went to Craig Warden' s home end watched the incident on TV Don stated that he never went back to the
school and he never saw the shooters when he left

No further action taken by this Investigator

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7436 S. Kendall Blvd. Littleton, Co. 80128 303 93'·14'0

On 6·8-991 contacted Kliaske who told me that on 4-20·99 she was in the teachersparkinglot and had arrivedat her
car at 1115MS. Wtthin2 minutes sbe was driving out ofthe campus and whiledoing so saw absolutely nothing in
regards to theattack on the school, She did not know what was going on untilshe tried to return to the schoolafter
lunch and got stopped by the roadblocks.

Klinske further told me that she did not know Harris at all and only knew Klebold to recognize him in the hallways.
She had no classes with either Harris or Klebold.

No further information.

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KNAPKE, KYLE

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LAKEWOOD POLICE OEPARTMEN'r

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ASSOCIATED CASE REPORT NUMBERS:


Jefferson County Sheriffs Office C.R.: 99-7625
FBI control number: 174A-DIV-574~9
SUBJECT~ KNAPKE, Kyle Douglas
DOB: 06/15/80
7653 West Coal Mine Place
Littleton, CO. 80123
(303) 973-8858
PARENTS:
MOTHER: Carol
FAT'"ER: Larry

OBSERVATION / INVESTIGATION:
On May 11, 1999 I was assigned an interview with Columbine High School
student, Kyle Knapke, It was reported that Kyle was in the cafeteria
during fourth period. On May 12th I contacted Kyle'S mother, Carol Knapke,
and made an appointment to interview on May 13th at 0800.
On May 13th at 0750 I arrived at 7653 West Coal Mine Place and spoke
with Kyle. Kyle advised that he is a senior at Columbine High School. He
continued to say that he was not is school at allan April 20, 1999. Kyle
related that he went directly from home to a marketing breakfast at the
wellshire Inn He was not at school at anytime during the morning, Kyle
sa~cl that he did not hear about the shootings until he left the breakfast
and heard the reports on the car radio. He did not return to school.

Kyle stated that he does not know Eric Harris and he has had nO
contact with Harris. Kyle did advise that he had a class with Dylan
Klebold last semester, but he had not contact with Klebold as Klebold kept
to himself. Kyle does not know or associate with anyone involved with the
Trench Coat Mafia.
Kyle could offer no further information and the interview concluded at
0815.

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KNUDSEN, A.

JC.o01·006729
JeSQ #99.7625
Control#1395

lmetvie"r AI... Knudsen OOB1ll30ll32


Address- 7613 W Elmhurst OriYe, Littleton, CO
Homephone 303-973-9688
303-979-3062
Junior at Columbine HJsh Scllool

AI..... Knudsen was illIerviewe<l on 05·21-99 by Inv" Jill P,..,eler (7394), Colorado Stltte Patrol, at approx
12'15pm by telephone at her residence

AI..... said she drove her HondaCRX to schoolon 04-20-99 She lllIid the lieense plates an: GBN7489 and
that iris a purplish bluecolor. She saysthat she parksIn space 37210 the junior IO! She does not
~ ...mg any """ parked ""'" 10 he< car "hen she arrived ~ 7: 10 and 1'15"", She lllIid that
Bret WU<ox usually parks next lD he< ill space 371 and that he drivMa gray rolore<l Ford Probe. She said
that Beethas astllma and is sicka lot and !hen no one parks in his'IlOl, Alana said that a boy namedYani
Mekuria drivesa whitecoloredcar, maybea ToyotaC"""Y, arul parkson the other sidecfBrer Wilcox,

AI.... said ,hat she blIS Chemistry class during fourth hour andrhat around 11'1 Sam. ,he leftthe school to
go to lunch WIth her friends, She saidthat she welkedback10 hercar to get some money and noticeda
gray-black coloredHonda Prelude(not sure of the make or model) with sli.k.... on the windows, parked in
Bret Wilcox's. space, next to her car She said that noonewas with the car and that shethought it was
weird that the car was parked nextto her, but other than:hat she didn'l notice anything else unusual.

Alana saidthai she welkedoverto her friend, Lindsey Neam'svehi<:le; arullhat they went to lunch with two
other girls, Jennifer Davis and Anne T....-.ky in lindsey', car Alana saidthat Lindsey parks about the
middleof the junior lot They left the sehool and did not know about the shooting untii they tried to come
back to school around II 4{) - 11 45... She said that theyran into• road blodeat Weaver and Walkerand
shoItl;- thereafter learnedthat there had beena obooting ill Columbine

The interview wasconcluded

Report Prepared by Inv JtIl Reuteler #7394


May 21,1999 • A L"'.J ./.-,( I
Colorado State Patrol Q/~
Investigative Services Sec:tio((T
700 Kipling Street, Denver. CO 80215

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KOCH, BETllANY

JC-001· 006731
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATIORNEY'S OFFICE
SUPPLEMENT REPORT
DATE 05126199 CASE REPORT # 99A062

CONECTING CR # lCSO 99-1625 INVESTIGATOR; G.B. MUMMA

CONTROL # 3430

SUBJECT:
Bethany Robyn Koch DOB05QI81
5580W. Hillsdale Ave. Littleton. Co. 80128 303-979-6525
Columbine HighSchool

Mother: Lynn Koch 303·741·9621


Father. Nathaniel Koch 303-gJI-8744

OBSERVATION!INVESTIGATION:
On052699 I contacted Be!llany at bet homeby pacne. At that time I asked Bethany if she could tell me
where she had been dUl'.ng her 5" hourtheday of tJre shcoting, Bethany ,tared thatshe had tett school with
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her brother Matthew at about II ;10AM go bome for lunch. Bethany slated that she remembers seeing
Brooks Brown walking bome that day, because sbe thought it odd tharbe was notdriving hi. car. Bethany
stated tha' while she was al home see saw the shooting on TV and. bet tllOther toldher mat tJrey would nor
begoingback to school.

No t\1r.her action ta.ken by thisInvestigator.

INVESTIGATOR:

JC.001. 006732
KOCH, BU::.,:CK:;::Y _

JC·001· 006733
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ADDITIONAL WITNESS,
KOCH, BUCKY J.. D08111.17.80, WfM
82lO West Calhoun Drive
Littleton, CO 80!23
(303) 973·7880
Bus: Student/Columbine High SchoollSenior

RICE,BARBARA 1., 008102-03-53, W/F (Bucky's aunt)


16668 Y Street
Omaha, NE 68135
(403) 896·1247
Bus: Same as above

(PARENTAL 1NF0R.'vl.'\nON)
KOCH, MARY ANN, 008112-14-49, W/F
8210 West Calhoun Drive
Littleton, CO 8023
(303) 973·7880
Bus; None

INVESTIGAnON: JC-001· 006134

On May 4, 1999, between the hours of 1048 and 1142, I had an opportunity to speakwithBucky in referenceto the incident at
Columbine HighSchoolthat occurred on April 20, 1999. Also presentduring the interview was his aunt, Barbara Rice.

Bucky statedon April 20, 1999, as partofhis regular schedule, he goes to a bowling league at Belleview Lanes,which is located
at SouthFederal and Belleview Avenue, and the bowlingleague lUllS from 0600 to 0730hours. Bucky stated other members
ikporting Agency Repcning Officer I:*R~No
CONTINUATION 0
SL':"PLEMENT Jeso ERZEN 99-7625-R
CQfUl.mil'lR Case: Report No VictimNat'll¢ OriginalRepon DmThisR~

"l#29S3 05-05-99
l..•...alt'\cati(ll'\ X First DegreeMurder Ofrt::ueSWio$: Opcm. x ~lyClami 0 ~I)MmenQC~: Review 0
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of the league include Eric Harris, DylanKlebold, Nate Dykman, and ChrisMorris, Bucky recalls that the only memberof that
team he observed at the bowlingalley was Nate Dykman,

Buckyadvised that afterthey had completed the bowlingthat lie returned to school and he arrivedat SChool around0820 hours,
at which timehe parked his vehicle in the Seniorparking lot, space#161. Bucky stared hedid see Eric Harris or DylanKlebold's
vehicles parkedin the parking lot at the school. Bucky proceeded into the highschool, telling me that he went into the cafeteria
-- -
area, at whichtimeI showed hima mapof the cafeteria. and he slatedthat he sat at tableH. AI about0840 hours, Bucky left the
school, stalingthat hewent to McDonald's to getsomething to eat Afterbe hadgotten something to eat at McDonald's he later
rerumed to school, where he attended his fourth bourclass, which starts at 1020 andis a psychology class taughtby Mr. Thomas
Johnson.

At about l l Hlhours. after Bucky was released from Iris fourth hour psychology class be wenthome for lunch. He stated that
he walkedwestdownthe mainhallway oftheschooland walked out the westdoor, whichisjust to the no.-.h of the library Once
outsidetheschool he proceeded Into theseniorparkinglot gal intohis vehicle, andleftthe school andproceeded home for lunch,

Bucky wasasked if he saw anything out of the ordinary in the seniorparking lot or just after he exited from the school. He stated
that he did not observe anything going on which lead him to believethere was problems. Booky was asked if he observed the
two large bags, described as duffle bagsor gym bags that were laterfound in the cafeteria area, one beingblue in color, and the
other beinga reddish/orange. Bucky could not identify those bags, tellingme that be did not observethem, Bucky went on to
further state that he did not see any gunmen at the high schooland that he leftpriorto the incident. Bucky was unable to provide
a description of the clothing he was wearing on the incidentdate.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
FBI Case #1 74A,DN·574191DN# 2953,
JC-001· 006735
DISPOSITION: Case open. pending further investigation,

Lign,ru~ L Unit Nul'll><r StI~i$Qr fttitia!s; and Date A.s$ipcdTo


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KOCH, M.

JC.Q01· 006736
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICI

SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT

Defendant, Harris/Klebold Docket Number:


Date: May 18, 1999 Case Number' FBI174ADNS7419

Deputy D.A., Investigator: Terry Paczosa

On May 18, 1999, I contacted Matthew Koch by phone relative to the


incident at CHS. Kooh, a freshman at CHS' left the achool with his
sister at approximately 1115 via the cafeteria EL"1d went home. He
saw nothing and heard nothing as he was leaving nor did he know
either Harris or Klebold.

Matthew A Koch
5580 W Hinsdale Ave.
Littleton, CO. 80123
303-979-6525

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1 JC.o01· 006737
,

KOENrGSFELD, R.

JC.Q01· 006738
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

OefendiUl.t: Harris/Klebold Doeket Number:


llate: May 18 1 1999 Case NUmber: FBI174ADN57419

lleputy D.A.: Investigator: Terry Paczcsa

On May 18, 1999, I contacted Ryan Koenigsfeld by phone relative to


the incident at CHS. Koeigsfeld, a senior has been doing an
internship at Windy Peak Outdoor Lab in Bailey, CO. since January
1999 and was not at CHS on April 20, 1999. He found out about the
incident via an administrator at the lab.

Ry~~ M Koenigsfeld
6953 W Hinsdale Dr.
Littleton, CO. 80123
303-973 6265
303-838-7475 Bailey

1 Jc.o01- 006739
KOLlk'lCY, G.

JC-001· 006740
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
SUPPLEMENT REPORT

DATE 06103/99 CASEREPORT # 99A062

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

CONTROL # 3361

SUBJECT:
GwenKatherine Kolaacy DOB 121679
6843 W Hinsdale PI. Lirtlerorr, Co 80123
ColumbineHigh School

Mother: MarianKolacny

OBSERVATIONIINVESTIGATION:
On 060299 at 2135 hours Gwen contactedme. ! told Gwen the reason for my call, and asked her if she
ccutd "'II me where she wasduringher 5" hour theday of the ,bootmg Gwen stated lb.at she left ill.
school at I 105hours and went home iii (headache). While she was home her mother called and told her of
the shooting and told her not to go back to school. 50 she stayed home and watched the incident on TV 1
asked Gw-en if she had seen anything on her way out of school and she stated no. Gwen was unable to
provide any further information

No further action taken hy this Investigator,

INVESTIGATO DATE:

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JC-001· 006741
,

KOMPINSKI, MICHAEL

JC-001- 006742
Reponing AgfltCy Reporting Officl:r Case RCp(lr1 No
CONTINUATION 0
SUPPLEMENT J( JCSO MCFADDEN 99-7625-CC
COM~eting Case Report Nu ViclimName Original Rll'p<ln: Da::e This Report
COLUMBINE as, ET AL 06-11-99
"":~hon X FIRST DEGREE MURDER Otrerl)e Su~: Oprn X E:u:l!!ptionaUy Cteced Cl Recommend Case: Re'Jiew 0

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WITNESS:

MICHAEL KOMPlNSKJ
303-932·7032

REFERENCE: Control No. 3921

INVESTIGAlION:

On 06-11·99, I telephoned Michael Kompinski at this residence. telephone number 303-932·7032. concerning the incident at
Columbine High School. Michael Kompinskistated that he left school On 04-20-99. between 1030 and 1040 hours and went
Jtrectty home. Michael Kompinski stated that he left the school via the main doors. locatednext to the business office and
walked to the Clement Park area wherethe students park that are not allowed to park on school grounds. Michael Kcmpinski
stated he got into his vehicle and drove directlyhome. Michael Kompinski stated that he returned to the school and when he got
inthearea of Pierce and Polk Street. henoticed ambulances and policein thearea. of the school and that's when hebecame aware
of ,he incident at Columbine High School.

Michael Kompinski stated that prior-to leavingthe school on 04-20·99that he noticednothing unusual and he had not seen Eric
Harris nor Dylan Klebold, indicating that he had played baseban with Dylan Klebold in ptevious years, Michael Kcmpmski
statedthat he was aware of the TrenchCoal Mafiaand h~at hisfeelings werethat they were not a good group to hang around with.
Michael Kompinski stated thatthey werea groupthat secluded themselves from othersand stated that he had heardthat they were
gay

illSPOSITION: Lead No. 3921 closed. Case open, pendingfurther investigation.

JC·001· 006743

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do not maintain that it contains a/I af the facts or detllil:f of lhe incident, but only those facts about which I bsv« been
••ked,

JC-001·006745

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KllIDLE, T.

JC-001· 006746
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATIORNEY'S OFFICE
SUPPLEMENT REPORT
DATE 6/1/99 CASEREPORT # 99A062

CONECTING CR # JC5099-7625 INVESTIGATOR: G.B. MUMMA

CONTROL # 3362

SUBJECT:
Thorn" Kridle DoB 112680
6307 S. Gray Ct, Littleton, Co. 80123 303-797-7525
Columbine High School

Mother: BekahKridle 303-985-8795


Father. Thomas Kridle 303-937-7877

OBSERVATIONIlNVESTlGATION:
On 060199 I coatecred Bekah Kridle at her office by phone. At that time I asked her when I might be able
to get in touch withherson so that I could speak to him about hiswhereabout'! during Sltt hour thedayof
the shooting. Mrs. Kridle stared that her son was with hi, fatherfrom 3'" hour (aprox 10: 10AM) until 6'"
hour when he tried to rerum to school, but l1Ill into the roadblock: on Pierce. From there hewenthome and
met his friends. then they all went to Leawood Elementary School to make sure their friends were ok,

No further action taken by this Investigator.

INVESTIGATOR DATE:

JC-001· 006747
KOHLMANN, M

JC-001· 006748
JEEl'ERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATIORNEY'S OmCE
SUPPLEMENT REPORT
DATE 05125199 CASE REPORT # 99A062

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

CONTROL # 3363

SL1JJECT:
Maggie Lyon Kuhlmann DOB071S81
5251 S Estos Wy. Littleton, Co. 303-973-8263
Columbine High School

Mother: Vicld Grunow 303·973-8263


Father: Jim Grunow 303-4'17-2031

OBSERVATION!INYESTIGATION:
0.052499 I cooraered Vlelci Grunow. M.ggie's mot!Ulr. by pbone. VickiStared thar Maggie was at the
ColoradoAltematlve Education School in Denver on tbe day of the 'booting and hadbeen goingto that
school formost of the year.
No further action taken by this Investigator.

INVESTIGATOR: DATE:

JC-001·006749
,

KUHNS, J.

JC.oo1· 006750
JBFF2RSON COONTY DISTRICT ATTORNBY'S OFFIC2

st/PPLEM!lNTAL RBI?ORT

Defendant: HarrisjKlebold Docket Number:


Date' May ~8, ~999 Case Number, FBI~74ADN574~9

Deputy D .A. , Investigator, Terry I?aczosa

***************************************************-****************

On May 18, 1999, I contacted Joel Kuhns by phone relative to the


incident at eMS. Kuhns, a junior and baseball player at CHS left
the school at approximately 1110 and was picked up by his friend,
Gabe Monteya to play basketball at Montoya' shouse. He heard about
the shooting via a neighbor. He knew Harris and Klebold through
classes but never had a dialog with either of them. Kuhns saw
nothing or heard anything as he was leaving the school.

Joel Matthew Kuhns


6442 W Morraine Pl.
Littleton, CO. 80123
303-979-1391

JC-001- 006751
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KUONI, K.

JC-001.006752
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LAMONTAGNE, AMANDA

JC.o01· 006756
Reponing Agency RtPOttinB; otl1t:1!f' CaY:Report No
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COLUMBINE B.S.
99-7625-UUU
Date Thi$Report
7·6-99
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ADDITIONAL WITNESS
AMA!'<1)A LAMONTAGNE. 00816-5-82
1189 S. CHASE COURT
LITTLETON, CO 80128
303·933·9322
COLUMBINE H.S, STUDENT

PARENTAL INFORMATION
MARION MCLOUD
SA..',lE ADDRESSIPHONE AS AMANDA
WORK: 303·738·3357

ROBBIE MCLOUD
SAMEADDRESS/PHONE AS ABOVE
WORK: 303-933-9055

lNVESTIGAnON
I was assigned a lead to contact Amanda Lamontagne in reference to the Columbine incident thai occurred on 4-20-99. Through
the use of schoolrecords we had identified Amanda as havinglunch period" A" and I was contacting her to see if she was on
campus when this incident occurred,

Information obtained was that Amanda had left the high school at about J I J5 hours, where she met with her mend by the name
of Wesley Threlkeld. The rwo of/hem proceeded out the main entrance, and walked northto Clement Parkwhere they got into
Amanda's vehicleand wentto McOonald'sfor lunch.

JC·001· 006757

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CONTINUATION 0
SUPPLEMENT V JCSO ERZEN 99-162S-UUU
COMe'CUng COlSC RtpO('t No. Vir;tlm NameOriginal Report Dare This R.epOrt
c..D N #3995 COLUMBINE H.S. 7-6-99
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Amanda left prior to the incident. She did not observe any gunmen or hear any gunshots or explosions and had no additional
information to provide reference this incident.

ADDiTIONALlNFO, FBI CASE#4-DN-57419 DN#3995

DISPOSITION OPEN, PENDING FURTIlER lNVESTIGATION

JC.o01.006158

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JC-001· 006759
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LAMOTHE, M.

JC..o01- 006761
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTCRNEY'S OFFICE

SUPPLEMENTAL RE1?ORT

Defandant: Harris/Klebold Docket Number:


Date: May 26, 1999 Case Number: FBI174ADN57419

Deputy D.A.' Investigator, TerrI Paczosa

*************-******************************************************

On May 26, 1999, I contacted CHS student Michelle Lamothe. Lamothe


said that she left the school at about IllS for lunch. She exited
the school via the cafeteria and then to the junior parking lot.
She saw nothing unusual in the cafeteria nor does she know either
Klebold or Harris.

Michelle Lamothe
7160 W Phillips Ave.
303 -932-1720

Date

JC.QO1- 006762
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LAND, KEVIN

JC-001· 006763
RepOrtingAgeJ'l('y ReportlnS Officer CaM! R.tpOt1:-lo
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WITNESS:
LAND, KEVIN, DOBI03·07.55
2009 SouthZephyr Court
Lakewood. Colorado
(303) 985·2009
Occupation: Assistant Prmcipal/Columbine High School

INVESTIGATION:
On Thursday, July 14. 1999. I contacted witness Land by relephcne at his residence This was approximately 1035 hours. I Was
informed that Mr. land is an assistant principal of the school and was at a meeting in Northglenn on 4..20·9<) He was: told
around noon of the situation occurringat the high school and had left the meeting. He said that he was only able to obtam
"spotty" information, via his radio in his vehicle, and was uncertain as to the status of the situation. Witness land said that he
Jd arrived in the area at approximately 1300 hoursthat day. and wasunableto get in the area based on traffic barricades and

also traffic volume in the area He said that h. was able to talk to a police officerwho eventually escortedhim \0 the Leawood
Elementary School. He said that whileat the school thereweremany parents and students already on scene, the media wasalso
on scene, and he wascoordinating students signing in and eventually matching themup with their parentswhowerecontinually
arriving in thearea. He said he wasalso coordinating faxes from the Columbine Public Librarv whereotherstudents and parents
were showing up and providing that informationas to where studentsand teachers were at. He said that he was also helping:
getting students andteachersoff the busesarriving at the school, andhadeventually helpedvictimadvocates arrange information
through parents of studentswho maystill be in thebuilding, Basically, wimess Land said that hejust coordinated efforts at the
SChool until approximately 2300 hours that evening,at whichrime he went home. After he returned home, he saidhe went to
anotherteacher's house, Patty Neilsen, who also lives in the area.at approximately 2330 hours, and talked to her for 2 period
of time When asked, Mille" Land said he had no personal knowledge Of contactwith either Eric Harris or DylanKlebold. He
said he hadno prior knowledge of the "TrenchCoatMafia" andsincehe wasnot at schoolthat morningdid not see the message
of the day on the school announcements. Witness Landcouldnot provideany more information specific to 4·]0·99

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TELEPHONE INTERVIEW REFERENCE CONTROL #3994

INVESTIGATION:

On June 14, 1999, at about 0915 hours, I contacted Destinie Laniel at her residence, (303) 948-9360, concerning the incident
at Columbine High School, which occurred on 4-20-99. Laniel stated she Was absent from Columbine High School on 4-19 and
4-20-99 due to an illness. Laniel staled she did not know Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold. Laniel staled that she had never heard
of the "Trench Coat Mafia." Lead #3994 closed.

DISPOSITION: Open, pending further investigation.

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JC-001· 006767
FBI 174A-DN-57419
JCSO 99-7625
Investigator: C~"nn Moore - Golden Police Department {(303) 384-8080

RE: CONTROL It 2478


SOURCE: Kristine MllCauley-Bowling Teacher

LEAD: Interview student JenLestanrewhomwas said to have mentioned seeingKlebctd and Harris at the
earlymorning bowling class the dayof the shooting.

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:
LAPLANTE, Jennifer Suzanne (DOB; 11 0580)
7268 W. Freemont Drive
Littleton, CO 80123
(303)948-7659

05-27-99 {9:50am

LAPLANTE began by saying she had received three messages from Columbine Task
Force investigators, however, she did notget a response when she called their pager
numbers.

LAPLANTE explained that she knew Eric HARRIS "really well," but qualified this
saying she had classes with him in the past and that they often spoke behind Blackjack
Pizzawhere he workedand when theybowledat Rock-Nelsowl. She said HARRIS was
always nice and the news of what he had donecame completely as a surprise to her. She
said this wasdue to him neverhavingspoken to her aboutbeing upset at anyone, nor did
he speak of anythi~that would havebeen considered anti-social LAPLANTE added
that she also knew n a casualbasis as he worked with a&,.RRIS at
Blackjack Pizza. e w yan KLEBOLD by association only as he occasionally
bowled with themat Rock-N-Bowl during midnight bowling.

LAPLANTE said she had initially recalled having said hello to Eric HARRIS at their
early morning bowling class Aprill0111• 1999. In further reflection she thoughtit may
have been Chris MORRIS, or even possibly Nate DYKEMAN. She could not
specifically recall whom it had been as the three were frequently together, andat thai
point the morning was unrnernorable.

At the time the shooting began LAPLAJ'<TE said she was returning to school from an
off-campus lunch. She explained that she wasriding withCindy SHINNICK on Pierce at
Polk Street when they cameup behind several vehicles waiting in line 10 go into the
school parking lot. They then heardof the shooting on the radio, and severalpolice cars
arrived in the parking lot. She said SHINNICK turned hercar around and as they were
driving from the area they saw students run out of the school. Otherwise, she said they
hadnot seenanything thai appeared unusual at the school that day, nor whenthey
returned.

LAPLANTE again reiterated that this act cameas a complete surprise to her, and that
she hadno priorinclination of this occurring.
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\\1TNESS; AARON DAVlD LAWSCN, DOB:June 6, 1983, POB: Dallas, Texas, 69" in height, 2151bs"
brown hair,hazeleyes. Homeaddress: 4892 SouthHoyt, Littleton, CO 8012;1. HomePhone; 303·9(\4-
2578,Occupation, Student at Cctumbine High School.

lNTERVIEWERS, Agent RlCHARD K. GRlFFITH and AgentRlCKEYS. MUNDINE, Colorado Bureau


of Investigation, 690 Kipling Street,Suite4000, Denver, CO 80215, Phone: 303-239-421 L

OTHERS PRESENT STEVE LAWSON (father)

DATEfTIME OF lNTERVIEW: Aptil22, 1999, 7:15 p.m,

PLACE OF INTERVIEW: 4892SouthHoyt. Lirrleron, CO 80123

With 'he permission of LAWSON'sfather, STEVE LAWSCN, a witness interview wascoecuctec


concerning LAWSCN's knowledge of me sbcodng and bombing incident at Columbine High School on
April 20, 1999 at approximately 11:15 a.m, LAWSON advised no was coming hack from lunchoff-
campus with BRANDON LITTLE and HOLLY CHIEKO-POliRDE in LITTLE', vehicle at approximately
11:35 a.m, April 20, 1999, A!; they approached the scbcolon PierceStreet,he observed smoke coming
from the student parking lor and saw people lying ontheground in from of the school They saw a mend
whom he identified as PATRlCK CARUSO and picked him up in the vehicle anddeparted the area, They
droveto CHlEKCJ.POURDE's residence and LAWSON calledhi, parentsfrom that location to advise
them what had occurred at the school. LAWSON left me residence at approximately }'OO p m. that
evening and returned home, LAWSON advisedhe knowHARRIS and KLEBOLD by sight, burnever
talked with them.

LAWSON could provide no other information relevant tothis investigation, LAWSON's father ~1lS
provided with re-contact instructions in the case oneof his son's recalls something at a future date

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Agent
COlorado Bureau of Invesrtgarion

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LEARY, S.

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INVESTIGATION:
On 04-26-99. myselfand Special Agent Mike Barnettofthe DenverFBI Office were given a leadsheet involving interviewswith

Sarah Marie Leary. dobl04-t8.81, who lives at 8132 West Portland Avenue. home phone (303)979-6085.

Prior to going to the interview, Special Agent Barnett telephoned the Leary residence and advised them we would be coming
down to talk to them.

At about 1315 hours. this date. Special Agent Barnett and myself questioned witness Leary concerning her knowledge of the
incident at Columbine. The following is a summary of that interview.

Leary said on 04-20-99, she arrived at school. first hour. at approximately 0;30 hours. and left at 0805 or 3810 hours. Leary
'vised for second. third. and fourth period. she was at the wetlshire run on a school function. involving Home Economics.
Leary stated she came back to school five minute, before the shooting. which was approximately 11 10 to I115 hours. and pulled
into the student parking lot by the cafeteria. Leary advised she went to the WellshireInn with Chris Jung, Kristen Johnson. and
MandyGoldsby. LearySlatedthat whenshe returned to the school she droppedoffthe above three people. Leary stated she was
friends/acquaintance with Eric Harris, Leary stated on 04..~O..9Q. at about 0730 hours. she walked into the school from the
parking lot with Harris. Leary stated she walked up the steps locatednext to the cafeteria. Leary stated that Harris was wearing
jeans. a white t-shirt, and a dark flannel shirt. Leary stated when she was greeted by Harris in the parking lot, then be gave her
a hug and asked her why she was dressed up, to which she explained her activities between second and fourth period Leary
stated Harris was not carrying any books or a backpack, and that Harris usually carries a black backpack. Leary stated Harris,
once inside the school. turned towards the art hall. and she went in the other direction, Leary stated Harris was driving the car
he usually drives. described as a Honda. dark silver Orgrey in color. with stickers in the back window. Leary stated she parks
in space #90. and that Harris parks at the bottom of the stairs near the cafeteria. Leary staled she has known Harris since her
Freshman year, and has only seen him in a trench coata couple of times. Leary statedshe knew Dylan KJebold by name and face
only.

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Learystated whenshe returnedto me school at approximately 1110 hours,on 04-20-99.that she did not rememberseeing Harris'
car, Leary statedshe worksafter fifihperiod at "Just for Feet" locatedat Wadsworth and Cross. and went to talk to her boss after
leavingthe schoolon 04-20-99, Leary Slated her boss is Aorta 800illL Learystared she did not know Harris to talk angrily about
the jocks or minorities, Leary stated the Trench Coat Mafia was common knowledge to students. and that Dylan Klebold and
Chris Morriswere associated with the Trench Coat Mafia. Learystated to her knowledge. there were approximately seven or
eight people that belong to the Trench Coat Mafi.. and that was including girls, Leary also showed us a copy of her 1998 Junior
yearbook. in which Harris wrote a note to ber, signing me note both Eric Harris and Reb. (See a copy of the note which is
attached.)

DISPOSITION: Open. pending further investigation.

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LEE, E.

JC-001· 006779
JEFPERBON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

S1l1'PLEMENTAL REPORT

Defendant: Harris! Klebold Docket NUlIlber'


Date: May 25, 1999 Case NUlIlber: FBI174ADN57419

Deputy D .A. : Investigator, Terry Paczosa

On May 24, 1999, I spoke by phone to CBS student Elizabeth Lee.


Lee was picked up at the school by her mother at 0930 for home
schooling. She knows neither Eia=is or Klebold.

Elizebeth Lee
6883 S Allison Wy.
Littleton, Co. 80123
303-933-6295

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lllJRSAU OF ALCOHOL. TOBACCO. AND FIREARMS .i?age 1 of
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION 1 Pages
"'R~S$EOTO; MONITORED INV~SnGATION INFORMATION:

Special Agent in Charge Phoenix Field


Division
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columbine Hi h School Shoot in IBombing


Ca.$$ NumJ::lIll:t Report #

7850)0 99 0009 t9
TYPE Of REPORT- (Clle<;k Applicable Boxe.)
X REPORT OF lNVESTIGAnON 1COllATERAL REPLY
RePORT OF INTELJ.IGENCE
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SUllMITTEll BY (N."",) ! SUBMITTED ay (rdl<1.nd Offlce) suaMITTEDIlY (0",)
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Matthew C. TraVer i SA/Denver II 05/.26/9.9
Revll!W£D av (N"",,) ! ReVIEWED av (Tille Illld Office) REVIEWED BY (Dato)
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: APPROVED BY (TdJe and QlfietJ) APPROVED BY (0"'.)

Christopher P. Sa.dowski I SAC/Denver II

pmsgIP'r!ON OF ACTIVITY)
Telephone interview with Chad Lening, student who has 5th: period open.

SYNQPSIS:
On 5/26/99, SA Traver contacted Chad Lening by phone, to ascertain his whereabouts on
4/20/99, during 5~b period.
N'MlU.'!'IVlf :
1. Lcnins stated that he left the school at about 1120 hr$ to go to lunch. He left with
Ryan VanDamm, Emily Paletta and Zach Engles. They all lett from the junior parking lot
and went to Ryan'S for lunch. He did not see or hear Anything when they left, as far as
anyone with guns Qr bombs~ or hear any gun shots or explosions.
2 He stated they left Ryans house in Dutch creek around 1140 to 1145, and at that time
the police already had the street blocked o£f and they had to detour around. He learned
the road block was due to the shooting at the school.
ATTACHMENTS
None.

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LESMAlm. DElUiK

JC-001·006785
DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
BUReAUOF ALCOHOl, TOBACCO. AND FIREARMS
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special Agent in Charge Phoenix Field


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TITLE OF INVESTIGAnON:

Columbine High School Shooting/B~~ing


Case Number

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REPORT OF IHTEL\.IGENCE

SUBMITTEO BY (Name) SUBMITTED 6V (fr!/e and Office) SUB-MJTIED BY (Date)

Matthew C. Traver SA/Denver II OS/27/99


REVIEW!';:O BY(Name} REVIEWED BY(Tille and Offic.g) REVIEWED BY loal.)

Robin King RAe/Denver II


APPROVED!V (Name) APPROVeD BY tTI(~ Itnd Office) APPROVED BY (D8fa,'

Christopher P. Sadowski SAC/Denver I!

DESCRIPTION OF ACTIYITY;
Telephone interview with Derek Lesmann, student who has 5t h period open.

SXNOPS;r3:
On 5/27/99, SA Traver contacted Derek Lesmann by phone, to ascertain his whereabouts on
4/20/99, during 5 th period.
NARRATIVE:
1. Derek stated that he left school at around 1115 to 1120 hra. He left with Donny KIlen,
Craig Warde, and Ed Self. They left via the back entrance of the school and lefc the
grounds in his vehicle which is parked in the Senior Lot. He stated that he did not see
or hear anything unusual, nor did he see Klebald or Harris. He stated that this was
unusual since he saw Klebold almO$t daily leaVing the parking lot at this time with
someone whose last name he believed to be Dykeman. This day he did not see Klebold.
2 After getting lunch l they were on their way to Craig Warde's house when the saw a bunch
of police vehicles, While at Warde's, Craigs' brother called and told them to turn on
the news That's how he heard about the shooting.

ATTACHMENTS
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Lindsey, Drew
9025 W. Geddes PL Littleton,Co. 80128 303979-1753

On 6-8-991 contacted Lindsey's mother who told me that on 4-20-99 Drew had stayed bome sick and in fact had also

stayed home sickon Monday ( the previous day).

Drew's mother further told me that she bas been talking with Drew since the incidentand was told that Drew only
!mewHarris and K1ebold to recognize them in the ba1Iways ofthe school

. '0 further information.

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WITNESS:
Cora Lininger, dobl06-0S'82
7617 South Newland Street
Littleton, Colorado 80123
(303)932-9839
Student at Columbine Higb School

lNVESTIGATION:
At about 2315 hours. Cora Lininger contacted me by telephone in reference to a First Degree Murder which occurred at
Columbine High Schoo! on 04-20-99. (Control number 3172)

During our conversanon, Cora Lininger stated she left the school property between 1117 and 1118 hours. because she had
finished a class at 1115 hours, and her two friends. Courtney Shawoskiand Lindsey Ludwig, were going to leave for lunch
che stated they were walking m the Junior parking lot going to Ludwig's vehicle. ] asked her if she noticed anything unusual

in the parking lot. or if she saw anyone dressed in black trench coats. She stated she did not see anything unusual and did not
see anybody wearing black trench coats in the parking lot.

1 asked her if 'he was in the cafeteria at all, and she stated she was not. She Informed me that after returning from lunch at
about 1140 hours, the police department would not allow them to drive south on Pierce Street, so they entered the leawood
neighborhood, which is just east of the school. She stated they were at Pierce and Weaver Avenue, Lininger stated they then
drove to Fair Avenue and Pierce, and observed students walking towards them from Clement Park.

I asked Lininger if she knew anybody in the Trench Coat Mafia, and she stated she did not.

DISPOSITION; Open.

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Control No 3991

FBI Case #4·DN·57419


eBI Case #991-0185
Jefferson County SO #99-7625
Reporting Agent (RA) Jay Alsup
690 Kipling St, Denver, CO 80215
(303) 239-4649

Witness KellieLisi, DOB 08118/82


7203 S Yukon Street, Littleton, CO, (303) 972-8928

Action Taken. KellieLisi is on the A lunch list TheRA asked Kellie a list of questions
from the Team #4 Interview Guideline Minimal Questions to be Asked Questionnaire
Kellie said that sawDylan Klybold on Monday, talking to Ryan Shumer in the parking
lot by their cars Shesaid they werejust saying hello, how are you,just in passing She
said they appeared to just be acquaintances

Kellie stated that at the time of the shooting, she off campus at lunch In response to
question #7 "haveyou heard anything from anybody else about other suspects, bomb
makin n buying, etc" Kellie stated that her friend Tiffiny Lien (303-972-6880) saw
hooting at her (Tiffiny) in the girl's bathroom near the commons area next
o t ie ore'gn language hall She heard him go into the boys bathroom and tre his
weapon in there as well When Tiffiny left the bathroom, she said was
standing on the landing on the stairs and shot at them but missed diem ellie said that
Tiffiny provided a statement regarding the above information to Officer Jack McFaddon.

On August 12, 1999, the RA contacted Tiffiny Lien's mother. Mrs Lien stated that she
and her husband werepresent when Officer JackMcFaddon interviewed their daughter
Tiffiny about the above described incident At the time the RA contacted Mrs Lien,
Tiffiny was not available for further comment

Kellie told the RA that her screen name was "SUNNY8217" and that she did not have an
ICQnumber

Kellie Lisi did not haveany other significant information to share regarding this case

Jay Alsup, CBI~/

JC.Q01· 006792
LITTLE. BRANDON

JC.oo1· 006793
GOLDEN POLICE DEPARTMENT
CONSHEET - REPORT NARRATIVE

~PORT DATE' 04-28-99 CR#, 99-1362


REPORT ID#, 9908504.AJX IN#' 9908504
CLASSIFICATION, Agency Assist J.C.S.O. Detectives, 1150/2260

COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE


Jeffce Case #99·7625
F.B.I. Case #174A-DN-57419
Centrol Number 3052, Assigned 05-07-99, Kreutzer/Watson
Lead number 3052 was to interview Brandon Little who attends Columbine
High School. The lead was developed from Jerry Warren a D.A.R.E. Deputy
for the Jefferson County S.O. The lead was Brandon has information
reference Robert Perry invclved in the shooting. Told the gource saw
Robert Perry in the sohool with a gun.
On 05-10·99 Brandon was met at his residence 6506 So. Yarrow Way. He
was interviewed about the information he provided to Deputy Warren. The
only information he disclosed was about what he was hearing from other
students. He was told by Luke Miline was told by Bijen Mcnte she saw
- in the oafeteria shooting and she is afraid to go to school as
" knows she saw him there shooting.
Brandon was asked about his whereabouts during the incident. He has
4th hour off, he took some friends tot he Subway for lunch. He was with
Chieko (Holly} Purdue, Aarcn Lawson. He had only met Holly a day or so
before. They all had left early for lunch, then returned to look at some
piotures. When they got olose noticed the problems, picked up one other
friend by the name of Pat. They then drove over to Leawood Elementary
school to warn them of the problem and not let the kids there out.
All of Brandon's friends have been talking about how there are more
than the two shooters int eh school. This is based upon how they were seen
in various areas of the school. They have taken various diagrams from the
newspaper and tried to show in relation to the information they have as to
where the shooters were. It is all not logical for two shooters to be in
the locations they were.

JC-001- 006794

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Officer I Number I Date Supervisor I Number ! Date Page I# of #
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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION 1 Pa es
'RESSEDTO, MONITORED INVESTIGATION IMFOFlMATlON:

Special Agent in Charge Phoenix ~ield


Division
T1T1Ji OF IMVEST1GAnON,

Columbine High School Shooting/Bombing


Case Number

785030 99 0009
TYPE OF REPORT' (CheckApplicable Box",,)
X REPORT OF INVeSTIGAnON COLLATl!RAl REPLV

REPORT OF INTElLlGENCE
SUBMITl1i:D BY mamf1) SUBMI'1'T!OBY (TItleand Office) SUBMITTED BV (Da"'!

Matthew C. Traver SA./Denver II 06/18/99


REVIEWED 8Y (Name) REVIEWED BY ITtIJ••1Id Office! REVIEWED BY (Dar~)

Robin Kinq RAe/Denver !I


A.PPROVED eV (Hamil) APPROVED BY {TJtJe aM Office} APPROVED av (Data)

Christopher P. Sadowski SAC/Denver II

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03ScnPTION 0' ACTIVITY I
Telephone interview with Brandon Little a student who has SChA period lunch.

ScOOPsrs:
On 6/16!~9, SA Traver contacted Brandon Little by phone, to ascertain his whereabouts on
4!20/~9, during 5~A period lunch.
N1t..Ri.ATIYJ 1
1. Little went out to eat with Holly Pardu and Aaron Lawson They left the school at about
1025 and came back about 1120. As the approached the school grounds they saw everyone
running out of the scheol. They picked up Patrick Carruso and were told about the
shooting. They all went to Leawood elementary school and then went to another friend's
house to watch television. He did not see or hear anything out of the ordinary, thought
that a fire drill was taking place.

ATTACHMEUTS
None.

JC-001· 006795
LOHRENZ, S
JCSO #99-7625
Control # 3,11
!nIefview' SI<phanie Lohrellz DOBl092483
Addreos. SlSI S AllisonCoutt, L.ittIetoll, co
Homo phcno303-979-9380
Freshman at Columbine Righ S<:hool

Stephanie Lohr= W1lS iDtcrvicwcd on 04-30-99 by lev rill Reotclcr (7394),Colorado State Patrol at
approx 3 J5pm at her resid...,..

Ms Lohrenz iiIllted lbai sbe WIll ootln the sdIool at the limo of the sboOOng, Sbe saidlbai sbe was in front
of Illepubli<: library around 2:30pm, afuo' tbc sbooting (04-2i>-99) and lbai sbe was looking for herftielIds
Shesaidlbai .n. ""w Wee _1<0. all dmscd in blaok:, probably aIlllllllos. Sbe saidsbe wasn't sure if they
werelaughing or not, One MIS tall maybe QQ2, with e blonde pooyIlIiI and waring bIaclt combat beets, and
the two nlbcrs were sbcrter, and "'" couldn't describe tbcm.

Ms, LobreIlz said!bat she _ ' I really paying my eneation. She said sbe WIll tbcrcwith bet dad, run
Lohrenz and bet brother. Matt LobreIlz.

Report Prepared by lnv rill Reuteler #7394 ~


May 4, 1999 r:::h'IIe
Colorado StateP.trol 't7' ,~(
Investigative Services Section
700 Kipling Street, Denver, CO SIl215

Jc.o01- 006797
LONG, E

JC-001· 006798
LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
':TIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT, 04-29-99
_r'FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOLTASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

SUSPECT:
ERIC HARRIS
DYLAN KLEBOLD

WITNESS:
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2379, FBI: 174A-DN-57419, JCSO: CR#99-7625, TEAM 4,
CAFETERIAWITNESSES, COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL

1, LONG, ERIC, WIM, DOB: 01·02-84


6617 West Arbor Drive, Littleton, CO 80123, 303-730·8362

INVESTIGATION:
On 04-29-99 at 1500 hours I spoke wfth Enc Long with hiS mother present at their residence Ene starec
walked to SChool, as he does every morning, on 04·20.99 He stated he did not know who KLEBOLD or
HARRIS were, but realized thaI he had seen them in passing In the hailS before. Erlc stated he usually sees their
group hanging out near the south east portion of the school grounds before school He stated they usually just
stand around smoking cigarettes there. Eric could not remember if he had seen them standing in thIS area the
morning of 04-20.99 or not.
Eric had not heard anything about them being involved in guns or explosives He did not have any
knowledge about their involvement on the computer or having web pages. He stated he did hear that they 'iked
to play "Doom"
Eric stated that he walked home for lunch the day of 04-20-99 He stated he heard popping noises after
he had been home for approximately fIVe minutes. Eric slated he had left the school out the entrance near the
school store, the "rebel corner" This exit is located east and south of the cafeteria Eric stated he did not see
anything unusual in or around the school that day

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SUPPLEMENT v JCSO PETERSON 99-7625-588
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WITNESSES:
ERIC JOHN LONG, DOB/O\-02-84
6617 West Arbor Drtve
Littleton. CO 80123
303-730-8362
Student-Coiumbine High School

ALiSA LONG
Same as above,
Work: Sameaddress/phone as residence.

fOHN LONG

Same as above.
Work. Lockheed Martin
303-977-91:3

INVESTIGATION:

On 06-22-99, at about 1130hours, I responded to 6611 West ArborDrive to contactand interview Eric John Long, who is a
student at Columbine HighSchool. Thisinterview was in reference to theshooting that occurred on 04-20-99 at Columbine High
School
JC-001· 006800

Eric Longadvised on 04-20-99 at approximately 011Shours,he arrived at Columbine HighSchool for his classes. Eric said he
went intothe math doors, which are across from the math department, and enteredhis classroom at approximately G730 hours.
Eric said he was in this math classroom until it let out at 0820, and said that he then went to his second hour class, which is
science. He arrived in the scienceclass at approximately ()82S, Eric Longsaid both hi' firstperiodand second periodclass are
on the upper level of Columbine High School. EricLongsaid that he got out of his scienceclass at 0920 hoursand went to his

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