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Levi Gregory Yazzie I DOB 012682


7387 West Fremont Drive
Littleton, Colorado 80128
303-948-5987
Columbine High School I II" grade

INVESTrGATION:

On 06·01·99, at about 10:30 a.m. I telephoned the Yazzie residence as follow up on DN3883, At that time, I spoke with
Kathleen Yazzie, Levi's mother. Kathleen confirmed what Levi had told me about student Scott Shaffer on 05·28·99
(DN3570), She explained that Scott Shaffer's parents are divorced, and that Scott has been living at her home for several
months due to problems he'd been having with his mother. Kathleen said that Scott recently drove to Oregon for an extended
camping trip with his father. and that upon their return. Scott plans to move out ofber home and in with his father, somewhere
in the Denver metro area.

Kathleen then told me that her son, Levi Yazzie, was not at Columbine High School during the shootings on 04·20·99, She
said iliat on 04-19-99, Levi, who played on the school's varsity baseball team, injured his knee, On 04-20-99, Kathleen said
that Levi's knee was still bothering him, and that he called her from school after his third period to see if she would phone in
an excused absence for his fourth period. Kathleen said that she then called the school for such excused absence, and that Levi
came home, Kathleen said that Levi arrived home at about 10:30 a.m., and stayed for lunch. Kathleen said that Levi then
returned to school at about 12: IS p.m, Kathleen said that about ten minutes later, Levi phoned her from a friend's (Ryan
McGrath I 12") cell phone to report what had occurred at the school and that he was OK. Kathleen said that she told Levi to

return home, which he then did, The interview concluded at about 10:40 am,
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8933 Field St. #52 Broomfield, Co. 80021 303423-5158

Narrative:
On 4·30·99 1interviewed Yealy at his residence. He advised me that he was with his girlfriend at the
memorials at Clements Parkat about2130 hrs on 4-26-99. Yealyalso told me that his curiosity had just
gotten the best of him so they walked on the west side of the fields on the west side of the school when he
encountered a barbwire fence. Yealy saw a downed comerof the fence and he alone decided to cress the
fence and perhaps get a oloser rook at the school that he has been seeing on the news for the last few
days. He said he had no intention on going into the school or even getting close. He said he doesn'tknow
anyone involved In the incident and doesn't even know anyone living in south Jefferson Co, Yealy denied
being with the Treochcoat Mafia although he admitted that he does own a London Fog style trenchcoat that
he likes to wearduringinclement weather.

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6241 W. Arbor Ave. Littleton, Co. 80123303797-0633

Narrative:
On 5-19-991 contacted Zawadzki and was advised that on 4-20·99 he had ditched school all day and was
downtown Denver skateboarding. He further told me that he did not know either Harris or Kleboid.

No further information.

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REPORT DATE OFFICE OF THE AITORNEY GENERAL CASE NO.
May4, 1999 STATE OF COLORADO 99-7625

TYPE OF REPORT REPORTOY AREA


Progress Inv, Gary Clyman Jefferson County
NATURE OF CASE
COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL I HOMICIDE
INTERVIEW OF FRANK ZlRGER(CHS STUDENT I TCM ASSOCIATE)

l. On April 28, 1999 I contacted FnmI< Zitger(DOD, 10121/80) at his residence, 6763 W, Roxbury PL,
Litdeton, CO 80128, (303) 972-8306, The interview bad originally bee. arranged tllrougb his mother the
previous day,who gave herconsent, andwaspresent in thehorne, known to himas eitherbut notin the
interview,

2, Theoriginal leadon Bank Zitgercame from fellow CRSstUdent, Pamela SUva. She bad related thatFrnnk
bad told her that he hadseenEricHarris at CHS onthemorning of April 20, 1999 with another studenr
identified as "Red".

3. FrankZirgeris currently a juniorat CHS, having attended thescbool since 9· grade. He knew both Hams
andDylanKJebold, daocribing themas "acquaintances". H. knew Hams aseither"Reb" or "Red', andof
the two, be knew Dylan better, Frankmet them bOth last year through Brian Sargent nndTad Boles.
Sargent and Klebold bad a video classtogether, Frank would often go tobreakfast at a local McDonalds
withKlebold andSargent,

4, Frank said that he didncrassociate much with Reb, describing bimas quiet and"respected" byothers in
their peer group, He observed that Rebprimarily associated withDyhuJ, Chris Morris, andNate Dykeman,
all of whohadan earlymorning bowling classtogether. Hedescribed Dylan Klebold as "happy", Dever
angry, and if anyone evermade fun of him, he seemad to letit"rolloffhis back", Frank never saweither
HaITi, {If Klebold express angertowards others. Frank saidmey seemad to be normal, and was ver;
surprised at whatthey did.

5, Regarding the "Trench Coat Mafia" (TCM), Frnnk saidthata large group of fellow studencs began
hanging out together in the 9~ grade onPierce Street nearCHS, but be is uncertain howthatname became
associated with the group. Frankhas never considered himself a member ofTeM. He saidthat 1he group
treatedeach other as "family", oftenhugging eachother when deporting COmpMY. The incident Qt CHS
was neverdiscussed within megroup as anysortofplan, andhecannot believe that anyone would assist
mom. Noneof the group everdiscussed pipebombs. Frank knows former CHSsnrdem JoeStair, hutsaid
that he has rarely seen him sincehe graduered (January 1999),

6. On April 20, 1999 Frank said 1hatbe, his younger brother Paul, andNicole Dickey all cbrained a ride from
Brian Sargent to CBS, arriving at about 7:00am. Frank does ocrhave a scheduled I" hour, andwhile the
other's wentto class, he went to mecafeteria withNick LNU, George Shriner, and Michael Bogan. The
four of memusually walk from theschool overto the corner of S,Pierce andPolkwhere they smoke.

7, Shortly after7:00arn., he and tbe other three named above, lefttheschool from the cafeteria, along the
sidewalk separating thejunior and senior parking lots, and in thedirection ofPolk. Frank is familiar with
Eric Harris' car,a lightgray 1989 Honda Prelude with a "Ramstein" sticker on the rearwindow. As Frnnk
walked past the juniorlot,he sawEric', carparked in thejunior lotwith1he trunk open, andsawEric
behind 1hecar, somewhat bent overas if he was doing something in the trunk. The car was approximately
30-10 feet from meschool, Eric waswearing black fatigue pants and possibly his blackKDKFM' T-sllirt,
Ibis caughthis attention because it was unusual to seeEric at scaool thetearly, andmat he was nor parked
in his usual spot, which is in me senior lot. He hadalready walked pastthe car, passing within about 10-15

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feet of i~ and did not say anything to Hams. He does not know if any of tbe others with him saw Eric.
Frank said that wbile notabsolutely certain. tbere may have been another male,tanding near the car with
Eric, describedas tall, slender, black pants, blackwaist-length jacket with no patches, whose back was to
him. Frank does not re<:alI noticing Dylan Klebold's car at tbe time, whicb be knows to be a black BMW.
(See attacbed CHS map whereby Frank Zirger identified hi, route fromtbe school, locanon of Hams, and
tbe usual parking 'paces of Hams, Klebold, and

8. Frank said that because of tbe terrain near tbe school,he could not see Hams' car or lhe parkinglot once
tbey w= at tbe corner of S. Pierce andPolk. He and the olhm retUmed to CBS via the same route at
aboutS;SG a.m, and he does not recallseeing Erie', car parked in the same space,nor does be recall seeing
eitherEric or Dylan theremainderof me day.

9. Frank said he was at schoolattanding each of his classes from 2'" -4~ hoUlS, which ends at 11:10 am, He
then went to Brian Sargent's ell!', which was plllked in his spacein tbe seniorlot, arriving at about 11:15
am, He, Sargent, and NicoleDickeydrove to tbe Burger Kingnear tbe Cooper 7 Theatre (S, Pierce),

la. They retumed to CHSat aboul II :45 am, and saw several policecars and policearound the school.They
wereadvised by an officer of the shooting, and told to leavethe area. They drove to Frank's house,
arriving at about 12:30p.m.,stayedbriefly, drove to Nicole's house so she could gel her car, and h. tben
returnedhome. His brother,Paul, bed arrived home at aboutllOOtl.

II. l'rank said that of the shooting victims, he knewIsaiah Shoals, Rachel Scott, Brian Anderson, and
_ _-;-,FlemiJlg. He Des not discussed tho ,hOOlings with biB friends. Franksaid he wouldlike to be
contacted for counselingservices, and I made a referral to the victim advocate.

Inv. G. Clyman

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8875 W. Dorado Ct. Littleton, Co. 80123 303 972-4227

Narrative:
On 5-19-99 I contacted Zobjeckwho advised me that on 4-20-99 she had left campus for lunch prior to the
incident. She got back to the school approx. 1125 hrs. and had to park in Clements park due to all the road
blocks. She began walking toward the school and got as far as the teachers parking lot when she
encountered a lot of students running from the buildlng. At this point she turned and ran backtoward the
park but was not allowed to take her vehicle. She caught a ride with friends and left the area. She did not
see or hearany shooting or explosions.

Zobieck also told me that Klebold was in her first semester gym class and that they did not get along.
Klebold was always cheating at the games in class and was always pushing people.

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Colorado State Patrol
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Columbine High School Incident

Date of Report: 05·06-99 Control Number: 2262

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StudentColumbine FiS
Tele. 303972-8716

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5910 S. Jellison 51. #E Littleton, Co. 80123 303972-8776

Narrative:
On 5-19-99 I contacted Zupancic who told me that on 4-20-99 he had called in sick to school and was
playing "hooky",

Zupancic further told me that he did know both Harris and Klebold and in fact both were in his bowling class
2!1lj semester of this year. He has known Klebold from elementary school and Harris from middleschool.
He never socialized with them and never really had any problems with them. He described them as
ntelligent, quiet and kept to themselves.

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JC·CHl1· 001427
PROGRESS REPORT
CHS INCIDENT/CONTROL il3741
REPORTBYJACKLYN GEE(ACSO)

On 052499 this Investigator spoke to a subject i<lentiJied as:

Alber. Jerry
DOB: 082448
8889 W, Crestline Dr,
Lirtleton, CO 80123
Phil 303 979-+187

Jerry advised tbe following:

That Jerry's SOD, Jusrin is a student at CHS.

Thaton 042299, Ierry was at the WestBowelsCommunity Church with his friend. Rick
Dendorfer fora memorial service hononng me victims of the CHS incident.

That Rick's daughter, Erika and son, Mattarealso students at CHS.

That"out of the blue"a girl imroduced by Erika as "Alex" (Marsh) walkedup to Ierry and Rick:.

That Jerry described tbe Alex as beingsnott and stockY. witb. blackhair.and _g' Miaml
Dolphias cap.

ThatJerryrecognized Alex frotc tbe news whereshe had been U:llerviewed on 042099 and
defended "tile shooters", so he was interested in what 'he had to say.

That in a verycleer and concise voice, Alex Staled. "Yeah,they !lad beenplanning thissince
December".

That immediately after tnaldng the statement, Alex walked away.


That Jerryalso advisedtbat Alexmade tho ,tatement in a very"cold" and "matW of fact" manner,
and be stated thllt after she walked away he and Rickstated to each other, "What. cold bitch!".

ThatJerry got the i.nlpreosion thatAlex knew tais was going to happen.

JC-001. 007428
ANDERSON r R.

JC.o01- 001429
• 1-

Fl!DERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

4/21 (99
Roge~ Ande~son, home address 8110 W. Massey D~ive,
Littleton, Colo~ado, 80126, telephone number (303)979-6826, date
of birth June 27, 1937, was contacted at the home of his son,
Wade Ande~son, located in San Antonio, Texas, telephone number
(210)699-4923. Afte~ being advised of the identity of the
interviewing Agent, Anderson p~ovided the following information:
Anderson was loading dump trucks at the co~ner of Caley
Street and Pierce Street, across from the south parking lot of
Columbine High School, on the morning of Ap~il 20, 1999. At
approximately 10:00 a.m., &~derson recalled seeing a Jefferscn
County She~iff's Office~ on a moto~cycle sitting at the
Caley/Pierce intersection watching for speeders. About 15-20
minutes after the officer left the area, Anderson saw two
vehicles turn off Pierce and onto Caley Street. Anderson advised
that the two vehicles came about 100 feet onto Caley Street and
then made a u-turn and return to Pierce Street. Anderson did not
know which direction the vehicles traveled on Pierce.
Anderson stated that the first vehiole was a blaok or
dark blue BMW that contained four teenagers. Anderson recalled
that the teenager in che passenger seat of the BMW was wearing a
light colored baseball hat. The second vehicle that was
tailgating the BMW was described by Ande~so~ as a light colored
mid-sized vehicle containing two individuals.
Anderson shared his information with two patrol
officers on April 21, 1999, when he was back at his work sice.
Anderson stated that he has been working in excavation for over
2S years and must always be observant of his su~roundings.
Anderson stated that he though it was unusual for kids to be
driving around in a BMW and that was Why he took notice of the
incident. Anderson advised that was currently visiting his son
in Texas and would be returning to the Denver area on May 1,
1999.

JC.001· 007430

4/24(99 (telephonioally)
4/27 199

Thlt documentCMt.aitu neither recommendations flO( <.:.ondUsiol1.$ qf the Pat Il. II the propertyQ(tbc PlU :1J'lit iii loaned to YOUt altncy~
it aa lUI a:m.tMt3 atlt nol to h 4lmiootcd vt)lJi~ yuurageney.
BROWN, F.

Jc.o01- 00743
PIRNARR ~rvada ?oli~e/court system ?age 1
Arvada Pollee Deparcment OS/27/1999
NARRATIVE

Ref # 99-1.2067 Reported Date 04/20/1999 Time 12:39:32


Type MSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST

DET92 OS/27/1999 052699/VOUDEROHE/MO

JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DE?ARTMENT 99-7625

As a re$ult of this incident a task force was formed to


inve$tigAce this tragedy with IO being a member of this
investigative group, ro was assigned a lead to follow up regarding
~ontrol #2818 which indicated that one ot the two primary suspects
in this case, Eric Harris had a wallet which contained a business
card, This business card was from the Upper Edge Security Center
located at 5433 W, 8a Avenue, Westminste~, CO 80030, Tel, 3Q3-428~
$454" The business card further indicated that Frank Brown was the
president of the aforementioned business.

On OS/20/99, IO ~ontacted Prank Brawn, the president ot Upper


Edge Security Center by telephone. After explaining to him the
reason 10 was contacting him, he stated that any business customer
of his has to be 18 years of age with documented proof in order to
buy anything from his business. Some of the products that are sold
at the upper Edge Security Center include large Knives and swords.
IO requested for Mr. Brown to check his computer records to see if
any purchase was made by Eric Harris or Robyn Anderson. Mr. Brown
did check his computer files and determined that no purchase of any
kind was made to either party. No name check was requested for
Dylan Klebold since he was 17 years old at the time of his death,
04/20/99.

With no further information t~ be developed, IO concluded this


~nterview with F~L~k Brown.

JC·001- 007432
BRIlNE'ITI, J

JC.OO1- 007433
l/IRNARR Arvada Police/Court System lIage 1
Arvada Police Department 06/23/1999
NlUUlATlVE

Ref # 99-12067 Reported Date 04/20/1999 Time 12:39:32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
~ocation 6201 9 l/IERCE 91'
DET114 06/23/1999 062399/VONDEROF~/KX

The followin9 supplemental repo~t will be in reference to


Arvada Police Department CR 99-12067 thac will correspond with
Jefferson County Sheriff's Department CR 99-1625 regarding the
shootings/murders at Columbine aigh School on 04/20/99,
The followins supplement is an evaluatlon of polygraph charts
that ~ere produced as a result of ~atthew Nalty, DaB 04/15/81, and
James Brunetti, DOS 10/28/80, being administered polygraph
examinations regarding the Columbine High School shootings/murders
that occurred on 04/20/99. la, Detective Jim Vonderohe, is a
member of the columbine High School Task Force which is
investigating this tragic event, One of the p~imary objectives of
the task force is to determine wheeher or not any other person
besides E~ic Harri$ and Oylan Klebold were involved in any way in
the planning l preparation or participation of this criminal act,
As the SWAT teams began their sea. en of tne school shortly
after the shootings were reported, Matthew NaltYt James arunetti
and Matthew Akard, 006 O~/29/al, were contacted in Clement Park
near Columbine aigh School by police officers as they were
approaching the school. Due ~o che fact that these three
individuals appeared $imila~ to the physical descriptions of the
attackers in the school, the aforementioned subjects were detained
and quescioned oy the police. Thei~ decainmene waS monitored by
national television outlets which resulted in Matthew Nalty and
James Srunetti being flown to New York City in order co pcssibly
appear on the sally Jesse Raphael television show. Apparently a
precondition to them appearing on tha show was the requirement that
they submit to a polyg~aph examination in order to determine that
they had no criminal involvement in the Columbine HiSh scheol
massacres.
Investigator Duane Eaton (ArVada police Departmentl I a
Columbine Kigh School Task Force member, determined that Matthew
Nalty and James Brunetti, were administered polygraph examinations
by R. Michael Martin. Mr. Mar,in is associated with Pr~ority
Investigations, Inc· t 553 Main Street, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania,
18300, l-aOO-545-1~l2. Investisator Baton contacted Mr. Mar,in
regarding the polygraph examinations and requested a copy of all
~he eharts, quastion$ and associated paper~ork that was generated
from these examinations.
Investigator Eaton received the aforementioned reqUested items
from Mr. Martin with an accompanying letter dated May ~4, ~999.
Mr. Mar~in indicated in the letter that he was an associate member
of the American Polygraph Association and completed his polygraph
training at the New York School of Lie Oetection in 1984 (certified
in 1985I. The letter further stated that che examination of each
subject lasted 90 minutes and included one acquaintance te$t/ a
specific nyou phase ll examination and an exploratory examination.
Mr. Martin stated that he administered all of the polygraph
examinations to the subjec,s on May 3, 1999.
JC-001· 007434
PIRNAAR Arvada Police/Court System Pase 2
Arvada Police Department 06/23/U99
NlI.l'Ul..I\TIV1i:

Ref i! 99·U057 Repcrted Date 04/20/l999 Time 12,39,32


Type ASS'I'OA Status RTF
location 6201 S PIERCe: 5T
O~Tl14 06123/1999 062399/VONDEROH~/KX

IO, a 1980 graduate of the American Institute of Polygraph


(certified in 19S31, and a full member of the American Polygraph
Association and the American Association of Police Polygraphists!
was requested to perform a quality control examination of all the
submitted items regarding the polygraph e~aminations of Matthew
Nalt:y a.nd. James Brunetti.
In reviewing the items submitted by Mr. Martin, his report
indioated that both subjeot. claimed in their pretest interview
that they \Nalty and Brunet til , alons with Matthe~ Akard. were at
Brunetti's apartment when ~hey heard about the shootings at
Columbine High School from Brunetti'. sister. They decided to go
to the ichool to determine ~f their friends who attend the school
may have been injured. It should be noted that none of the three
individual$ were students at Columbine Hi~h school. The =eport
further seated that upon thei~ a~rival in the school's vicinity,
they were accost ad by the police. questioned and later released.
They denied any involvemene and knowledge in the shooting incident
at the school.
Mr. Martinis report indicated that the relevant questions
asked of both suhjeets in the Bac!<ster Direet Involvement "you
phase" examination 'N'ere:
a. Prior to the shootings at Columbine aigh School on April
20th, did you transpQr~ any guns O~ explo$ives into that
school?
b. Did you yourself transpOrt any guns or explosives into
Columbine High School prior to the shootings on April
20th?
The relevant questions asked of both subjects in the Backster
Exploratory examination were:
c. Prior to April 20th did you ever visit the Web$ite of
t

Harris and Klabclt?


d. Prior to April 20th, were you personally acquainted with
either Oyl~~ Klebolt or Erik Harris?
e. Prier to April 20th, did you know that the shootings at
Columbine High School were gons to take place?
It was Mr. Mart.in.'s opinion that Matth.ew Nalty's f1no'l response
to the relevant quescions indicated for him to be answering
trut.hful to ehem, all except fot' relevant question "e, lO whl.ch.
scored in the llinconclusivl!" range. Mr. Martin opined that MAt.thew
Nalty was not deceptive in his response to any of the relevant
quest.ions.
It was M.r. Martin'S opinion that: James Brunetti's llno" .
responSes to the relevant questions indicated for him to be
answering truthfully to all of them.
After reviewing all of the polygraph charts from Matthew
JC.001· 001435
Arvada Polie~/Court System Page 3,
~rada Police Department 05/;;3/1999
NAlUl.ATlVE

Ref # H-12Q1i7 Reported Date 0~/2Q/1999 Time 12;39;32


'!¥I'e ASSTOA St.at.ua RTF
Location 6201 S PI~RC~ ST
DET114 06/23/1999 062399/VONOZROHE/KK

Nalty's examination, it is Ia'~ opinion the subject appeared to ~e


deliberately distorting his respiratory tracings in chart #1 and
chart #2 of the exploratory examination and to relevant question
#35 (b) on chart #2 in the direct involv".... nt "you phase"
examina.tion.
It is tne opinion of 10, after analy~ing all of the polygraph
charts and using a seven point scale in scorin9 Matthew Nalty·s
polygraph charts, that his responses to th~ r~levant questions in
the direct involvement examination were ltinconclusive" and his
responses to ;:,he relevani; quest.ions in tne exploratory examination
were truthful.
It is the opinion of 10, after analy~ing all of the polygraph
charts and using the seven point scale in scoring James Bruneeei's
polygraph charts, that his ~egponses to the relevant questions in
the direct involvement and the exploratory examinations were
truthful. However, it ia IO'a opinion that Mr. Martin is very
generous to the subjec~ in nis scoring evaluation of all the tests,
-especially the. d.i:r;ect involveme..Tlt "you phase" charts

All of the polygraph charts and relat~d paperwork mailed to


Investigator Duane Eaton and utilized by 10 in th~ analysis of the
polygraph examinations given to Matthew Nalty and James Brunetti
will be submitted to ~he evidence custodian of the Jefferson County
Sheriff'g Department regarding this criminal investigation.
No further information at this time regarding this maeter.

JC-001· 001436
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUPPLEMEN'I'AL REPORT

Defendant, (Columbine shooting) Docket Number, 99A062 rA)


Date, 042599 Case Number, 99-7625
Deputy D.A., Investigator, Mike Heylin

********************************************************************

WITNESS,

James Brunetti DOB, 102880


8204 Sheridan Blvd
#3006
Arvada, CO 80003
303-428-3223 (mother's line) 303-428-3328
no work
W/M, 601, 160, Bro/Bro
no tattoos, scarwright palm
Colorado ID# 982121315
Wearing black jaoket to waist with band symbols, green fatigue
pants, knee-high black leather boots with green laces. Some of
patches are; anti swastika, Dead KeI'.nedy's, Bad Religion. Also
wearing dog collar.
-taken into custody on scene April 20, 1999, with two frien<:is, Matt
Akard and Matt Nalty, after matching description of possible
involved persons

EX1:UBITS,

-GSR kit from suspect's handa/faoe, collected by ur~own lab person.

INVESTIGATION, JC.001. 007437

On Tuesday, April 20, 1999 at arOund 1300 hours I responded to the


Jefferson County Sheriff' a command post regarding the shooting at

1
Columbine High School. While on scene, three young men were taken
into custody in the area of the park that were similar in appearance
to the possible suspects in this shooting. One of the persons taken
into custody was a James Brunetti. Jeffco S.O. Sergeant Pat Woodin
requested I interview Mr. Brunetti.

At 1359 hours I entered a van were Brunetti was seated. He was


cuffed and being escorted by Jeffco S.O. Deputy A. R. Walker. His
property was already in a bag and I was handed his Colorado I. D. He
said he only heard about the shooting. His hands were then bagged
for a GSR collection kit.

I then read Mr. Brunetti his rights per Miranda reading from my
pre-printed card. When asked if he understood his rights he
replied, "Yes." When asked if he would tell his side of the story
he replied, "Oh , yeah." Brunetti then told me the following:

* He lives with his mother, Joanie, and his sister, Jannine. His
mother works at C.U. Boulder but he did not know in what capacity.

* He came with two friends of his; Matt Akard who he described as


his best friend and lived on Gray Court in Arvada, and Matt Nalty
who he described as a good friend who lives in Broomfield and drove
the three of them to the scene in his white car, unknown model.

* When asked what he was doing this date from the time .he woke
up, he said he had stayed the night at Matt Akard's home. They woke
up around 10:00 a.m. and Matt Nalty called over there around 10:30
a.m. They had all planned on going to a concert in Littleton for a
band called, "Drop kick Murphy.'

* He needed cigarettes so they all met over at his hOllSe. While


there, the news of the shooting was on television. He said his
sister was watching the television and they talked about his
sister's ex-boyfriend named Anson who attended Columbine High. They
wondered if he was okay so they decided to drive into the area and
see what was going on.

2 Jc.oQ1- 007438
* He said they approached scme cops to ask questions then the
cops took them into custody with weapons drawn.

Mr. Brunetti then was taken by another van where a GSR kit was
completed. The three young men were then released and told to leave
the scene.

Mr. Brunetti was extremely cooperative and said he understood what


waS going on due to the seriousness of the situation.

Within the next few days I received a call from Mr. Brunetti saying
that the cops were following him and he wanted SOme kind of written
statement that he and his friends were no longer suspects. I also
received a message to call Matt Nalty who also was saying he wanted
to be officially cleared. I made no follow-up calls to Mr. Malty.

This concluded my involvement with Mr. Brunetti.

~l)'
Investigato' Date

JC·001·007439
:3
Arvada ~olice/Court System Page
Arrada Police Departmen~ 05/12/1..
Nl\lUU:rrl1l:

Ref ~ 99-12067 Reported Date 04/2Q/1~9~ Time 12:3~:32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST
OET6l 05/12/1999 QSl19~/EATON/KK

seso ~~-762S
CONTROL j104~, j1050 and ~1107

Through inter~iews with subjects Matthew Aka~d, James Brunetti


and Matthew Nalty, Investigator eaton was aware tha, the three
subjects were to be on the Sally Jesse Raphael show at
approximately 1300 hours en April 30, 1999, Investigator Eaton had
been made aware by Nalty chat he and the other tWQ subjeots had
taped the show on TuesdaYI April 27, ~9991 while in New York City
at Sally Jesse Raphael's studios. Nalty advised !nvestigacor Eaton
that they had been asked to be on Sally Jesse Raphael's show due to
the fact that they had made national news when arrested in Clement
Park near columbine High School on Tuesday, April ~O, l399.
Investigator EatOn had done several inter;iews wi~h ehe three
subjects anQ had an interest in viewing this show in order to
determine if they made any statemenC3 contradictory to the
statemenCs made to police.
Federal Bureau of Investigation special Agent Gary Gomez
reeorded the show at the FB! Offices at the request of Inveseigator
eaeon and turned the VRS tape of the show over to rnvestigator
eaton on April 30, 1999 at approximately 1S00 hours,
tnvestigator Eacon has reviewed tne cape of the en~i~e Sally
Jesse Raphael Show from :riday, April 30, 1999 on several
occasions" Investigator Eaton ~aid particular attention ~o the
interviews wi~h Akard. B~~net=i and Nalty, It should oe noted that
the first per eon interviewed on the show chis dace was Columbine
Sigh School student 8rian Anderson. Following Anderson were Akard,
Brunetti and Nal~y. Followin9 the three subjects of rnvestisator
Eaton'S interest was another Columbine High School student John
Ungerland. The final guests on the show this date Were a male and
female whe dressed in gothic type clothing and discussed the gothic
movement, in the Denver, Colorado area.
Akard, Brunetti and Nalty discussed what had taken place on
Tuesday, April 20, 1999. All ~hree discussed their reasons for
going to the area of Col~mbine High School and their
arre5t/deteneion wQich followed and ~heir contact with the police.
Inv~sti9ator Baton noted that there w~re no ~tatements made by the
three which were contradictory to the statements made to police,
The three discussed their reason for going ~o the area of Columbine
High School and their reasons for d.essing the way they did. It
ll
should be noted chat the three were dressed in some of their Qpunk
style clothing worn ~he date of their arrest and worn on the Sally
Jesse Raphael Show,
Investi9a~or Eaeon will turn over the video cassette copy of
the April 30, 1~~9 Sally Jesse Raphael Show over to ~he Jefferson
County Sheriff's Office detectives in charge of ehi$ inves~igation.

JC-001· 001440
Arvada ~olice/Courc Syseem Page 1
Arvada Police Department 05/12/1999
NARRATIVE

Ref !I 99-12067 Reported Oaee 04/20/1999 Time 12:39:32


Type ASsTOA Status RTF
Location 5201 S ~IERCE S~
DET50 05/12/1999 OSl199~~

CaN.WEC~ING TO JEFFERSON COUNTY CR#99-7.2S,


cosrsor, #1097
On April 27, 1999/ Inv, Duane Eaton of the Arvada Police
Department was assigned inves~i9ative lead #1097. The source of
information was Duncan Page, whose affiliation was listed as
Psycho-Therapist, Denver. Also listed was a telephone number of
303-756-1693. The narrative portion of the information oont~ol
ahee~ advised that the caller, Duncan Page. had a client, who in
turn has a teen daughter who goes to Arvada High School. The
narrative portion advised that the client's daughter CQulQ
supposedly identify two of the males in the ~CM picture as students
at A~lada High School, The elient supposedly advised Page that the
t':'0170 males from Arl'ada High School 'Nhc are "Trench Coat. Mafia"
members had been at Columbine High School on the morning of April
20, 199~. !nv. Eaton was aaeigned the ~ask of contac~ing Duncan
Page for anymore information on the client and possibly, to
idencify the two males who ~ttend Arvada High School, who were
supposedly at Columbine High School on April 20, 1999,
On April ,0, 1999 at approximately 1600 hours, Inv, Eaton was
able to make telephone contact with Page. Page adv,sed Inv, Eacon
that he is a psycho-therapist in the Denver area. He advised tha~
a client whom he refused to identify has a daughter whom he refused
~o identify who attends Arvada senior High School He advised that
che daughter was once involved in ~he Gothic move~n~ in the Denver
Macro area. page advised ~hat the cl~ent a4vised that her daughter
had observed pictures in one of the local newspapers of persons she
believed to be fellow students at Arvada Senior High School.

page advised that his client's daughter refuses to call the


police with the information she has in the belief that it i.
nothing significant and will not assist in the investigation a~
Columbine Righ School. Page advised Inv. Eaton tha~ he would
atcempt to have his client convince her daughter to come ferNard
and speak with the police through Inv. Eaton,
As of Tuesday, May 11, 1999, Inv. Eaton has not peen contacted
by Page or the client'S daughter, with any information. Inv. Eaton
did contace Arvada ~olice Officer Barry Malloy who is the School
Resource Officer at Arvada Senior High school, in Arvada, CO, Inv,
Eaton advised Officer M~11oy of the information included in this
investigative lead. Officer Malloy advised Inv, Eaton that he did
not recognize any of the persons in any newspaper photographs as
those of studenes attending Arvada Senior High School. Officer
Malloy also advised that he has not been contacted by any current
or former students or any school staff as havins recognized any
persons in the newspaper photographs as students at Arvada Senior
High School,
It is Inv. Saton's opinion that Page's client'S daughter may

JC-001- 007441
PIRNAlU< Arvada Police/Court System Page 2
Arvada Police Department 05/12/1999
Nl'.RllA'l'IVE

Ref # 99-12067 Reported Date 04/20/1999 Time 12,39'32


TyPe AS STOll. Statu. RTF
Location 5201 S l?IiRC~ ST
OET60 05(12/1999 051199/~TON(SH

have viewed photog~aphs of the three male subjects contacted in


Clement Park near Columbine High School. Said subjects were
contacted during the initial investigation, decained and late~
released. !nv, eaton nas identifi&d those subjects as Matenew
Akard, James Brunetti, and Matthew Malty. The daughter'.
statements to her mother may have become confused as they were
passed on to P4ge and Inv. Eaton believes that the daugh~er may
very well have been talking about Na1ty, Akard, and arunetti and
aware of them as students in the Arvada area, though they had not
attended Arvada Senior High SchOOl. Akard, Brunet~i and Nalty,
thougn not attending Arvada Senior Righ School, have numerOuS
friends at Arvada Senior High School and often socialize in the
area of Arvada Senior High School and may have been confused as
students ac Arvada Sen10r Hign sehoQl.
Inv, Eaton will not be conducting any more investigations
conce~ning this investigative lead unless he o~herwise hears back
f4Qm Page or the ~liant's daughter,

JC-001· 007442
BURKE, T.

JC-001· 007443
PROGRESS REPORT
CHS INCIDENT/CONTROL #1980
TYPED BY IACKLYN GEE(ACSO)

On 042999, !!lis Invesagarce conracted a subjectidentified as:

Burke, Joanne
Deb: 120159
4740 S. Pierson Way
Lirderon, Co. 80127
PhI 303-933-2491

Regarding her son, identifiedas:

Burke, Terry
Dob: 112282

Joanne advised the following:

That Terry has long hear, wears a treech coal. and hangs out with the "goth's" and "stoner's",
Although is nota member of the Trench Coax Mafia.

That Tetry is a fll'ea! kid tbaris an A plusstudenl tbaldoesa lot of volunteer work for the
Community.

That Joanne will have Terry callthisInvestigator when he gets home.

TerI"1 calledthisInvestigator and advised the following:

ThatTerryis a stullenl at Dakota Ridge, wlrich is a school near Chatfield.

TbarTerryhas beardabout theTrenchCoat Mafiathrough conversations with other


J<id's although be wasnOl a member and did not knowanyone involved in this incident.

That Terryno longerwears his rrench coat as a resultof thisincident.

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CAMPBELL, CAMILLIE

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CASE NUMBER 99-7625
SUPPLEMENT RERPORT
REPORTING AGENCY: JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
REPORTING OFFICER: WYGANT, SK 100!#'pV]
DATE OF THIS REPORT; 082299
CASE STATUS: OPEN
WITNESS INFORMATION
CONTROL NUMBER 3525

CORY CAMPBELL DOB 032986


170 WILLOWLEAF DRIVE
LITTLETON, COLORADO 80127
PHONE 303972 8815
STUDENT: DEER CREEKELEMENTARY

CAMlLLLE CAMPBEL DOB 082480


170 WILLOW LEAFDRIVE
LITTLETON, COLORADO 80127
PHONE 303972 8815
STUDENT: CHATFIELDHIGH SCHOOL

INVESTIGATION
On 082199 I attempted to contactCory Campbell with negative results. I
did telephonically interviewed Camille Campbell, the sister ofCory
Campbell. Camille is a student at Chatfield High School. I asked Camille if
she was the only sister of Cory, she repliedyes.
I asked Camille if she had friends that attended Columbine High School.
She replied in the affinnative. I asked Camille if any ofber friends that
attend or have attended CMS have ever said anything to her about seeing
four shooters, or if they saw two shooters discardtheir trench coats and flee
into the crowd on April 20 1999. Camille replied by saying, "I don't
rememberany of my friends from CHS ever telling meanything like that." I
asked her if she had ever beard anybody else say things similar to this, and
she replied, no. Camille did not recallany conversations that she had with
her sister over this incident.

DISPOSITION: CASE OPEN


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CAMPBELL. CORY

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CASE NUMBER 99.7625
SUPPLEMENT REPORT
REPORTING AGENCY; JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S
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DATE OF THIS REPORT: 082599
CASE STATUS: OPEN

WITNESS Thi'FORMATION
CONTROL NUMBER 3525
CORY CAMPBELL DOB 032986
170 WilLOW LEAFDRNE
LlTILETON, COLORADO 80127
PHONE: 303 972 8815
STUDENT: DEERCREEKELE:MENTARY

INVESTIGATION

On 082399, I telephonically interviewed Cory Campbell. Cory told me that


she knew nothing about anybody seeing four shooters or two shooters
discarding their coats and then fleei\1g into the crowd at Columbine High
School on April 20 1999. Cory said that she had heard through the rumor
mill that there were possibly more than two shooters. She denied ever
saying that her sister's friends saw four shooters.

DIsPOsmON: CASE OPEN

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Eric Kenneth Carline/ DOB 112057


9208 S. BighornDrive
Littleton, Colorado 80127
303-973-2584 - home
1-888·308-4172 - pager
Lockheed Martin/ Logistics Engineer

II'<'VESTIGATION,

)n 05-24-99, at about 3:55 p.m.. I interviewed Eric Carlineas follow upon DN3670. The interview was conducted at Eric',
home.

Erictold me that on 04.16.99, at about 5:00 p.m., he was inside his borne when he heard the round of gunshots comingfrorr
behindhis home. Eric said that he walkedout onto his backdeck to ascertain where the gunshots werecoming from. Upor
doingso, he discovered theywerecoming from belowa hill. directly behindhis home. Althoughhe didn't seethe shootens>
Ericsaidthat he was somewhat angryin thatwhoeverwas shoalingapparently didn't realizethey were in suchcloseproximity
to his and other nearbyhomes. Eric said that he then yelled a few times from his deck for the shooterts) to "Knock it off:
assuming that they wouldhear him,quit shooting, and go away. Eric 'aid that despitehis yelling,the shootingcontinuedam
he then called the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office to report it. Eric said that shortly after making this call. the shootin;
stopped. Eric said that he didn't think anything ofthis at the time. He said that two or three times a year, he hearsgunshot
frompeople who shoot alongthe Deer Creek Canyonroadside, andassumed this was simplyanother such incident.

Erictold me that on 04.20-99,the day oftbe Columbine shooting, he arrived home fromwork earlierthan usual(around 3:3.

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with whomhe worksat LockheedMartinbut hadn't seenforseveralyears. Ericsaid thatthe two of them then begandiscussir
mediaaccounts of the events that occurred at Columbine,and also the presenceof police and newsmedia intheirneighborhoc
Eric said neither he nor Brian knew at that time Why the police were in tt
neighborhood. Eric said later that night, while watchingtelevision at his home, a member of the newspapermedia knock!
on his door and asked him ifhe knew anything about the Klebold's. Eric told him that he didn't, and that he had no desire
talk to reporters. Eric said this person then left without further incident, Eric said that he returned to watching televise
coverage of the Columbine shooting, during which he then learned why the police and news media were inhis neighborhoo

Eric said that that night, he beganthinking about the Columbineshootings, and the possibih
thatthe gunshots he had heard the previousSaturdaymay somehowbe connected, Accordingly, Ericsaid that the nextrnornir
(04·21-99), he telephonedthe JeffersonCounty Sheriff's Officeand left a message to that effect with Investigations Sergea
.andy West. Later in the day (around 3:00 p.rn.),while on ajob at BuckleyAir Force Base, Eric said that he again telephot»
the Sheriff's Office and spoke with one of the Investigations secretaries. Again, Eric reported the gunshot' he had heard (
04-16-99 and the possible link with the Columbine 'hooters, Eric said that the secretary told him she would pass ti
information On to the appropriate investigators. Eric 'aid that he never heard back from anyone from the Sheriff s office, a.
that he never called back because he assumed the investigators were busy and he didn't want to be a "pest"

Eric said that on 04-26-',9, at about 7:20 p.m., he was on his back deck and noticed a yellow, older model pickup truck, w
a whitecamper shell, parkedapproximately75 yards east,along Deer Creek CanyonRoad,of where he had heardthe gunshc
on 04·16·99. Upon closer observation(with binocularsl, Ericsaid he saw a person walking in and around the bushes near t
truck. Eric said that it appeared this individual was looking for something. At first, Eric said that he assumed it was
investigator following up on whet he had reported. Ericsaid that he became curious, and walkeddown to where this trucka
individual were. Eric said that as he approached this individual, he realized it wasn't an investigator. Eric said that Ii
individual, whom he described as a white male, late 20's to early 30's, shoulderlength brownhair, was walking in and arou
the bushes and appeared to be intently looking for something, Eric said that he said something like, "nice evening for a wa

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continued walking past him. toward the creek, Eric said that as he walked past the truck, which he described as 10·15 yea
old, he notedthe licenseplate: Colorado20395YS, Ericsaid thathe then left that area and returned home. Laterin the evenir
Eric said that he checked the area again and that this individual hadleft, Eric thinks this individual may have been looking!
spent shells.

Prior to concluding the interview, Eric took me to the two areas along Deer Creek Canyon Road he had pointedout. The ar
where he heard the shooting coming from is a dirt shoulder on the south side of Deer Creek Canyon Road, approximately I:
yards The area where he saw the individual and yellow truck is also on the south side of Deer ere
Canyon Road, on a dirt shoulder I circle drive, about 75 yards west of Cougar Road, The interview concluded at about 4:
p.m,

oiorado license plate 20395YS list to:

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Jeffrey Michael Harthan
WIM,600, 146, Blond/Hazel
3469 East Filbert Avenue
Parker,Colorado 80134

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:ONTlNUATION 0
;UPPLEMENT -c JCSO FELSOCI 99.7625·Q
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DREW SULLlVAN CASSIDY. DOBI02"()3-89


5245 West Ottawa Avenue
Littleton, Colorado 80127
(303) 932-8025

MIKE CASSIDY
Ie as above

INVESTIGAnON:

At 1630 hours, I contacted Drew Cassidy by telephone in referenceto a Murder in the First Degree that occurred at Columbine
High School on 4-20-99

During our conversation, Drew stated that about 1000 hours that day he was sitting on the front porch of his house. He told
me that a light blue compact car, which he believed was a two door, drove westbound past his residence. He stated that they
were going a "little" above the speed limit He stated that the windowswere down. I asked him how many people were in the
vehicle, and he stated that there were four males in the car. He slated they ail were wearing black clothing. [asked him what
color hair they had, and be stated all he can remember was that one or two of them had brown hair. [asked him about the
driver's hair color, and he stated that he could not remember. ! asked him if they said anything as they drove by Or if they
noticed him. He informed me that they did not see him, but they wereyelling a different language. I asked him if that could
have been the radio playing in the car, and he stated no they were yelling.
JC.001· 007459

[asked him if they had anything in their hands or hangingout ofthe car. He slated that the guy in the right rear passenger seat
had something in his left hand, but it might have been the seat belt from the front seat. I asked him ifhe noticed anything else
about the car and asked him if it had a sunroof, and he Slated that be believed it did not. I asked him how far away was the
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porch from the road. and he did not know. r asked his mother after our conversation, and she stated that the distance is about
20 feet. She also stated that he told her that it wag possibly. hatchback vehicle.

This interview was conducted while Drew Cassidy was in the state of New York.

DISPOSITION; Open.

JC..o01.007460

Assigned To
CllICOTA,C

JC-oO,\·00146,\
UTTLETON FIRE DEPARTMENT CRt: 199.34891
2255WEST BE.qRY AVENUE· LITTLETON, COLO. 80165 DATE: 04-27·99
(303) 7115-31100

CONTINUATION ~SUPPWEMENTALREPORT

)4-27·991 receivedinformation from:


CHICOTA, Cork (M.J.) 008: 08-21-43
8906 West Bowles Avenue#220
Littleton Colorado 80123
(303) 973-8590· office
(303} 973-8679· horne

CHICOTA related the following information:

·That on Tuesday April 20, 1999 he was In the area of Bowles and Wadsworth;
•That he had parkednear the 'ear of the csntura Medical Plaza building locatedat:

·8246 West BowlesAvenue

•That he observed three males park andexn a vehiclein the parking lot;
•That the three males were wearing black military atllre;
•That the males stopped and talked wilh him;
-That tile males commenled something to the effect that

·"111eywere in Ihe area 10 help \heir friends at \he scnoor

•That the commentswere made during \he shoollng at Columbine High school;
•ThatCHICOTA commented the time was before or right around the noon hour;

I advised CHICOTA thal he neededto make contact with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office and prOVide tnem the
sameinlormalion. This report is to verify that the information was forwarded and to serve as a lead sheet lor
I' ,tigalo,s collecting Intel information on the Incident.

'~i/~

JC,001· 007462
<C ~- ;2.1- <.(:)
M.J. CORK CHICOTA
f'RESroE.\(]' &: cso

M J C DEVELOPMENT, INC.
COMMERCIAL SERVICES
8906WEST !!OWl.ES AVENUS, S1,J1TE 220
UTTlETON, COI.ORAOO 00123
303-913-6500 FAX 300-97.J.ll672
Crt) 't?'3 ~ 'is~ /1

City Q(Littleton
Rick I.. Young
DepUly Fire Marshal

FlreCe_ent
22S5 West Serry Avenue
LJttl&ton. Colorado 80165
3.03--795-3811
FAX 303-795·3929
Emall: (!youngOmall.littialCrl.otg

JC.o01.007463
Arvada Police/Court System Page 1
Arvada Police Department 05/06/1999
NARRATIVE

Ref 11 99-12067 Reported Date 04/20/~999 Time 12,39,32


Type ASS~TOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE
DETU 05/06/1999 0505991 TON

uefferson County Sheriffls Department /99·7625


Control #1506 (Associated to control numbers 1049, .050, 1107 and
2.008)

On April 28, 1999 Investigator Duane Eaton of the Arvada


Police Department was assigned leads from information control
sheets lS06 and 2008 Lead sheet control n1506 listed the source
of the information as Cork Chicota. The person taking this
information was Jefferson County Sheriff'. Department
Investigations Division secretary Judy Searle. Said information
had been taken on April 26, 1999 at approximately 0900 hours. The
narrative portion of the lead sheet advised that Chicota had talked
to three mal~s in Clement Park approximately five minutes before
they were arrested. this would have been following the homicides
at Columbine High School.
The source of the information on lead sheet control #2008 was
Rick Young of the Littleton Fire Department. In the narrative
portion of lead sheet #200a Young advised he had received
~nformation from Chicota that Chicota had observed three males
dressed in military attire in Clement Park at approximately 1200
hours. Young also advised in the narrative portion of this lead
~hdet that Chicota claimed to have spoken with the three males.

Investigator Eaton was assigned the task of contac~in9 Chicota


and interviewing reference his contact with the three males in
Clement Park.
On April 30, 1999 at apprcximately 1435 hours, Investigator
Ea~On was able to make telephone contact with Chicota, Chicota
advised Investigator Eaton that on Tuesday, April 20, 1999 he was
in the area of a aeries of medical building~ located on the east
side of Wadsworth and south of Bowles Avenue. He advised these
buildings backe4 up to Clement Park. Chicota advi$ed that the job
he was on in this area was at the medical bUilding #2. Chicota
advised that shortly before responding to this location he had been
in his office nearby and beard about the incident at Columbine High
School. Chicota advised with this information in mind he walked
into the park area and walked up on top of a mound of dirt with his
binoculars in an attempt to see any activity taking place at or
near ColUmbine High school.
Chicota advised that while standing on top of the mound of
dirt three males approached him and began speaking with him. He
advised the males had parked behind an Einstein bagel shop and he
had first noticed them exiting their vehicle because of the
clothing they were wearing. He advised their clothing was military
in appearance. chicota advised he could not recall specifically
what the three males were wearing but that it only reminded him of
militarr gear,

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Arvada Police/Court System Page 2
Arvada Police Department 05/06/1999
NARRATIVE

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


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST
DET41 OS/06/1999 OSOS99/EATON/MO

Chicota advised Investigator Eaton that as the three subjects


walked up onto the mound of dirt near him he acknowledged their
presence and said hello. Chicota advised the three males told him
they had come to the a~ea in an attempt to see what was going at
Columbine High school. He advised they told him they were going to
take a walk over towards the school. Chicota advised the three
males also told him that they had friends over at the school and
wanted to help them. Chicota advised Investigator Eaton he asked
the three if their friends at the school were students. Chicota
advised that the three males then told him, "Yeah they go to school
there. "
Chicota advised Investigator Eaton he asked the three males
why they weren't in school ~~d if they were also students at
Columbine High School. Chicota advised the males told him they
were all students at Wheat Ridge High School and not Columbine High
School. Chicota advised the subject he described as tall with bad
teeth then told him that he used to go to school at Columbine High
School.
Chicota advised Investigator Eaton that the three males told
him that they communicate with their friends often and knew that
something baa was going to happen at Columbine High School.
Chicota advised he made a comment to the three about how terrible
it was what was taking place at the high school. Chicota stated
that the subject who he described as being short, quiet and wearing
Ray Ban sunglasses said, nYeah but theY're getting even. It

Chicota advised Investigator Eaton he had talked with the


three males for approximately three minutes. He advised he began
to realize that when talking about their friendS the three males
might have in fact been discussing the shooters instead of the
victims at Columbine High School. Chicota advised Investigator
Eaton he then began to ask the three more detailed questions abou~
their purpose for being in the area ~,d they began to back off on
their statements to him, He advised the three then wandered off
into Clement Park walking towards Columbine High School.

Chicota advised Investigator Eaton he did not notice any


weapons or anything else suspicious about the males except for
their statements.

From Chicota's description of the subjects that he had spoken


with in Clement Park and from statements caken previously by
Investigator Eaton from subjects Matthew Nalty, James Br~netti and
Matthew Akard, that the three subjects Chicota had spoken with and
the three subjects previously mentioned by Investigator Eaton were
in all likelihood all one and the same. In previous interviews
with Nalty, Brunetti and Akard. all three subjects advised
Investigator Eaton that they had spoken with a male on a mound of
dirt on the west side of the lake in Clement Park. The three
subjects advised Investigator Eaton they had only asked the male if

JC.001. 007465
Arvada Police/Court System Page 3
Arvada Police Oepa~tment 05/06/1995
NARRATIVE

Ret # 99-12067 Reported Date 04/20/1999 Time 12:39:32


l'tpe ASSTOA Status RTF
~cation 6201 S PIERCE ST

DET41 05/06/1999 050599/EATON!MO

he was aware of what was taking place over at the school and if he
had been able to observe any of the activi~y. They advised
Investigator Eaton that when this male could not provide any
information they then decided to get closer to the sohool in the
hope$ of either seeing some of the activity or speaking with other
persons aware of what was taking place. All three Subjects deny
making any statements to any persona that they were friends of the
suspects and were on their way to Columbine High School to help the
suspects:.
On Wednesday, May 5, 1999 at approximately 1235 hours,
Investigator Eaton once again spoke with James Brunetti on the
telephone. Investigator Eaton asked Brunetti specific questions
about his; Nalty'g and Akard;s contact with Chicota in Clement
Park, Investigator Eaton asked Brunetti if he recalled making
contact with and speaking with a male on a dirt mound who had
binoculars and was attempted to view the school with the
binoculars. Brunetti advised Investigator Eaton that he recalled
making contact with tha~ male. In~estiga~or Eaton asked Brunetti
to explain once again to Investigator Eaton any conversations they
may have had with the male whom Investigator Eaton has identified
as Chicota. Brunetti advised Investigator Eaton that the three of
them asked the male if he was able to see what was caking place at
the school but that the male advised them he didn't know because he
couldn't see much from his location. Investigator Eaton asked
Brunetti if he or the others had advised the male that they had
friends at the school, either suspects or victims. Brunetti
advised Investigator Eaton they didn't discuss anything else with
the male except for questioning him about the activity at the
school. Investigator Eaton aSked Brunetti if he or the other two
had told the male on the dirt mound if they had previous knowledge
of what was going to take place due to communications on the
Internet wich friends. Brunetti once again denied making any such
statements. It should be noted that Brunetti advised Investigator
Eaton that he and Malty had spent the previous two days in New York
City taping a second show fer Sally Jesse Raphael, a television
talk show host. He advised that while there he and Walty took a
polygraph and they were attempting to get the results and questions
and answers asked to Investigator Eaton as soon as possible.
Also on this date, Investigator Eaton had telephone contact
with Matthew Malty. Nalty confirmed that he and Brunetti had been
in New York City taping a second show for Sally Jesse Raphael. He
did advised the two of them took a poiygraph at the request of the
Sally Jesse Raphael show. Nalty advised the polygraph was given by
Michael Martin of Priority Investigations at 553 Main Street,
Stroudsburg, ~A 81360/TX,1-800-545-1112. Naltyadvised
Investigator Eaton he would attempt contact with Michael Martin as
soon as possible and have their test results back to Investigator
Eaton at the Arvada police Deparcment. .

JC.o01· 007466
CHLEBIK. M

JC.o01.007467
Arvada Police/Court System Page 1
Arvada Police Department 05/10/1999
N:ARAA'rIVE

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


ASSTOA
Type Status RTF
Location 6201 S PI~R~ ST
DETl03 05/09/1999 0,60999/VONIlIlROHE!SH

The following supplement will be in reference to Arvada Police


Department CR#99- 12067 that will correspond with the Jefferson
County Sheriff'. Department CR#99-7625 in relation to the mase
shootings/murders at Columbine Hign School on 04/20/99. 10 (Det.
Jim Vonderohe) is a member of the task force assigned to
investigate this tragedy at Columbine High School and, therefore,
is assigned leads regarding follow up inveetigation. This
supplemental report will be in ~eference to lead control *3861 1

which stated that a fo~e4 Columbine High School student,


identified as Michael Chlebik, was observed outside of Columbine
ijigh School a few weeks after the shooting had ocourred,
Additior~l information in this lead indicated that Michael Chlebik
was expelled from Columbine High School in 1997 and was a part of
the llTrench Coat Mafia" organization. He is: further described in
the lead sheet as being very volatile and one who always wears Army
fatigues.

On OS/20/99, 10 telephoned the residence of Michael Chlebik,


telephone number 203- 720-3946 and contacted his mother, She
identified herself as being Ronnie Lynn ~homp$on who resided at
5361 S Federal Ci~ #RI07, Littleton, CO 80123. She stated
that her date of birth was 01/28/60/ and her social security number
was 550-23-2401, She stated that ehe ie employed at the Live Rock
Pile Bar, located at 5151 S, Federal Blvd" in Littleton, telephone
number 303- 795-1081.
After advising Ronnie Thompson of lO's reason for contacting
her residence, she stated that her son, Michael Chlebik, did enroll
at Columbine High School in the fall of 1998, but dropped out of
hlS junior year during that same year. She stated that he is
presently starting to obtain his OED through uArapahoe!Douglas
Works l ' which is an alternative SChool and one that. allows the
student to obtain aGED.
Ronnie Thompson stated that her son, Mike, told her in 1998,
while he was attending Columbine High School, that he was
approached by members of a group identifying themselves as a nGreen
Berets. II Ronnie Thompson stated that this group was known by this
name prior to the group adopting the moniker of the "Trench Coat
Mafia. ' l She stated t.hat Exic. Harris and ethers approached her 'Son
and asked him to hang out with them since he would get along better
with them than with any other group at the school. She stated that
the reason that her son waa approached initially was because he has
worn a long black trench coat for the past five years. She further
stated that some of t.he guys in the "Green Beret group did wear
II

green berets, but that her son never did.

Ronnie Thompson stated that her son, Mike, was mad an~ very
offended that Eric Harris had asked him to join thia group because
it was common knowledge amongst the atl,l.dents at the school ci-..at
Eric Ha.rris was jlgay. II Ronnie Thompson stated that her son told
Eric Harris that he would net join their group, at which time, he

JC.001. 007468
PIRNAltR Arvada Police/Court System Page 2
Arvada Police Department 06/10/1999
lll\RRATlVE

R.. f '* 99-12067


Type ASSTOA
R..port..d ~ae .. 04/20/1999 Time 12:39:32
Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST
DETIO) 06/09/1999 060999/VONDEROHE/SH

was never bothered by them again. She stated that she personally
has never heard about Eric Harris again until the shootings
occurre~ at the scheol.

Ronnie Thompson indicated to IO that it was her opinion that


Columbine Hi9h School was "preppy" and "jock orientated.'" She
stated that her Bon, Mike, and her daughter, Devan Chlebik were 1

not !lmain stream students n and therefore I had nothing in common


with the other ilpreppytl or lljock cz-i.encat.ed students. u She stated
that Devan Chelbic was a sophomor.. at Columbine High School, but
thac she (Ronnie Thompson} pulled her out of school in January of
1999. She stated that her daughter! Devan, is now attending
Arapaho../Douglas works that is an alternative educational program.
Ronnie Thomp.on further advised !O that both her son and
daughter nave bean to the hospital several times in order to visit
with Richard Castaldo one of the shooting victims on several
l

occasions. She further stated that her daughter, Devan, also knew
one of the shooting victims identified as Isaiah Shoels.

Ronnie Thompson indicated to 10 that her son, Mike, has been


to Columbine High School during the la.t ...veral weeks. She stated
that approximately 7 to 10 days ago he was walking in front of the
I

school with two friends! identified as Stephanie Wagner and her


boyfriend! Jesse Evans, both ~ho are students at Columbine High
School. She stated that a truck driver got mad at her son when he
was walking across the street while the truck driver was driving
down the street/ at which time a verbal altercation occurred, She
seated that a Jefferson County Deputy came over to the scene and
became very rude towards her son, due to his appearance in clothing
and hair .tyle. Sh.. further stated that Stephanie and J .... e are
good friends of her .on and ~hae he vi$i~s them frequently, with
them residing near Columbine High School. She further advised 10
that her son does wear some black clothing, but does not wear his
black trench coat anymore, since this incident occurred on
Q4/20/99.
Ronnie Thomp.on advised 10 that on Q4/20/99, she h..ard about
the shooting in~ident at Columbine High school on the newa media
shortly after this incident began and before twelve oiclock. She
stated ~hat her second cou.in called Mike at home upon her (Ronn~e
Thompson'.i orders in order to tell him not eo go anywhere until
she got there because she was afraid that he would run Over to
Columbine High School once he knew what was taking place there,
Ronnie Thomp.on stated that wh..n her cousin called ov..r to the
residence, Mike was asleep at that time. Ronnie Thompson advised
IO that her son did se.. Jes.e Evans and Stephanie wagner on
television that afternoon when he was watching this incident
unfold. She otated that her son, Mike, did rush ov..r to Columbine
High School and that later that afternoon, he along with oom.. of
the other kids, came back to their house during the mid afternoon
hours while the SWAT Team was still inside the school.

JC-001· 007469
PIRNARR Arvada ?olice/Court System ?age 3
Arvada Police Oepartment 06/10/1999
NAll.RATIVll:

Ref # 99-12057 Reported Date 04/20/l999 Time l2;39:32


'l'YP" ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 5201 S PIERCE S~
DE~103 06/09/1999 060999/VONDERoHE/SH

At this time, IO spoke with Michael D. Chlebik, DOB, 03/2S/S1,


on the telephone, with him advising IO that his physical
description at this time shows him to have a Mohawk and would
describe himself as being a "punk rock" person. He further stated
that he also wears spike studs and Army green khaki pants.
In discussing the matter of him being invited into the group
formerly known as the Green Berets and presently known as the
'~Trench Coat Mafia l 1l he indicated that he is unsure if E:.r:ic ge r-r-La
personally was one of the members who invited him to join this
group. He f~rther advised to that this group later became known as
the llTrench Coat Mafia" and that at times, they would get into his
face about not joiriing them! but that he would stand up to them and
tell them that he would not became a member of their group. He
further stated that he had heard through the r~mor mill at school,
that the mem}:)ex$ of this "'Trench Coat Mafia" w~re gay or homosexual
and that they would grope each other in the hallways, which he did
not personally care for.

Mike Chlebik advised IO that he dropped out of Columbine High


School before the beginning of 1999. He further stated that he
personally did not know Dylan KlebQld or Eric Harris. He also
stated that he has not heard any rumors as to who else mighc be
involved in this shooting and killing tragedy. He further
indicated to IO that he did not have any knowledge that E~ic Harris
and oylan Klebold or any other "Trench Coat Mafia'l member or
associate were involved in the manufacturing or making of any
explosives or pipe bombs.
With Michael Chlebik being unable to add any additional
information. the interview was concluded at this time,

JC.o01· 007470
CHLUMSKY, L

JC.o01· 007471
• 1•
FEDERAL lllJ'REAV OF lNVllSTIGATlON

5/l:l/99

On 5/12/99, Laura Chlumsky, ooB 12/6/54, 6516 SOuth


saulsbury Court, Littleton, Colorado was advised of the identity
of the interviewinq Agent, and the nature and purpose of the
interview. She provided the following information.
On 4/20/99, Mrs. ChlUlllSky was in her yard working at
approximately 11:15-11:20 a.m. when she heard what she believed
to be qun shots in the vic::inity of the high sc::hool. She called a
neighbor and told her What she tho\l'ilht was 90ing on, and told tbe
neiqhbor that she was 90ing to drive to the school to see what
was happeninq. She drove toward the school on Pierc::e, only to
find it blocked off by law enforcement. She then drove around
the qeneral area in the neiqhborhood. At approximately 11:40
a.m. she noticed a yOlUlg man standing on the corner of Hoover and
Teller Avenues. She thought that this boy was prObably a
ColUlllbine stUdent. She asked the boy it he knew what was going
on at the high school, and he responded 'I think I do, but I don't
want to say'. She told the boy that if he knew anything, be
should immediately report it to the authorities. He responded
that he knew that he should. She told him that there had been
shots fired at the high school, whereby the boy placed his face
in his hands and said in a distressed tone, 'Oll. my God, no'!!
Mrs. ChlumSky stated that her of impression of his reaction was
one of disbelief or remorse as if he knew what was happening at
the school, versus one of a shocked reaction or surprised. Mrs.
Chlumsky told the boy that he needed to report what he knew to
the authorities. There was alot of vehicle traffic:: in this
Vicinity, and about at that time, Mrs. Chlumsky'S daughter pulled
up with her friend, Marc::ie Visnic. Her daughter briefly talked
to her, and told her that the boy she was talking to was Brooks
Brown. Mrs. Chlumsky stated that her daughter saw Brooks get
into a sport utility Vehicle at this intersection, and drive
away. Mrs. Chlumsky later saw a newscast with Brooks Brown on
it, and confirmed that this was the same boy she had talked to at
the intersection of Hoover and Teller Avenues.

JC-001- 007472

5{12/99

~, 4-0N-57419/ 99-76251 CN3752 Dolo ~,,_ ...:;5""1-"1"'2...1...9""9 _


by SA Russell J. Atanasio
COWGILL, D.

Jc.o M - 007473
Pag,,_ of Pages Case No. _
Denver Police Department
STATEMENT
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I h""e resa the foregoing statement and the facts contslnea therein are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J
do net maimain that it contains en of the facts or details of the incident. but only those facts about which { have been
asked,

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• QaQQ'
PIRNARR Arvada Police/Court System Page 1
Arvada Police Department Q5/24h999
NARRATIVE:

Ref It 99-12067 Reported Date 04/20(1999 Time 12:39:32


l'JPe ASSTOA Status RTF
Locacion 6201 S prERC~

DET84 OS/24/1999 05219~~KK


JCSD 99-7625
CONTROL #2063

On May 19, 1999, Investigator Duane Eaton of the Arvada Police


Department was assigned investigative lead #2063. The source of
the information listed on the information control sheet was Chris
Tomford of the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office. The narrative
portion of the form advised that Mike Heylin of the Jefferson
County District Attorney's Office was requesting a reinterview of
Dannon cowgill to elaborate on statements made on a Denver Police
Department witness statement form. Cowgill advised a Denver police
officer that he had observed one of the suspects near the front
door of Columbine High S~hool+ Investigator Eaton was assigned the
task of contacting and interviewing Dannon Cowgill about his
observations while dxiving southbound on Pierce Street.
On Friday, May 21; 1999 at approximately 1000 hours,
Investigator Eaton was able to make telephone contact with Cowgill.
Cowgill identified himself as Dannen Ole Cowgill iOOB 03/24(79),
4660 South Vivian Street, Morrison, Colorado, 80465; telephone 303-
972-0057. Cowgill is employed by Walmart at Quincy and Wadsworth
in Lakewood, colorado. It should be noted that attached to the
infozma~ion control sheet was a yellow Denver Police Department
witness statement form with a cne paragraph statement from Cowgill
as to what he had observed. Investigator Eaton advised cowgill
that he had the witness statement form but wished to have Cowgill
elaborate on the inforrnat1cn he had written. Cowgill agreed to an
interview with Investigator Eaton.
Cowgill advised Investigator Eaton that on Tuesday, April 20,
1999 at approximately 1135 hours, he was driving southbound on
pierce Street, Cowgill advised Investigator Eaton that he was
driving a metallic blue colored Ford Ranger pickup truck. Cowgill
adVised tha~ it was a warm day and he had his truck windows down.
Cowgill advised that he heard an explosion and looked to his right
towards Columbine High School as he was passing by. cowgill
advised Investigator Eaton that he observed numerous students
exiting the school. cowgill further advised that he also observed
a white male standing along the fence which separates Columbine
High School from Clement Park. He advised that he believed this
person looked suspicious due to the fact that he was standing along
the fence while others were running past him,
Cowgill described this male as possibly a student of Columbine
High School, approximately 17 to 19 years of age. Cowgill advised
that the male was a white male wearing a black trench coat, black
sunglasses, though the style was unknown, a black t-shirt without
any markings observed, black jeans and white socks. Cowgill
advised Investigator Eaton that he could not recall what kind of
shoes the subject was wearing nor the color or style of his hair
and that the subject was not wearing a hat.

JC..o01.007475
HRIlARR Arvada Police/Court System Page 2
Arvada Police Department OS/24/1999
NARR.l\.TIVE

Ref # 99-12057 Reported Date 04/20{1999 Time 12,39,32


Type ASSTOA Stat.us RTF
Location 5201 S PIERCE ST

DETS4 OS/24/1999 052lS9/EATON/KK

Investigator Eaton asked Cowgill if he had observed anything


in the subject's hands, cowgill advised Investigator Eaton thai he
did not observe anything in the subject's hands. Investigator
Eaton also asked Cowg~ll if he had observed any bags or back-packs
on the ground near the subject. cowgill advised Investigator Eaton
ehae he did not observe any objects on the ground near the subject.

Investigator Eaton asked Cowgill if he nad, observed any other


persons who seemed to be associated with the subject. Cowgill
advised Investigator Eaton thac the subject appeared to be alone.

Cowgill advised Investigator Eaton that he did not stop but


turned soon after into che Leawood subdivision before leaving the
area.
Cowgill advised Investigator €a~on that he had no other
information in
reference his obse~Jations that date, Investigator
Eaton concluded the interview with Cowgill at app~oximately 1010
hours.

JC·001. 007476
DIERKEN, J.

JC·OO1·007477
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFlCB

SnpPLEMINTAH RBPORT

Defendant, Harris/Klebold Docke t :Num1ler'


Date. May 18, 1999 Case :Num1ler, 99A062
Deputy D.A .• Investigator: Gallagher M.
*-******************************************************************
Witness: Judy Dierken
ooB 8-2-53
5 White Burch
Littleton. co.
303-933-4199

On May 17. 1999 this investigator conducted an interview with


Judy Dierken in reference to the above case. Ms. Dierken was in
charge of the food committee for the After Prom Party on April 17.
1999 at Columbine High School. Ms. Dierken made the following
statements.

Ms. Dierken stated she worked on Friday April 16. 1999 from 3
P.M. to 11 P.M., Saturday from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. and Saturday night
11:15 P.M. to 6 A.M. Sunday.

Ms. Dierken stated they kept the food for the party in the Home
Economics room kitchen which was by the gymnasium. They also kept
food in the freezer in the school cafeteria.

Ms. Dierken stated on Saturday night at approxiamately 11: 15


P.M. she and Linda Reffel, who was another person helping out on the
party went to the freezer located in the cafeteria to get food for
the party. upon opening the door they saw a propane gas tank
si tting in the freezer. There was a tray of pepsi cups with ice
setting on the tank. There was a four wheel push cart sitting next
to the propane tank.

1 JC-001· 007478
Linda Reffel stated what is this doing here talking about the
propane gas tank. Linda thought it was a helium gas tank to blow up
the balloons for the party.

! showed Ms. the photo of the propane gas tank that was
Di~rken

found in the cafeteria. . Ms. Dierken identified the propane tank in


the photo.as being the same one she saw in the freezer on April 17,
1999.

Ms. Dierken was asked if the freezer door was ajar or was the
door shut. Ms. Dierken stated the freezer door was shut.

MS. Dierken was also shown the photo of the blue duffle bag
which was also in the cafeteria and was asked if she saw that bag in
the freezer. Ms. Dierken stated she did not remember if she saw the
blue bag or not.

In addition Ms. Dierken remembered seeing Dylan Klebold at the


party with a kid with green hair.

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Investigator Date

JC·001· 007479
2
ENSMINGER, S

JC-001· 007480
Colorado State Patrol
Investigative Services Section
Columbine High School Incident
Date of Report: 05·10·99 Control Number: 1905

Tj'pt <:t' Print N_~: (Repc.n ~ by) SigMtlml; lBMNumbtr:

Sgt.Tom Conroy ~ IS34

c1-
Ensminge,\ Stephanie was identified.. knowing some of the TCMmembers from ColumbineHS whowere involved
in the incident on Q4.2Q-99.

Subject:

Ensminger. Stephanie DOBIOSCI9-81


1117RidgeView Dr.
Broomfield. Co.
Tele. 303439-7834

Narrativ.:

a"lSMlNGER was interviewed at BroomfieldHS ODOH)7-99 ENSMINGER stated!bat she casua11y knew the three
inllivlduals tbat were contacted at Columbine HS on Q4.2Q-99 by JCSO. Theseind1v1doals were originally believed to
be associates of the TCM. nul werelatel: released. ENSMINGER was net able 10 provide the names of these
individuals.

JC-001.007481
• FERGUSON, J.

JC-001· 007482

COt'lTINUATION 0
Reponing Agency Reporting Offiw- Cue Report No

SUPPi.EMENT y
JCSO MCFADDEN 99-7625-V
ConMetingCase Report No Victim NameOriginal Report Date This Report

05-19-99
.ifiea:ipn X First Degree Murder Offl'l~ SUM; Optfl X ~i"f1111yCl~ 0 Recommend Case: Review X
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Reel;IMir~",)on 0 Clt'al'l!dby Amst Ut\f~\ll'hW;l
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Dilma~d

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW WITH JAN FERGUSON


(303) 978-1)448, work: (303) 271-6567/271-6844

INVESTIGATION:

On 05-19-99, at about 1510hours, I telephoned Jan Ferguson concerning control#30-88. The lead sheet advisedthat Ferguson
workedat the after prom party at Columbine HighSchool on Saturday, 4-17-99.and observed individuals going into an areaof
the schoolthat they shouldn't have and that she mightbe able to possibly identify them.

Ferguson toldme thatshe was working at the high school on 4-17-99 and arrivedat approximately 2400 hours. Ferguson stated
that while workingat the tattoo both(diagram attached)she observed what she describedas one male and one female walking
together and go behindan area that was setup as a wall made ofplastic. Ferguson statedthat sheoverheardother peopleworking
at the after promactivitiesstate thatstudents werenot allowedto go pastthe plasticbecause it lead intothe school and that only
thejanitorscould accessthatarea. Ferguson stated between 2400 hours and 0400 hours she observed this one couple go behind
the plastic which lead into the school. Ferguson stated she did not see those individuals return to the after prom activities,
Ferguson stated that she would not be able to identify either the male or the female.

DISPOSITION: Case open, pending further investigation. Lead "30·88 closed.

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On 4/27/99, SA Michael w. Howell contacted managers at


Costco, Park Meadows Mall, 8686 Park Meadows Center Drive,
Littleton, Colorado regarding the Columbine High School shooting.
The managers were advised of the identity of the interviewing
Agent and the nature of the interview, which was to check for
purchased made by Harris and K1ebold on 4/13/99. Dave McGuire,
Manager, telephone number (303)708-0815 and Cynthia Cordell,
Assistant Warehouse Manager, telephone number (303)708-0012
advised that they would check the Costeo computer database to
determine if Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold had made any purchases
at Costco on the date April 13, 1999.
On 4/27/99, SA Howell was telephonically contacted and
advised that no purc~ases were made by Harris or Klebold on the
date mentioned.
On 4/27/99, SA Howell contacted Connie Goodlow, date of
birth 12/23/46, 8505 E. Temple Dr. #442, Denver, Colorado 80237,
regarding Rapid Start Control Number 1492, a tip Goodlow had
called in stating that she had seen Harris and Klebold in Costeo
on 4/13/99. Goodlow advised that she saw three white males
wearing black trench coats inside Costeo on 4/13/99 between 15:45
and 16:15. The three were near the food area of Costco eating
free samples which had been placed out. After seeing pictures of
Harris and Klebold in the paper, Goodlow realized that two of the
three individuals were Harris and Klebold.
Goodlow described Harris as a white male, approximately
5'10", approximate age 17-18, wearing a black trench coat (which
came down to the ankle) with a hood. Goodlow described Kleheld
as a white male, approximate height 6'1"-6'2", approximate age
17-18, wearing a trench ooat (which came down to the ankle) .
Goodlow described the third individual as a white male,
age unknown, approximate height 5'10", wearing a trench coat
which was shorter that Harris~and Klebold~strench coats.
Goodlow did not see any of these individuals car~Iing
any items and did not know if they made any purchases.

JC-001· 007486
GREENWALT, KEN
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JC-001·007487
PIltl!ARR Arvada Police/Court Syseem Page 1
Arvada Police Department 05/10/1999
NARRATIVE:

Ref # 99-12057 Reported Date 04/20/1999 Time 12,39,32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE s~

OET47 05/10/1999 050799/~NYKK

JCSD 99-7625
CONTRO L II 11' "I

On Ap~il 27, 1999 Investigator Eaton was assigned an


information control lead sheet with control #1379. The source of
the information on this lead sheet was a Ken Greenwalt, a health
care security guard working out of the area of 6~69 South Balsam
WaYI Littleton Colorado_ Greenwalt had reported to Jefferson
l

County Sheriff's Office Deputy Brian Crooks that on the wese side
of Clement Park in the parking lot at 5169 South Balsam Way, he had
observed three subjects exit a white Ford Aspire bearing Colorado
license plate GCA9133 while the incident at Columbine High School
on April 20/ 1999 was taking place. Also assigned to Investigator
Eaton was another lead bearing the same information though prepared
by another indiv1dual.

On May 5, 1999 a~ approxima.ely 1545 hours Investigator Eaton


was a~le to make telephone contact with Greenwalt. Greenwalt
advised tnvestigator Eaton that he worked for the security firm
that was responsible for the Swedish Medical Center buildings in
Lit~leton, Colorado. G.eenwalt advised Investigato. Eaton that on
April 20, 1999 he was on the property and in the building and told
.by a nurse of three nscary looking subjects in a back parking lot.
ll

Greenwalt advised Investigator Eaton that he went to the window and


observed the three males exit the previously mentioned vehicle. He
advised that the vehicle had propaganda " stickers stuck allover
II

it. Investigator Eaton has since learned that the stickers are
punk band and punk life style stiCkers. Greenwalt advised
Investi9ato~ Eaton that though he believed the subjects to be
suspicious, they were not on the Swedish Medical property and
therefore he did not contact them.

Greenwalt advised Investigator Eaton that he observed the


three males stand on a small hill on the western edge of Clement
park before wandering further into the park. Greenwalt advised
Investigator Eaton that he i. unsure as to the time that the
subjects arrived or entered the park but that he and others we~e
watching the news a. it pertained to ColUmbine High sohool.
Greenwalt advised Investigator Eaton t4at while inside the
building watching television, he then observed the three subjects
he had observed exit the Ford Aspire being arrested inside Clement
Park. He advised that he witnessed the arres~ via the television
news.
Greenwalt advised Investigator Eaton that at a time later, a
time he is unsure of, he observed the three subjects returning to
the Ford Aspire. Greenwalt advised that he realized at th±s time
the th.ee subjects had been released from police custody. Be
advised that when they began to enter the vehiole, he observed all
three raise their fists in the air and wave them towards th~ ~r,hool

JC-001- 007488
PIRNAl!R ~,ada police/Court System Page 2
~·ada Police Department 05/1Q/1999
NARRATIVE

Ref # 99-120.7 Reported Date 04/20/1999 Time 12,39,32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST

DET47 05/10/1999 OS0799/EATON/KK

lias if they were happy about what happened."

Greenwalt advised Investigator Eaton that he had no further


information and Investigator Eaton concluded the interview at
approximately 1550 hours.
It should be noted that Inveseisator Eaton had Arvada Pol~ce
dispatCh personnel list the license plate number given by Greenwalt
as GCAS123. Said license plate registered back to a 1997 Ford two
door with a registered owner of Julie Nalty at 5579 W. 115th
Avenue, Westminster, Colorado 80020, It should be noted that
I

Investigator Eaton has ha~ cOntaCt with Julie Nalty and confirmed
that she is in fact Matthew Nalty's mother and the owner of said
vehicle. Matthew Nalty also confirmed for Investigator Eaton that
the vehicle was in fact his mother'S vehicle and driven by him. A
printout of the teletype printout will be attached to this report,

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GROSSMAN, CECILIA

JC·001· 007492

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Dare of eanscrionon 0'; / 0 2/19 99


Cecilia Hicks Grossmann, DOB 06/21/1951, 3221 Shalimar
Terrace, Pueblo, Colorado, telephone (719)562-9136, was
telephonically interviewed 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, Grossmann
provided the following information:
On 04/20/1999, at approximately 11:30 am, Grossmann
went ~o the residence of Marilyn Taylor, 6526 South Teller Court,
Littleton, Colorado, to pick up some items from Taylor_
Grossmann was in the residence until approximately 11:40 am. As
Taylor and Grossmann were walking to Grossmann's car, Brooks
Brown ran up to the house and asked if he could use the
telephone. Taylor went and retrieved her cordless phone from the
house.
Brown was really nervous and related that he had just
come from the school. Brown had met an ex-friend of his outside
of the school. The ex-friend told Brown that he liked him and
that he ought to leave the school. Brown thought this ex-friend
was crazy and did not know what he was going to do . Brown's ex-
friend just turned 18 years old and Brown thought that he was
getting a gun for his birthday. Brown did not say how his ex-
friend was going to get the gun. Brown did not say what the name
of the ex-friend was. Brown said as he was getting away from the
school, he heard some shots, but did not know what was happening.
Brown wanted to call the Sheriff as well, but Taylor and
Grossmann encouraged him to just call his parents. Brown was
unable to contact his mother by telephone, but was able to reach
his father. Brown made arrangements with his father to pick him
up in the neighborhood near Taylor's house.
This was the first Taylor and Grossmann had heard of
the shooting. Grossmann had driven by the school at
approximately 11:25 am and had seen some students milling around
outside, bUt did not know what was going on.

JC·001·007493

I.,,,rig"i,,,, on
Q6/ 01/1999
Jeffco #99-7625;
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(telephonically)
FileN 174A-DN-S7419; Control 113888 Datedi1:~ te d 06/02/1999
by SA Ricky V. Wright ~,l!

ThiS dQcument contains I'leilher recommendations ncr.conc.!us-ions of the FBI. It is tM property of the Fat atId 1$ loaned to your igcncy;
it and it! conerss are no! to be distributedoutside your agency.
GUY, R.

JC-001- 007494
PIRNARR Arvada Police/Court System Page 1
Arvada Police Department 06/30/1999
NARRATIVE

Ref # 99-12067 Reporced Dace 04/20/1999 Time 12,39:32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST

DETllS 06/28(1999 062S99(VONDEROHE(SH 7304

The following supplemental report will be in reference to


Arvada Police Department CR#99-12061 that will correspond with
Jefferson County Sheriff's Department CR#99-762S regarding the
columbine H~gh School shootings/murders that occurred on 04/20/99.
IO , Pet. Jim Vanderohe, is a member of the task force that was
formed to investigate the Columbine High School murders and am,
therefore, assigned leads that are generated as a result of this
investigation. The following supplemental report will-be in
reference to lead control #4733, which is a spin off from lead
centrol #4~25 regarding the party identified as Ryan Guy, possibly
having several acquaintances who either had prior knowledge of the
Columbine incident occurring or details regarding the incident
itself that were not known to the public at the time that these
details were discussed on the night of 04/20/99.
an Q6/24/99, 10 contacted Ryan Guy by telephone, with him
stating chat his full name was Ryan Kelly GUy, DOB, 05/16/82. He
sca~ed that he resides at 7071 S. Eudora St., Littleton, CO 80122,
telephone #303-770-4738, He furth~r stated that he will be a
sen~or this fall at Arapahoe High Schaol and that at the present
time, he has a summer job at Hollywood video, SlSQ E. Arapahoe
Road, Littleton, CO, telephone #303-224-9556. In discussing with
Ryan Guy, the contents of this lead and the general investigation
into the Columbine High School inc~dent, he advised IO that on
04/20/99, he was in class at Arapahoe High School when this
incident occurred, He advised IO that he only knows one Columbine
High School student and that person is a lacrosse player. He
further stated that he has never- heard of the llTrench Coat Mafia l l
before this incident occurred.
Upen asking Ryan Guy his relationship with Steve Haynes, he
stated that Haynes is a friend of his and he also will be a senior
this fall ac Arapahoe High School. He stated chat Steve Haynes'
home telephone number is 797-1411, and that he is unemployed at the
present time during the summer time period. In asking Ryan GUy if
Steve Haynes talked to him on the night of April 20, 1999,
regarding the Columbine H~9h School shootings/murders, GUy replied
that he probably did talk to Steve Haynes on chat evening. Upon
giVing thac a liccle bit further thoughc, Ryan GUy stated that
Steve Haynes did COme over to his residence on the evening of
04/20(99 and chac they only briefly talked about the Columbine High
School incident with them asking each other why would anyone do
such a ching.

IO then questioned Ryan Guy as to him knowing anybody who had


the first name of Jeff. Ryan GUy stated thac he is good friends
with a party identified as Jeff She~rnan, whose home telephone
number is 303-779-8688. He stated chat Jeff Sherman is working at
a Target store during the summer months and will also be a senior
at Arapahoe High School this fall. He stated chat Jeff Sherman is
a goed friend of hi. also and believes chac he {Shermani does noc
know anyone at columbine High school, He further stated that on

JC-001· 007495
PIRNARl< Arvada Police/Court System Page 2
Arvada Police Department 06/30/1999
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Reported Date 04/20/1999 Time 12,39,32


Type l\SSTQA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST
DET11S 06/28/1999 062S99/VONDEROKE/SH 7304

04/20/99, Jeff She~.an wes in a bus coming back from Veil, CO,
where Sherman had attended a Future Business Leaders of America
conference. He further stated that Jeff Sherman is a very hard
worker and plays hockey and has never been in trouble before. He
further stated that it is possible that Steve Haynes has been
arrested before, but he was not sure of this.

Ryan GUy further stated that he had never heard the names of
Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold prior to this incident on 04/20/99.
He further stated that he personally alao has never been in trouble
with the law before.
With Ryan GUy being unable to provide any further information
regarding this lead, the interJiew was concluded with him at that
time.

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Colorado State Patrol
Investigative Services Section
Case Number Connectiea Case # ReeortTvne
99-3U0141O J.e.S.D. I 99-7625 Assist - Jell'enon County Sheriff's Denartment
Date Time Location
04-2\}.99 1120 Columbine 8mb Scbool

SYNOPSIS: Assist to the Jefferson County Sheriff'sDepartment with the investigation of the Columbine
High School homicide.

INYOI,VEMENTS;
Witnesses;
COLORADO STATE PATROL - 2207N HWY 402 LOVELAND CO 80537 (9701663-0219
-Investigaror Greg McComas

CIVTI.IAN WITNESSES
{W)Hail, Corrine 02-11-53
Res' 5515 W Leawood Dr Littleton, CO 80123 H-(303)795-8995

SUMMARY;
05-21-99IFriday

Per information control sheet #1789, I contacted (W)HalI at her residence, regarding information she might
have of possible suspectaccomplices.

(W)Hal1 stated, that on the evening of 04-1 5-99 she was at Columbine High School, attending her daughters
elementary school music program. The program, which was heldin the gymnasium, ended at 8:30pm. Before
leaving, her 10 year old daughter, Patricia neededto use the restroom. (W)Hall allowed Patricia and her 6th
grade mend. Heather Hanson, to go to the restroom alone. The children used the restrooms near the
cafereria, returned and they left the school.

On 04-20·99. after the shootings, they were watching media reports ofthe event. Her daughter observed a
photo ofDylan Klebold on T.v. and advised (W)Hail she had seenhim in the schoolthe night of the music
program. (W)Hall stated, her daughter described how Klebold had a goatee and was standing with two other
males. They were all dressed in black, no trench coats, and had heavy chains around their necks. The trio
were standing near the top of the stairs, abovethe cafeteria and were not causing any trouble, although

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according to her daughter, they were very scary looking.

After learning ofthe information, (W)HaiI staled, she contacted Heather Hanson's mother. She was not sure
if Heather hadalso seenthe individuals, andstatedHeather had an older brother so the males may not ofleft
as bigof impression on her

I alsocompleted lead sheets andinterviewed Patricia Hall and HeatherHanson, separately.

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