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Colorado State Patrol

Investigative Services Section


Case Number Connectina Case #0 Reeort Tvne
99-3I1014/R J.C,S.D./99-7625 Assist· Jeft'enon Coantv Sheriff's DenllFtmeDt
Date Time Location
04-20-99 1120 Columbine HiI.b School

syNOPSIS: Assist to the Jefferson County Sheriffs Department withthe investigation of the Columbine
HighSchool homicide.

INVOLVEMENTS:
Witnesses;
CO! ORADO STATE PATROL - 2207 N HWY 402 LOVELAND. CO. 80537 (970)663.0219
-Invesngator Greg McComas

CIYIT,IAN WITh];SSES
(Vv')Hal~ Patricia 01-31-89 (Student - Leawood Elementary School)
Res: 5515 W Leawood Dr. Littleton, CO 80123 H-(303)795-8995

SUMMARY:
05.21-99JFriday

Per information control sheet #]789, I contacted (Vv')HaII at her residence, regarding Information she might
haveof possible suspect accomplices.

I interviewed (W}HalI in the presence of her mother, Corrine Hall (DOB 02-1 I-53) (W)HaII stated, that on
the evening of 04·15·99 she was at Columbine High School, for her elementary school music program. After
the program, she needed to use the restroom, Sheand her 6th grade mend, Heather Hanson, went to the
restrooms near the cafeteria. While returning, shesaw three teenage boysstanding at the top of the stairs,
above the cafeteria. She described the boys as being dressed in allblack, and one had a largechain, hanging
out of'his pocket She also remembered that one of the individuals had facial hair, on hischin.

(W)Hall stated the appearance of the three boysscared her. Sheremembered that afterpassing them, they
followed her down the hallway towards the cafeteria The trio did not harass her or anyone else in the area
and seemed to be minding their own business, On04-20-99, afterthe shootings, she watching media reports
of the event whenshe saw a photo of one of the individuals involved in the shooting she thoughtit was one

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afthe boysshe had seen in the school.

I showed (W)HalI photo line-ups of Harris, Klebold and _he stated, she did not recognized anyof the
individuals in the line-ups as beingthe sameindividuals she saw in the school. Those line-ups are attached to
this report.

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Date ofReoort In'.lestillatorIIBM# SUlle:rvisorl'IB.\{# Faile
Mav 21,1999 G.S. McCotnasI 5560 20f2

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WITNESS
PEGGYJEAN HANlFEN, 008111·16·58
6404 WEST LEAWOOD DR,
LITTLETON, CO 80123
(303)797·3922

INYESTIGATION
While interviewing one of witness Hanifen's son's at her residence she provided me with the following information, Peggy
Hanifen saidthere wasanafterprom partyheldat Columbine H,$, on the evening of4-17·99 till 0530 hours on4-18·99. Witness
Hanifen said that she volunteered to help at that parry and was assigned to deal cards at a blackjack table for the students who
wantedto play blackjack. Wimess Hanifen saidthat suspectKleboid cameto her table at various times to play cards, Witness
Hanifen said the reasonshe remembers Klebold was because he was a "goofylooking kid," Witness Hanifen said she does not
remember whattype of clothing he waswearing, and although she saidhe wasin and out of hertable playingcards, she did not
see ifhe left the entire building. She said she doubts that he left becauseoncethe students left the party they were not allowed
back inside, Witness Hanifen said she did not see suspect Klebold carrying any items such as duffel bags, backpacks, etc,
Witness Hanifen said she does not know who suspect Klebold was with at this afterpromparty, Witness Hanifensaid she did
not recall seeing suspectHams at this after school prom, however, she couldnOI be certainhe was not there.

DISPOSITIQN Open,pending further investigation.

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HANSON, H

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Colorado State Patrol
Investigative Services Section
Case Number Co Case # e
99-311014/S J.C.S.D. 199-7625 Assist - Jefferson County Sberiff' 5 Denartment
Date Tlllle Location
04-20-99 H2O Columbine Hiah School

syNOPSIS; Assist to the Jefferson CountySheriffs Department with the investigation of the Columbine
High Schoolhomicide.

INYOINEMENTS:
Witnesses;
COLORADO STATEPATROL - 2207 N HWY 402 LOyELAND. CQ. 80537 (970)663-0219
-Investigator Greg McComas

CIVILIAN WIINE SSES


(W)Hanson, Heather 10-15-86
Res 6563 Chase St. Littleton, CO 80123 H-(303)195-0941

SUMMARY:
05-21-99/FridaY

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

I interviewed (W)Hanson in the presence of her grandmother, MarieKerlwke (DOB09-02-46). (W)Hanson


acknowledged the fiu:t that she was with Corrine Hall and PatriciaHall at Columbine HighSchool, the
evening of 04-15-99 She stated that afterthe music program she took Patricia Hall to the restrooms, located
near the cafeteria. She recalled, while returning to the gymnasiam they saw some teenageboys who's
appearance scared Patricia.

(W)Hanson stated, she did not pay muchattention to the individual, as they were not causing any trouble. She
explained she onlyglanced at them once and thought there was only twoand thought they were wearing blue
jeans (W)Hanson stated, the boyswere not scary to her and she would not recognize either if she saw them
again

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!IAYNES, S.

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?IRNARR Arvada Police/Court System Pase 1
Arvada Police Department 06/2911999
NAllAAnVE

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


crype ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST
DET120 06/26/1999 062899!VONDEROHE/SH

The following supplemental report will be in reference to Arvada


Police Deparcment CR#99-12057 that will correspond with Jefferson
County Sheriff's Department CR#99·762S regarding the Columbine HiSh
School shootings/murders that occurred on 04/20/99, IO, Det. Jim
Vcnderohe, is a member of the task force that was formed to
investigate the Columbine High School murders and am therefore,
asskgned leads that are generated as a result of this
investigation. The following supplemental report will be in
reference to lead control #4734 that pertains to an ~ndividual
identified as Steve Haynes and

On 06/25/99, IO conducted a telephone interview with Stephen


William Haynes, DOB, 09/06/a1. Stephen Haynes stated that he
r~$ides at 6649 S. ~afayetce St., Li~tleton, CO 80121, telephone
#303-797~141l, He confi=med the fac~ that he is a friend of Ryan
Guy, with the two of them to be seniors this fall at Arapahoe High
School.

In speaking with Stephen Haynes aDout the Columbine incident I


he stated that he has never been to Columbine High School and, in
fact, does not even know where it is located, He further stated
that he has no friends at Columbine High Schocl and doesn't really
know anyone that accends the school. He further stated that he has
never met or knows Eric Harris or Dy~an Klebold.
In talking: on the issue of the "Trench Coat Mafia" Stephen
Haynes stated that he has heard of t he "Trench Coat Mafia H bef'ore
the Columbine incident through conversation that he has had with
some "drop outs" from Littleton High School and Englewood High
School. He stated thac these individuals mentioned the fact that
some kids wear black trench coats and were members of the 'tTrench
Coat Mafia, If but. that he never heat'd chis organi:::,ation being
corillected specifically with Columbine High School. He stated that
this topic would normally cOme up when he asked these people what
are the names of the groups of people who wear the long, black
trench coats, with a response be Lnq , I!Trench Coat Mafia /1 but that"
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this term was never associaced with Columbine High School.


Stephen Haynes further confirmed with IO that he had no
involvement in the Columbine t~agedy whatsoever and on 04/20/99/
was in class at Arapahoe High School. Stephen Haynes further
advised 10 that he had previously been questioned by officers
the Littleton police Department and school officials from Ara
High School regarding the'Columbi
I incident

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Arvada Police/Court System Page 2
Arvada Police Department 06/29/1999
NARRATIVE

Ref i! 99-U067 Reported Date 04/20/1999 Time 12,39,32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST

DET120 06/28/1999 062899/VONOEROHE/SH

With no further information to be gained from Stephen Haynes l


this interview was concluded.

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HOCKER, S
Colorado State Patrol
Investigative Services Section
CaseNumber Connecting Case If Reoort Tvne
9'l-3U014/A J.C.S.D.! 'J9-7625 Assist - Jefferson County Sheriff's Department
Date Time Location
ll4-20-9'l 1120 Columbine Hillh School

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

INYOLYPIENTS:
Witnesses:
COLORADO STATE PATROL - 2207 N HWY 402 I.OYELANP CQ 80537 (970)661-0219
-Investigator GregMcComas

CIVILIAN WITNESSES
(W)Hocker, Sally 02-06-53 H-(303 )794-682 I
6616 S. Sheridan Blvd. Littleton, CO. 80123 W-None

SUMMARY:
04-28-99!Wednesday

Per information control sheet #11'12, I contacted(W)Hocker at her residence, regarding information on
possible suspect accomplices.

(W)Hocker stated that on ll4-20-99, at approximately I 1:25am, shewas driving Northbound on Pierce St.,
past Columbine High School, en-route to Clement Park for a walk. As she drove past the school shenoticed
a JCSD patrol car entering the main parkinglot. Oncepast the school she pulled into the park, using the
Pierce SI. entrance, andobserved a small brown sedan, which she described as a "Civic type" vehicle, exiting
the lot very quickly. (W)Hocker stated, at the timeshe did not thinkthe activity was especially unusual and
did not pay much attention to the vehicle. Site was unable to provide any information reference the vehicles
occupants other than she thought it was driven by a young male, withanother male passenger. She did not
noticeits direction of travel after leaving the lot.

(W)Ho<:ker stated as site continued driving westbound through the parking lot, she observed II motorcycle
officer cut throughthe lot and across the grass toward the school, She parked her vanin the west parking

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area, near the playground, and began her walk.

At approx II 30am, as she was walking on the lower trailnearColumbine Hill, she heard an extTerne!y loud
noise, and tlrought to lrerself the school's science IMl had blown up Approx. 000 minute later, she noticed a
wintle male withdark hair, dressed in a whit1e t-shirt and light colored bluejeans, walking down the hill from
the soccer field, away tTom the school. (W)Hoclcer stared the mah:: looked to he high school age, 17·18, and
appeared veri calm, walking in a "non-shalant" manner Shethen observed two, slightly older males, walking
northbound on a path leading out of a housing area gt eenbelt. Both ofthese males were dressed in all black,
witlt short blackcoats and blackpants. She watched as all three individuals met and talked briefly. According
to (W)Hocker, the meeting appeared to he pre-eranged and very matteroffset. She stated allthree parties
were very calm, showing no emotions. They paid no attention to her and were not bothered by her presence
or the activity surrounding them at the school.

(W)Hocker stated she continued her walk, fbllowing a path away fromthe trio. After a short distance, she
turned to see wherethey were and observed they had walked partially up tlte hill, toward the soccer field and
werestanding together looking toward the school. Shortly thereafter, she was advised by a park workerof
the shootings at the school and returnedto her vehicle and left the area.

(W)Hocker statedshe never got close enough to the three males to distinguish any identifYing characteristics.
Shedid not see any of the individuals carrying objects, including weapons or duffle bags but felt their calm,
un-emotional demeanor was very suspicious in light of the activities surrounding them.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
(W)Hocker drew a roughdiagram of the park and the locations whereshe observed the three males meeting.
That diagram is attached to this report.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATfORNEY'S OFFlCE
SUPPLEMENT REPORT
DATE 05104199 CASE REPORT" 99A062
CONECTlNG CR 41 JCSO 99·7625 lNVESTIGATOR: G,B. MUMMA

CONTROL II 2214

SUBJECT:

Greg Hydie OOB 091879


7262 W, PIlal:view Ave, Lialeton, Co, 80123 303-973·2838
CclomdoSchQOlof~ 303-215-6317

Mother Susan Hydle 3il3·7S3-Q309


Father Les Hydie 3il3·781-1474

QBSERVATION!lNYESTIGATION:
On 050499 rCOlllJlCted Susan Hydle, GregHydIe's mother, At tnarnrne 1 advised her tllall needed to
speak t¥; soc about the Columbine incident.in regards to Iler son having contacr widl .ither Eric or
Dylan, Mrs. Hydle stated that
Her son was currently attending school at the Colomdo Schoolof Mines in Golden, I asKed Mm. Hydle if
she was awate of her son having any cootact withEric or Dylan during the 97-98 school year, Mm. Hydle
stated tllal her son was the student body p""ident lasr year and played on the Baseball and Golf teams, but
she ditln't believehe had any direct coutact with them. Mm, Hydle stated tllalller son was very concerned
about the incident Ill1d had comebome from schoolas a resuk. I asked her if she would have any
objections If I conta<:ll!d him and interviewed !lim. and she stated that sbe did not.

On this same delll at 1610 hours I contacted GregHyd1e by phone at his dorm room. At tllal time I asked
Greg if he had any direct colllaCt with Eric or DylanwhOll be anended Columbine last year, Greg stated
tllal be was the slUdetlt body president so he wasarouod the schoola lot. bot never had Direct contactwith
either one. Oreg worn on to say tllal be bad bee. on bodl the golf and baseball teams, and he knew what
went on with Olbet kids in school. I asked Greg wltnrthat meant. and he stated tllal all the sports type kids
referred!o the Trench co..... the "00 sports", Greg knew lItat these kids gOl picked on all the time, and
!hal most of it wasdone by the football team. He believed it was just because tIley weredifferene, Oreg
then stated that be knew about Eric and Dylan talkingcheut blowing up the scoool. because it was the big
remer for two yelllS, I asked G"'8 if ally sebecl officlllls knew about the thteats and be staled tllal be hsd
beard theydid. but no onelook it sedously, I asked Greg if theee was anything else he could tell me about
Eric or Dylan, and be stated !hat he didn't know anything else about them.

TIGATOR: DATE:

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JACKSON, C

JC-001.007516
DENVER POLICE DEPARTMENT
COlVIPLEX INVESTIGATION SECTION

REPORTED BY: Detective J. Ruetz 74035

DATE OF REPORT: May u, 1999


TYPE OF REPORT: Memorandum of Interview - Charlotte Jackson

On May 10, 1999 Detective Ruetz spoke telephonicallyto Ms. Charlotte Jackson (303-794-
7142). Ms. Jackson works part-time as a delivery driver for the Pizza Hut store locatedat 5055
South Kipling Street. Ms. Jackson said that she was with John Perry (interviewed previously),
another Pizza Hut employee, on April 20, 1999 and that they had delivered pizzas to Columbine
High School. Ms. Jackson said that she frequently deliveredpizzas to the school's DECA store
for resale during lunch periods.

Ms. Jackson remembered having arrived at the school on April 10, 1999 at about 10:45 AM, She
and Perry went to the DECA store area in the cafeteria and found a note directing them to the
Business Department classroom area. There they found Mr. Dave Sanders who accompanied
them back to the DECA store and signed a receipt for the pizza, (That receipt was previously
recovered and placed as evidence undernumber 10113,) Ms. Jackson said that she and Perry left
the school at about 11:00 fuvl.

Ms. Jackson said that she and Perry had parked in the lower student lotjust outsidethe west side
of the cafeteria, Ms. Jackson doesn't remember seeing anything remarkable inside or outside the
school but does remember that there were fewer students around than normal because they had
arrivedearlier than usual and the •A' lunch hour hadn't started yet, Ms. Jackson said that as she
and Perry were leaving, she noticed a delivery driver from the Chik-Fil-A store at Southwest
Plazajust arriving, She described this driver as a female in her 50's who she had met and talked
to at the school several times previously while they were both making deliveries.

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WITNESS:

KR1STEL KALINOWSKI, D06/10-09-53


934 Via Monte Street
El Paso, Texas 79912
(915) 845-3769

Narrative:

On May 6, 1999, I spoke to Kristel Kalinowski by telephone, in reference to the information provided in the
lead sheet associated to control number 2983. Kalinowski said that she used to live in the Coiumbine Knol
subdivision at 7340 South Sheridan Court, until July of 1998.

Kalinowski said that in mid to late March 1998, at about dusk, she had left the home to go running. She
said that she ran north bound on Sheridan Ct. then ran east bound on what should be Sheridan Blvd..
Kalinowski said that she was running by the bike path and saw two juvenile males in the grass area
adjacent to the path. She said she stopped and watched the males for a few minutes. Kalinowski said tha
the h"JO males were standing over something in the grass and then she saw them back about 20 to 30 yarr
aw .rom the item. She said she expected to hear an explosion as she thought that they had fire crackers
Kalinowski said that the device did not go off and the two young men waiked up to It.

Kalinowski said she approached the two boys and asked them what they were doing. She said that she di(
not recognize either of them from the neighborhood and was suspicions of what they were doing there.
Kalinowski said that the first boy who she described as being 57" to 5'9" tall with reddish brown hair.
wearing baggy clothes and a white t-snlrt, told her that they were just messing around. Kaiinowskl said ShE
saw an old fashion red colored bicycle in the grass a short distance from where the boys were standing an
asked them if the bike was theirs. She said the boy with the reddish colored hair told her the bike was his
and that he lived by Columbine High School.

Kalinowski said that she tried to look at the second boy's face but he kept turning away from her and kept
his head down. Kalinowski described him as being 57" to 5'9" tali 140 lbs. Also wearing baggy Clothes am
a white I-shirt. She said he had medium brown hair which was greasy. wavy and about collar to shoulder
length.

Kalinowski said that the boys picked up the device that they had tried to detonate and she saw It briefly,
before the second male hid it from her. She described the device as being a little larger then the cardooan
portion of a roll of paper towels. with either a square piece of electrical tape on it or a square cut out of the
side of the device. She said that she told the two boys that they needed to leave the neighborhood if they
did not live there and she was going to wait and make sure that they left. Kailnowski said that she watche,
the ...."l bays leave, one walking the bike and the other waiking. She said she resumed her run and retumE
her, .atsr and told her husband about the incident.

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Kalinowski said that when she saw Dylan Klebold on T.V. she immediately recognized him as the reddish
haired male she saw in her old neighbcmoodof Columbine KnoUs. She said she initiallythought that the
second male was Eric Harris but now believes it was Brooks Brown. Kalinowski said that the juvenile males
she saw a yearago made a lasting impression on her. I asked her why and she said that she felt sorry for
the male she suspects was Dylan Klebold because the second male seemed to get very angry with him
when he started to answer her questions. She said that was the reason she tried to see the second males
face moreclasaly. She said that the second male appeared to be in charge and the first male seemed to be
aware that he had made a mistake in talking to her.

I asked Kalinowskl why she had suspected the second male may have been Brooks Brown. She said that
the secend male more ciosely resembled Srown except that the pictures she has seen of Brown show that
he has a shaved head. Kalinowski said that she does not know if Brown had a shaved head last year during
that period of time andis not sure if the second male she saw is in fact Brooks Brown. Kalinowski said that
she is very surethat the first male she saw and described, is Dylan Kiebold.

Kalinowski indicated that if she were to see an older picture of Brooks Brown taken around the time of the
incident in March of 1998, she would be able to say with a belter level of certainty that it was In fact Brooks
Brown. Kalinowski said that she had no additional information she could provide me and the interview was
tel ,ated.

DISPOSiTION:

Open.

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Narrative:

On May 6, 1999, I spoke to Kristel Kalinowski a second time, by telephone. Kalinowski said that after our
earlier conversation she had gone to the store and purchased this weeks lime magazine. Kalinowski said
that after reading the magazine and taking a close look at the picture of Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris
together, she is very sure that the second person she saw In march of 1998, was definitely Eric Harris and
not Brooks Brown.

Kalinowski said that she lookedat the picturein the Timemagazine where Klebold and Harris a re pictured
together, and she Is sure, based on the way that Eric Harris is standing, that it was Harris she saw and not
Brooks Brown.

DISPOSITION:

Open.

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KARAKusrs, B.

JC.001·007522
Arvada Police/Court System Page 1
Arvada Police Department 05/17/1999
NAlUlAT!VE:

Ref ~ 99·12067 Reported Date 04/20/1999 Time 12,39,32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
~ocation 6201 S PI£R~ ST
DETS5 05/17/1999 05149~
JEFFERSON Cau~Y SHER!FF'S DEPARTMENT 99-7625
3..(."1S
Control # -----------------
On Thursday, May 13! 1999 at approximately 1~30 hours,
Investigator Eaton met with Barbara Karakusis (DOB: 03/22/52) at
her residence, 6302 W. Croes Orive, Lakewood l Colorado in reference
an interview Investigator Eaton was conducting with Karakusis'
daughter, Pamela Karakusia (Control #32251. At the end of the
interview with Pamela Karakusis, Barbara Karakusis advised
Investigator Eaton she had some information she wished to have
documented.

aarbara Karakusis advised Investigator Eaton that On April 20,


1999 ahe dropped her daughter off at Columbine High School at
approximately 0730 hours. She advised she left the school
southbound on Pierce to take her son to his school. She advised as
she was southbound on Pierce passing the first street south of the
school she noticed a group of five to six white males standing and
sitting on the southwest corner of the intersection. She advised
that two of the males were sitting on what appeared to be large
backpacks and the rest of the males were standing talking with each
other, Barbara Karakusis advised that one of the males who was
standing caught her attention because he had short hlond hair and
he appeared to be older than the othera.
Barbara Karakusis advised Investigator Eaton all the males
were dressed in black clothing and that the male who looked older
than the othera appeared to be in his mid-20a. She advised this
male was standing and had a black colored blanket or coat draped
over his left arm. Barbara Karakusis also advised thac the packs
on the ground were all dark colored. '
Barbsra Karakusia advised Investigator Saton that she thought
it odd that all the males were dressed in dark clothing and that
one of them was too old to be in high school. She advised the rest
appeared to be high school age. Ba~bara Karakusis advised
Investigator Eaton due to the fact she was driving by she observed
nothing else but what ahe described to Investigator Eaton and had
nothing to add.
Investigator Eaton ended the interview at approximately 1222
hours,

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CASE TYPE: HOMICIDE
CASE NUMBER: 99-16215
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INVESTlGATORBRICE MOOMAW

On 05-13-99 at about 2055 hrs., this Investigator telephoned:

KNAPKI, CAROL ANN


DOB: lQ..28-54
7653 W. Coal Mine PI.
Littleton, CO 80128
(303) 913-8858

Knapki indicated there were a lot of games at "Aller Prom." Twelve blackjack tables, a
roulette wheel and three blow up games. All of these, as well as the other games were
locatedin the gym

Where ever there was a function, there was a parent there. Knapki related there were a
total of about seventy five parents there the night of the After Prom. The food court was
in the middle,

At the main door to the school, security was present. They were checking to we sure
only Juniors or Seniors were present. In other areas where students were not allowed,
they placedblackplastic across the halls, closing off the area.

Knapkirelated she does not remember seeing Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold that evening,
She does not even know the two. She has seen their pictures on TV. This Investigator
asked Kaapki if she has any children going to Columbine and she said two. Knapki
identified her two sonsas:

KNAPKL TYSON
DOH: 07·02·84
and
KNAPKLKYLE
DOB: 06-15-80

Neither one of her two sons bas talked about the Trench Coat people before. The day of
the incident, Kyle who iii a Senior was attending a breakfast at the Wellshire Inn. Tyson,
who is a Freshman, was in Math class.

This Investigator asked Knapki if she had any of the other names for the people who
volunteered during this event. She identified the !bllowing people:

DlERKEN, JUDy (303) 973-9463


(In chargeofthe food court)

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CASE TYPE: HOMICIDE
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(Charge of Security)

FORD, CATHY (303) 904·0753


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BURNS, MARY ANN


(Charge of Prizes)

Knapki related they bad parents at every table. This Investigator asked Knapki if she
remembers anything suspicious whi¢h occurred during the After Prom and she said no.

Knapki indicated she was told by another lady of a suspicious incident. She identified the
lady involved as:

PAAv1LAINEN, CATHY
(303) 932-0045

Paavilainen related there was some kids on one side of the building, near the rear tennis
court area. The kids were trying to get in through another door. This Investigator
inquired from Knapki who the kids were and she related Paavilainen never told her. She
did sayhowever, one bad a yellow jacket on.

At about 2300to 2330 hrs., she went outsideto have a cigarette. A man walked by. She
thought it was odd. This occurrednearthe weighttraining room.

Knapki relatedthere were a lot ofparents there as well as about 800 kids.

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On 04309'). !hi> Investigator ""l1tlllUd a subject itlemilied as:

Kromlnga.Adrian
Dob; Q9ZSSO
5760W, 4'"Ave.
I..akoorood. Co. 80226
l'lI# 303·239·9033

That Adrian go.. to l.alrewoodHigh School and doesn't know OT associate with Eric (Harris),
Dylan (Klebold), or myone in Littl",oD.

That Adriandoes not own a trench ¢Oill!lut does dress in black occasionally and described his
Clothing style as "punk rock"

That Adrian nev... heard of the "Trench Coat Ma.tia" until this incidA:nt. has no association with
Them and bas no idea why he WIll COlltaCled by !hi> Investigator.

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200 Andrews Hall Building
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303-786·3736
Srudent-Colorado University-Boulder Campus

INVESTIGATION:

On 05·05·99, at 1400hours, I respondedto the University of Colorado Campus-Boulder. 200 Andrews Hall Building, where
contacted and interviewed witness EmilyKyler. Witness Kyler is a former Columbine High Schoolstudentandgraduated in
1998.

Witness Kyler saidshe was not friends or evenan acquaintance of anyof the Trench Coat Mafia students, however, she said she
had EricHams in one ofher high schoolclasses. She said shedid not recall having any conversations with him, and said the
mainreason she knewof Eric Harriswas because she had a "crush"on his olderbrother,Kevin. while in high school. Witness
Kyler saidshe did know suspect Kleboldat all,

Witness Kylersaidthe last time she saw suspect Hams was eitherin December of 1998or January 1999 at a Chili's restaurant
She said suspect Harriswas wearingColorado University athletic clothing at that time. and said he was with his brotherKevin
Harris and his father. Witness Kyler said she spoke to them but did not recall anything impottant being said during the
conversation, She has not seen themsinceand did notknow wbere thaywere currently located. She did not remain in contact
with himand last heard about them on the TV and newspaper in reference to the shooting at Columbine High School,

Witness Kylersaid she was surprised to hearthat suspect Harris wasa mernberofTrench Coat Mafia. Shesaid she knew he had
een teasedand harassed by the "jocks" quitefrequently, however.
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Witness Kylersaid sheremembers the following people at Columbine High School, beinginvolved with the Trench CoatMafia,
Robert Perry, who she had a high school debate class with last year, She said she recalls Robert Perry dressed in all black
clothing and wore a trench coat most of the time, Shesaid she did not see Perry associating withsuspectKlebold, however,

Witness Kyler said sheremembered Joe Stairbecause he graduated from highschoolwith her, She said he had a girlfriend by
the nameof Jennifer Hurtado for a while in highschool. Witness Kylersaid she does not know anything else aboutJoe Stair,
and did not know where he maybe currently located.

Witness Kylersaid she remembers a classmate by the name of'Lucas Johnston who may have been possibly a member of the
Trench CoatMafia, however, shecouldnotbe certain, Shesaid Lucas wore a trenchcoat sometimes and wouldhangout with
othertrench coat mafia students at certain times,

Witness Kyler saidshe remembered theTrench CoatMafia students would hangaround each otherbefore school started, inside
Columbine High School, neartheChoirroom, andshe said theystayed to themselves primarily, Wlmess Kylersaidshedid not
recall any of the Trench Coat mafiastudents beingaggressive or violent, even though the 'jocks" were mean to them,

ADDmONAL INFORMATION: Witness Kyler said there were members of the Trench Coat Mafia that she could not
remember theirnames and saidshewasgoing to tty to getfurther information. Witness Kylerrequested mybusiness card which
1gaveher and she said she would call me if she couldlocate any further infcrmation,

The interview with witness Kyler ended at 1430on 05-05-99,

DISPOSITION: Case remains open,pending further investigation,

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7244 WestWalkerPlace

Littleton, Colorado 80123


303·933-2731 . Home
303-510-2517- Work(selfemployed)
Parent of Cori Martinez I 9" grade

!.NYESTIGAIION:

On 06-01·99, at about3:30 p.m.,1 interviewed Tony Martinez as follow up on D1'<3336. The interview was conducted ant
Tony's residence.

Tony toldme that on the morning of 04-20·99, he was building a storage shed in his back yard. Tony said that he had driven
to a local building supplystore(HughM. Woods) at about 10:30 a.rn, inorderto purchaselumber andsupplies Tonysaidthat
upondrivingbackhomeat about II: 10a.m.,hewasdriving hisBMW southbound on PierceStreet(from WestBowles Avenue)
and saw "DylanKlebold" tum left, in front of him, from northbound Pierce Streetinto the student parkinglot of Columbine
High School. Tony saidthat Klebold noticed bimandraisedhishandslightly to wave as he turned intothe lot. Tony saidthat

although he didn't personally knowKlebold, he had seenKlebold driving his blackBMWon previousoccasions around the
school! neighborhood, and, being a BMW ownerhimself, thetwoofthem hadexchanged waves before whenpassing byeach
other. Tony said that there was somewhat of a mutual admiration between them as to their cars, both of which wereolder
models inrelatively good shape. Accordingly, Tonysaidthathe instantly recognized Klebold whenhe sawhim. Hedescribed
Klebold as having"bushy, reddish hair." Tony was unable to describe the clothing that Klebold waswearing at that time, and
"is certain" thathe noticed a passenger in Klebcld's car, Tony couldnot describe this passenger, either. Tony also said that

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on one previous occasion, he had gone to pick up his daughter at school and had parked his BMW in the vehicle staging area
near the school's northeast entrance, AI that time, Tony said that "Eric Harris" bad walked by his car and made the comment,
"nice beemer." Tony emphasized thatthis personwas not DylanKlebold, Tony said that he didn't know Eric Harris,but knows
it was him based on photographshe bas since seen on television. Tony described Harris as the "shorter, more clean cut kid."
Tony said that after passing by Klebold, he continued southbound on Pierce Street, then turned right onto westboundWalker
Avenue and to his residence. Tony estimated that he arrived homeat about II: 13 a.m.

Tony said that upon arriving home, he unloaded his car and began working on his shed, which is located on the south side of
his back yard. Tony said that at about 11:20a.m., he heard a series of "pops" coming from somewhere in the neighborhood.
Tony said that because of the way sound carries, he couldnot accurately determinethe origin of these sounds. Tony said that
he gave little thought to these sounds at the time, other than thinking someonenearby was "using a nail gun.". Tony said that
at about 11:25 a.m., his neighbor, Anthony Sammauro (9"), came runningto the south side of his home and yelled. "They're
blowing up the school! They're shooting everyone!" Tony saidthat he asked Anthony,"Who?" Tony said that Anthonythen
yelled. "Guys in black trenchcoats!" Tony said that Anthonyseemedgenuinely upset at that time. Tony said that because of
the sounds he had just heard. and Anthony's serious nature,he decided to drive to Columbine to check on his daughter, Cori
Martinez (9"}. Tony said that he then got into his car and drove to the school via northbound Pierce Street.

Tony said that upon reachingthe intersection of Pierce Street and West Fair Drive. he saw a Denver Police car parked across
and blocking Pierce Street, facing west. Tony said that he saw a Denverofficer standing behind the car, holding his handgun.
Tony said that the Denver officer was standing next to two teachers, both male, one white and one black. Tony said upon
driving past the Denver officer, he turned right onto West fair Drive and parked his car, facing east, on the north side of the
street in front of 6769 West Fair Drive. Tony said that he then got out of his car and approached the Denver officer. Tony said
that the Denverofficer seemed somewhatconfused as to what wasgoingon. Tony said that at that time. waves of studentsand
teachers were coming out ofthe schooland running east into LeawoodPark. Tony said that he told the Denver officer he was
there to pick up his daughter.and that the officer thenasked himto describethe layoutofthe school. Tony said that as he spoke
to the officer, he noticed the glass on the school's main east doors was shattered I missing in several places. Tony said that

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someone then yelled,"They're shootingpeople!" as student. and staffran past them. Tony said that after about one minute.
heand the officersaw a blondfemalestudentexit the school'smaineast doors,limping, and being assisted by a malestudent.
Tonysaid the it appearedthe female hadbeenshot in the leg,and he noticedherpant leg had blood on it, Tony said that upon
seeing this, he and a male teacherthen ran west, onto the schoolgrounds, and assistedthe female student whilethe Denver
officer remained slightlybehind, weaponaimed at the school, as cover. Tony said that they then escorted the female to the
southeast comerof the intersection ofPierceand WestFairDrive, where shewasloadedintoan ambulance thathadjust arrived,
Tony said that after helpingthis female into the ambulance, he ran over to a whitevan that was parked, facing west,directly
in frontof the residence at 6i69 WestFair Drive, Tonysaidthat he hadseethe van's driver,an adult male, talkingon a cellular
phone from inside the vehicle, Tony said that he asked thisman,whohe later found out was the father of his daughter's best
friend (CynthiaNichols 19th), ifhe could use his phone to call his wifeto ascertain if she'd heard from their daughter. Tony
said that be used the phonefor two or three minutes, afterwhich he returnedto tbe east side of the police car, WIth the Denver
officer.

Tony said that about one or two minuteslater, whilehe and oneof the teacher's were still attempting to explain the school's
layoutto the Denverofficer, he saw"three or four muzzle flashes" insidethe main officeof the school,to the right(north)of
the maindoors, Tony said that immediately thereafter, some of the officewindows shatteredand he heard the distinct "whiz"
of bullets passing over his head while continuing to see flashes, Tony said that he yelled at the Denver officer, "They're
shooting at us!" Tony said that the officer also beardthe sound or bullets passingoverhead, and said, "Yeah, you're right."
Tony said that he then quicklyretreatedto a position behind the"Leawood Park"sign which is locatedon the grass, southeast
of the intersection. Tony said that everyonewho hadbeennearthemimmediately took off eastbound, down West Fair Drive
and/or the park. Tony said that the Denver officeraskedhim if he would mind stickingaround to assist him with the layout
of theschool. Tony said thathe told the officer, "No, I don't mind, mykid's in there." Tony said that from his positionbehind
the sign, he continuedgiving information aboutthe school to the officer, who was relayingthis information to others on his
radio.

Tony said that while he was standing behind the sign and communicating with the Denverofficer, he remembered seeing"a

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really strange. goofy goy" crawlingon the grass nearby, in the park, Tony said that this individual, whom he described as a
white adultmale, said,"There's a sniperon the roof," after which he begancrawling aroundon his stomach"like he was in a
war movie:' Tony said that this individual then said something to the effect of "I need to get my Marine Corps stuff' and
"We'll getthese guys:' Tony said that he remembered hearing a singlegunshotat about that time, whichsounded as though
it had originatedfromoutsidetheschool. Tony saidthat he looked towardthe school,but neversaw anyoneon the roofat any
time. Tony said that this individualthen "crawled awayintothe park" and that he didn't See him again after that.

Tony saidthatshortlythereafter(heestimatedit wasabout 11:45 a.m.),a yellow firetruckwithSWAT personnel made its way
southward, in frontof the school, tothe east sidedoorsof theschool's winglocated just southof the mainentrance Tony said
they usedsomekind of deviceto openthe door,andthathe believes theythenmadeentry. Tony saidthatten or fifteen minutes
later,h. sawa red firetruck with SWATpersonnel pullup in front of theschool's maindoors. Tonysaid thatthistruckblocked
his viewof the main doors and that he couldn't clearlysee whatrhe SWAT members did. Tony said he doesn't believe they
made entryright away. Throughoutall ofthis, Tonysaidthat it was a very chaotic scene, with studentscontinuing to stream
out ofschoolexits and running ineverydirection. In addition, Tonysaidthat emergency vehicles, policeofficers. paramedics.
and firemen continuedto arrive on scene. Tony said thathe remained behindthe sign for roughly forty-five minutes. during
which time be continued to communicate with the Denver officer. Tony said that the Denver officer eventually became
occupied with other matters,at which time he then ran back to his own car to listen to the radio for news of the incident.

Tony said that in betweenlisteningto his car radio, he made his way back to the white van and talked with the driver. Tony
said that after a few minutes, a police officerapproached them from the east side of the residence at 6749 West Fair Drive
Tony said that this officer told them they neededto leavethe areabecausethey were "in the line of fire," Tony said that this
officer called them over to where he was standing and thentoldthem both to leave. Tony said that the driverof the whitevan
refusedto returnto his vehicle out offear of being shotat, Tonysaid that the officerthen got into the van,turned it around10
where it was facing east,anddroveit severalyardsdown thestreet. Tonysaidthe driver thenentered the van and left the area
Tonysaidthatthe officerthen returned andagaintoldhimto leave, withouthis car, Tony saidthathe told the officerhe needed
his ear, but the officer told him no, Tony saidthat he remembered telling the officer, "What are you going to do. arrestme?"

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Tony said that the officer finallyrelentedand allowedhim to return to his car, rather than waste time arguing. Tonysaid thai
he then got into his car and drove east on West Fair Drive to Leawood Elementary School. Tony said that he remained there
until late in the afternoon, and eventuallyreceived word that his daughterhad safely made it out of the school.

Note: Tonytold methat his daughter, Cori Martinez, hid inside the schoo!'s sciencewing throughout the afternoon On 04-20-
99. Tony said that she was among a groupofstudentswhowerefound bya SWATteam at about 4:00 p. m, Tony told me that
Corihas refusedto be interviewedby lawenforcement because, she toldhim, shewantsto put thistraumatic matterbehind her.
Tony toldme that he respects her wishes and wouldencournge her to avail herselfin order to assist this investigation, but will
not forceher. Teny saidthat he wouldnotifyme if I when Cori changes her mind. The interview was concluded atabout 4: 15
p.m.

A lead sheetwas preparedand submittedby me forCoriMartinez. Per RapidStart, students Anthony Sammauro andCynthia
Nichols werepreviouslyinterviewed.

See attached school map. (2).

DISPOSITION' Open.

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Dateortrenscnpucn 8(3/99
Lisa McKenna, 7767 South Depew Street, Littleton,
Colorado, telephone {3Q31904·27SS, was interviewed at her
residence in the presence of her daughter Ashley McKenna. After
being advised of the identity of the interviewing Agent and the
nature of the interview, McKenna furnished the following
informacion:
On April 20, 1999, McKenna observed what she thought
was inappropriate behavior by some high school aged kids at a
neighbor's house. McKenna thought the behavior was inappropriate
given the shootings that had occurred at Columbine High School
(eHS) that day. At approximately 6:30 p.m. a white, late 1980's
model Nissan or Toyota Sedan pulled into the driveway of a house
located on Eaton Way. The house was the second on the left
Isouthl side of the street. The home belongs to Kathy Wallin Or
Wall. Five to six "kids" exited the vehicle and were "high·
fiving They were celebrating like the "excitement and joy" of
ff

winning a football game. The group included possibly four boys


and two girls. McKenna recalled one of the boys having long,
dirty·blonde hair and wearing dark pants. None of the kids was
wearing a trenchcoat. McKenna did not recognize any of the
individuals as students at CRS. Wallin or Wall's daughter,
Stephanie ~lank, is a student at CRS. McKenna's daughter, Ashley
McKenna, is also student at CRS.
McKenna observed on the first and second day that the
Columbine students went back to school at Chatfield High School,
a Red Geo Metro dropping off students at the same residence.
McKenna thought the infDrmation she was providing maybe pertinent
to the Columbine investigation based on the information she saw
in the media. .

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by SA John M. Elvig Control Number #DN3074

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


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE ST

PETl14 06/23/1999 062399/VONDEROHE/KK

The following supplemental report will be in reference to


Arvada police Department CR 99-12067 that will correspond with
Jefferson County Sheriff's Department CR 99-7625 regarding the
shootings/murders at Columbine High School on 04/20/99.

The following supplement is an evaluation of polygraph charts


that were prcduced as a result of Matthew Nalty, DOB 04/15/81, and
James Brunetti, DOe 10/28/80, being a~~inistered polygraph
examinations regarding the Columbine High School shootings/murders
that occurred on 04/20/99. IO, Oecective Jim Vonderohe, is a
member of the Columbine High School Task Force wh~ch is
investigat~ns this tragic event. One of the primary objectives of
the cask torce is to determine whether or net any other pe~son
besides Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were involved in any way in
the planning, preparation or participation of this criminal act.

As the SWAT teams began their search of the school shortly


after the shootin9s were reported, Matthew Nalty, James Brun~tti
and Matthew Akard, DOB 01/29/81, were contacted in Clement Park
near Columbine Righ School by police officers as they were
approaching the school. Due to the fact that these three
individuals appeared similar to the physical descriptions of the
attackers in the school, the aforementioned subjects were detained
and questioned by the police. Their detainment was monitored by
national television outlets which resulted in Matthew Nalty and
James Brunetti being flown to New York City in order to possibly
appear on ~he Sally Jesse Raphael television show. Apparently a
precondition to them appearing on the show was the requirement that
they submit to a polygraph examination in order to determine that
they had no criminal involvement in the Columbine High School
massacres.
Investigator Duane Eaton (Arvada Police Department), a
Columbine High School Task Force member, determined ~hat Matthew
Nalcy and James 8runet~i, were administered polygraph examination$
by R. Michael Martin, Mr. Mar~in is associated with Priority
Investigations, Inc., 553 Main Street, Stroudsb~rgl Pennsylvania,
18360, 1~aOO~54S"lll2. Investigator Eaton contacted Mr, Martin
regarding the polygraph examinations and requested a copy of all
the charts, questions and associated paperwork that was generated
from these examinations.
Investigator Eaton received the aforementioned requested items
from Mr Martin with an accompanying letter dated May 14, l~99.
Mr, Martin indicated in the letter that he was an associate member
of the American Polygraph Association and completed his polygraph
training aC the New York School of Lie Detection in 1984 (certified
in 1985) The letter further stated thac the examination of each
subject lasted 90 minutes and included one acquaintance test, a
specific "you phase" examination and an exploratory examination,
Mr. Martin stated that he administered all of the polysraph
examinations to the subjects on May 3, 1999.
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IO, a 1980 graduate of the American Institute of Polygraph


(certified in 1983), and a full member of the American Polygraph
Association and the American Association of Police ~olY9rapbistsl
was reqJested to perform a quality centrol examination of all the
submitted items regarding the polygraph examinations of Matthew
Nalty and James B~unetti.

!n reviewing the items submitted by Mr. Martin, his report


indicated that both subjects claimed in their pretest interview
that they INalty and Brunetti), along with Matthew Akard, were at
Brunetti'S apartment when they heard about the shootings at
columbine High School from Brunetti's sister, They decided to go
to the school to determine if their friends who attend the school
may have been injuzed. It should be noted that none of the three
individuals were students at Columbine High School. The ~eport
further stated that upon their arrival in the schoolls vicinity,
they were accosted by the police, questioned and later released
They denied any involvement and knowledge in the shooting inCident
at the school.

Mr. Martin'S report indicated that the relevant questions


asked of both subjects in the Backster Direct Involvement ffyou
pha se" examination 'Here:
a. Prior to the shootings at Columbine High scheol on April
20th, did you transport any guns or explosives 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 Vis~t the website of
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Harris and Klebolt?


d. Prior to April 20th, were you pe~sonally acquainted wich
either Dylan Klebolt or Erik Harris?
e, Prior to April 20th, did you know that the shoot~ng$ at
Columhine .High School were gong to take place?
It was Mr. MartinIs opinion that: Matthew Nalty's "no" response
to the relevant questions indicated for him to be answering
truthful to them, all except for relevant. question 1\c l " which
scored in the l!inconclusive range, Mr. Martin opined that: Matt.hew
ll

Malty was not deceptive in his response to any of the relevanc


questions.
It was Mr. Martini 5 opinion that James Brunetti a "nc" l

responses to the relevant questions indicated for him to be


answering tr~thfully to all of ~hem.

After reviewins all of the polygraph charts from Matthew

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Nalty!g examination, it'is IO's opinion the subject appeared to be


deliberacely distorting his respiratory tracings in chart #1 and
chart #2 of the exploratory examination and to relevant question
#35 (bl an chart #2 in the direct involvement "you phase"
examination,
It is the opinion of IO, after analyzing all of the polygraph
charts and using a seven point scale in scoring Matthew Nalty's
polygraph charts, that his responses to the relevane questions in
the direct involvement examination we:re Ilinconclusive lf
and his
responses to che relevant q~estions in the exploratory examination
were trut.hful.
It is the opinion of IO I after analyzing all of the polygr~ph
charts and using the seven point scale in scoring James Brunetti's
polygraph charts, that his responses to the relevant ~~estion$ in
the direct involvement and the exploratory examinations were
t~~thful, Howeve~, it is IO's opinion that Mr, Martin is very
generous to the subject in his scoring evaluation of all the tests,
especially the direct involvement tt y ou phase charts,
II

All of the polygraph charts and related paperwork mailed to


Invest~gator Duane Eaton and utilized by ro in the analysis of the
polY9raph examinations given to Matthew Malty and James Brunetti
will be submitted to the evidence custodian of the Jefferson County
Sheriff's Department regarding this criminal investigation,

No further information at this time regarding this matter.

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INTERVIEW WITH iI'lATIHE''' JOSEPH NALTY, DOBIIl4-15-8I, W1M


5579 west 1l5th Avenue
Broomfield. Celerado 800211
(3113) 549-6175, pager: (303) 510-4315

INVESTlGATlON:

On April 10, 1999. at approximately 1404 hours. I ",as advisedthat patrol officers had contacted three subjects dressed in fatigue
type clothing and that they wished for me to interview them in the parking lot of Clement Park Assisting me in the inter. iew

is Investigatcr Steve Stalter. Prior to the interview commencing. I attempted to gather information from officers \... ho had
contacted the three subjects as to 'Why they were being detained or why they wish tor me to interview them. [ was adv ised that

they had contacted the subjects in the fieldwest of the high school and due to their dress they wished for them to be interviewed
in the possibility that they may have informationabout what was occurring at Columbine High School. The other two subjects
with Matthew Nalty were interviewed by an Investigator from Littleton Police Department and an Investigator from Jefferson
County D.A '5 Office

At 1406 hours. I advised Matthew Nalty of his Miranda rights per a department issued Miranda card, He advised that he
understood his rights and wished to talk to me about what he was doing in the area of Columbine High School. I asked :'-lull,
ifhe knew anybody in the area. He advised he knows a girl by the name of Heidi who liveseast of Pierce off of Bow lesAvenue.
He advised he did not know her exact address and he believed that she possibly goes to Chatfield High School. but that he did
not know tor sure if she does, I asked him what kind of work he did, and he stated that he sells cell phones at King Soopers
He advised that he arrived in [he area at about 1350 hours and that he had come down to this area because h. had heard on the
radio about the shooting and wanted to see what was going on because of all the news coverage, He stated that he lives up in
the Broomfieldarea and both of his friends live in the northern part of the county He staled [hat he picked them up and after
doing so they decided to come down to see what was going on, He stated that he was driving his car, which is a '97 Ford Aspire.
which is white in color. 2 door hatchhack, He said that he parked by Swedish Hospital Clinic over on Wadsworth and Bowles
and walkedacross the Held to see what was happening, He stated as he was walking across the field he was contacted by officers

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and that they had him lay down and then they took them into custody and brought them to my location. r first asked Nally if he
knew what was going on other than the shooting. He stated he did not know what was going On. f then asked him if he knew
who the shooters were. Nalty advised me that he did not know who they were and only had the information he had received trom

the newscast I then asked Nally if he knew anybody by the name of Dylan. He stated the only Dylan he knows lives in the
Boulder area and is r9 to 20 years of age and is into the "Gothic" type crowd. f then asked him if'he knew anybodv b~ the name

of Eric. He stated that the only Eric he knows lives in the Broomfield area where he Jives. [then asked if he knew anybody b~
the name of Chris and he indicated that he does not know anybody by the name of Chris. Nalty advised that he does not know

the last names of the people that he knows by the name of Dylan and Eric. but he is sure that they do not attend high school at
Columbine High. At this time I then checked with both the D«,,:s Investigator and the Littleton Detective who were interviewing

the other rwo subjects. at which time they provided the information reference their interviews. v.hich did not contradict \\ hat
Nalty had told me in reference to his being in the area at this time.

1 also contacted a school administrator who was assisting the command post in identifying people leaving the school in order to

see if he recognized any of the three subjects that we were interviewing. The school administrator looked at all three subjects
and advised that he had never seen these parties before at the school or On the school grounds. The information was then
provided to the command post and also to Lt. Kickbusch and it was ascertained at this timethat there is no information or reason
to detain the three subjects. therefore proper ID was obtained from all three subjects in order to confirm their identities and
addresses. w~ also obtained phone numbers for them in case further interviews needed to be conducted at a later date. All three
were advised that there may be a possibility that we would wish to talk to them in the future and all three subjects stated that the~

would he happy to talk to us in the future if we needed to.

DISPOSITION: Open.

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Ref # 99-12067 Reported Date 04/20/1999 r'me 12:39:32


Type ASSTOA Status RTF
Location 6201 S PIERCE~

DST30 04/30/1999 Q42899~H

CONNECTING TO JEFFERSON COUNTY SHER1FF'S DE~l;RTMENT CR#99-7635

CONTROL if \to! ("WA<'~ \o:>4<:t' I",sa)


On Wednesday, April 28; 1999 at approximately 1350 hours, Inv.
Eaton was able to make telephone contact with Matthew Joseph Nalty
(DOB; 04/15/81) in reference fin~shing the interview begun on
Sacurday, April 24, 1999.

Nalty advised rnv. Eaton that on the date of the incident at


Columbine High School, April 20, 1999, he had gone over to Matthew
AkardJs residence to pick up Akard and James Brunetti, who had
agreed to go to Littleton, CO with him to pick up a birthday
present Nalty advised !nv. Eaton that a friend of his mother's,
Ginger Helm {TX:296~0245} had a birthday present for him to pick
up It should be noted that Nalcy's mother, Julie Nalty, had
confirmed this information on the date of the original telephone
interview. Nalty advised thac after he picked up Akard and
a~~etti at the Akard residence, they drove to Burnetci's residence
to pick up James Burnett~'5 cigarecces before driving to Littleton.

Nalty advised that when Burnetti came out of his residence, he


told the others that he had observed news on the television
discussing the incident taking place at Columbine High School.
Nalty advised that with this information in mind, he turned on
radio station 85 KOA co listen to the news and attempt to learn
more about the Columbine incident. Nalty advised that he and the
other two subjects left Arvada somecime be~ween 1250 hours and 1300
hours. He advised that they took ~adsworth to I-70, I~10 to C-470,
C-470 to Bowles. Nalty advised that while they were on C-47Q, they
observed numerous police cars drive by them at high rate~ of speed,
with their lights and sirens on. He advised that the decided to
follow the police vehicles into the area of Columbine High School
in an attempc to see what was taking place, Nalcy advised Inv.
Eacon that they were curious after hearing about the incident on
the news,
Malty advised !nv. Eaton that when the got in the area of
Coluwbine High School, they noticed that all the roads were blocked
off, He advised he parked his vehicle in a medical center parking
lot Cn Wadsworth Blvd" south of Bowles Ave. He advised that ~his
medical center was on the east side of the street and adjoined
Clement Park. Nalty advised !nv. Eaton that approximately eight
years ago, when a child he had lived with his family in a small
subdivision in the area, known by the nam~ of Kipling Villa. He
advised that due to this, he was familiar with the area,
Nalty advised that when he, Brunetti and Akard got into the
park, they saw some other persons standing on a hill in the park,
looking towards the high school. He advised they went up and spoke
with these subjects in an attempt to find out what was taking
placeand attempt to see the activity around the school. Nalty
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advised Inv Eaton that chey weren't able to observe any activity
tak~ng place at the high school f~om this location.

Nalty advised that due to the fact that they could not see
any~hing near ~he high school, tney began to walk around tne la~e
on the conCrete path in an attempt to get closer to the school in
accempt to learn what was taking place Nalty advised Inv. Eaton
that he saw numerous other persons in the park, walking about. He
advised he saw persons walking, running, and mothers with babies in
strollers. He advised that in seeing this sort of activity, he and
the ethers felt it was safe to be in the park.

Malty advised Inv. EatOn that at one point, they observed a


police officer near a police vehicle en a hill in the park. He
advised that he and the other two took about ten steps off the
cement path in ~n attemp~ to contact ~~e police officer and ask him
what was taking place. He advised that when they were about ten
steps off the path, they were Contacted by numerous police officers
and taken into custody Nalty advised that they were then driven
to the command poet and he believes he was interviewed by a Jeffco
Deputy with the first name of Doug, urn,
Inv. Eaton asked Nalty about his statement to the law
enforcement officers a~ the command pest near Columbine High
School. Nalty advised Inv. Eaton thac he told the off~cers that he
had heard about the incident on the radio, that he and his friends
had gotten curious and had driven down co the area to see what was
taking place. Nalty also advised !nv. Eaton that he advised the
law enforcement officers on scene tha: he had some casual
acquaintances that had attended Col~mbine High School, so that made
him all the more cur~ous to see what ~as taking place.
Inv. Eaton asked Nalty if he was acquainted with or had ever
socialized with suspect, Eric Harris. Nalty replied in the
negative. Env-, Eaton also asked Nalt~' if he was acque Lnned with or
had ever socialized with Dylan Klebold, Malty, once again, replied
in the negative, Inv, Eaton asked him if he was familiar with the
term >1Trench COat Mafia" or if he was acquainted with anyone
claiming to be in the "Tz-ench Coat Mafia. II Nalty stated, II No ,
That':s a stupid name. II rnv . Eaton adv i aed Nal ty that he had
received numerouS intelligence tips that Nalty, Brunetti and Akard
were claiming to be members of the "T:::"ench Coat: Mafia" and planning
to cause the same type of inCldencs which had occurred at C?lumbine
High School at Pomona High School. Malty advised Inv. Eaton that
he had never made any such stacements, seriously or in a joking
manner, and that to his knowledge er~netti and Akard had never
j

made any such statement$ eithe~. Inv. Eaton aSked Nalty if he had
ever been on the Internet and gotten into the "Trench Coat Mafia H
Neb page or Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold's Web pages, or nad he
ever been in chatroorns with the two subjects. Nalty advised Inv.
Eaton that he had not been on the Internet in approximately four to
five months and had never been on sites described by Xcv. Eaton,

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It should he noted that Nalty advised Inv. Eaton that he,


Erunetti and Akard had been flown to New York City by the producers
of the Sally Jesse Raphael show and interviewed on air about their
involvement in this investigation. Nalty advised Inv. Eaton that
the show would be aired on Friday, April 30, 1999, on Channel 20 at
approximately ~300 hours.
Inv. Eaton ended this telephone interview at approximately
1405 hours.

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JCSD 99-7625
CONTROL ~1049, ~l050 and #1107

On May 3 1999 !nvest~gator Quane Eaton of the Arvada Police


1

Department was assigned an ~nvest~9ative lead which was associated


witn ~nves~~gative lead control numbers 1049, lOSO and 1107, These
are the inves~igative lead concrol numbers assigned to Matthew
Akard, James Brunetti and Matthew ~alty> Investigator Eaton was
assigned this investigative lead by Federal Bureau of Investigation
Special Agent Eichr. Eichr adv~sed Investigator Eaton that Mary Jo
Horvat, a King soopers employee associated with Air Touch Cellular,
had forwarded billing statements associa~ed with Macthew Nalty.
Malty was an employee of King Soopers and sold Air Touch Cellular
phones and service through the King Soapers Stores. Nalcy nad
access to cell phones while working and apparently used chose
pnones to make telephone calls outside of the stors, It appears
that the'billing statements and telephone numbers called by Nalty
were forwarded ~o the Jefferson councy Sheriff's Office as part of
the investigation of the Columbine High School homicides. Nalty
was employed by King Socpers and Air Touch Cellular until this
incident oGcur~ed due to the fac~ that he had been contacted and
detained in Cl~ment Park near the high school while the incident
was caking place. Investigator Eaton believes that the billing was
forwarded to the investigators in order to help determine whether
Nalty was in fact involved with suspects Eric Harris and Dylan
Klebold, Investigator Eaton was assigned the casK of cross
checking the telephone nu-mbers on the billing statements against
telephone numbers of Harris, Klebold and their associates.

Investigator Eaton counted 54 pages of billing statements


through the acco~~t name of Wireless Spec, Staff with an account
#1005~4560442 with the primary user name of Matt Nalty. The
billing closing date. were 11/25/98, 12/2S/98, 01/25/99, 0./25/99
and 03/25/59. The billing statements were for cellular telephone
numbers 303-S49-6~75, 303 94~ 1981 and 303-941-07Q8.

Investisator Eaton contacted Oetectiv~ Tom Hayes of the


Lakewood Police Department/West Metro Drug Task Force and was fa~ed
a copy of telephone numbers associated with Robyn Anderson, Eric
Ault, John Beachem, Brooks Brown, Eric Dutro, Zache~y Heckler,
Patrick McDuffee! Christopher Morris, Robert Perry, Charles
~hillips, Joseph Stair, Phillip Duran, Nathan Dykeman, Eric Harris
and Dylan ~lebold.
On May 11, 1999 Investigator Eaton cross checked all of the
telephone numbers on Naltyls billing statement against the
telephone numbers of the previously mentioned 15 persons.
rnvestigator Eaton did not locate any numbers on Nalty's billing
statement which matched those of ~ric Harris, oylan Klebold or
their associates. Investigator Eaton also checked through the
bill ins statement and double checked all the numbers called by

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Nalcy that were listed as Littleton telephone numbers. Once again


Investigator Eaton did not locate any telephone numbers on the
billing statement which matched those of Eric Harris, Dylan Klebold
or their associates.
Investigator Eaton was unable to make any matches between
telephone numbers On Nalty's billing statement and those associated
with Eric Harris, Dylan Klebold and their associates. Investigator
Eaton will include a copy of the billing statements and a copy of
the list of Eric Harris and Oylan Klebold'a associates and the
telephone numbers associated with those persons.

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I, Anderson, Robyn 8196 W Indore Drive, Littleton, Co, 303·912·8908


2. Ault, Eric 1100 W, Glassgow PI., #:zB, Littleton, Co, 303·913·5004
3, Beachem, John 8112 W Frost Ave" Littleton, Co. 303·933-0899
4, Brown, Brooks 8003 S. Vance St., Littleton, Co, 303-972-0602
5, Dutro, Eric 6038 Balsam 51. Arvada, Co. 303·421·5941
6, Heckler, Zachery 5880W. Quarles Drive, Littleton, Co 303·978-0098
7. McDuffee, Patrick 6250 S. Kendall 51., Littleton, Co. 303·198-5837
8. Morris, Christopher 5466 W, Portland Drive, Littleton, Co, 303·972-8864
9. Petry, Robert 7836 S.Newland St" Littleton, Co, 303·904-9153
10. Phillips, Charles 11771 W Asbury Place" Lakewood, Co, 303-988-8235
II. Stair, Joseph 7097 W. Frost Plaee, Littleton, Co, 303·912-4655
12. Duran, Phillip 5663 W. Audet PI., Littleton, Co 303·937·8648
13, Dykeman, Nathan 7913 W. Plymouth PI., Littleton, Co. 303.933·1708
14, Harris. Eric 8276 S, Reed St.. Littleton, Co. 303·762·1212
15. Klebold, Dylan 9351 CougarRd..Littleton, Co. 303·912-1131
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THREE WAY CALLING INCLUDED
CALL FORWARDING INCLUDED
VOIce MAIL WITH PAGING INCLUDED

$20 ACTIVATION FEE WAIVER (AGENT LINEl 11124/911 11/25/98 20.00C?

PORTABLE PHONE INSURANCE PROTECTION 11/24198 11125198 0,20

PORTABLe PHONE INSURANCE PROTECTION 111261911 12125196 2,95

POWEReANO CALLER 10 11124198 11125198 0,00

POWERBANO CALLER 10 11126198 12125/98 0,00

Total $35.15

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Summary of Chargn

Cummt Monthly Ch~


Monthly Service pacKages 32.95
Airtime 0.00
Long Distance Charges l. '2
Taxes. Fees & Gov't Chrgs FEDERAL EXCISe TAX 0.94
SALES TAX 2.29
FED UNIV SVC FUND CHARGe 0.35
EMERGeNCY TELEPHONE SVC CHARGe (91l) 0.45

I Total Current Mon~hly Cnarg.s

Monthly 5ervice Packagn _ _I


_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I_-::=::..;.::~.:.::::::::::a::::.

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start Slop
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CALL WAITING HlCLUDEO
THRee WAY CAI.LING INCLUOeO
CALi. FORWAROING INCLUDeD
VOICE MAli. WITH PAGING INCLUDeo

PORTABLE PHONE INSURANCE PROTeCTION 12/26/98 01125/99 2.95

CAI.i.E~ 10 12/:1.6196 0112.5/99 0.00

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Total 504:00 $0.00

JC-001· 007562
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Current Monthly CI1arge.


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Taxes, Fees & Gov't Chrgs FEDERAL EXCISE TAX o 26
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FED UNIV SVC FUND CHARGE 0.02
COLO UNIVERSAL SVC CHARGE 0.01
EMERGENCY TELEPHONE SVC CHARGE (91 II o 45

Total Curr&nt Monthly Charges

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Monthly Activity
Start Stap Charges
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CALL WAITING INCLUDED
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CALL FORWARDING INCLUDED

EMPL MESSAGE CENTER 03/26/99 04/26/99 6 60

USWNVG EMPLOYEE MESSAGE CENTER DISCOUNT 03/26/99 04/25/99

CALLER 10 03/05/99 03/25/99

CALLER ID 03/26/99 04/25199

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TRAFFIC
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Air'Touch phone ;Balam:e Forward 261.69
.Current Monthly Cllarges
Your timely infor' . Monthly Service Packag:lls {See Detaill 86.44
mahan will be Airtime 0.00
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who will broadcast! OIlier Charges and Credits 20 1. &SCI
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(303) 941-0705
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Summary of Charges ~
CllI'rent Monthly Charges
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Air'time 0.00
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Taxes, rees & Gov't ChrQS F"DERAL EXCISE TAX 009
SALES TAX 0.17
FED UNIV sve FUND CHARGE o 03
EMERGENCY TELEPHONE SVC CHARGE {91'l 0.45

I Total Current Monthly Charges $3.68

Monthly ServICe Packages

Monthly Activity
Start Stop Charges
Data Date

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OALl WAITING INCLUDED
THREE WAY CALLING INCLUDED
CALL FQRWARDING INCLUDED

EMPL MESSAGE CENTER 02/26/99 03125/99 5.50

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