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PARKER, D.M.

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AGl!I:ICY ll.!li'ORTS'
LI'l:'tt,.E'!ON POLICE DEl'All.'nlEN'r:
MCA, D. A•

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I 'as .del,t4 at a"rOtl..I,1, IllS tbat Jeffersoo Co.ol, S.G. 'as


relPoAiltg to I 'Ibotl !Irad' c.11 at Col...I•• algi Sciool. ~YI.I! 'ad
Cpl.BoIltft r.spond.d. At tils tl.. ~fc. liel bad ar,leed aftd ad,ll.d
tiat ti", ,era A]iipl. lllpoctl lid .. HIple ,I,tl" atd Ill.t J,ff,o
,a' reql4,tll' oar SWAT alit. I ad,iltd Gllpatci t. pa,a oat SVll, "lei
'a' do.e at 1111. ! .rri,ad lbortl, ti,raftet. I "1 ld'llid by C.pt.i.
Imt,04g of Arapalule C"at, 5.0. tiat oar SIAl .lit 0' tia elostlt Old
tltt 'It's ,oar prQtl...• Ho Offered to preti.. adlillstratl"
assllta.... 19t. t.W.alaot a"I,.d aid I ..I !d,II.d 10 tail ch.r,. of
tho t••tleal 'Aitl as til, tlra d.,lo,.d. I tool a positiol 01 lia ,art
perletar, ,lItrl I ra! later jcilltd by Lt. 'lima•• of Arapahol l.n.. tt ,
8r••••••f L.ilwotd '1, ••d C.pt. OlliAta of Ot•••, P9. I '.1I1••d .t
tils '05t aotil sroand liGO, e~rdl,'li,g ti(li"l "IIO'S'1 bl ti.
tarioal a,ltl, _lItn I ret _lth cpl. l.lcliff Illidl thl uia I,tron,. to
h. hrilf.d hY hiJ, al< tl '$silt II C4ardll'lin, f,tthar llarch ,ff~ttl.
WI fir. ,,11,'14 .t app,oxilltal, 1100, ltd aft.r n",lding .1It1.od
r••l$ t. J.fl,rIOft Connll ,.rlo...l, .1 cll.rld lh. IC••• led ,"tarn"d to
Littl,tol PO "proxilit,l! lIGO.
H~ farther .clio. hy thil ~ffiel'.
Sgl.O.H.I"I., 159. Ol2111

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RATCLIFF

JC· 001·008703
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AGENCY llEPOB:rS:
LITTLETON POLICE DEPARTlllElIT:
MCA, D. A.

~iPpleltntal te~rl by C.l Ratcliff:


an "2'91 'al .bO'lI 1251 hom Oft hilltrlaad and I arrllad oa "a.. at
tololbina 81gb ~hool, V. tlra dlreclai 10 aa .r,a lIar Ihl frO'll ot IAa
ICbOli by Itt Pariar. V. lranl~rtld Ihe liiorily ot L19'1 SWal
.qui...nt.

~9t 'arltr aad ote Heal brlafad is 01 tbt clrrell siluatlol. I .as teal
leader for lPO's antrf teal. I tool ates. Vrat, Irauch, laal, 'flll aid
sutherlan4 aAd tI aada entry into tha school by tha door lOuth of tbe
nin .atrallCa at DOll! illS houn.
v, .. t ,itb a aenyar svaT taal ••d btga. a 'ta,eh of the liin "l',oy,
atteldtlee olfice, elassrools 10 tha lorth of th. aail hali, south of lhe
liil hall, aId tha lilh .nd sci...e ar••s.
ia locat.d aId .Yae«aled lao to 150 It,daals aId laaeha's. These ,.rsols
tlra lakan outsida of uHlig law Iftforce"ll pmlml,
v. secured frol oor aSli911aat b, ahOlt 1111 hours, Mo ,ddiliolal
iaforntloa, Cpl Iitc1iff, 012199.

JC.001-008704
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AGENCY Il.EPOIlTS'
LITTLE'tON POLlCE DEPAlI.'l:llElIT'
llACA. D. A.

SUPPLEMEMTAI IEPOIT af UFFICEI lOIEIO IIU% 0.-21-"


On 01-11-11 at a'cut 1110 M.s. I ••cle.td a Sial pagt to rttpCltd tc
I'
L.aoocd I•• aad Sc.plaret st. upcc arri.al It ..out IllD H.s. 1
start.d to s.t iP oor SIal Itlctiltc.s pnoa. 1 .as .d.lstd b, Cpl. IEII'
T1IlT llOold bt ia cbarge of tnt PHM aad our tIlUIFnat fcr ..!/OUalicos.
Tbt to,ipltat lal Stt " It,t tc COt o,r Patrol ulitl pariad 01 Sc.
oi.re. st. Abc,t t.o la"S llttr 1 '" Isltd to lO.t 111 aur ao.ipoeot
lIto tlla A"plnet Couat,s COlilld post Itniclt 'bieb liS pa.itd oa So.
PIEIC. ST. I ,as cOltacttd by co, of tbe fll agllts aId ad.lsld I las to
lal tba door to tb. cOII,od PQlt,al cIl, IClt "'9Itiato.s •••• t. ba
.1••d il. I lal at tbis p.st oatil tbt lacid,nt liS c.ar.
Ic f•• tha, aetlco by this Offiea. 16 IOIEIG lj 1'0%
01-11-11

JC- 001-008706
SUTHERLAND

JC.001.Q08101
... lOll ORIGINAL SEll:
AGENCY llllPOarll,
LIT'rtE'rON POLlCll DllPAlt'l'MElrr:
BACA. D. A.

SUPPLEMENT BY OFFICEI SUTBEILAI.:


On 141111 at approsll,tely IISI b4urs II'S piled, to Ilsist Jeff,o oa
a c,itical ineldfnt. I arriyad at LPn aad asslsted e,l Ratcliff fitb tba
IVAr ,ool,..nt. Cpl latc}111 aad I respo.ded to Coilibine I;Sh Scheol at
apprositately 1151 bou'l. Wa respoaded to the east side 01 the Ichool
te'e 1St Plrke" Ifc iren and Ofe BrlueB lere located. Ofo leal thll
'l19onded to Olr locatl.n IrOi Insida of tbt school atd w. w.ra brilfed
h, hll Ind Sgt. Parlar. 110 leal thll llad IS llSldl tha sciOli throlgh
an elst sldl door jost sOlth of tit lain IltrllCl. il tB11 lira II
cOlbet rith oelm sm. Ofc im lid I warl staged 01 I hllln, lid
two dOlble doors 01 tBI saco.d floor located 01 tbe sout' side of tif
hilidiftg.
Cpl, aohlll, Cpl Iiteillf, Ofc Nlal, Ole B'llch, aId Ole £1111 thin
ell,'ed the hlill" josl to the no,th 01 01' location. ie then Itartld
to clla, IIWl,al 1001ld rOOl1 on tBI slcood 1100r. Ve foua4 seY"ll
stud.nts end tlachers hidin! in seweral rools. Th., IIr. III ,Itt,d down
end ,soo,l,d out, !,.t door Vlre othe' ,01iol olfit.rs .e'l ,eldr to
"oc,ss tha••
Ie cleared all of tht 'OOIS th,t lI,e aSllgo,d to II, We ie'l
inforled that thl suspects ytr! dead lAd that the rlst of th. school liS
ellar. WI thlA 11ft thl bolldio!.
Nothing lu,th.r,
Slthl,land 9m..IIlIU _ _ _

Je.001.008708
WOOD, M.D •
. .. ,

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** roll. ORIGINAL Sl!E'
AGl!IiC'l REPORTS'
LITn.ETON POLICE DEPARTMENT'
BACA!t D. A.

SUPPLmHlll 8Y oFFIm ¥OOllI


up•• ,acai,i.g info,aatio. of a ~ssibl. shootl., i.ci64.t at
Colulbi~ High SCRool, I .IS assi,••4 10 oici-u" and l,aos~,1 all
."oliatl ..s .qui...nt to lilt leefte. toOl arrl,l.g at Leawo.d aId
S. Pim, st" I i••ediat.l, b.,ao mistin, Tactical officer .eal
1ft ''''irltl~ft for ntorill! tbe sc~.1. lealizin, that no C'itical
lacldenl COII.ad 'ost bad boea set up, I begla sttting u, I t,.,o"'y
c'itlOiI Iaciftat COHllld 'O$t u,h, Lilileloo 'olice loit mI.
aooo ,.Itio, u, • ,olllad .ost. I .Ith otc. Bac. bttao 10 iate"i•• a
subiKt .be Vi! Id.atified II 1M school o,ilel,.I, .r.
OeA,9tHI. Usia, a dry cbalk board, .t. OU"lelh coaphted a Icbeutie
dli9ra. of tie scbool for tattle.I tea. eDtry. I VIS Ih.. idorlfd of
cill reeei'ed vii cellular .boa. of a teacier .be ,.s t'....d iosid. tbe
11911,1 office ,iti six oth,r ta.cher'" .nt tlO studeals. I tbea b,tan
10 talk .itb Ih. leach." E'ie f,i"en v~ intor.td ., of all bulldiag
iaforlilioa aad ,o'sibl, locatio,s of vielils. I lalle4 will tli, tea,l.,
fot ..omililel, I hours as I Val also alSisting ia lilt e..,<Iin.tion of
eriti"l 1"i4..t posH,g, led tb, sel-op of tb. hutage 'fljolia!loes
lllepl~ne. I mistod Gle. aac. h d'lailill'l list! of .ossibh lUS.ecl(s).
as ••11 as possibl. wita.sses.
All" il ,as delerlfe.d Ilal ColOlbia. Hlgb $ehool .as ,l••t.d 01
futll.r SVS"CI(I), I millld ip ~ol1.,tioo of all c_od Posl
i,fo...tioa. Iab,ling SIlt, aM ghiag custody to Ofe. lac••
.. furtle, a'tioa by Ihls ofIicar.
1.0.1000 nOI Dllln

JC·001.008710
WIlXN, J.

JC.001-008111
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AGEIlCY REPORTS:
LITTLE'.rON l'OUCll DllPA1l'l:Ml!N'T:
BACA. D. A.

smUMEMT 8' OF( WiEH:


aa 142099 It mmilahlT Illlhrs I ,mi"d II pagt lor all SlAT
,ffi,ers to mpoftd to tht 1m of ColuobiAt High I.h.ol to mill
Jefferson C,upty SharHf's ~!plrllent wm • ,rilie.1 Ineidant. I
m;,.d It that louli.n It Ib.ut 1225hrs .od mta,ted ,gl 8laek. Sgt
8laek Gireeltd Ofe s",.h ..d w,.. l1 te ,ut tilh 5~t Parler .. lhe eut
sidt af seb001. Vt .et wm Sgt Parker ud ,.iled hr th. ,...inde, of
tbe ta•• ta ar,i,a. Alter the ."i'al of Cpl lateliff, afe E,••n, af,
Sulhe,la04 and cpl Du!.n, ,t 'tra Itt by af, ".1, wh' had pr.,i••sly
IOt".d ti. seboal wilh Itobers .f otb,r "p.rlttols. At approxllilhly
111511". ale ...1 led lit tUl iota tb. b.nding th'il<Igh a door .1 til
SClulhust sid' ,I Ihe l,ha.l. anee insidl, .. ttt wm .ffiee,s 1,01
aea,e, P.D. lod J.ff.rs.n C.uol,. Aflar I"eral lioul.s, Of, Sulhe,laod
Ind I,self ,.Iined h. aon", P.O. offiee" eOltring a ilIllwa, in the
soulhwul ""nt, 01 the sehno1 on Ihe moll<! fl.or. af, sutherlaod In«
I,self sll,ed It that p.siti•• fo' ."r In nour. Ya .Irl thto 'eooit.4
1m tile rut of the tea. at I.catio,. it tnll ti•• , I lSsist.d .m
eleari,g rom ... tne ..e...4 fl ... in the lOuthlast coroer. Ve fmd
nourous stu4ents lA4 teacnars hi«ing or locked i. the roolU. Om ..
fouo4 th.., I mish« io hIding tM Ivbj"ts t. I 400r .0 the east
si4e, ,he,. they ••" t.r••' ",r to otner officers.
! thu ftnt 'ith ll SV.\T II tn" clemd the eafeltria .,4
,anons ltel ,n the 10ftr tl r , Tne rest.f th. littleton ttll
,.Ii..
c..tinued to ,1m r.'u o. the " ...11 floor. I ti....t lith the teal
1M VI wer. 0.4erelI to cl.., and return to the
lvrtilt' action tlken. J.Vrtn 9192 112m
De,.,t..st. Mo

JC· 001-008712
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AGENCIES ASSISTING AT COLUMBINE INCIDENT

ARAPAHoe COUNTY
DENVER PO - DISTRICT 4, HOMICIDE, SWAT
LAKEWOOD PO
ARVADA
WHEATRIOGE PD
GOLDEN
WESTMINSTER
THORNTON PO I NORTHGLENN PO
COMMERCE CITY
BOUl.DER PO
BLACKHAWK
CENTRAL CITY
UTTLETONPO
SHERIDAN PO
GREENWOOD VILLAGE PO
COl.UMBINE PO
CBI
FBI
ATF
EDGEWATER PO
ENGLEWOOD PO
DOUGLAS CO
DEA/HloTA
COLORADO STATS PATROL
NAnONAl. GUARD
CORONER· BOULDER, ARAPAHOE CO, DENVER, JEFFERSON CO

JC.001-006714
TO: John Kiekbusch, Lieutenant
Investigations Division

FROM: J. T. Warren, Sergeant":) \...-'""-


Detention Division

DATE: Apri129,1999

SUBJECT: 99-7625

At your request, I contactedthe below listed agencies regarding their participationand


involvement in assisting our Officewith the Columbine situation on and after April 20, 1999.

These assigned agencies have either faxed reports, hand deliveredreports, or will provide reports
upon their completion to the Task Force Command Post.

Some of the reports were given to Lieutenant Walcher and some to a "Cadet." Other information
was provided to the Patrol Administrative Specialist, Pat Tomko.

This list is by agency and the contact person for them who coordinated the reports from their
agency.

AGENCY CONTACT PERSON PHONE

Adams County Lt. Grannis (303) 654-1850 X3303

Arapahoe County Lt. Lynn Spears (303) 795-4962


Marci Cain (303) 795-4719

Arvada Police Sgt. Gary Creager (303)421-2550 X3442

Blackhawk Police Sgt. Lloyd (303) 582-0503

Boulder County Capt. Shomaker (303) 441-3650

Boulder Police Cmdr. Joe Pelle (303) 441-3336


Sgt. Fred Gerhardt (303) 441-3312

Brighton Police Capt. Bob White (303) 659-3322

BroomfieldPolice MaureenTesta-Victim Svcs. (303) 438-6429


Mary Bridges-Dispatcher (303) 438-6400

Central City Police Chief Jim Saunders (303) 642-3310 JC_OO1-00S715


AGENCY CQNTACTPERSQN PHONE

C.B.I. Mark Wilson (303) 239-4300


Pager46 t -8240

Colorado StatePatrol Golden MajorJohn Wise (303) 273-1600


On scene-Capt. John Mitchell (303) 239-5779

Denver Police Capt.Tim Leary (303) 640-3541


Pager 613-0314

Douglas County Capt. Bill Walker (303) 660-7546

Edgewater Police Del. Dan Kelugh (303) 235-0500

Englewood Police Sgt. Tom Scheider (303) 762·2460

GilpinCounty SheriffBruceHartman (303) 582·1060

GoldenPolice Capt. Reffel (303) 384-8031

Lakewood Police Sgt. DonGirson (303) 987- mI


Littleton Police SteveJohnson (303) 795-3891

Westminster Police Cressman (303) 430-2400 X2705

Wheatridge Police LI. Jack Chism (303) 235-2907

RI Schools Joe Schallmoser (303) 982·2446

JC- 001-008716
NAME AGENCY DAY TIME DUTIES

Wayne Bryant Alvada PO 1 1300 University Hospital


Chuck Marshall Arvada PO 1 13Q0 University Hospital
Sue Gaetano Arvada PO 1 13Q0 51. Anll1ony's Hospital
Jim NelsO<'l Alvada PO 1 13Q0 St An1l1Ony's Hospital
Mark Greubel Arvada PO 1 130Q.P~eterllnterviews
Sgt. Gary Kraej;er Alvada PO 1 1250 Interviewsl1.eawood
Commander Debbie iJl'ainger Arvada PO 1 1250 Interv/ews.'Leawood
Sgt. Ray Booras Alvada?O 1 1250 Perimeter/Interviews
Jim Vonderohe Alvada PO 1 1300 Critical Incident Team
Russ Boatwright . Alvada PO 1 1300 Criticallnddenl Team
arian Thompsoo Arvada PO 1 1300 Criticallncident Team
Stave Adams Arvada PO 1 1300 Lab
John 0011 Alvada PO 1 1300 Perimeternnterviews
Oan Johnson Aurora F'O 1 1600 Thermal/mag/ng
scee Wygal'lt DEA 1 1600 Thermal Imaging
Larry Gillotti DEA 1 1600 Thermal Imaging
Mike Pooe DEA 1 1335 Investigation
Todd Gregory DEA 1 1335 Invesligalilln
John Sinkovieh DEA 1 1600 Thermallmagil1g
Patrick Welsh Westminster PO 1 1300 Public Il1iormatlon
Jaeki Tallman Westminster PO 1 1300 !"ublleInformation
Dan Mayer WestminsterPO 1 1300 Public Information
Joe Hastlngs WestminsterPO 1 1300 IflterviewsiLeawood
Mike Sa" We$tm1nster PO 1 1300 Interviews/Leawood
Sgt. Mike Kampf Westminster PO 2 700 Pelimeter
Sgt. Gene Beespflug WestminsterPO 2 700 Pelimeter
SSt. Tim Cartson Westminster F'O 2 700 !"erlmeler
Sgt. Bob Darting WestminsterPO 2 700 Perimeter
Sgt Jim Buckner WestminsterPO 2 700 Perimeter
SPO Rance Okada WestminsterPO 2 700 Perimeter
SPO Dean Villano Westminster PO 2 700 Perimeter
SPO Dave Lester Westminster PO 2 700 Perimeter
SPO Wayne Read W<!stminster PO 2 700 Perimeter
SPO Tim Torres Westminst<!r PO 2 700 Perimeter
SPO Scott LaChance Westminster PO 2 700 Perimeter
K-9 Brian Hempeimann WestminsterPO 2 700 Perimeter
Scott Watson Blackllawk PO 1 1750 Perlmeler
Sieve LarsDn Blackhawk PD 1 2200 Penrneter
Lt. Tarry Krelle CenlraJ City PO 2 1700 Perimeter
Chiel Jim Saunders Central City I'D 2 1700 Perimeter
Bruce Davis Greenwood Village PO 2 Lab Tech
Red LiDis Greenwood Village PO 1 Victim Assistance
Lt. Pellony Edgewater PO 1 1140 Perimeter
Oat. Fowle Edgewater PO 1 1140 Perimeter
Del. Keleugh Edgewater PO 1 1300 CriticalIncident Team
;hlel Russ Cook Golden PO
-';ommanderAI Reffel Golden PO

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Sgl. John Watson Golden PO
Sgl. Bob T Orlora Golden PO
1391. Dave FllI'Iey Golden PO
lnv. Conde KJoberdans Golden PO
lnv. Kim Hunter Golden PO
inv, Steve Holmes Golden PO
Commander ChuckBaker- CommerceCity PO 1 162G-SWAT
Sgt. Randy Long Commeroe City PO 1 1620 SWAT
Sgt, Chuck Saunier Commerce City PO 1 1620 SWAT
Sgt. Nick Samueis CommerceCity PO 1 1620 SWAT
Del. Kendall Grove CommerceCity PO 1 1620 SWAT
Del. Mark Morgart CommerceCity PO 1 1620 SWAT
Off. Ray Hernandez CommerceCity PO 1 1620 SWAT
Off. Rob McCoy CommerceCity PO 1 1620 SWAT
Off. Dave Cubbage CommerceCity PO 1 1620 SWAT
Off. Dave Hemingway CommerceCity PO 1 1620 SWAT
Off. AJbert Rios Commerce Cily PO 1 16Z0 SWAT
Off. Wayne Gfllnger Commerce City PO 1 1620 SWAT
Division ChietTom Vandermee Engl_PO 1 1345 SWAT
Lt Steve Knell Englewood PC 1 1345 SWAT
S91. Gary Cendreay Englewcod PO 1 1345 SWAT
Sgl. Jeff Sanohez EnglewoOd PO 1 1345 SWAT
Sgt. Tom Scheider EnglewoOd PO 1 1345 SWAT
Sgt Sam Watson EnglewoOd PO 1 1345 SWAT
Off. Ted Atkinson engl_PC 1 1345 SWAT
Off. Sarry Cape EnglewoOd PO 1 1345 SWAT
Del. George Claney Engl_PO 1 1345 SWAT
Del. Tim Englert Engl_PO 1 1345 SWAT
Del. Kelly Martin Englewood PO 1 1345 SWAT
Off. Mark McKay Engl_PO 1 1345 SWAT
Del. Scott Osgood Englewood PO i 1345 SWAT
Off. Kevin Sage Engiewood PO 1 1345 SWAT
Off, Parry Sehellplelfer Engl_PO 1 1345 SWAT
Firemedic Laura veios Engi_PO 1 1345 SWAT
Firemedic JOM Wiegel Englewood PC 1 1345 SWAT
Neg, Shem Chtlslensen Engl_PC 1 1345 SWAT
Neg. George Godoy Engl_PD 1 1345 SWAT
Neg, Reid McGrath Englewood PO 1 1345 SWAT
Lt. Doug Darr Adams County SO 1 1700 SWAT
Lt. Paul Siska Adams County SO 1 1700 Support. Neg.
Sgt. Mark Kinnear Adams Counly SO 1 1700 SWAT
Sgt. Robert Mapie Adams Counly SO 1 1700 SWAT
Sgl. Terry To/dness Adams County SO 1 1700 SWAT
Dep, David !\lgo Adams County SO 1 1700 SWAT
Oep. Sammy Colwell Adams County SO 1 1700 SWAT
Dep RObert Fuller Adams County SO 1 1700 Support. Neg.
Dep. Steve Hollon Adams County SO 1 1700 SWAT .
Del. Harold Lawson Adams County SO 1 1700 SWAT
Del. MIChael Lel<lc Adams County 50 1 ~ 700 SWAT· OoeuJphoto

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De!. Carol Mai Adams Coonty SO 1 1700 Support- Neg.
Maria McGrane Adams County SO 1 1700 oOClorlvolunteer
Del. Mike Mcintosh Adams Ccunty SO 1 1700 SWAT
Oap. Riel< McNair Adams Ccunty SO 1 1700 SWAT
Oep. Rick ReigenoOtn Adams Ccunty SO 1 1700 SWAT
Oep. Sieve Tringl Adams County SO 1 1700 Support-N89-
Del. Ric:k WiUibey Adams County SO .1 1700 Stlpport • Neg.
Del Colleen McGuir& Wheat Ridge PO 1 1230 Perimeter
Ll Jack Chism Wheat Ridge PO 1 1230 Perimeter
Del. Paula Balafus Wheat Ridge PO 1 1230 Perimeter
Off. Kevin ArmSlrQng WheatRidge PO 1 1230 Critical Incident Team
Del. John PicKett Wheat Ridge PO 1 1230 Critical Incident Team
Del. Peggy Rowlett Wheat Ridge PO 1 1230 Lall Tech
Del. Manty<;h Wheat Ridge PO 1 1230 Lab Tech
Chief Greg Bowman Columbine VaHey PO 1 1135 Perimeter
Columbine Valley PO 1135 Perimeter
Oap. Riel< Stevens GilpinCounty SO 2 1030 Perimeter
Oep. Barry Wood GilpinCounty SO 2 1030 Perimeter
MedicalTech Garland GilpinCounty SO 2 1030 Perimeter
Ll. Leroy Cross Thomlon/NortI'1glenn 1 1645 SWAT
S91 John Vermilye Thornton/Northglenn 1 1645 SWAT
Lt Leri Moriarty ThomtonlNortI'1glenn 1 1645 NegotialorlCommand
Sst Rick Holman Thornton/Northglenn 1 1645 SWAT
Off. Steve Chin ThornlonlNortI'1glenn 1 1645 SWAT
Det. Brad 8ar1<ley Thornton/NOrthglenn 1 1645SWAT
Oet Karl Scherck ThomtoniNortI'1glenn 1 1645 SWAT
Off. Jim May ThomtonlNortI'1glenn 1 1645SWAT
Off. Scott Hopkins ThorntonlNortI'1glenn 1 1645SWAT
Off. Shane Hendrixson Thomton/Northglenn 1 1645 SWAT
Off. John Maldonado Thomton/Northglenn 1 1645 SWAT
Sgt. Troy Smith ThOrnton/Northglenn 1 1645CMsis Action
Off. Jerry Peters ThornloniNorthglenn 1 1645 Crisis Action
Off. Greg Reeves Thomlon/Northglenn 1 1645 Crisis Action
oet. Marl< QUintana ThomtonlNorthglenn 1 1645 Crisis Action
Del. Kurt 8ames ThomtonlNorthglenn 1 1645 Crisis Action
Off. Jeremy Sloan ThomtonlNorthglenn 1 1645CrisisAction
Off. Gemard oonin ThomtonlNorthglenn 1 1645 Crisis Action
Off. Fred Kitchens ThomloniNorthglenn 1 1645SniperiObservers
Off. Ron Osgood Thornton/Northglenn 1 1645 SniperiObservers
Off. Scott Hughes ThomtonlNorthglenn 1 1645 SniperiObservers
Off. Chris Owen ThomlonlNorthglenn 1 1645SniperlObservers
SSA DwayneFuselier Fal 1 1235 Command !"ost
SSA Ronald Knight Fal 1 1250 Command !"ost
SA Greg Sexton Fal 1 1250 Bomb Technicien
SA Mark Hollslaw 1'81 1 1330 Hostage Neg.
SA Gary Gomez FBI 1 1330 Hostage Neg.
SA MichaelWyatt Fal 1 1300 Equipment
SA John May FBI 1 1300 Equipment
SA Michael Wench FBI 1 1330 Intelligence

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SA Nicl< Vanicelli FBi 1 13:.10 inteliigence
SA Phil Watens FBI 1 1330Technicians
SA Kent Bosch FBi 1 13:.10 Techniclans
SA Michael Castro FBi 1 1345 SWAT
SA JOMjlh Schwecl<e FBI 1 1345 SWAT
SA Kevin Knierim FBI 1 1345 SWAT
SA Rues A1anasio FBI 1 1345 fJlNAT
SA KevinTheede FBi 1 1345 SWAT
SA Marco Cordero FBI 1 1345 SWAT
SA Kevin FlOre FBI 1 1345 SWAT
SA JosephAirey FBI 1 1345 SWAT
SA Ted Faul FBI 1 1345 SWAT
SA Richard Gili FBI 1 1345 SWAT
SA Scott Eicher FBI 1 1345 SWAT
SA Clytie Langley FBI 1 1345 SWAT
FBI 1 1700 Evidence Response ream
FBI 1 1700 Evidence Response Team
FBI 1 1700 !:vidence Response Team
FBI 1 1700 Evidence Response Team
FBI 1 1700Evidence Response Team
FBI 1 1700Evidence Response Team
FBI 1 1700 Evidenca Response Team
FBI 1 1700 Evidence Response Team
FBI 1 1700 Evidence Response Team
Off. Daphne Baca Ultieton PO 1 1140 PoliceOfficer
Off. Mike Wood ~iltlelon PO 1 1140 Police Officer
Sgt Doug Parker UtlletonPO 1 1151 SWATCoordination
Cpl. Greg Sohlen Littleton PO 1 1137 SWAT
Off. Chel Neal LiltietonPO 1 1152 SWAT
Sgt Sill Slack UttietonPO 1 1200 SWATCommand
Commander Sob Brandt ~ittlelon PO 1 1150 SWAT Command
Det. Angela Srauch Ul1letonPD 1205 SWAT
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Cpl. MiChael Kelley LiltletonPO 1 1225 SWAT
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Off. Mike Eyman UltIetonPD 1 1255 SWAT
Cpl. Sean Dugan UltletonPO 1245 SWAT
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Capt. Bob Anmslrong Arapahoe County SO 1 1135 ACSO IIC
Capt. Marl< Campbeli Arapahoe County SO 1 1130ACSO DE? VC
Lt, BruceWilliamson Arapahoe County SO 1 1130 SRU Commander
Ll John Sheppard Arapahoe Cou~,ty SO 1 1204Assisted Command Post
U. WayneTaylor Arapahoe County SO 1 1135 Assisted Command Post
Sgt. Ray Torrez Arapahoe County SO 1 1135 CP/Evacua!on
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Sgt. Joe Dempsey Arapahoe County SO 1 1145 Bomb Technician
Sgl. Rich Euchler Arapahoe County SO 1 1200 Bomb Technician
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Sgt. Terry Reibeling Arapahoe County SO 1 1230SRU
Sgt. Louie Perea Arapahoe County SO 1 1230SRU
Sgt. Rick Schiefelbein Arapahoe County SO 1 1130 Evacuation
Sgt Ron Beatty Arapahoe County SO 1 120ljL<lll/Evidence
Sgt. Jeny Hoban Arapahoe County SO 1200Assisted Command Post
lnv. Dan Davis Arapahoe County SO 1 1200 Bomb Technician
Inv Archie Singl<;lon Arapahoe County SO 1 1200 BombTechnician
Inv. Jeff Brnegarn Arapahoe County SO 1 1130 BombTechnician
Inv. Tom Albershardt Arapahoe County SO 1 1200 SRU
Inv.Slli Winegar Arapahoe County SO 1 1130 SRU
Inv. Jim Taylor Arapahoe County SO 1 11 SO Evacuation
Inv. Sieve Thone Arapahoe County SO •• 1200 BombTechnician
Dep. Lany Eihelid'ge Arapahoe County SO 1 1400SRU
Deputy Bruce Pelet'SOn Arapahoe County SO 1 1140 SRU
Dep. Mark Ortler Arapahoe County SO 1 1215SRU
Deputy Sleven Binks Arapahoe County SO 1 1230SRU
Deputy Jason BaccI'! Arapahoe County SO 1 1300SRU
Deputy Mike Cooksey Arapahoe County SO 1 1350SRU
Deputy Sean Dennis Arapahoe County SO 1 1300SRU
DeputyTodd Fechner Arapahoe County SO 1 1250 SRU
DeputyChris George Arapahoe County SO 1 1415 SRU
DeputyMike McKenzie Arapahoe County SO 1 1215SRU
Deputy Mike Claxton Arapahoe County SO 1 1130 Traffic
DeputyJan Wight Arapahoe County SO 1 1200 Assisted Command Post
Oeputy Pete Mills Arapahoe County SO 1 1300 SRU
DeputyBill Oliver Arapahoe County SO 1 1250 SRU
Oeputy Don Swanborn Arapahoe County SO 1 1330 SRU
CeputyTammyTwomtlly Arapahoe County SO 1 1300 SRU
CeputyAI K'lCId Arapahoe County SO 1 1145 Evacuation
CeputyKit Nelson Arapahoe County SO 1 1130 PerimelerfTraffic
CeputyWayne Beiohlavy Arapahoe County SO 1 1130 Traffic/Bomb
Ceputy Marl< Paskey Arapahoe County SO 1 1130 Evacuation
DeputyRick Sheets Arapahoe County SO 1 1130 Traffic
Deputy Can Dugdale Arapahoe County SO 1 1200 Assisted Command Post
Ms. Diane Cloyd Arapahoe County SO 1 1730 Lab/Evidence
Mr. Tom Adair Arapahoe County SO 1 1730 Lab/Evidence
Ms. Laura DeLong Arapahoe County SO 1 1700 Lab/Evidence
Mr. Tony Gallardo Arapahoe County SO 1 1700 lab/Evidence
Mr. AI Sprigg Arapahoe Co"nty SO 1 1730 Lab/Evidence
Chief Bill Pessamier LlllIalon FD 1 1140 Fire/EMS
DeputyChief Chuck Burdick Lilllaten FD 1 1130 Fke!EMS
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OAC Mike Berg WestMetro 1"0 1 1145 EMS
AC Gary Armstrong West Metro FD 1 1145 EMS
ll. Red Tyus West Metro FD 1 1145EMS
Eng. i1m Vangordon West Metro FD 1 1145 EMS
FFi? Alan Ingraham West Metro FD 1 1145EMS
FFi? Rich Klein West Metro FD 1 1145 EMS
FFIP Mike Frainier West Metro 1"0 1 1145 EMS
AFM Mike Jool1$ton Weal. Metro Fe 1 1145 EMS
FFIP Bob Hebert Wast Metro FD 1 1145 EMS
FFIP Mike Duplan West Metro Fe 1 1145 EMS
AFMiP Oat Whitney West Metro Fe 1 1145 EMS
Lt. Tom Renolds west Metro Fe 1 1145 EMS
Eng. RandyWytuika West Metro 1"0 1 1145 EMS
FF FrancisWilson West Metro FD 1 1145 EMS
FFIPTravis Miller West Metro Fe 1 1145 EMS
FFIP Chal1ie Wah West Metro 1"0 1 1145 EMS
FFi? Steve Komegay West Metro I'D 1 1145EMS
floxborough Chief PatPlampin West Metro 1"0 1 1145 EMS
O,C Brian Daley West Metro 1"0 1 1145 EMS
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Bob Matiin WestMe!!"o Fe 1 1145 EMS
1"10 Cindy MaIll1ews WestMeU'O FD 1 1145 EMS
Cahplain Sill Guindon West Melto Fe 1 1145 eMS
Lot Ken Walker WestMetro Fe 1 1145 eMS
Lot Mike Good WestMetroFe 1 1145 EMS
Eng. Doug Schmotzer WestMeU'O Fe 1 1145et7S
1"10 Kimberly Thomas West Me1l'O Fe 1 1145 eMS
Eng. PhU Holland West MeU'O Fe 1 1145 eMS
AFMIl" Jeremy Mett WestMeU'O Fe 1 1145 eMS
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DaveWatson Englewood Fe 1 1145 EMS
RichardEdison Englewood FD 1 1145 EMS
Brian Ribble Sheridan Fe 1 1145 EMS
Sheldon Padilla Sheridan Fo 1 1145 EMS
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Todd Parson DenverHeallh Medical Center
Clay Debronyi DenverHealth Medical Canter
Tom Crlbley DenVlll' Health Medical Cenler
JimWamer DenverHealth Medical Center
Kevin Sllrow DenverHealth Medical Center
Todd Beirne DenVlll' Health Medical Canter
Robert Montoya DenverHealth Medical Csnler
Troy Laman Denver Health Medical Center
Chris Mackftn DenverHealth Medical Center
~nnis Hollister Denver Health Medical Centsr
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Brian Fox Pricemarl< Ambulance ~ 1145 EMS
Kevin Cariso" Pric.amarl< Ambulance 1 1145 EMS
OaVBOa'NSOn F'ricemari< Ambulance 1 1145 EMS
Jeff Flasscheon Pricemarl< Ambulance 1 1145 EMS
MathewPrirl9 F'ricemari< Ambulance 1 1145 EMS
Steven Whitehead Pric.emarl<. Ambulance 1 1145 EMS
Dave Lehman Pric.emark Ambulance 1 1145 EMS
J. P. Harris F'r1damark Ambulance 1 1\45 EMS
Justin Harper F'ridemark Ambulance 1 1145EMS
Eammon Dolan Pridamari< Ambulance 1 1145 EMS
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Tanya Dicamillo Pridernark Ambulance 1 1145 EMS
Barb Eagleman PMdemark Ambulance 1 1145 EMS
Jerrod FirebaU9h Pridemark Ambulance 1 1145 EMS
Sheryl Wendt PMdemari\ Ambulance 1 1145 EMS
Capt. Tom Shomaker Boulder County SO 1 1745 SWAT
LlJIm Smith Boulder County SO 1 1745 SWAT
Sgt Jeff Hern:lry Boulder CountY SO 1 f745'"SWAT
Sgt. Tom Sican Boulder County SO 1 1745 SWAT
Sgt. Pat Haugss Boulder County SO 1 1745 SWAT
$gt Rlck Brough Boulder County SO 1 1745 SWAT
$gt Dan Barber Boulder County SO 1 1145 SWAT
Sgt Mike Dimond Boulder County SO 1 1745 SWAT
Sgt. Tom MCGraltl Boulder County SO 1 1745 SWAT
Sgt. Owlght Hin BoulderCounty SO 1 1745 SWAT
Sgt. Guy Coshall Erie PO 1 1745 SWAT
Oet. Brian Llndssy Boulder County SO 1 1745 SWAT
Del. TIm l.ynch BoulderCounty SO 1 1745 SWAT
Off. Jon Shiels BoUlder County SO 1 1745 SWAT
Off. GardnerMendenhall Latiayelle PO 1 1745 SWAT
Paramedic John MicI1ael Soulder County SO 1 1745 SWAT
Paramedic Harvey Boulder County SO 1 1745 SWAT
Spec. Servo Tech. Jim Andrews BbuJder County SO 1 1745SWAT
Dec. Rooert Funston El Paso County SO Gore 900 Gore
Dep. Tim Brumer El Paso County SO Gore 900 Gore
Dec. Brian livingstone 8 Paso County SO Gore 900 Gore
Dec. Ron Reeves E! Paso County SD Gore 900 Gore
Dec. Dave Yarnrcugh El Paso County SO Gore 900 Gore
Dee. Jon Mueller 8 Paso County SO Gore 900 Gore
Dee. Tcny Scheib EIPaso County SO Gore SOO Gore
Dec. Mike Haley EI Paso County SO Gore 900 Gore
Oep. Ken Larsen Ei Paso County SO Gote SOO Gore
Cmdr. Joe Pelle BoulderPO 1 1730 SWAT
Cmdr. Sullenberger BoulderPO 1 1730 SWAT
Sgt. Gerhardt Boulder PO 1 1730 SWAT
Sgt. Tom Wickman BouiderPO 1 1730 SWAT
Off, Nathan Vasquez BoulderPO 1 1730 SWAT
Off. Jeff Kessler Boulder PO 1 1730 SWAT
Off, Brad Frederklng BoulderPO 1 1730 SWAT
Off. Mark Herrlnghou$ BoulderPO 1 1730 SWAT
Off. seen Moms Boulder PO 1 1730 SWAT
Off. Pat Wyton Boulder PD 1 1730 SWAT
Off. Rich Oenig Boulder PO 1 1730 SWAT
Off. Rick French Soulcer PO 1 1730 SWAT
Off. Mike Cody Boulder PD 1 1730 SWAT
Off. DaMn Joke BoulderPO 1 1730 SWAT
Off. Greg Lebre BoulderPO 1 1730 SWAT
Off. SUI Paimer BoulderPO 1 1730 SWAT
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Off. Larry Gibson BoulderPO 1 1730SWAT
Off. Mary Manka BoulderPO 1 1730SWAT
Off. Vicki ~snahan BoulderPC 1 1730SWAT
Chief R. Sample Sheridan PO 1 1145Command Post
Command....Murray Sheridan PO 1 1145Wadsworthl1<en Caryl
Off. UndelWOOd" Sheridan PO 1 1145 'i'Tadsworthl1<en Caryl
Off. Troy Ostby Sheridan PO 1 1145Wadsworthl1<en Caryl
Ll. CommanderJ.L lantomo Sheridan PO 1 1145 WadsworthlKen Caryl
Sgt. T. Bruton Sheridan PO 1 1300 9351 Cougar Road
Off. J. Siskar Sheridan FlO 1 1300 9351 C""ga, Read
Res. Off. O. Perry Sheridan PO 1 1300 9351 Cougar Read
Det. Greg Miller Sheridan PO 1 1132 8275 S. Reed
Del. Paul Wszotek Sheridan PO 1 11328275 S. Reed
Oet. GeiersonWheeldon Sheridan PO 1 11328276 S. Reed
Del. Stan Connally Lakewood PO 1 1300 8276 S. Reed
Ll. Col. Cae Colorado Slate Patrol 1 1145 Command Post
Major John W",e ColoradoState Patrol 1 1145 Command Post
Tech. Jeff Goodwin Colorado State PalnOl 1 1145 Traffic
Trooper Ed Gawkowskl Colorado Stale Patrol 1 1145 Traffic
S9t Torgers<lt\ Colorado Stale PalnOl 1 1400 Perimeter
Trooper Game' Colorado Stale Patrol 1 1400 Perimeter
Trooper Oriscol Colorado State Patrol 1 1400 Perimeter
Trooper Leyba ccloraec State Patrol 1 1400 Perimeter
Trooper Wei9 Colorado State Patrol 1 1400 Perimeter
Trooper C. Gallegos Colorado State Pa!rel 1 1400 Perimeter
Trooper M. Wmlams Colorado State Patrol 1 1400 Perimeler
Trooper Orton Colorado Slale Patrol 1 1400 Perimeter
Treoper Belmont COlorado Stale Patrol 1 1400 Perimeter
Trooper Slatner Colorado Slale Patrol 1 1400 Perimeter
Trooper Waters Colorado State Patrol 1 1400 Perimeter
Sgt. Sellinge, Coionado Slate PatrOl 1 2200 Perimeter
Trooper Herrington Celonado State Patrol 1 2200 Perimeter
Trooper Riley Celorado Slale Patrol 1 2200 Flerimaler
Trooper Griscavage Celorado State Patrol 1 2200 Perimaler
Corponal Graziano Coionado State Patrol 1 2200 Perimaler
Trooper Kraft ColoradoSlate PalnOl 1 2200 Perimeter
CorpOfal Stormer ColoradoSlate PalnOl 1 2200 Perimeter
Trooper Doyle ColoradoSlate Patrol 1 2200 Perimeter
Trooper Hancock Colorado State Patrol 1 2200 Perimeter
Trooper Schwanke ColoradoSlale Patrol 1 2200 Perimeter
Trooper Kane Colorado State Patrol 1 2200 Perimeter
Trooper EIdJ1dge COlorado Slate Patrol 1 2200 Perimeter
Trooper Santelli ColoradoState Patrol 1 2200 Perimeter
Technician Allison ColoradoSlate Patrol 1 2200 Perimeter
Technician Bannister Colonado State Patrol 1 2200 Perimeter
Sgt. Gilbert ColoradoSlate Patrel 2. 600 Perimeter
Trooper Gill ColoradoSlate Patrol 2. 600 Perimeter
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Trooper Sisco Coiofado StatePatrol 2 600 Perimeter
TrooperScot! Colorado StatePatrol 2 600 Perimeter
Corporal Wolflnl:>arger Coiofado StatePatrol 2 600 Perimeter
Trooper Gilmore Coiofado StatePatrol 2 600 Perimeter
TrooperBom . Coiofado Slate Patrol 2 600 Perimeter
Corporal Kemper Colorado StatePatrol 2 600 Perimeter
TrooperZeller Colorado StatePatrol 2 600- Perimeter
TrooperCarter Colorado StatePatrol 2 600 Perimeter
TrooperHavens Colorado SlatePatrol 2 600 Perimeter
Technician Cond.... COlorado StatePatrol 2 600 Perimeter
Technician Seaman Colorado StatePatrol 2 600 Perimeter
TrooperDominguez Colorado StalePatrol 2 600 Perimeter
5gt Meredllh Colorado Stale Patrol 1 1400 Command Post
Capt Jcdy Will Colorado StatePatrol 1 2200 Command Post
Sgl. Ron Woods Colorado Stale Patrol 2 600 Command Post
Division Chief13, Whit1rnln Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 Command Post
Capt 0, O'Havre Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 Command Post
Sgt M. Anderson Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 Command Post
Capt M. O'Neili Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 Command·InnerPerimeter
Lt. S. Cooper Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 Command Post
Off, J, Hart Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 Traffic/Perimeter
Off. J, Mohilghan Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 TraffiCiPerimeter
Sgt. L, Subia Denver Police Department 1 1200 TrafficiPerimeter
Off, D. Wiley Denver Police Department 1 1200 TrafficiPerimeter
Off. J. Avendano Denver Police Department 1 1200 TrafflclPerimeter
Sgt. P. Diaz Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 Traffic/Perimeter
Sgt. 0, Fisher Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 TrafficlPerimeter
Off. J. Brake Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 TrafficlPerimeler
Off. T. Voitel Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 TrafficIPerimeler
Off. B. Gallegos Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 TrafficIP""meter
Off. 0, Creason Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 TraffiC/Perimeter
ChiefTom Sanchez Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 Command Post
Assistant Chiel Abrams Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 Command Post
Sgt W. Hoffi'nan Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 TrafficIPerimeter
Off. D. Swedlund Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 TrafficIPerimeter
Off. R. Dennison Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 Traffic/Perimeter
Capt G. Leulhauser Denver Police Department 1 1200 Leawood Elementary
~L T, Wheeler Denver P<llice Department 1 1200 Staging
S9!. D. Marker Denver Police Department 1 1200 Staging
Sg!. 5, Spenard Denver Police Department 1 1200 TrafficIPeMmeter
Sgt. J. Goodfellow Denver Police Department 1 1200 Trafflc/Ponmeter
Off. D. Alverson Denver Police Department 1 1200 TrafflclPeMmeter
Off. J. Pieratt Denver Police Department 1 1200 Traffie/Perimeter
Off. K. GaUasso Denver POlice Department 1 1200 TrafficIPerimeter
Off. K. Peterson Denver Police Department 1 1200 TrafflclPerimeter
Off 8. Rhodes Denver Police Department 1 1200 Traffic/PoMmeler
Off. J. Campoell Denver Police Depa.-unent 1 1200 TrafficIPerimeler
Off. P. Baca Denver Police Department 1 1200 TrafflcIPerimeter
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Off. R. Royal Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 Traffic:lPerimeter
Off. L. Miller Denver PoliCe Department 1 1200 Traffic:lPerimeter
Off. O. Sanchez DenverPolice Department 1 1200 Trafflc:lPerimeter
Off. S. Rickard DenverPolice Department 1 1200 Traffic:lPerimeler
Off. J. Castro DenverPolice Department 1 1200 Traffic:lPerimeler
Off. C. Steinke DenverPolice Department 1 1200 Traffic:lPerimeter
Off A. Sanchez DenverPolice Department 1 1200 TrafllciPerimeler
Lt. A. Ryan DenverPolice Department 1 1215
Sgt.G.Gt_ DenverPollca Department 1 1215
Sgt. W. Orten DenverPolics Department 1 1215
Sgt. M. Drajem DenverPolice Department 1 1215
SlOt. Pinder DenverPolica Department 1 1215 Scribe· Captain sandoval
Capt. Sandoval DenverPolice Department 1 1215 Command·Outer Perimeter
Sgt. D. Jones DenverPolice Department 1 1210 Supel'liSil Oetedives
Capt. Collier Denver Police Department 1 1335 Intelligence
Off. Lindel DenverPolice Department 1 1345 Supplies
Off. Chastain DenverPolice Department 1 1400 Verifyooter Assignments
Lt Kreiger DenverPolice Department 1 1400 BombSquad
Off. Depew DenverPolice Department 1 1410 Suspect intcrmation
Capt. GaUagher DenverPolice Department 1 1421 Trafllc
Off. Kelly Denver Police Department 1 1450 Informallon
Capt. Leary DenverPolice Department 1 1200 With Lt, Liekbusch
Off. PolfOrd DenverPoliCll Department 1 1200 OuterPerimeter
Off. Hobart DenverPolice Department 1 1200 OuterPerimeter
Off. McNulty DenverPolica Department 1 1200 OuterPerimeter
Off. Gunn DenverPolica Department 1 1200 OuterPerimeter
Off. McCoy Denver Police Department 1 1200 Olller Perimeter
Off. Smolka DenverPolice Depar'.ment 1 1200 Olller Perimeter
Off.OlillUko DenverPolice Department 1 1200 O"ter Perimeter
Off. Newsome DenverPolice Department 1 1200 Coter Perimeter
Off. Kr!lUzer DenverPolice Department 1 1200 OuterPerimeter
Off. Palka DenverPolice Deoartment 1 1200 OuterPerimeter
I'<es. Off. Velez DenverPolica Department 1 1200 OuterPerimeter
Res. oe. ROdrigoez DenverPolice Department 1 1200 OuterPerimeter
Off. S. Gaon DenverPolice Department 1 1200 O"ter Perimeter
SlOt. L""Y DenverPolice Department 1 1200 Ollter Perimeter
Off. PatTO DenverPolice Department 1 1200 OuterPerimeter
Off. Keating DenverPolics Department 1 1200 OoterPerimeter
Off. Rcggeman DenverPolice Department 1 1200 OuterPerimeter
Off. R. Damrilt DenverPolice Department 1 1200 Ollter Perimeter
Off. R. Thomas Deriver PoliceDepartment 1 1200 OoterPerimeter
Sgt. B. Deasy DenverPoliceDepartment 1 1200 OUler Perimeter
Off. Gilbert DenverPoliceDepartment 1 1200 Ooter Perimeter
Sgt. M. Buckley DenverPoliceDepartment 1 1:230 Leawood Eiementary
Off. T. Kelly DenverPoliceDepartment 1 1:230 Leawood Elementary
Off. J. Mail' DenverPoliceDepartment 1 1:230 Leawood Elementary
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Off. Gann Denver Police Department 1 1230 Leawood Elementary
Off. Roggman Denver Polioe Department 1 1230 Leawood Elementary
Off, E, Slea Denver Polioe Department 1 1230 Leawood Elementary
Off, Pazen Denver PoIiee Department 1 1230 Leawood Elementary
Off, Pfannkuck Denver Police Department 1 1230 Leawood Elementary
Off, R, Parl<s Denver PoIIoe Department 1 1230-0uterPerimeter
Off, Disbrow Denver Police Department 1 1230 OuterPerimeter
Off. Dolan Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1230 OuterPerimeter
Off, Zipperle Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1230 Outer Perimeter
Off, Monloya Denver Police Department 1 1230 OuterPerimeter
Off. Elbeck Denver PoliceDepartment 1 1230 OuterPerimeter
Off, Powers Denver Police Department 1 1230 Outer Perimeter
Off, Macl<enna Denver Polioe Department 1 1230 Outer Perimeter
Off,Greene Denver Police Department 1 1230 OuterPerimeter
Ll Green Denver Police Department 1 1230 Outer Perimeter
CiiKlet 6, Saltzman Denver Police Department 1 1230 Outer Perimeter
Off, J, 6ntlon Denver Police Deoartment 1 1230 Outer Perimeter
Off, M, Hobart Denver Police Department 1 1230 Outer Perimeter
Sgt. R, Damlill Denver Police Deoartm..nt 1 1230 Outer Perimeter
Off. A. Koger Denver Police Deoartment 1 1230 Outer Perimeter
Off, G. Palaze Denver Police Deoartment 1 1230 Outer Perimeter
Off, M, Hay Denver Police Department 1 1232 Outer Perimeter
Sgt. 6arl<er Denver Police Deoartment 1 1230 Outer Perimeter
Off, N, Grove Denver Police Deoartment 1 1230 Outer Perimeter
Del. M, Stasl<in Denver Police Department 1 1215 Scribe ~ Captain O'Neill
Del. Teiken Denver Police Department 1 1215 Crowd Control
lot Fink Denver Police Department 1 1215 Traffic
Off, Creason Denver Police Deoartment 1 1215 Assist lot Fink
Del. Metzler Denver PoIioe DlIllartm..nt 1 1300 Denver PO Command Post
u !.auracella Denver Police Deeartment 1 1330 Investigation
Sgt. Clair Denver Police Departtr.ent 1 1300 Investigation
Del. M, Cossill Denver Police Departrl'lent 1 1300 Investigation
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Del, Zalesky Denver Police Department 1 1300 investigation
Del. Jude Denver Police Department 1 1300 Investigation
Del. Arellano Denver Police De?artment 1 1300 Investigallon
Det Rogers Denver Polica Dapartrl'lent 1 1300 Investigation
Del WyeY.off Denver Pollee Department 1 1300 investigation
Del. Keiser Denver Police Department 1 1300 investigation
Det Archer Denver Police Department 1 1300 Investigation
Det. Hess Denver Police Department 1 1300 Investigation
Off, !.au rita Denver Police Department 1
Off, Kenny Denver Police Depar"J'nent 1
Off. Reichardt Denver Police Department 1
Off, Bonlan!e Denver Pellce Department 1
Off, Brenneman Denver PoliceOepartment 1
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Off. Barrett DenverPolice Department 1
Off. Steen DenverPolice Department 1
Off. Vigil De""er Polica Department 1
Off. Parks DenverPolice Department 1
Off. Ds,hbrow DenverPolioe Department 1
Off. TOrTeZ DenverPolice Department 1
Off. Gilbert DenverPolice Department 1
Capt V. DiManr.a _ DenverPolice Department 1 1140 SVVAT
Lt. F. Vessa DenverPolice Department 1 1200 SVVAT
Lt. P. Phelan DenverPolice Department 1 1140 SVVAT
Sgt. R. Organ DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SWAT
Sgt. R. Pann DenverPolice Department 1 1215SVVAT
Sgt. D. O'Shea DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Sgt. A. lacovetta DenverPolice Department 1 1215SWAT
Sgt.J. Goa DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Sgt. M. Lewis DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech. D. Tow DenverPolioe Department 1 1215 SWAT
Tech. D. Brader DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech. S. Panek De<Wer Police Department 1 1215SVVAT
Tech.VV. Roundtree DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tach. M. Haney DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech. R. Monahan DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech. K. O~an DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech. R. Gomez DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech. H. Bloodworth Denver Polioa Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech. A. Ramirez DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SWAT
Tech J. Smith DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
TElCh. F. Vessa' Denver Police Department 1 1215 SWAT
K·ll T. O'Neill DenverPolioe Department 1 1215 SWAT
K-15 P. VVesterl<amp DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech. T. McKibben DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech.R.Pox DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech. D. Delmonico DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SWAT
Tech. R. Brodes DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech. R. Gray DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech. S. Steinbach DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SWAT
Tech. R. Gilmour DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
K-21 D. Kibei DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech K. Padgett DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SWAT
Tech T. Lahey DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech. D. Gilworth DenverPoiioe Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech. J. Sewald DenverPoliee Depertment 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech. M. Canino DenverPolioe Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech. O. Church DenverPolice Department 1 1215 SVVAT
Tech. J. Meyer DenverPolice Depenment 1 1215 SVVAT
Off. J. Stewart DenverPolice Depertment 1 1215 OuterPerimeter
Off. T. Nunn DenverPolice Department 1 1215 OuterPerimeter

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Sgt. Levy DenverPolice Department 1 1215 Traffic
Tech. P. Powers DenverPolice Department 1 1400 Traffic
Tech. D. Gunn DenverPolice Department 1 1400 Traffic
Tech. T. Newsome DenverPolice Department 1 1400 Traffic
Tech. Ft Monll>ya DenverPolice Department 1 1400 Traffic
Off. G. O'Neal DenverPolice Department 1 140O"'Traffic
Tech. S. Palka Denv....Police Department 1 1400 Traffic
Tech. ~. Melonakls DenverPolice Department 1 1400 Traffic
Off. Pulford DenverPolice Department 1 1400 Traffic
Off. J. Brltton DenverPolice Department 1 1400 Traffic
LL M. Gibson DenverPolice Department 1 1600 Traffic
Sgt, R. Killough DenverFlolice Department 1 1600 Traffic
Off. M. Pugh Denv....Police Department 1 1600 TrallIc
Off. D. McNulty DenverPolice Department 1 1600 Traffic
Off. T. Full.... DenverFlolice Department 1 1600 Traffic
Off. R. Owens DenverPolice Department 1 1600 Traffic
Off. J. Nuanes DenverPolice Department 1 1600 Traffic
Off. Flo Mltohell Denver Police Department 1 1600 Traflie
Sgt. D. Wisdom Denver Police Department 1 1600 Traffic
Off. J. Rowe Denv....Police Department 1 1600 Traffic
Off. M. Pineda Denver Flolice Department 1 1600 Traffic
Off. J. Dojidko Denver Flolice Department 1 1600 Traffic
Tech. M. Hayes Denv....Police Department 1 1600 Traffic
Off. D. McCoy DenverPolice Department 1 1600 Traffic
Off. C. Ounahue Denver Police Department 1 1600 Traffic
Off. D. Lazzari Denver Police Department 1 1600 Traffic
Res. Off. M. Cordova Denver Police Department 1 1230 Traffic
De!. A. Conrad DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
De!. R. Kraft DenverPolice Depar.:ment 1 1300 Investigation
De!. R. Galardo DenverPolioe Department 1 1300 Investigation
Sgt. P. Seland.... DenverPollee Department 1 1300 investigation
Det. M. Zimmer DenverPollee Department 1 1300 Investigation
De!. R. Rock DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Del D. Anaya DenverPollee Department 1 1300 Investigation
De!. G. Lind DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investgation
Del. J. Carol DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
De!. D. Diehl DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Del. G. Regan DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Det. D. Jones DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Del. J. Bell DenverPolice Department 1 1300 fnvestgation
De!. M. Fountain DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Del J. Montoya DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Sgt. K. Hon DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
De!. M. Klng DenverPolice Department 1 1300lnvestigation
De!. K. BanQ'ofl DenverPolice Department 1 1300lnvestgation
De!. S. Webster DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investgation
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Det. R. RcIlins DenverPollee Department 1 1300 investigation
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Del. C. Boyles DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Lt. J. Haney DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Invesligallon
Det. Ft MlUer DenverPolice Department 1 1300 invesligallon
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Sgt Tuffleld DenverPolice Department 1 1JOO Invesligallon
Del. J.C. Tyus Denvet Police Department 1 1JOO Investigallon
Det. T. Brennen DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Det. J. Catalina Denverpolice Deparlment 1 1300 InvestigaliOn
Del. J. Delmonico DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigalion
Del. M. Gatela DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Del. T. Fisher DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Det. D. Grimes DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Det. R. Esll'ada Denvll< Polica Department 1 1300 Investigation
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Del. P. Lyda DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Det. 6. Ne:1er DenverPollee Depanrnent 1 1300 Investigation
Det. J. Sohnit!grund DenverPolloe Department 1 1300 Investigation
Del. B. Gordon DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Sgt. M. Scanlon DenverPolice Department 1 1JOO Investigetlon
Det. F. Reno DenverPoliee Department 1 1300 Investigalion
Del. S. Landin DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Oet P. Palombi DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Del. M. WOOdWard DenverPolice Deparlment 1 1300 Investigation
Det. F. Ybarra DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Del. M. Pettinger DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Del. G. Meyer DenverPolice Deparlment 1 1300 Investigation
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Dill. M. Smith Denver Police Department 1 1300 invesUganon
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Del. C. Terry DenverPollee Department 1 1300 investigation
Del. N. Henry DenverPollee Department 1 1300 investigation
Del. J. Elaruoh DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Del. J. !loile DenverPolice Departmenl 1 1300 investigation
Del. T. Mumn DenverPolice Department 1 1300 investigation
Del. D.l.ucero Denver 1"011003 Department 1 1300 Investigation
Del. D. Ollila Denver PolioeOepartment 1 1300 InvestigatiOn
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Det. J. Snow Denver Police Department 1 1300 investigation
Del. D. Brannan DenverPolioe Department 1 1300 Investigation
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Det. J. Nash Denver Police Department 1 1300 Investigation
Det. G. Faoiane Denver Police Department 1 1300 Investigation
Det. S. Antuna DenverPolioe Department 1 1soo Investigation

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Del C. WIlson DenverPolice Department 1 1300 Investigation
Oet. C. i5rl<::kson Denver Pellce Department 1 1300 Investigation
Sgt.M. McCall Denver Police Department 1 1300 Investigation
Del. C. Priest Denver Police Department j 1300 Investigation
Del W. Phillips Denver Police Department j 1300 Investigation

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Littleton, Colorado 60120-1200

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LORRAINE KULIG 281-852-6515


SHAI:ON MAZOTTI EAR WITNESS
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MICHAEL PRESTON 719-684-2254 OR 719-540-7424 EXT 7422
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BRAD HA!~lES 409-865-2747 NIGh~LINE PROGRA~

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JOAN FRENCH 303-850-9855
ERIC HEARD 520-680-7848 INTERNET
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SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT 1# 99-16116
SERGEANT AL HOLSTEIN DO
ASSISTTO JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE
APRIL 10, 1999
LOCATION: SWEDISH HOSPITAL« ENGLEWOOD, COLORADO

ON TUESDAY, APRn. 20, 1999, ATABOUT 1140 HOURS I RESPONDED TO ras


ARAPAHOE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE REFERENCE mE SHOOTINGS AT
COLUMBINE mOB SCHOOL. I WAS SENTTO SWEDISH HOSPITAL wrrarna
FOLLOWING INVESTIGATORS TO CONDUCT INTERVIEWS AND COLLECT
EVIDENCE:

INVESTIGATOR DICKSON X41


INVESTIGATOR MOOMAW X1Z
INVESTIGATOR GEE X23
INVESTIGATOR MUNDORF X11
INVESTIGATOR BEICHL X45
INVESTIGATOR SMITH X62

CRIME LAB - TOM ADAIR


CRIME LAB - AL SPRIGG

SEE mE ABOVE INVESTIGATORS REPORTS FOR THEIR SPECIFIC ACTIVITY.

I WAS TOLD BYEMERGENCY ROOM STAFF THAT mE FOLLOWING


EMERGENCY CARE PROVIDERS WERE RESPONSIBLE FORTRANSPORTING
(4) VICTIMS TO SWEDISH HOSPITAL:

• mE LITTLETON FIRE DEPARTMENT - UNKNOWN RUN NUMBER


• A.\.1R AMBULANCE COMPANY - UNKNOWN RUN NUMBER
• WEST METRO FIRE DEPARTMENT« UNKNOWN RUN NUMBER

THOSE PERSONNEL INVOLVED IN mESE TRANSPORTS WERE NOT


AVAlLABLE TOBE INTERVIEWED.

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TEAMS - SGT. HOLSTEIN (X2O) SGT.REILLY (X40)

Team one TelIIll four


X41 - DICKSON X14· FAHLSTEDT
Xl2 - HODGKIN XIS-MAULER

Team two Teamfive


X22-MOOMAW X32-HEATON
X23-GEE X71 - RASMUSSEN

Team three Team six.


X21- MUNDORF X33 - VOU
X44-SWINT X52-HlLTON

Team eight Teamseven


X62-SMITH xai- ISAACSON
MERENKOV XII - GOODMAN

LAB PERSONNEL CIVILIAN PERSOh'NEL

TIS-DELONG LEVINSON -795-4961


Y22-CLOYD STIMAC - 795-4750
YZ4-SPRlGG SCHULZ - 795-4751
YZI - NORTHRUP AUBURN - Assigned as
C.P.Runner
ViERNER
J.ROBINSON

JC· 001-008747
Acso
Capt Spence
-
Ran temporary Command post, deployed the bomb squad
and crime lab, was assistant incident commanderfor
Columbine Memorial.

Lt. Spears Assistedin commandpost, supervised the crime lab,


supervised security for ColumbineMemorial.

Sgt. Beatty Crime lab supervisor on scene.

Sgt. Holstein Reported to the hospitalto interview victims

Sgt. Linne Bomb Technician

Sgt. Reilly Assistedin EOC, organizedand sent teams to the hospitals


to interviewvictims, assistedUnited States Secret Service
with dignitary protectionand security for the Columbine
Memorial Service, conductedsweeps at area schoolsto
ensure safety.

Investigator. Fahlstedt Reported to the hospitalto conduct interviews, assistedat


the scene, searchedarea schools to ensuretheir safety,
provided security at the Columbine Memorial Service.

InvestigatorDickson Reportedto the hospital to conduct interviews, conducted


follow up interviews with associatesofthe suspects,
provided security at the ColumbineMemorial Service

InvestigatorHodgkin Conductedan interviewover the phone with a party who


placed a 911 call, searchedarea schools to ensure their
safety,providedsecurity at the ColumbineMemorial.

InvestigatorGoodman Conductedvictim interviews at area hospitals and provided


security at the Columbine Memorial Service.

InvestigatorBeichl Conducted interviews with victims, assisted in the


collectionof evidence, searchedarea schools to ensure their
safety,providedsecurity at the ColumbineMemorial
Service.

InvestigatorIsaacscn Conducted victiminterviews, attemptedto located


associates of the shooters,provided security at the
Columbine Memorial Service.

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Investigator Singleton Assistedwith the search warrant at Kleibold's bouse,bomb
sweepsand detonation, providedsecurityat the memorial
service.

InvestigatorMundorf Reported to thehospitalin an attempt to conductinterviews


with the victims.

Investigator Mauler Reported to the hospital in an attempt to interview victims,


attempted to conduct interview at the scene, provided
security at the Columbine Memorial Service.

Investigator Davis Bomb technician, provided security at the Columbine


Memorial Service

Investigator Manos Assisted at the scene,conducted interviews in an attemptto


locateassociates of the shooters, did intel background work
on the computer, conducted a town hall meetingat
Arapahoe High Schoolreference the Trench Coat Mafia
and the incidentat Columbine.

Investigator Swint Providedsecurity at Columbine Memorial Service, did'


intel background work on possibleassociates, acted as
Secret Service liaisonfor PlD team

Investigator Volz Did intel background work on possibleassociates, provided


securityat the Columbine Memorial Service.

Investigator Merenkov Reportedto area hospitals to conductinterviews with


victims.

Investigator Gee Conducted interviews andprovided security at the


Columbine Memorial

Investigator Cover Conducted interviews with possibleassociates and


providedsecurity at the Colnmbine Memorial Service.

Investigator Merenkov Conducted interviews with possibleassociates.

Investigator Rasmussen Conductedinterviews with victims at local hospitals,


provided security at the Columbine Memorial, conducted
sweeps of area schools to ensurethey were safe.

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Investigator Heaton Conducted interviews with victims at local hospitals,
conducted sweeps at local schoolsto ensure they were safe,
providedsecurityat the ColumbineMemorial Service.

InvestigatorSmith Providedsecurity at the Columbine Memorial Service

Victim Assistance supervisor Barb Alexander


Workedon a one on one basis with the family of Rachel
Scott, made deathnotifications, provided assistance at
severalgatherings as well as the memorialservice.

Victim AssistanceKaren LODg


Workedon a one on one basis with the family of Isiah
Shoels, contactedvictims, made death notifications, was
present to provideassistance at several gatherings as well
as the memorialservice.

BrandiHubbard Assistedin the planning for Columbine Memorial Service

CarolLevinson Manned the phones on the day of the crisis

Gloria Stimac Manned the phones on the day of the crisis

Mary Schulz Monitoredthe radio and acted as scribe

KeriWemer Acted as scribe

Al Sprigg Attendedlab organizational briefings, developed film and


copied video tapes.

Diane Cloyd Workedon the inside the crime scene teamsto includethe
library and science wing.

LauraDelong Workedon the inside crimescene teams to include the


library and sciencewing

Tom Adair Workedon the inside crime scene teams to include the
libraryand sciencewing.

Tony Gallardo Workedon the inside crimescene teams to include the


library and science wing.

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JC· 001·008751
PROGRESS REPORT
CASE # 99-16215 (00)
CASE TYPE: Assist Jeffco Homicide
DATE: April 21,1999
REPORT BY: Investigator Christine Beichl! InvestigatorDon Mundorf

On 04-20-99, at about 1354 hrs., InvestigatorMundorfand I respondedto Swedish


MedicalCenter at 501 E. Hampden Ave. in Englewood to a.ssist in obtaininginformation
relating to four students who had been brought in from Columbine High School.

We were advised that there were four students, who were identified as:

Ann Marie "H" with one gunshot to her right breast

and Valerie Schnurr with 9 shots to her chest and arms


Dob' 04-14.80
and
Sean Graves with one shot to his back
15 yrs,
and
Richard Casaldo with five shots in chest and arm
Dob: 02-18-81

We met with Detective ClayForington from EnglewoodPolice Department who directed


us to the surgery area where all four students were receiving treatment.

Detective Forington was allowed back to the surgical areas and collected evidencefrom
three ofthe victims.

One white plasticbag with contents and tied shut with a listing of"Richard Casaldo" on
the outside.
One green camouflage walletwith a key and driver's license belonging to Richard.
From this license, we were able to determine that Richard's correct information
was:
Richard Raymond Castaldo
Dob: 09-IS·81
DL # 97-164-0771
5'6", 110 lbs., bro hair, bro eyes

Englewood, CO SOil I

One white plasticbag with contents tied shut, listing a nameof"SchnulT, Valerie" On the
outside.

One white plastic bag with contents, open with plastichandles, listinga name of"Sean T
Graves" on the outside.

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Ion
PROGRESS REPORT
CASE /I 99-16215 (cb)

Theseitems were accepted on an evidence receipt from Del. Forington at 1400 hrs.

Theseitems were turned over to Arapahoe County Lab Tech Tom Adairat Swedish
Hospital.

The fllmiIy of"Ann Marie" arrived and were able to positively identify her from items of
jewelry and physical description. She was fully identified as:

Ann Marie Hochbolter


Cob: 12-19-81

All four victims were still in surgery or recovery when we left the hospital. Investigators
Gee and Moomaw were left at that scene.

JC·001.008753
20£2
BELOllLAVY. W.E.

JC- 001-008754
FROM

ARAPAHoe COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE CR1l: 199-16215


56lllS $oUtl'\ Court Place 01\Ti: 04-20-99
~illleton, Colora<\Q 80120-1200·303-796-4111

DCONT1NUAllON C!JSUPPI.EiMeNTAI.REPORT

On 042OS9, at aocl.lt 1120 ",,1.11'$, this i,w"stigalor was diSllald'led to the Columbine Migl'l S<::nool, lcealed at SOUlh
Pierce Sireet and West Bowl"" ....venue, located in unincorporated Jefferson Couney, COlorado on a mutual aid can. They
had shots lireo. and people down in the'sd'loot

Upon my arrival, 1121 hours. I eontacled the a Jefferson County Shariff'. Sergeant al.l!'ej(ll.rsec'tlon of Soulh Piere.a
Street.nd Wast Leawood Avenue The Sergeant wa.lalk,ng With anolh... Jeff. ...on County Sh....i ffs D.puty. The
deputy advised The Sergeant and I of the following ,nformation

•ThOlllh"r" was at [eest one, maybe two shooters inside the school;

-ThOlllhe re wer<iI hoslages inSIde ttla sd'!ool,

-Thai the \!Un men were still shooting;

The Sergeant !hen reqwested I blOCk traffic from """''''9 dOWn PierceSlreel from BOWIlts ....venu., I then a<Nised
Arapahoe County Sh<lfiff. OJ.paten of the Clrcumslances, Il!\en began to direct traffic althe Inletsectlon of Soulh P,erce
Street and West BOWles AvamJe,

AI approximately 1230 hours, I was ~Iracled to r"spend to approximately 6200 South WadSWOfm Avenue to maet With
Sergeant Scott Linne to photograpn a explOSIVe davice that nad gone off. Sgt Lime felt the devies insld.
was ;e1ated 10 the sMoal,ng,at the school,
tn.
OaCl;pack

Upon my arrival, I talked wittl Sgt, ~jnne and to¢k several digital photographs of the dQck parts used in the device While
at lhe location. I was contaded by a Sll.l~nl that was at tl1a schOOl dl.lrlng the sheeting, I obtained a wrllten statement
from this student. The studant was Identified as:

I ;S, DANIEL
7b.:2 wssr ELMHURST DRIVE
LITrlETON, COl-ORAOO 80126
PHONE 303-973-6425

Alter ccmpJallng my asslgnmanl at this locallon. t waS assigned to assist the bomb $quad 01\ the west. si~ of the sd100L
They were out WIth the suspects vehiclos in the parking lot InsIde the vehides were :s$veral explosive devices,

i cleared lhe selln. at 0030 hours.

w. e. BELOHLAVY 9110

JC· 001.008755
Gee. J.

JC· 001·008756
PROGRESS REPORT
CM 99-16215
ASSIST TO JEFFERSON COUNTY
TYPED BY lNVESTI.GATOR JACKLYN GEE (ARAPAHOECOUNTY)

On 042099, this Investigator WI ; asked to respond to Swedish Hospital at 50 I E,


Hampden Ave, to conduct interviews with victims of the shooting incident that occurred
at Columbine High School. This Investigatorwas accompanied by Investigator Brice
Moomaw.

Upon arrival this Investigatormet with Kari Mackercher, a public affairs representative
with SwedishHospital who advised that the following victimswere currentlybeing treated
at SwedishHospital as a result of this incident:

Hochhalter, Ann Marie


Dob: 121981
(GSW to right breast)

Schmurr, Valerie
Dob. 041480
(Nine GSW's to chest)

Graves, Sean
Dob: 101083
(GSW to back)

Castaldo, Richard
Dob: 091881
(GSW to chest/ann)

Investigators Mike Dickson, Ann Smith, Chris Beicbl, and Don Mundorf were also on
scenealong with Lab technicians Tom Adairand Alan Sprigg, Investigator Clay
Forington, with Englewood Police Department, was also on scene collecting evidence
being taken from the aforementioned victims by ER staff,

This Investigator and InvestigatorMoomaw met with the family of Sean Graves at
SwedishHospital, This Investigator spoke to the following family members:

Graves, Randal Thomas (father)


Dob: 120160

JC- 001·008757
Graves, SethRandal (brother)
Dob: 040186

Graves, Tom (grandfather)


Dob: 060740

Borkovec, Pamela (Aunt)


Deb: 083065

Borkovec, Mark (Uncle)


Dob: 122757

ThisInvestigator was advised ofthe following:

That Sean was a 9th grade student at Columbine High School.

That Sean is a good student that normally hangsout in the library at school
studying.

That lastFriday (041799) Seanhad talked about kids at school that wear big
overcoats and haveguns so nobody messes with them.

That Sean is a large kid and although he is not a "jock". he looks likeone.

That Sean's brother, Seth advised that he is a student at Ken Caryl Middle School
and Sean nevertalked to him about the kid's in trench coats or any other problems
at school.

ThisInvestigator met with Richard Castaldo's family at Swedish Hospital , who were
identified as follows:

Michalik, Craig(step-father)
Dob: 020149

Englewood, Co. 80111

Michalik, Connie (mother)


Dob:l02l55

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Michalik, Mitchell (step-brother)
Dob: 031382

This Investigator was advised of the following:

That this was the first year that Richard was a student at Columbine High
School and he did not like it so he was planning to transfer to Cherry
High School.

That Richard was a very quiet kid and nevertold his parents or brother
why he was unhappy at school.

That Richardnever talked about kid's at the schoolthat wore trench coats.

InvestigatorClay Forington collected the clothing taken from Ann MarieHochhalterby


ER staff; which had been placedin a plastic bag. This Investigator took the bag of
clothing, described as jeans, multi-colored shirt, bra, and panties from Investigator
Forington on evidence receipt and placedit into Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office
evidence.

At 1754 hours, this Investigatorwas advised that Sean Graves was out of surgeryand was
talkingahout this incident. With the permission and in the presenceof Sean's family this
Investigator and Investigator Moomaw interviewed Sean. Sean advised the following:

That Sean saw the two suspects, who he advised are studentsat the school
although he did not know their names.

That Sean and his two friend's, LanceKirkland and Dan Robah, were out-
side the lunch commons area goingup the hillwhen Sean saw the two sus-
pects shooting.

That Sean thought they were playing a same called"annihilation", which


the Seniorshave been playing at schoolrecently(with fake guns/paintballs).

That Sean stated that they were wearing black trench coats and referred to
thetn as "Trench Coat Malia".

That he also advised that they were carrying bags which theywere loading
their weapons (which he described as "huge") out of and said that nothing
was coveringtheir faces.

That Sean advised that the "tall one" pulleda gun, which he described as a
"power rifle", out of his trench coat.

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That he also stated that the "short one" was using a AK47/army edition
semi-automatic.

That in re!l:rence to Dan Robah, Sean stated that "he's dead" and Dan was
the first one shot.

That LanceKirkland wasshot in the head and possibly the neck, and
believes that both suspects shot Lance.

That Sean was also shot and hit the ground and "playeddead" and while
he was laying there he heard the suspects walking around talking (unknown
what was said), and also advised that they blew something up and were
shooting randomly.

That Seanthought that the"killers" wentinto the field, stating "I think".

That Sean stated that he dragged himself to the doorway wherethe janitor
pulled him halfway into the doorway, "because he was concerned about
Sean's life".

That Sean believed that thejanitormayhave also been shot "in the butt".

That Sean staled that he believed that they had "cannons" because some-
one shot the ceiling (in the lunch room), which caused a big explosion and
shrapnel all over.

That Seanalso advised that they did not say anything to him andstated •
"they're fruit loops".

That Sean again statedthat whenthey first started shootinghe thought


they were using "rubberrounds".

That Sean stated that hethoughtit was a joke, and didn't thinkthis would
happenat his school.

At the request of Investigator Moomaw, mends o f _ _


responded to the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office on 042099 at 1900hours.

ThisInvestigator interviewed one of the subjects identified as'.


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Markham, Christopher Shan
Dob: 020684
7156 S. Pierce Ct.
Littleton, Co. 80128
Ph# 303-904-3538

Christopher advised the following:

That Christopher's sister had been dating for about two years.

That Christopherbelieves that he knows who the suspects are (based on news
reports) and stated that they are known to himas "Reb" and "Dylan".

That Reb and Dylan have been at his housebefore and he described themas
normal guys.

That Dylandrives a BMW with "Nine InchNail" stickers on it.

That Christopheris a student at Columbine High School and was in the lunch
room today when he heard "popping noises" so he went to the windowand saw
Sean Graves laying on the ground.

That Christopher went to the door to see what was wrong with Sean Graves and
Sean told him, "1got shot",

That Christopherbegan running through the lunch room yelling for peopleto "get
down" and also yelling that "Sean got shot",

That Christopher staled that windows were shattering in the lunch room by the
vending machines.

That Christopher recalled hearing a "boom" and looked out the window and saw a
tall, ganglywhile malewearing a black ski mask and trench coat and a shorter
male (back side only)wearinga blacktrench coat standing by some cars, laughing,
and also staled that he saw smoke and fire.

That he saw a group of people running behind him "like a hurricane" so hejumped
over a rail and continued running through the balls toward the front entrance,
knockingon doors as he ran to warn people.

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That Christopheralso stated that he heard "pops" near the office area so he assum-
ed that there might have been a third suspect although stated that he did not see a
third suspect, end further advisedthat it could have been the two guys he saw out-
side shooting.

That Christophergot outside and did not see anything else regarding the shooting.

That Christopher Morris used to wear a trench coat and "hung with Reb and
Dylan", althoughthe group broke up over the summerand after Christopher
Morris started dating Christopher's sister, Nicole, he quit wearingthe trench
coat and didn't hang with Reb and Dylan "too much".

That Christopher Morris started wearing a blackjacket instead with an "anarchy


patch" on it, whichNicole sewedon for him.

That Christopheronly saw Reb and Dylanwearingthe black trench coats this
year and advised that the "jock's" gave themthe name, "Trench Coat Mana",
but they liked the name so they decided to keep it.

That the last time Christophersaw Reb and Dylan at his house was over the
Christmas holiday.

That ChristopherdescribedReb as the short one and Dylan as the tall one.

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CR # 99-16215
ASSIST TO JEFFERSON COUNTY
TYPED BY INVESTIGATOR JACKLYN GEE (ARM> AHOE COUNTY)

On 042199, as an assist to InvestigatorBriceMoomaw, this Investigator responded to


7056 W, Rowland Ave. in Littleton, Colorado (ph# 303-979-3152) and met with a
student or Columbine High School reported to have information on the shooting that had
occurred on 042099,

Upon arrival, this Investigatormet with the student, identified as'

Caruso, Anthony William


Dob: 042184

Anthony's parents, identified as:

Caruso, Anthony Joseph


Dob: 070949
and
Caruso.l'Pam" Roberta Ann
Dob: 071348

were also present. Anthony advised the following:

That Anthony was in the lunch room at Columbine High School on 042099 with
his mends, Sean Graves and LanceKirkland,

That Sean and Lance were walking ahead of Anthony to exit the lunchroom and
Anthony was lagging behind to finish eating his pizza,

That Anthony was by the vending machines in the lunchroom when he heard,
u pop.pop.pop."

That Anthony saw Sean "go down" , and also saw someone pulling Sean back into
the lunchroom.

That Anthony heard an unidentified teacheryelling, "get down, get down" , then
heard "bombs" going off which he described as very loud, causing a ringing in his
ears.

That initially Anthony stated the he thought it was a joke and firecrackers were go-
ing off, then when he realized it wasn't a joke he thought,"this ain't happening,
ain't real, ain't happening at my school,"

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That Anthony began running, stating that there was a "sea ofpeople" going every-
where, and further advised that he thought that Lance had gotten lost in the crowd
and was running behind him.

That Anthony rat! upstairs with "tons of people" and out of an exit to the field
where Anthony saw smoke in the parking 101.

That Anthony did not see the suspects, althoughadvised that he did not personally
know "Dylan" (Klebold), but has seen him in the halls and also said that he never
saw "Dylan" wearing a trench coat and described him as a "normal guy."

This Investigator also spoke to a subject identified as:

Hodgson, Burt
Dob' 082854

who resides at 7116 W Rowland Ave., Littleton, Co, (1'h#303.979.5206). Burt advised
the following:

That his daughter, identified as'

Hodgson, Jennifer Ann


Dob' 070684

was a student at Columbine High School.

That Jennifer was not available, but was at school duringthe incident on 042199

That Jennifertold Butt that when she saw the "trench coat sob's" in the hall
(prior to this incident), she would tum and walk the other way to avoid them.

That Jennifer was in the gymnasium when she heard "popping" and hid in the
weight room with some other kid's until a teacher (Mr. Marshall), lead her and the
other kids out of the closet to safely and told them to run,

That Jennifer got out of the school and went home.

On 042199, this Investigator and InvestigatorMoomaw responded to Swedish Hospital


to meet with the families of Ann Marie Hochhalter, Valerie Schnurr.Richard Castaldo,
and Sean Graves to check on their status.

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PROGRESS REPORT
CHS!NeIDEr'lT/CONTROL #2546
REPORT BYJACKLYNGEE IACSO)

This Investigator received a lead regardinga subject idelltifled as Peter Zawistowski, that worksat the
bawling sUey frequented by Harris and K1ebold and alsoas"",iare, with them.

This Investigator obtaiaedCHS,"'dent informatinn on a subject idelllified as:

Zawistowski, Foret
DOB: 041384
6355 S. Lamar Ct,
Littleton, Ca. 80123
Fb# 303·797·9058

Zawistowski advised the fallowing:

That Zawistowski does not work at. bowling sUey, and alsodeniedknowing Harrisand Klebold,

That Zawistowski is a straigbtA student, doesnot wearblack or trench coats. and knowsnothing
About the suspects or their associates.

On 050699, this Investigator contacted the AMPBellview Lanes at Ph# 303·7944265 and was advised that
They did not employanyoneby the name of Peterzawistowski. This Investigaror eontaeted the source,
LindeTibljaa, and requested additional information on the zawistowski's. Tlbljas provided the phone#
303-797·0633.

This Investigator called the Phi/303-797-0633and Spake to a subject identified as:

Zawadzki, BrianChristopher
DOB: 052881
6241 W. Arbor Ave.
Littleton,Co. 80123

Zawadzki advised the following:

That zawadzki worked at AMF BoUview Lanes and know that Harrts and K1ebold bowled there
(because he saw their bowling score cams as a port of big jobl, allhougb Slated that he did nat
work whenthey howled .

That zawadzki further advised that hedid notpersonally know Or talk to Harrisor Klebold, but
s _ thathe did see Harris in the ball occasionally.

That Zawadzki stated that he did not know anyof Harris' or Klebold's friends either.

That on the day of the incident. Zawadzki advised that he"djl<hed" scbcol.

JC·001-00 8766
/ PROGRESS REPORT
CHS lNODENT/CONTROL #2858 AND#2878
REPORT BYJACKLYN GEE (ACSO)

On 050799, thisInvestigator spoketo a .tudent of CHS,itientified as:

Sowder, Jonathon
DOB: 062281
5256 W, Portland Ct,
Littleton, Co,
PIl# 303·972-4249

Jonarhon advised thefollowing:

Thaton 042099, Janathon had parental consentto he OUt of school '0 he could .tread. picnic with
some frieuds.

That Jonathon didnot personally know Eric (Harris) at Dylan (Klebold), although statedthat he
has seen themin !he hall. at CHS,

Tbat Joaataon's sister, Melissa. is also a student atCBS and was eoacemedbecause she had left
her backpack at scacot tile day of the incident and neededher glassesfrom It

That lO!ll1thon would heve Melissa call tills Investigator,

r On 051199. thisIcvesdgaror talked to Meli..a'. father. Steven Sowderand was advised of tilefollowing:

ThatMelissawas fully identified as:

Sowder, Melissa
DOB: 122383

Tbat Melissa WlIS ocravailablebecause she has been hospitalized at CleoWallace, as a result of
CHS incident,

Tbat Melissa was In tilecafeteria when the incident occurred.

That originally Melissa had told bet parents that 'he knewwho Eric and Dylan were and stated
That she ooly ,00 "Hi" to !hem occasionally.

That Steven has discussed !he incident with Melissaand she told him thatlast semester (Fall1998)
She usedto go down to the creek and"smoke" witll Eric and Dylan.

That Steven does notbelievethat Melissasmokes marijuana, and feels that shewas referring to
cigarettes.

TharMeUssa wore all black for a short period of time and hung around withthe "Goth',". but
Changed around November of 1998. began wearing ber own style, didn't reallyassociate
With any groups. and stayed pretty close to home.

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PROGRESS REPORT
CBSlNCIDENT/CONl'ROL '17S4
REPORT BY IAClO.YN GEE (ACSO)

00 OS 1499, tIl:is InvestigatOr foUoWlOl1ll\l ona leold regarding tile pllo"" IlIlmbor 303796-1313. A Co",'.
dI1o<:lory check l1IVllaJed tllattbln WIll no lisling for tile lIUIllber. This InvestigatOr tben ~ ~
AlU.s. West Seen:rity md WlIS advised t!lat th= is no lislingfor!lJe aforem<:r:Itiooed olllllber wbk:li ""'uld
indlcale tllatit !wi notbel!l1 aslIigned.

JC·001·008768
PROGRESS REPORT
CBS INCIDENTiCONTROL #1940
TYPED BYJACKLYN GEE (ACSO)

On 012999, this Investigator attempted contacr withLynsey Hansen regarding a tip from a lead 'beet and
spoke to his stepfather. identified as:

Macl.enna, Bill
Dab: 031149

Andmotheridentified as:

MacLeIlll!l, Karen
Dob: 021952

Karenadvisedthar ber daughter. fully identified as:

Hansen. Lynsey
Dob: 032682

And son identified as:

Hansen, Collin
Dab: 031&84

Were bothstudents at Celumbiue High School and werepresent Karen consented to an interview with '
Lynsey and Collin and advised that shewould be on a second phone line. listening to the conversation.

This Investigator spoketo Collin and wasadvised of the following:

That Collin was in theScienceclassroom whea the tire Ill""" went off,

Tbaran unidentified ladyran into theclassroom and toldeveryone to get under a desk then Collin
stated that be heard shots tiredand a bombgo off. anda bulletwentthrough the wallof the room,

That Collin got outof school safely, three hours later when he and hisclassmates were leadout.

That Collin vaguely remembers Eric (Hams) fromlast semester and the videoclub but did not
Personally know him,

Tbar Collindid not knowDylan (K1ebold) at all,

ThisInvestigator also spoketo Lyasey and wasadvised of the following:

That Lynsey wascoming backfrom lunca the day of the Incident and wasoutsidethe building so
She did know witness anytbing,

That Lynsey has seenEric (Hams) in the hallsand hehas talkedto ber friends, although Lynsey
Did not personally know him or talk to him,

Tbarthrough the bowling club, Lynseyhad heardrumorthat Eric (Harris) talkedabout Hitler,

That Lynsey did not know Dylan (KJebold)

This Investigator conduced no further follow up,

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HEATON,K.

JC· 001.008710
PROGRESS REPORT
CASE # 99-16215
CASE TYPE, Assist to Jefferson County
DATE TYPED: 04/20/99
Investigator Kevin Heaton

On 04/20/99 at approximately 1335 hrs, this Investigatorand Investigator James


Rasmussen responded to Littleton Porter Hospital, located at 7700 S Broadway, to
interviewshooting victims from Columbine High School in Jefferson County

This Investigator and Investigator Rasmussen first interviewed a victim identified as'

DOYLE, JENNIFER
DOB - 01/19/82

DOYLE advised that after passing period for First Lunch, she was located in the library
DOYLE heard gunshots and bombs going off DOYLE stated she was hiding under a
desk in the library when two suspects entered

The suspects were described as

White males, 5'7-5'8, skinny build


Wearing black boots, pants, and trench-coats

The suspects were randomly shooting at victims and at one time told everyoneto stand
up,

One of the suspects said he was w'!iting to do this for a long time

The suspect asked the second suspect, "You know what else I've been waiting to do?"

The second suspect said, "Yeah. stab some one,"

DOYLE said there were 30 to 40 people in the library and one victim, who she believes
was killed, was laying on top of her

DOYLE was able to run out the back door of the library to safety

DOYLE sustained injuries to her right hand, to include breaks and fractures, from gunshot
wounds

DOYLE said she saw a long gun,'but could not describe any other weapons

Investigator Rasmussen then interviewed a second victim identified as

KYLER, ADAIvI

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CASE # 99-16215
KYLERadvised that he was running through the cafeteria to escape, whenthe shooting
began. That there were chairsflying through the air and something struck him in the back
and neck. That he believed he could escape, byhiding in a dark room near the computer
room KYLER stayed in the dark room until he was able to leave the building KYLER
saw one suspect wearing a trench coat, but could nor identify the suspect further, nor what
weapons he carried

Investigator Rasmussen was advised by Hospital Staffthat KYLER had brunt trauma,
injury to the back and spinal area. There wasno additional information at this time.

Investigator Rasmussen then interviewed a third victim identified as'

JANKOWSKI, JOCYE

JANKOWSKI a teacher at the school provided the following information JAJ'fKOWSKI


that she was in the teachers' lounge. adjacent to the student cafeteria, having lunch Two
fellow teachers were looking out he lounge window to the west

They stated, "What's going on"

JANKOWSKI looked out the window and sawtwo bloodied students' bodies, lying on
the grass JANKOWSKI then began to hear, what she described as, loud explosions and
gunshots along with screaming to the west of her location JANKOWSKI thought the
gunshots and screaming was moving her way JANKOWSKI, two fellow teachers and two
students, locked themselves in a bathroom They heard a very loud explosion and
gunshots out side the bathroom

Theythen decided to escape by going through the ceiling and she subsequently fell
through the ceiling, back into the lounge This is when she injured her knees and back

They decided the best way to survive, was to open the door and try to escape the building
They did this and were successful During her escape, JANKOWSKI never saw the
suspects

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PROGRESS REPORT
CASE # 99-16215
CASE TYPE: Assist to Jefferson County
DATE TYPED' 04/21/99
Investigator Kevin Heaton

On 04121199 at approximately 1245 hrs., this Investigator was contacted by Sergeant AJ


Holstein and asked to interview a subject identified as.

MUELLER, ROSS
190 E. Highline Circle, Apartment #30 I

At approximately !JOO hrs., this Investigator and Deputy Kit Nelson contacted the
residence and identified the subject to as:

ROSSMUELLER. HORST
DOB - 09/06/80

ROSSMUELLER's mother was also present and identified as

ROSSMUELLER, ROBERTA

ROSSMUELLER advised he attended to Heritage High School and graduated in 1998.


ROSSMUELLER said he was a member ofthe Trench Coal Mafia and has only kept in
touch with KRIST A HANLEY.

ROSSMUELLER identified original members that he knew as'

PAULINE, KRISTIN, KRIST A HANLEY, ERIN, JOE, BRIAN and


MCOLE, CHUCK PHIT.LIPS, CHRIS MORRIS
(All students of Columbine High School)

JOSH BAR.N'ES
(Heritage High School)

ROSSMUELLER said BARJ"fES introduced him to the group ROSSMUELLER said


there was no common belief within the group, it was just a collection of kids socializing

This Investigator then asked ROSSMUELLER who could have helped the suspects
acquire or make the weapons. ROSS!v!UELLER s a i d _ the person who was
arrested at the school, and . . .

This Investigator then asked why he believed this. ROSSMUELLER said_was


always rebelling against his mother and had poor family life. He also had violent
tendencies and a short temper _ lived in the basement of his residence and did not

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CASE # 99-16215
like his parents, CHUCK talked about the Anarchist cookbook. which he lookedup on
the internet,

ThisInvestigator then asked ROSSMUELLER if her knewthe following people who were
also identified prior to t~i5 interview,

JOSH BARNES - Keeps in touch with BARNES BARNES still has connection to
group

BRETTELSEN - Known from Heritage High School ELSEN not associated with the
group

CHARLES COLLIER - Not known

This Investigator then asked ROSSMUELLER if he knows the subjects that were
responsible for last years bridge bombing in Littleton and if so, if they were in any way
associated with the group

ThisInvestigator then asked ROSSMUELLER if he had a computer and if he was


connected to the internet ROSSMUELLER said he does have a computer, but no
internetaccess,

At approximately 1350 hrs.• as we were leaving the apartment. ROSSMUELLER


identified BARNES, who was picking up a vehicle that had been parked in the lot. This
Investigator and Deputy Nelson then contacted BARNES who is fully identified as

BARNES, JOSHUA
DOB - 02117180

BARNES was in a vehicle with license plate PBN-1509, BARNES said he did not wishto
talk under the advice of his parents This Investigator then asked BARNES how old he
was and he stated 18, This Investigator advised BARc"IES that he was considered an adult
and could makethat decision on his own This Investigator also told BARNES that he
was not beingcharged with any crimes and we were attempting to learn more about the
group BARNES then provided the following information.

BARNES said he has not associated with the group for approximately 6 months That he
did not know ERIC HARRIS or DYLAN KLEBOLD

BARNES advised he knew the following individuals:

BRIAN, CHUCK, KRISTA, KRISTIN. NICOLE. ALEX, PAULINE

BARNES said they had the name Trench Coat Mafia. specifically for intimidation

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TbisInvestigatorthe asked if any members were prone to violence, BARNES said
CHRIS liked to intimidate the jocks.

This Investigator then asked if anyone was ever seen with guns or bombs. BARNES said
no, but bomb information Wl\S accessible on the internet

BARNES said he last spoke with the group last summer, but has kept in touch with
KRISTA, who attends Columbine High School

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JC- 001-008776
SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT 1# 99-16211.
SERGEANT AL HOLSTEIN X20
ASSIST TO JEFlI'ERSON COUNTY SBERIF1I"S OFll'ICE
APRIL 20, 1999
LOCATION: SWEDISH HOSPITAL - ENGLEWOOD, COLORADO

ON TUesDAY, APRIL 20, 1999, AT ABOUT 1140 HOURS I RESPONDED TO THE


ARAPAHOE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE REFERENCE THE SHOOTINGS AT
COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL. I WAS SENT TO SWEDISH HOSPITAL WITH THE
FOLLOWING INVESTIGATORS TO CONDUCT INI'ERVIEWS AND COLLECT
EVIDENCE:

INVESTIGATOR DICKSON X41


INVESTIGATOR MOOMAW X22
INVESTIGATOR GEE X2.l
INVESTIGATOR MUNDORF X21
INVESTIGATOR BEICHL X45
INVESTIGATOR SMITH X62

CRIME LAB - TOM ADAIR


CRIME LAB • AL SPRIGG

SEE THE ABOVE INVESTIGATORS REPORTS FORTHEIR SPECIFIC ACTIVITY.

I WAS TOLD BY EMERGENCY ROOM STAFF THAT THEFOLLOWING


EMERGENCY CARE PROVIDERS WERE RESPONSIBLE FORTRANSPORTING
(4) VlCTIMS TO SWEDISH HOSPITAL.

• THE LITTI.ETON FIRE DEPARTMENT· UNKNOWN RUN NUMBER


• AMI!. AMBULANCE COMPANY· UNKNOWN RUNNUMBER
• WEST METRO FIRE DEPARTMENT· UNKNOWN RUNNUMBER

THOSEPERSONNEL lNVOLVEDIN THESE TRANSPORTS WERENOT


AVAILABLE TO BE INTERVIEWED

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eM 99-16215
INV. CHRISTOPH:i:R A. MlUlOS
CASE TYPE: A8sist to Jeffer$on county, Columbine High School
DAT:: TYPED: April 20, 1999

On ~ril 20, 1999, Investigator Mexenkov and I responded to:

6469 South Yukon Street


Jefferson County, Colorado

to attempt contact with:

Caruso, Anthony, Jr.


DOB: Unknown

Information relayed by Captain Phi.l Spence of the Arapahoe County


Sheriff's Office was that Caruso's son, Anthony Jr~, was a friend of:

or,

has been bUsy and reportedly off hook.

On April 20, 1999, at approximately 1602 hours we arrived at the


address and noticed a:

GMe p/u Truck


Green in color
Colorado License #14050RS

parked in the driveway of the re$id~nee. Directly north of the hous.


on West Walke~ Drive there waG parked vehicle:

Chevrolet Coupe
:Red in Color
Colorado License #GBT9748

This vehicle subsequently listed to a neighbor.

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w. contacted:

CarU$o., Anthony
DOS, 060633

outside his vehicle, who ~tated that he had only three boys:

Jeremy
Age 18

Jonathan
Age 16

Justin
Age 14

He does not know anyone by the name of Anthony Caruso (Except hi~.lf}

Mr. ca ruec did not know the n.a..me, He $.~med remember thl1i
naae , "Eric Harzi.s "; His SOD, Jonathan, may know who he is.

Inv~stigator Mer.nkov gave Caruso his pager number, and Caruso said he
would ask Jonathan if he knows any of the bO?5, and promised to paqe
Mer~nkov with the infoDmAtion.

On ~ril 20, 1999, at app~oxi~t.ly l820 hours! I assisted Investigator


H1ltcn in fi~ding additional information on AJtierica online merebe r ,
"Learess", "Rhurnph301", and "Dark Crusader".

None of these rr.emhers have home pages, and there were no member
profiles.
"Loaress" had two items uploaded in the ACt. SetV4r. The £i-::51:; item was
a HTML coded document Which have no hyperlinks ¢ther than two standard
image files. The header {pagel is titled, "Kim Belmont Ande.ts-on u This
file was uplQad~d to the setver on October 26, 1996. The text portion
of this document is (HTML coding rem¢ved):

"~~ Belmont Anderscn(Kimbal, I love you! Ever sinee we graduated


from MTW f I haven't seen you! I feel like a part of ma is
missing! I just can't live withQut yo~! I love you, and you're my
life. You know who... LAC My Love I LOVE HER ~n! t

www.lukester.com

The iteM was loaded on April 5, 1998

The web site is no lonqer valid.

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On Ap%1l 20, 1~~9, at app%oximately 1~05 hour., I met with:

Sargent# Briant aenjamdn


DOB: 052760

Sax:qent told me that he was aquatinted with Eric Harris a n d " - ' - "
They were not "direct friends~. He never visited either of their
hom.~, but did sit w1th them at their table hefore schoOl started.
Sargent said that the. whole t:rench eoat "thing" started when he and a
few other$ bou9ht trench coats and wore them to school. People started
callinq the group, ~The Ttench Coat Mafia", The name then stuck.

Mo~t everyone in the group were harassed by the "Jocks" at the school.
They always were qivinq them "crap".

The only aqq%e••ive thinq th~ group did was to purchase and use bamboo
sticks for sword. fiqht:s. They had swo%d fights with the .ticks on
several occa$ions.

Sargent named the members of the Treneh Coat Mafi,L (co r eect; spellinq
of names tmknown.)

• Tact Soles';'
• Chris Mor.tis*
• Josh 8a;r:nes
• Kristen Theobold
• Chuck* (Unknown Last name - interviewed at this same
time}
• Kt1sta Hanley
• Cory FreZetl
• Eric· {Unknown last name)
• Dillon· (Unknown last name)

* Indicates that th~y wore trench coats.

When as ked about internet usage, Sargent .sai.d that he b.lieves that
Chr1$: Morris had an AOL web page at. cne time. His e-mail started. with
"'GRUNT .... He saw Erie t s page displayed on the news. He does not know
the e-mail address of any of the above pecp.Ie , Sargent t s e.-mail is
rivenS2180~aol.cQm.

I asked Sargent bow his group was labeled by students at the school
(IE: skaters, geeks, dopers, nerds, jocks, etc.) Sargent replied,
ftsmokers·. He denied that the group or any of the members are gay.

I asked Sargent _bout a possible motive for the killing. His reply was
that Eric and Dan wera probably mad at the Jocks for giving them crap.

He denied knowing of anyone ~entioning that they owned weapons, or made


explosives. He said that he would take a polygraph if necetSsary to
veLify that statement.

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The only things of • war-like nature the group spoke about was going to
play painthall. He never partic1pat.d in the qames.

Sargent "strayed away" from the group last summer. There was too much
horseplay and wre:stlinq. He found new f.z:iendA to ils.!ociate with, but
remained friends wlth the T~ench Coat Mafia. 1£ considered a member of
the group, i t 'Would be a ve.ry loose member - he just sees them at
school.
I Asked Sargene where he was at the time of the shooting. He said he
was on his nQ~l lun~h break and want to Burger King with h~$ friends:

Frank Zezger
nFI
Nicole lJickey
nFI
I a$ked Sargent about how he feels about the incident. He said that he
wa:i shocked; was sad for the people; worried abcut; his friends and
cla$~mates; and was 91ad that he was not there.

I asked sa.rgent# "no you think I if you were the.re l tha t they would
shoot you,?1t Sargent replied_ "Yee , I think 50. 1•

I then took a break and met with the othe~ investigators. I verified
Sargentts e-mail address and p~inted out his AO~ profile. He does not
have files loaded in the ACt server under h1$ soraen name.

Investiqator Rasnt\.l$sen asked me to check on two AOL screen names, "zec"


and "vodka'". Soth are valid screen n&me$ with no profiles and no files
in their web space.

?rior to returning to my intervi~w with Sargent, ! saw the name "Dillon


Klebold rt mentioned on the local news channel 7.

I returned to meet with Sargent. He told me that he learned frQm "the


mediaft that was arrested.

When t asked him if Dillon's la.st name WlllS , "Klebold", he said that he
tho~9ht it mdght be. Dillon is ~ather quiet, exeept when among
fri.n~~. Dillon was ~nvolved in many Video projects. Sargent didntt
know him personally.

I asked Sargent if he "hunq" out in "ehat rooms" and he said no. He


denied ever ch.ttinq with any of the above people, or sending
electronic mail to them. He might have cha.tted wit.h Nicole-, but that
was about 6 ~nth$ ago.

I asked him if anyone in the g.roup may have been involved with the
shootings or the planning of the shootings, and he replied no. Chris
was with Cor~y today, and Kristin was home si~k.

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I aeked who were good friends with Etic and nan. Sarg6nt said that:
Chris Morri-t

Zach Heckler
(Nfli

and some people in the1r video class were rather gQO~ friends.
In video class, Eric and Dan made a video trailar using lighter fluid,
a.nd afte:: li9htin9 it, the letters llRNN" appeared. This: ,tancis for,
ft~eb.l Hews N.tworktl'. 'fbis trailer was broadcast prior to the school
news, and appazently the tSchool officials tihcuqht; RNN tneant lJQmething
else.

Eric and Dan never mentioned a suicide mission. He did not think they
we::te eapable of lci11in9 others. He didn't think they wanted to die.
sargent felt that they had so much going for them.

I asked sargent if he felt if anyone in the group might have wanted to


qat back at the jocks. He said that he {Sargent) might have J because
of them harassing him, his friends, and his f~ly~ He is now friends
with the jocks. The only 'Way he would get back at the j ock.s Was to
start a fight with them.

After the interview, I searched America Online profiles for screen


names matchi.ng anything starting with " gr un t " . There were ne obvious
names relatinq to this ease.

I searched for America Online profiles that related. to "Trench Coat


Mafia ff Several screen name", mat.ched my search, and several mentioned
WLittleton n or wColumbine~. I also brought up their prafiles and
ehecked for active web space under those soreen names. The res~lts were
printed and a~e attach~d to thi$ report. Those searched:

J'ILl!lS :m 'IlE1I Sl'ACI!l

a.r:ticvir\ls nona no
uur060381 veo no
e&ll'l.eronpl4. ve. I yes
ibharO ues . i 'Ot'l vaee
mo.r:rnu:::ke.n .ves i ves
.1edq.. l<iV v... I no
deathJ:asir yes no
wildXdO<J • ve. no
lrdda.rgrim ve. -ve.
tcotemafia ves no
tshc.otmfia ; v~. no
thu~"do~" I vee yes
I tcmmafia I yes no
! wirefelQn lues no

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on ~ril 20, 1999, I spoke with:

Milan, Julie
OOB: 030760

the Nursing Supervisor for Swedish Hospital (3031 821-7210. She


report.d that she had a pair of socks and sneakers from victim:

Castaldo, Richard
DOB: 121881 or 0901Bl

She would qive them to hospital ,securi.ty to be: secured until my


arrival.
On April 20, 1999 at 2337 houza, I responded to:

Swedish Hospital
501 East Hampden Avenue
EnglewQod, Color.Qo

and met with:

!SOn1, Anthony
DOB: 092073
Hospital Security

A pair of white socks and black sneakers were placed into evidenee.

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ARAPAHOE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
5686 S. Court place
Littleton, Colorado 80~20-1200

FAX TRANSMITTAL SHEET

To: ~HCJ( /{-:?~ ikJu,//4 c!fl Date: <.j4t/99


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FROM: FAX (303) Phen.. !:'la3)
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734-5188 patrol ........................•.•... 797-4422
734-5166 Headquarters - Second Floor •........ 795-4708
795-7684 Records Center 795-4780
795-4919 Communications Center ..•............ 795-4711

795-5864 SIS Investigations .........•........ 795-4735


708-3491 Detention Administration 708-3407
708-3590 Justice Center Booking '" 708-3532
708-3433 Training 708-3430
795-4949 Littleton Detention 795-4933
795-4754 Environmental Crimes 795-4758
822-5308 Byers Substation .........•.... (303) 822-9244
671-8925 District 5 Substation 671-8908

Total number of pages 117 . including this page.

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PROGRESS REPORT (caml
CR# 99-16215
INV. CHRISTOPHER A. MANOS
CASE TYPE: Aa$1s~ to Jetferson County sheriff's Offiae
DATE TYPED, Afril 23, 1999
--
On April 23, 1999 at 1112 hou~s ! received a phone call from a male who
wQuld only identify h~elf a~:

Warren

War~en stated thae last night he was in an IRe chat room~

FNET #lightened

Two U3er3 in the room identified only as~

Cash

alaimed to b@ members of the Trench Coat Mafia.. They said that they
qo~ guns from the:

Arian Militia.

free of char;e beca~5e of a p:omise to conduct the aS$ault on Hitler's


birthday. Ca.h and Slade said they helped make the pipe bombs and were
in the Library when Eric came in, and they were allowed to escape. One
of th~ claimed to be the third qunman.
WaIren recorded ane of the sessions, but was unable to record the other
ses ed en.

He would transrn1t the recorde:a information ec me: via e-mail. I al;$Q


;sent him an email requestingforhimtosend..awritten.st.atement of
what he eeu.Ld remember fZ'om the missing chat room re:coZ'ding. Warren
said that his email address was:

of April 23,
!VJ, 1999, 144.3 hours, I have not receiV1ld a reply from
Warren.

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CASE TYPE: HOMICIDE
CASE NUMBER: 99·16215
PAGE I OP7

On Q4..20·99 at about 1345 hrs., this Investigator arrived at Swedish Medical Center to
begin interviewing family members of the shooting victims. This Investigator was teamed
with Investigator Jackie Gee. Other investigators on scene were Michael Dickson, Ann
Smith, Don Mundorf, Christine Beichl and Sgt. AI Holstein.

Initially the four victims were identified by the hospital as:

ANN MARIE (JANE DOE)


Single gunshot to the right breast

SCHNtiRR, VALERIE
DOE: 04-14-80 (Age 18)
Nine gun shots.

GRAYES, SEAN(Age 15)


Single gunshotto back

CASALODO, RICHARD (Age 17)


DOB: 02-18-81
Five gunshots to chest and arm.

At the time of our arrival, all four victims were in surgery. Ann Marie was listed as very
serious.

At 1405 hrs., this Investigator and Investigator Gee interviewed various members of the
Graves family. This Investigatorconducted an interview with:

GRAYES,NATALIE
DOB: 11-23-60

Natalie identified her son as:

GRAYES, SEANTHOMAS
DOB: 10-10-83

Natalie indicated her son in the last several days told her about a group of kids at school
who call themselves the "Trench Coat Gang". The group wore black trench coat. Sean
also indicated theycarry guns to schocl. They possibly carried sawed off guns to school.

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CASE NUMBER: 99-16215
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Sean had said the group called themselves the "Trench Coat Mafia" or the "Black Coat
Gang". Natalie related he son just brought this up to her at home. Natalie related her son
does not personally hang out with these people, some ofthem are in his classes.

Natalie related to the best of her knowledge, he never had any run ins with them. Sean
told his mom that this occurred recently at school. There was a big group of boys, a gang
ofkids.

Sean also related there was an Asian gang at school who deals drugs. However, the two
groups were not against each other. Sean said he was scared of them as everyone knew
not to mess with the "Black Coat Gang." Natalie indicated her son may know four or five
names ofkids involved.

This Investigator asked Natalie when her son brought up this information and she related
it was on Friday, 04-15-99. Natalie indicated there were several friends of Sean's who
might also know the names ofsome of Ihe gang members. They were identified as:

CURSO, ANTHONY & PATRICK

Parents: Pam & Tony.


6469 S. Yukon 51.
979-5044

At 1450 nrs., this Investigator attempted to contact the number The line was busy,
Therefore this Investigator attempted to have the operator break into the line. At bout
1455 hrs., the operator related there was no conversation on the line.

At about 1515 hrs., this Investigator finally contacted Anthony Curse. He related he has
two boys but they are not named Anthony or Patrick. It was determined at that time the
wrong telephone number was obtained.

At about 1530 hrs., Natalie Graves indicated this Investigator should call the following
person to obtain the correct telephone number:

THOMPSON, BILL
(303) 973-9109

This Investigator telephoned Thompson and obtained the following information:

CURSO, TONY & PAM


7056 W. Rowland Ave.
(303) 979-3152

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At about 1535 hrs., this Investigator telephoned:

CURSO, ANTHONY WILLIAM

Anthony indicated he does not know any of the kids names involved in the group He also
related he has seen them before, but does not know them. This Investigator then spoke
with his brother, who is identified as:

CURSO, PATRICK MICHAEL


DOB: 04-21·84

Patrick advised this Investigator he saw the gunman. Patrick also related that Chris
Marltham's sister dates of the people in the gang. His sister is identified as Nicole
Markham. Patrick related he was in the Commons area and it started outside.

Patrick saw a kid in a trench coat. He had a plasticbag with him. The person then threw
something into the parking lot. Patrick related he saw the gunman shoot one of the kids in
the knee. The gunman was 5 to 6 feet away from the victim. The person who was shot
was AUSTIN EUBAN1CS. .

The trash bag the shooter had was black in color. Patrick related when the shooter went
inside, he saw his face. Patrick described the shooter as:

165 lbs., 6'3", Senior at the school, no glasses,


Dark brown hair, black trench coat, pink tie die type
shirt, possibly yellow.

Patrick related there were 5 to 10 kids in the group. Patrick related they previously said
they were going to take over the school,

Patrick indicated the person who got shot was near the chain length fence. Patrick was in
the Commons. This Investigator asked Patrick if he had a telephone number for Chris
Markham and he identified the following number:

(303) 904·3538

Sherry Markham is the mother and lives on Pierce Court.

At about 1640 hrs., this Investigator and InvestigatorGee conducted an interview with:

MICHQUCK, CRAIG
DOB: 02·01-49

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Craig is the step father to the victim identified as:

Craig was at the hospital with his son, identified as:

MlCHOLlCI', MITCHELL
DOB: 03-13-82

Craig related that Richard and his friend use to go to Match Buff. The friend started
going to Columbine High School. The friend kept bugging Richard to go to school there.
Craig related that nowRichard drivesclear across town. Craig did relate that Richardwas
unhappy at the school

Craig was asked if Richard had ever said anything about the Trench Coat gang and he said
00. Craig indicated Richard is very quiet and has said nothing aboutthe gang.

Craig related Richard has two mends at the school. One he identified as:

KISSLER, DAMION
932-0919

At about 1115 hrs., this Investigator spoke to the head nurse in surgery. She related that
the remaining bullets or projectiles were being left in the victims at this time due to their
injuries.

At about 1125 hrs., as this Investigator and Investigator Gee was preparing to leave the
hospital, we were informed by Natalie Graves that her SOn was awake from surgery and
talking about the incident. She was also told by the nurse he may forget about the incident
in a couple of hours.

At about 1135 hrs., this Investigator and Investigator Gee entered ICU and conducted an
interview with Sean Graves. For specific details reference the interview, refer to
Investigator Gee's report.

At about 1830 hrs., tlUs Investigator telephoned Sherry Markham. Sherry related her
daughter Nicole, son Chris and three ex members of the Trench Coat gang were at her
house. This Investigator asked Sherry if she could bring them all down to the Sheriffs
Office to be interviewed. She agreed.

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CASE NUMBER: 99·16215
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This Investigator, along with Investigators Gee, Heaton, Manos and Rassmussen assisted
in conducting the interviews.

At about 1905 hrs., this Investigator conducted an interview with:

MARKHAM, NICOLE RENEE


DOB: 02·23·82
Home Address: 7156 S. Pierce Court

Also present during the interview was Nicole's mother, identified as:

MARKHAM, SHERRY MAE


DOB: 04-05-58

Nicole related she is currentlydating one ofthe members, identified as:

MORRlS, CHRIS
AGE. 17
Home Address: 5466 W. Portland Dr.
Home Phone: 972-8864
Pager 505-9051

Nicole indicated when she saw Chris today, he said he was going to call the cops and tell
them who was doing this,

Nicole has dated Chris for the past one year and five months. Last year the Trench Coat
Mafia began to fade out, At the end of the year the started breakingup

Per Nicole, only two people still wear Trench Coats. She identified those people as:

HARRlS, ERIC
and
Dll..LION K. (Last name unknown)

Nicole related that Eric Jackson called her at home today. He told Nicole to len her
brother even though he is a nuisance, he saved my life.

This Investigator asked Nicole if she has ever see any explosives around and she said no.
This Investigator asked Nicole if she could tbink of any reason why these two subjects
would want to do this? She related to be different.

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Nicole did not see any guns. Two Fridays ago was Eric's birthday, on April 09. Eric had
his eighteenth birthday and they had fun. She also related after the party last Saturday, he
seemed fine.

This Investigator asked Nicole if she heard anything: about the group being gay. She
indicated she heard that the guys sleep with the guys, the girls sleep with the girls then
they trade. However, per Nicole this is not true. Nicole related she did not know about
the Trench Coat gang:until her sophomore year.

Nicole identified other girls who still date guys in the group and several who have left.
They are:

THEffiAULT, KRlSTIN
HANLEY, KRlSTA
MARSH, ALEX
PERRY, LIDDY

Nicole related she has never heard anything about the group being a hate or racial group.
She did relate that Eric Harris was really funny

This Investigator asked Nicole if she could think of any reason why this happened. She
related several weeks back, Eric and Cory Freezin were talking about Hitters Birthday
coming up.

Nicole did relate that Eric Harris was referred to as "REB". Per Nicole, Harris was into
Hitler and heavy Satanic Music.

In regards to today, Nicole last saw Chris at about 1230 hrs. He and Cory came around
the corner and Cory was driving. Chris came running up to her house. Nicole said
something to Chris and he said, "Thank god your OK". Chris said he was going to leave
and call the cops. He was going to tell the cops who was doing this.

Nicole related she did not see Reb's or Dillion's car in the lot. Nicole described the
following vehicles as being driven by the suspects:

Reb Older 80' s Gray, Honda 2 dr.


>

Dillion - Black BMW

Sherry and Nicole related there are assigned parking spaces for the kids to park in Nicole
related Chris got out of school at about 1015 hrs. and then went over to Cory's house.
Chris was away from the school when the incident happened.

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When the shooting began, Nicole was in the cafeteria, in the lunch line. Her brother came
in and yelled, "Get the Fuck down, get down now." Nicole looked outside and saw a big
white canister go into the lot. She then heard some gun shots outside. She heard four or
five shots. Chris, her brother, was yelling at everybody to get out.

This Investigator asked Nicole if she has ever heard of a game being played at school
called "Annihilation"? Nicole related it is played by wearing a white T-shirt and paying
ten dollars to play. The students using water pistols go around the school and shoot their
target It occurs every year for the seniors.

Nicole also related there is another game being played at school called .. SHADOW
RUNNING." In this game the student makes up a character Then by using dice you
destroy other characters.

This Investigator asked Nicole if she has any idea why this occurred and she related
possibly because of Hitler's Birthday. Nicole related she has never been in Eric's house,
that she just drives by their home. She has never gone inside

When Nicole was asked about their anger, she indicated they never showed her any anger
or their troubles. Sherry Markham indicated that most of the kids involved are computer
nerds. Reb has designed different levels of a computer game.

This Investigator asked Nicole if she knew for sure if anyone in the group is gay and she
related that nobody in the group that she knew of is gay. She relates everyone is straight.

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CA..sE TYPE: HOMICIDE V41 ..~ ".<-IIoJ........ I.r..l'1t<v,'W\
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CASENUMBER: 99-16215
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REPORT BY INVESTIGATOR BRICE MOOMAW

On 04-23·99 at about 1115 hrs., this Investigator and Investigator Jackie Gee responded
to Swedish Hospital and contacted:

SCHNURR, SHARI
DOB: 10·20-60

Schnurr identified her husband as:

SCHNURR, MARK
DOB: 04-15-56

Shari related her daughter, Valeen has talked about the shooting. Shari related the
following refereru:e~er had previously told her. Valeen indicated she keeps
seeing the face of~ Shari indicated_use to be dressed in black and
looks very similar to Eric Harris.

Valeen keeps seeing. in her mind. Shari related _transferred to another school
after last semester. Shari indicated Valeen was in the library reading with her friends Gina,
Lauren Townsend, Diwata and an unknown 4" girL They were sitting towards the front,
along the windows.

The girls at the table heard the gunshots and bombs going off. A teacher carne in and told
everyone to get under the tables. Lauren, Diwata and Valeen got under the table. Both
suspects entered the library. They stayed together. Initially the suspects went past where
the girls were hiding.

They went over to Isaiah and called him a "Fuckin black nigger." Then they shot hhn and
there were other gun shots. When they were coming into the library, they were throwing
pipe bombs.

When Isaiah was shot, the girls screamed. The suspects came back and then shot Valeen,
Valeen then said, "Oh my God." The suspect then said, "Do you believe in God?" Valeen
replied, "Yes." The suspect the said, "Why", they turned around and left.

Someone else in the library then screamed. She tried to wake up Lauren. Valeen then
grabbed her shirt and pushed it against her stomach. Valeen said she kept praying to God.
She told herself if she wen! to sleep, she would die.

Upon leaving the library, they ran to the exit and then ran to the police cars. While in the
library, the suspects said they were going to blow up the school. The suspects let some
people leave.

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Shari indicated that Valeen still bas four bullets still in her and that the doctors are going
to leave them in.

In regards to the suspects, Valeen indicated they were "Gothic" kids. She recognized
them, however she does not know their names. She knows they were students there.
They were wearing blackcoats.

Valeen told her mont that Dylan Klebold had gone to the prom the week before.

At about 1205 brs., we conducted an interview with Richard Castaldo. Present was his
father, identified as:

CASTALDO, DOl\1IN1CKRlCHARD
DOB: 10·01·53
Marriott Hotel, {-25 & HampdenAve. #707

Castaldo indicated he was outside the scbool eating lunch. Then a home mode bomb went
off. He turned around to figure out what went on. The thing exploded and he started
shaking.

He was there about twenty minutes. The suspects were shooting the windows out.
Finally, the ambulance came. Castaldo just saw the two people involved. Castaldo was
sitting with Rachel Scott.

Castaldo described the suspects as one having longer hair and the other having a buzz cut.
They were both wearing trench coats. Castaldo did indicate they had bags from where
they took the bombs. Castaldo indicated he bas seen the suspects around the school
before.

Castaldo heard windows breaking and the bombs going off. They shot at the windows
with the shotgun. Castaldo was sitting outsidethe cafeteriawith Rachel Scott.

At about 1235 hrs., we spoke with Natalie Graves. Natalie indicated there was possibly
six people involved. She spoke to Anthony Curse. Anthony was running down the hall
and heard pop, pop, pop.

Natalie also related she spoke with a student named Nick. Nick looked out the windows
to the grassy hill and saw a person in a dark coal with a machine gun. This person was
not one of the two doing the shooting. Nick told this to Natalie when he came to visit
Sean.

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CASE TYPE: HOMICIDE
CASENUMBER: 99-16215
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REPORT BYINVESTIGATOR BRICE MOOMAW

Natalieindicated she also spoke to Pam. Wood. Wood works as the managerofthe I11eD'S
department in Penney's at Southwest Plaza, (303) 933-9200. Wood's was contacted by
several kids who were trapped in the schooL

One of the boys saw six trench coats and they were all shootiPg hand guns. This boy
initially told this to the police. They told him he must be delirious, that there was only
two.

There was also some girls who work at Penney's tbat said they saw on the internet that
Columbine was scheduled for Tuesday, Deer Creek was Wednesday and Chatfield was set
to blow up on Thursday.

There were also two boys at the hospital who indicated they were at the school. They
were identified as:

WAJ.KER ERIC
DOB: OS.{)9-84
5305 W. Lake PI.
Littleton. CO 80128
HomePhone: (303) 738-9342
Location: Auditorill\ll

MARKSCHELD,ANDREW- .3C.H'1:L", A"'''~E'-' r->AaJ<,

DOB: 06-21·84
6919 W. QuartoPI.
Littleton. CO 80128
Location: Auditorium

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