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O"'of .....rlpIi<>o 04(29(1999


Renee Christine Shirek, OOB 01(25(1984, 8160 West
Fremont Avenue, Littleton, Colorado, telephone (303)973-6605, and
Amanda Marie Henningsen, DOS 07(04/1984, 8150 West Fremont
Avenue, Littleton, Colorado, telephone (303)972-0238, were
interviewed at 8160 West Fremont Avenue, Littleton, Colorado, in
the presence of Henningsen's mother, Tracee Henningsen, by
Special Agent (SA) Ricky V. Wright regarding the incident that
took place on 04(20(1999 at Columbine High School. After being
advised as to the identity of the interviewing agent and the
nature of the interview, Shirek and Henningsen provided the
following information:
At approximately 11:10 am, Shirek cot out of Math class
and proceeded from the math department down the main hall and
directly to the cafeteria. Henningsen had Jewelry class before
l:unch and got out at apprOXimately 11: 08 am. Upon leaving
Jewel:t:y class, Henningsen left the art department, went through
tha middle hall by the tech lab and went to her locker, locker
#201. After leaving her locker, Henningsen went down the main
hall to the cafeteria. Both Shirek and Henningsen sat down at
the same lunchroom table (marked II on diagram sketch). Also
sitting at the same table were Brittney Gillette, Bae Gattoni,
Natalie Baker, Marni Maclennan, Julie Naslund, Jennifer Pollack,
Meghan l?iro, and Nicole Ray. Henningsen got her lunch and sat
back down. Shirek had not gotten her lunch yet. Henningsen was
sitting to the left of Shirek, facing northwest. Brittney
Gillette was sitting to the left of Henningsen; Shirek was
sitting to the right of Henningsen facing west.
Henningsen, Shirek, and Sarah Filipiak brought cameras
to the cafeteria and were snapping pictures of friends around the
table during lunch. Henningsen tock 15-20 pictures with a Fugi
Quicksnap disposable camera. Shirek took four or five pictures
with her camera, but left the camera in the cafeteria. Filipiak
is also believed to have left her camera behind. During the
interview. Henningsen provided her Fugi Quicksnap disposable
camera to SA Wright. Henningsen advised that the camera also
contained some pictures from Disneyland. Later that same day, SA
Wright logged the camera into evidence at the Jefferson County
Sheriff's Office, evidence control 1110062.

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Of SA Ricky V. Wright

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Renee shirek and Amanda Henningsen ,On 04/28/1993 ,"go


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While Henningsen and Shirek were at the table, three or
four boys ran into the cafeteria from the entrance by the
teachers lounge and were yelling that someone had a gun. Chris
Markham and Steve Dreaden were two of the boys. Everyone got
down under the tables and Henningsen saw William Sanders walking
around making sure everyone was under the tables. After two or
three minutes, everyone got up and started running in all
directions. Henningsen and Shirek ran up the stairs. While
running up the stairs, they heard a loud bang behind them. Both
Henningsen and Shirek ran east down the main hall and out the
exit at the end of the hall. Once outside the school both ran
across Pierce Street to Leawood Park.
Neither Shirek or Henningsen remember seeing any large
duffle bags sitting in the cafeteria during lunch. Henningsen
advised that she was also in the cafeteria first hour and fourth
hour. When Henningsen was there fourth hour, Bae Gattoni,
Natalie Baker, Kelcy Fowler, Jenny Allen, Jenny Pollack, and
Brittney Gillette were also there. Henningsen does not recall
seeing any large duffle bags in the cafeteria first hour or
fourth hour. During both first hour and fourth hour, there were
approximatelY 50 students sitting around in the cafeteria,
Henningsen recalls that Soott Parker, Brock Rembold, and Lindsey
Last Name unknown(LNU} were also in the cafeteria during fourth
hour.
Henningsen and Shirek did not know Eric Harris, Dylan
Klebold, or any of the other members of the Trenchooat Mafia very
well. Benningsen heard a rumor that Patrice Doyle knows Eric
Harris and saw him in school the morning of 04/20/1999. Doyle
noticed that Harris had a strange expression on his face, which
concerned her enough that she and a friend left school before the
shooting, Henningsen also heard that Ashley Egeland and Lacy
Hohn were chased by two gunmen. ~ohn believed that
the ~~men were Eric Harris and ..............
That day, Shirek was wearing a light blue Shirt, blue
jeans, and white shoes. Henningsen was wearing a white shirt,
green skirt, and tan sandals.
A description of Shirek is as follows:
Race: whit.e

JC- 001-009002
174A-ON-57419; Jeffeo #99-7625; Control #1371 & 1485

Renee Shirek and Amanda Henningsen .oe 04/28/1999 .hl<> 3


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Sex:
Height:
Hair:

A description of Henningsen is as follows:


Race: wnite
Sex: female
Height: 5'6"
Hair: olonde

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GILPIN COUNTY S.O.

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29 APRIL 1999

TO: SGT J.T. WARREN

FROM: SllERIFF 11RUCB HARTMAN

RIJFURr.:NCE: DEPUTIES ASSISTING AT COLUMBINE H.S.

ON 21 APRIL 199 WEBADTIm FOLLOWING PERSONNEL AT


COLUMBlNl1 HIGH SCHOOL;

DEPUTY RICK STEVENS


DEPUTY !lARRY WOOD
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HOL'lES, STEVEN

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West Metro Drug Task Foree JCSQ# 99-7625
DetectiveStevenHolmes April 22, 1999
GoldenPolice Department

Supplemental Report

On April 21, 1999, I was asked to assist members of the JeffersonCounty Sheriff's Officewith
the collectionof evidence at Columbine Highschool, 6201 S. Pierce Street, in unincorporated
JeffersonCounty, State of Colorado , Upon arrival, I was first asked by SergeantBooras to
record the licenseplates of all the vehicles parked in the loton south side of the highschool.
Aftercompletingthis task I gave the record of the license plates to Sgt. Booras.

Following this, I was asked to responded to the southwest corner of the building and assist Sgt.
Dunnebecke with the collectionofevidence. Atthis scene I observedseveral broken windows.
fragments from explosives, clothing and otherpersonal items, bullet casings, bloodstains, and
other items which I did not recognize. I assisted theJCSOand the FBI with the collectionof
itemsof evidence. All items recovered by me,at this scene, were turnedover to the JCSO as
evidence,

My final assignment was to assist investigators withcanvassing the south and south west parking
lOIS for any further items of evidence. During this search I locatedtwo bullet fragments. r also
observed what appeared to be bomb fragments and damage to several vehicles in the parking lot.
My final task was to pick-up any nailswhichwere located, and marked, by investigators earlier
in the investigation. All items were givenover to Investigator Reker as evidence.

No further action taken.

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GOLDEN POLICE DEPARTMENT
CONSHEET· REPORT NARRATIVE

• ',\>ORT DATE, 04-28-99 CR#, 99-136"2


_ ~ORT rD#' 9908504.AJK m#, 9908504
CLASSIFICATION, Agengy Assis~ J.e.s.o. Detectives, 1150/2260

COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE


Jeffco Case #99·7625
F.B.I. Case #174A-DN·57419
Control Number 1700, Assigned 04-48-99 Kreutzer/Watson
On 04-28-99 we were assigned the lead to follow-up indicating a piece
of evidence which was recovered from Klebold's room from a search warrant.
The item was initially described as a power source made by Cardinal, model
#14400V32BTS, Serial #740013, and has a identification tag attached to
Berger & Co. C0063.
The item was cleared via CCIC and no record was located indicating the
item has not been report stolen.
The Berger & Co. was located within the Denver Metro area at;
1350 17th Street
Denver, Co. 80202
(303)'571-4557
'",.is company is a computer software company and program developer.
Item #438 was viewed at the Jefferson county Property area, to obtain
Jetter description. It was learned the item is not a power source,
rather a 14400 bps external modem.
Berger & Co. was contacted via telephone. Mr. Bud Wilkerson conducted
some research on the item. The tag on the item is a old control numbering
system. He added the company often donates various computer components.
He believes the modem being a 14.4 bps is an old item and was most likely
donated to Jefferson County Schools. Mr. Wilkerson will continue to
research the item for a more exact explanation.
On 04,29·99 I received a call from Mr. Greg Martin who is the MIS
director for Berger & Co. He was able to give detail as to the disposition
of the 14.4 bps external modem. His records show it was donated to the
Dutch Creek Elementary School. He shows the donation took place in August
of 1998. His contact for Dutch Creek Elementary School as Janet Vanzant at
303-978-9802.
On 04-30-99 I was able to contact Janet Vanzant who explained she had
received the donation. She has a memo stipUlating the donation from Berger
& Co. I was faxed a copy of the memo. Contained in the Memo is 5 external
mOdems, however none are listed with serial numbers.
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~ Officer I NUlnber I Date Supervisor I Number I Date I?age I# of #~


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Janet Vanzant recalls the items and is aware of them being sent to the
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tach. central office. She states the items donated were all IEM compatible
~nd at Dutch Creek Elementary they only have Mackintosh Computers. She
made me aware of the contact person Michael Kent at 303-982-2200.
On 04-30-99 I did contact Michael Kent, he explained the modem was not
~~cmally tracked within any In system at Jeffco Schools. The item being
donated would not have any value to the school and would ~Ave been stored
,," Columbine High School in what he called the "m" room. It would not
unco~~n for a student to take the items from the room for personal use
due to the outdated technology of the item.
Michael Kent provided his voice mail number for any additional follow-
up of 303-982-5679.

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GOLDEN POLICE DEPARTMENT
CONSHEET - REPORT NARRATIVE

REPoaT DATE, 04-28-99 CliUh 99-:1.362


REPORT ID#' 9908504.hJX INt. 9908504
CLASSIFICATION, Agenoy Assist J.C.S.O. Deteotives, 1150/2260

COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE


Jeffco Case #99-7625
F.B_I. Case #174A-DN-57419
Control Nlli~er 11, Assigned 05-03-99 Kreutzer/Watson

We were assigned lead #11, which indicated the need to search the
wallets of Harris ~~d Klebold for any lists or other information to be
followed up on. On 05-03-99 we went to the Jefferson County S.O. evidence
vult and obtained the wallets for each.
From Harris's wallet a phone list, various business cards were found
and copied. From this list lead sheets were completed to determine any
relationship or association to Harris.
From Klebold's wallet a phone list, moniker list, and a locker list
containing combos with names_ Lead sheets were completed to locate and
determine ~~y association to Klebold from the lists.
From this lead there were approx. 43 leads completed and submitted for
assignment.

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Officer I Number I Date Supervisor I Number I Date l?age I# of II


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JC· 001.009015
FBII74A-DN-S7419
JCSO 99-7625
Investigator: Glenn Moore - Golden PoliceDepartment / (303) 384-8080

RE: COl\'TROL # 1883

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:
042999/12:451us
KAIL, Mona (DaB: 073057)
6172 W. AlderAvenue
Littleton, CO 80123
H: (303) 972-9260

Telephoned KAlL who explained she had been told by her seventy-year old neighbor,
Mary WEB, that she and her son, Michael WEB, had seen some suspicious person
possibly related to this incident. KAlLsaid Mary had told her thatthey had seen a male,
matching the suspects that were shown on television standing by the Columbine High
School a coupleof days prior to the shooting.

KAILalso reported that her son, Bartholomew FOSTER. witnessed the shooting as
he was in the cafeteria at the time. She saidhe was unavailable at the time of Our
conversation, but would try to make him available for a follow-up interview.

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:
042999/14:501us
WEB, Mary (ooB:020820)
6181 W. Alder Avenue
Littleton, CO
H: (303) 948-9598

Telephoned Mary WEB whom said that on Saturday, April 17. 1999 she and her son,
Michael WEB (ooB:030349) were driving by Columbine HighSchool at about I :2Oprn
when they saw suspicious person.

Mary WEB said they weredrivingby the school when they saw a "young man,"
dressed in a black trenchcoat, a black pants with long black hairpulled back in a ponytail
standingby the frontdoors. She addedthat thought this odd due to his appearance and
that the school being closed for the weekend. She did not recall anything further, or
whether the personhad anything with him.

Mary WEB could not provide an address nor telephone number for her son Michael
WEB, other than he works in Brekenridge duringthe week. She said she would have him
contact the Task Force ifhe returns on Monday. May 3. 1999.

JC. 001-009016
•• NEW LEAD SHEETS GENERATED:
Interview of witness WEB. Michael (OOB:030349).
Interview of student, shooting witness Bartholomew FOSTER (303) 972-9260

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FBII74A-DN·S7419
JCSO 99-7625
Investigator: Glenn Moore - Golden Police Department! (303) 384-8080

RE: CONTROL 4; 1561

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:
KASTLE, Tiro
8973 W. BrandtPlace
Littleton, CO 80123
(303) 932·1936

LAUGHLIN, Chad
6056 S. Coventry Lane East
Littleton, CO 80123
(303) 347-2422

Jefferson County PublicSchoolrecords were found to have only two students


registered by the name of "DANMAY," or "DANMAES." One of the students was in
third grade and eliminated as a possiblelead. Thesecond also failed to develop as Daniel
Austin MAES (091285) attended Summit Ridgeand wasonly 13YOA. Daniel Maes
mother, TheresaKisling (303) 972-6996 said her son "Danny" was not at Columbine
High School the day of the shooting.

On May 6, 1999 I spokewith KASTLE and LAUGHLIN independently. Both said


they had provided several interviews with otherinvestigators from the Columbine Task
Force. LAUGHLIN said the only person he was with at the time of the shooting was
Jeffrey Marquardt, who had been interviewed by Investigator Terry Demmel, which
Demmel confirmed, lead CN#2500.

KASTLE and LAUGHLIN couldonly provide twopersons the associate with being;
Dan Holsey and Dan Palmeter, neither of which were in the areawith themat the time of
the shooting, PAL'v1ETER was interviewed by Investigator Russ Atanasio, CN#283 I.

Noleads were found to identify "Dan" as presentwith KASTLE and LAUGHLIN at


the time of the incident.

(THIS LEAD IS DUPLICATE TOCN#1698.)

•• NO new leads generated.

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Investigator • ~
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FBI 174A·DN·57419
rcso 99·7625
Investigator: Glenn Moore - GoldenPolice Department / (303) 384-8080

RE: CONTROL It 1162


TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:
WHITE,Jim
(303)295-0570
050799 / 15:00hrs
Investigative lead Stated that Jim White had information on "third Shooting SUSpeCL"
I telephoned WHITE who told me that a fellow studentat the ColoradoInstitute of Arts,
Culinary School, by the name of "Erica" had told him of knowing someone possibly
involved in the Columbine High School shooting,

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:
BARBOSA, Erica (DOB:060880)
4635 S. Kalispell Way
Aurora. CO 80015
(303) 690-3591
050799 / 15:OOhrs
Through the Colorado Institute of Arts, Culinary School registrar I obtained only one
studenthaving the firSt name of "Erica." I then left a message for this student, Erica
BARBOSA. Shortly after this, BARBOSA returned my telephone call and provided the
following: .

BARBOSA providedvery vague/minimal Information. She described knowing a


personnamed"Eric" (unknown last) that claimed to have been the founder of the group
that subsequently becameknownas the "Trench Coat Mafia." She described this person
as being 5' -3 with longdark hair who frequently woreblack and white make-up.
BARBOSA said the only information she knew was that "Eric" claimed to have started
the group a few years ago. but was "kicked-out" a coupleof yearsago by the others in the
group. She added that "Eric" had told her the others in the group had kicked him out
quite some time ago becausethey didn't like his passive attitude, and that he did not "get
into the wild, crazystuff."

BARBOSA said she did not have any further information or leads for identifying
"Eric." She added that she did not have any: information directly related to the incidentat
Columbine High School.

BARBOSA later provided a telephone number for a person named "Ashley,"


(ROSS), whom she said wouldknow "Eric's" lastname.

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Investigator ----,,~'7-=~=--
FBI174A·DN·S7419
JCSO 99-7625
Investigator: Glenn Moore- Golden PoliceDepartment 1(303) 384·8080

RE: CONTROL # 1162


TELEPHO~'E lNTERVIEW:
ROSS, Ashley(OOB:090979)
6038 Balsam
Arvada, CO 80003
(303) 421-5947

050799! 16:30hrs
I telephoned Ashley Ross whom acknowledged knowing "Eric," and provided his last
name as DUTRO, She brieflyspoke about DUTRO as his having been a student at
Columbine High School until about 20 months ago when he enrolled In Colorado's Finest
Alternative High School. S hlamed e .that DUTRO had known most of the victims as
well as HARRIS, KLEBOLD, and the other Trench Coat Mafia members prior
to the shooting at Columbine g School. She added that DUTRO still lives within 10
minutes walking time from ColumbineHigh School. She then told me that DUTRO was
with her and handed him the telephone,

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:
DUTRO, Bric Scott (OOB:052880)
7375 W. Polk Avenue
littleton, CO 80123
(303) 973-0167

050799/l6:35hrs
I then briefly spoke with DUTRO who said he had already been Interviewedby an
investigator from the ColumbineTask Forcelast Wednesday. He said he had discussed
his knowledge of the persons Involved with the "other Investigator," but agreed to a
subsequent interviewif the information he had provided was Insufficient.

Associated Columbine Task Force Rapid Start Conm) numbers were found:
CN# DNI068 assigned to Tom Wilson (interview of associate McDuffy with info of Dl.:'TRO)
CN# DN1652assigned to DebbieGrainger (CClCINClC Check on DUTRO)
CN# DN1878 assigned to Jim Vonderohe (Prior arrest info on DUTRO &: associate)
CN# DN2024assigned to Vonderohe ? (imerview ofDUTRO)
CN# DN2068 assigned to Schoshke (interview of associate)

•• NO new leads generated.

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FBI174A-DN·S7419
JCSO 99-7625
Investigator: Glenn Moore- Golden Police Department 1 (303) 384-8080

RE: CONTROL # 2m

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:
050399 1 09:30hrs
CHAMBERS, Donna
H: (303) 763-7672
TelephonedCHAMBERS whom had reponed that her Daughter, Abbigail Chambers,
had been told about "bomb planning" information by a fellowemployee of her's named
"Melissa:' CHAMBERS confirmed the report saying Abigail had told her that while
working at the Pretzelmakerin SouthwestPlaza"Melissa" had mentioned to her that she
was friends with six persons involved in the "bombing." She also was said that Melissa
had told Abbigail that two of the six were HARRIS and KLEBOLD. She had furthet told
her that they had shown her a map/planof wherethey were going to place the bombs in
the school. CHAMBERS further advisedshe was told by Abbigail that "Melissa" had
been fired from the Pretzelmaker since havingmade these statements. CHAMBERS
agreed to have her daughter. Abbigall, return my telephone call as soon as possible as she
was in school at the time.

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:
050399110:00hrs
FLETCHER. Patti (Store Manager) (DOB :061154)
Pretzelmaker
SouthwestPlaza
W: (303) 972-6711
Telephoned the Pretzelmakerat Southwest Plaza and spoke with the store manager.
Patti FLETCHER. in an effort to identify"Melissa." FLETCHER confirmed Melissa
Marie eRAVEZ had recently resigned. FLETCHER said on April 29, 1999 while at
work CRAVEZ had told another employee, Christine BELl.., that she knew six of the
persons involvedin the "bombing." FLETCHER said BElL is a student at Columbine
High School and had becomeupset over what CRAVEZ had been told her. She had also
learned that CRAVEZ had told BElL that the persons involved in the "bombing" had
shownher a plan or drawingof the school showring where they were going to place the
bombs. BElL said CHAVEZ had also mentioned that two of the six persons were
KLEBOLD and HARRIS.

FLETCHER said she personallyspoke with CRAVEZ about her comments. She said
eRAVEZ confirmed this to her saying she knew KLEBOLDand HARRIS, as weU as
four other "guys" that were involved. eRAVEZalso told her that she had been shown a
plan Or diagram by the persons involvedin the bombingof where they were going to
place the bombs withinthe school. FLETCHER said CRAVEZ told her she did not
know the names of the other four "guys" involved but that she could identify them from
photographs. FLETCHER said she did not haveany informationthat BElL had
mentioned anything about the incident prior to April 29'". FLETCHER also mentioned
that since leaving their employment she has been hired by "Till," which is also in the
Southwest Plaza.
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FBI174A·DN·57419
JCSO 99·7625
Investigator: Glenn Moore- Golden Police Department 1(303) 384·8080

RE: CONTROL # 2397

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:
050399 I 15:OOhrs
CHAMBERS, Abbigail Rianna (DOB:012984)
Employeeat Pretzelmaker
Student Bear Creek High School
1848 S, Reed Court
Lakewood, CO 80232
H: (303) 763-7672

Telephone interviewof Abbigail CHAMBERS. She confirmed her mother's account


of CHAVEZ' having told her she bad been showna plan or drawingof where the bombs
were going to be placed within the school. Abbigail said that last Thursday, April 29lh at
about 5:00pm CRAVEZ had told her this whileworking at the Pretzelmaker at Southwest
Plaza, She said that CRAVEZ said abouta coupleof months ago she was at HARRIS'
home when he showed bet their "layout"drawing of Columbine High School where they
were going to place their bombs, She addedthat eRAVEZ told her that there were five
other "guys" at BARRIS' house at the time, but she only knew HARRIS. Abbigailadded
that anotheremployee, Christine BELLwas presentwhenCHAVEZ was saying this,
however, she was afraid to talk with the policeabout this out of fear of retribution.
Abbigail said her boyfriend, Scott MAYHEW was also presentat the store when
CRAVEZ told her this account. She then handed the telephone to MAYHEW,

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:
050399/15:lOhrs
MAYHEW, Scott (DOB:091080)
Boyfriend of Abbigail Chambers
4819 S, lang Court
Morrison,CO 80465
H: (303) 979·3166
P: (303) 560-1003
Telephone interview of MAYHEW whoconfirmed his girlfriend. Abbigail's account.
He also said last Thursday at ahout5:00pm he was at the Pretzelmaker at Southwest
Plaza where Abbigailwas working. He described he was at the store as weU when
CRA'I/EZ had told this to Abbigail, however, he wasin the restroom at the time. When
he returned he saw that Abbigail was upset, and askedher why, He said Abbigail told
him to ask Melissa. MAYHEW said thaiCRAVEZ then told him the same accountas
had Abbigail,

JC. 001.009021

Investigator ~
FBI 174A-DN-S7419
JCSO 99-7625
Investigator: Glenn Moore- Golden Police Department / (303) 384-8080

RE: CONTROL it 2397

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:
050499/13;3Ob.rs
CRAVEZ, Phyllis (DOB:091153)
Mother of Melissa Chavez
6631 S. DudleyCoun
Littleton, CO 80123
H: (303) 979·2822

Telephoned the Chavezresidenceand initially spoke with PHYlLIS CRAVEZ, who


said she was Melissa's mother. She said she was aware of why 1 was calling, and
volunteered the following:

PHYLLIS explainedthat her daughter. Melissa. had told her after the Columbine
incidentthat she had met HARRIS and KLEBOLD at Funplex in Decemberof 1997/
January 1998. She thoughther daughtermight have confusedthe year, and had actually
met them December 1998or January 1999; however, added that her daughterhas been
frequenting Funplexfor several years, PHYlliS said Melissa had told her On One of
these occasions at Funplexshe had overheard HARRIS talking withother boys, planning
the "bombing" at the school. PHYLLIS was verycooperative and appropriately
concernedover this information and said they were going to call the police and report
this, but had not yet done so. PHYLLIS then volunteered to wake Melissato have her
speak with me, which sbe then did.

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:
050499/13:3Shrs
CRAVEZ, Melissa (DOB:060582)
Acquaintance of Harris and Klebold
Not Columbine High School student
6631 S. DudleyCourt
Littleton, CO 80123
H: (303) 979-2822
Phyllis the handed the telephone to her daughterMellisaChavezwhom told me the
following:
MELISSA began by explaining that she has never been a studentat Columbine High
School. She said she knew of prior planning of the "bombing,"as she had overheard Eric
HARRIS and five other boysplanning what they were goingto do.

MELISSAsaid she had first met HARRIS and KLEBOLD at the Funplexarcade, on
Coalmineand Kipling, in 1997, possiblyduring the "warm," summermonths. She said
she had become an acquaintance of theirs, seeing them only at Fnnplex about 15 to 25
separate times over the years following. She descrihed them as always weadng black
clothing,but that they did not wear the black trenchcoats for the first few months she
knew them.
Je- 0()1-009022
FRI114A·DN·57419
JCSO 99.1625
Investigator: Glenn Moore - Golden Police Department / (303) 384·8080

REi CONTROL # 2397

(CONTINUED: interview of Melissa Chavez)


MELISSA added that HARRIS and KLEBOLD were a few other boys about their age
when she met him. some of which were also wearing black clothing. MELISSA said
HARRIS and KLEBOLD were almost always together when she saw them at Funplex.
She added that HARRIS was "really cool," and that she knew him better as be spoke with
her morethan KLEBOLD. She also added that KLEBOLD appeared to want to keep her
out of their group. MELISSA said that HARRIS spoke frequently of suicide and told her
how his life "sucked," because peoplepicked on him. Shecould not provide who was
picking on HARRIS, or where this was occurring. She added that she felt she had talked
HARRIS out of killing himself several times.

On approximately July of 1998, whichwas about the fifth time she saw HARRIS and
KLEBOLD at Funplex. they were again with fourother boys that they were with often.
MELISSA describedthem group of six boys as sitting next to the area where she was,
inside Funplex. She said she overheard some of theirconversation as they were talking
about where they were going to place the "bombs"in the "school," and were pointing to a
"map." She described this map as being a standard sizedpiece of paper (8.5»xl I") and
thoughtit looked handdrawn, Her perception was that this map wasof the school as they
were talking about where they were going to place the bombsin the school. After hearing
this she said she left Funplex. MELISSA said at no time did they discussanything with
her about their plans. MELISSAcould not provide any names for the four other boys, as
she did not know them as well as HARRIS and KLEBOLD. She again added that most
of the boys were wearingblack when she saw them.

MELISSA said she last saw HARRIS about five months ago at Funplex. She said she
didn't stay long due to curfew as it was about 10:45pm. She said on this occasion
HARRIS was again with KLEBOLD and two other boys she did not know.

MELISSA volunteered that she has "felt bad" about having heard them planning the
"bombing," and didn't do anything about it She said she did not have any contact with
anyone over the Internet and that they do not have a computerin their home. She also
deniedbeing at ColumbineHigh School the day of the shooting, nor did she know
anyone talking about having been there.

U NEWLEADSHEET GENERATED,
WITNESS TO CRAVEZ' STATEME"ITS:
BELL, Christine (OOB:061282)
6616 W. Leawood Drive
Littleton, CO
H:(303) 730-9257

(CHAMBERS, Abbigail; interview listed above)


( MA¥HEW, Scott;interviewlisted above) JC· 001·009023
Watson , J .
COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE
CONTROLNUMBER: 3747
JCSD CASE NUMBER: 99-7625
FBI CASE NUMBER: 174A-DN-574I9
GOLDEN POLlCE NUMBER: 99-1362
REPORT DATE: 06/0l/99
DETECTIVES: Jon Watson

Background:
BrooksBROWN was interviewed by Lakewood Police Agent LaurelLICHTENBERG after the
shooting.

Lead:
Re-contact LICHTENBERG to clarify BROWN's statements as reported by Investigator MUSE.

Disposition:

SUBJECT: Agent Laurel LICHTENBERG


Lakewood Police Department
(303) 987-7170

Agent LICHTENBERG was on vacationwhen the lead was assigned on 05/24199,

I spoke with Agent LICHTENBERG on June t, 1999 by telephone. She told me that she did not
actuallyspeak: with Brooks BROWN.

She said she spoke to a teacher, whose name she did not obtain, on April 20, 1999 about 11 :50 to
12:00following the shooting, LICHTENBERG believes he was a Psychologyteacher, The
teachertold her that he and another teacherwere away from the school at lunch when the
shooting occurred, but that on their way back to the school. they spoke with BROWN, who told
them he had seen Eric HARRIS carrying an "odd lookingduffel bag". She escorted the teacher
to speak: with an investigator.

LICHTENBERG is relatively certain of the time, because she recalls arriving at the scene about
I! :39. and directing traffic for a short time prior to conducting the teacher to the investigators,

JC. 001-009025

1
JEFFCO D.A. 's OFFICE

JC- 001-009026
Doyle, P.

Je· 001·009027
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUli'l?LEMEN'l'AJ'., REPORT

Defep.dant: HARR!S / KLEBOLD Docket Number:


Date: APRIL 28, 1999 Case Number: 99AQ62
lleputy D.A.' Investigator, DOYLE, PJ

FBI CASE 174A DN-S7419

WITNESS CONTROL NUMBER. 1429

JCSD CASE 99-7625

Reporting investigator! P.J. Doyle, is a commissioned peace


officer employed by the District Attorney in the First Judicial
District serving Jefferson and Gilpin Counties. I am currently
assigned to assist in interviewing students from Columbine High
School.

On April 26, 1999 I spoke to 9th grade student Joey Renee


Marcotte.
DOB: 1-28-84
8451 W. star Circle
Littleton, CO 80128
303 972-3710
Mother: Michelle Marcotte Work: 979-0982
Father: Joseph Marcotte work: 298-0230

Joey has been a student at CHS since August of 1998. Her


mother was present during the interview.

JC.001-009028
Joey told me the following:

1
She was in the cafeteria eating her lunch and was sitting at
table E on the diagram which is attached. She was sitting with:

/Kenny Dooley
Stephanie Duffy
Matt Seasow
,Sarah Jillings
Eri t tany T'j"acke

Joey had just finished her sandwich and was finishing her
lunch. She got to the cafeteria a little early. Her last class
ended at 11: 10, and she thinks she got to the cafeteria at about
11: IS. She heard shots outside. At first, she d.i.dn ' t know What
they were. She thought it was a senior prank. A janitor ran up to
her table and said to get down and said that "they" had a gun.
That's when she saw a "guy" run by with a gun in his hand. She got
down and crawled towards the stairs. She saw other people running
up the stairs and heard more shots. She said that she got under a
table by the stairs by the school store, on the far end of the
cafeteria. She was under the table and she said that shot gun
shells were by her legs and she heard a bunch of explosions. She
said that she heard a lot: of gun shots, but could not tell me how
many.

Joey said that one gun she saw was like a rifle. She said that
the blasts from the gun were making her hair move. They were
close. She said that bullets were wspraying". She said, "I just
crouched down there. I remember the very last blast because it blew
out the window. They were laughing as they threw the bombs and shot
people. They said today the world's going to come to an end.
Todayls the day we die.~
JC- 001-009029
Joey said that there was fire near her back. She aa Ld , II I
looked around and t looked back. They were standing there smiling
and looking at what they had done." She left the cafeteria and ran
to the senior parking lot. She said that she ducked behind a car

:1
and saw a policeman and felt safer. She was then taken to a police
car and frisked.

Joey said that she saw only one guy at first. He was wearing a
black trench coat. When asked if she recognized him. she said that
he looked like someone from school. She said that now she knows it
was Eric Harris. She said, ~Now that I think about it! it may have
been the trench coat, and not the fuzzy hair that I saw."

Joey said that when she saw the second person with Eric, it was
Dylan Klebold. She had recognized him from school. She first
recognized his blonde hair.

Joey said that neither one of them had pack packs or duffle
bags when she saw them.

Joey's back pack is black. She left it in the cafeteria.

When she hid unde r the table, the people around her were gone.

She knows of no internet correspondence of Eric's and Dylan's.

When asked who else Eric and Dylan hung cut with, she said.
'They hung out together.'

She said that Pauline Colby and Patrick McDuffy used to be part
of the group that hung with Eric and Dylan. She said that she had
heard from Pauline and Patrick that Dylan and Eric were starting to
get into scme scary ideas and they stopped hanging around them. The
scary ideas that Joey knew about were playing paint ball and games
like that, and acting like they were ambushing people and play
violent video games. Joey is still friends with Pauline. Joey
said that she di~~'t see Pauline the day of the shooting, and hasn't
seen or talked to her since then. Joey said that although she is
friends with Pauline, she doesn't hang out with her after school.
Joey said that a friend of Pauline's hung out with "that group". but
Joey didn't know Pauline (s friend (s name. Joey said that Patrick

3 JC- 001·009030
doesn't go to CBS anymore. He goes ~o a different school now. He
picks up people from CBS every now and then. The people he picks up
are, Lydia Shofner, someone named Jesse (a girl) and a guy named
Evan. Lydia is a good friend of Joey's. Joey said that she didn't
see Patrick at school the day of the shooting. She said that she
didn't know Dylan and Eric, but had just seen them around the school.

Joey said that she remembered seeing the following people at


school that day:

Jes'sica I?addilla, Mrs. Black, Joe Dreaden, Steve Dreaden, Jill


Schneider, Brook Allison, Mrs. Mosier, Mr. Mosier, Mr. Tank, Steven
CUrnow, Kelly Fleming, Lazuen Townsend, Daniel Rohrbough, Daniel
Mauser, and Rachael Scott.

Joey said that she saw Eric and Dylan at school in the halls,
that morning. She said that didn't have a trench coat on.
Eric was wearing a bright orange t-shirt and jeans.

Joey said that a few weeks before the shooting, someone


super-glued the key locks at the seheol.

Joey has never Seen anyone else with guns at the school. She
noticed no duffle bags or canisters.

No further information at this time.

Date
JC·001·009031

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JC·001·009032
JC·001-oo9033
JEFFERSON CO~ DIST.lICT ATTOaNBY'S OFFICE

ne£sudan t:, Harris/KJ.ebold Dock.1: Humber,


nate, April 24,1999 Ca.•• Humbe:e-' 99A062
neputy D.A.: Il1vestigator, Gallagher M.

On April 20, 1999 Commander Debi Grainger of the Critical


Incident Team requested Critical Team Investigators respond to
Colunioine High School to assist the Jefferson County Sheriff's
Department in the shooting and homicide of several students at the
school.

Upon arriving at the school myself and other investigators were


briefed on what had transpired at the school by Jefferson County
Sheriff Sergeant Randy West.

On April 21, 1999 I was assigned to conduct an interview with


Robin Anderson, who is the girlfriend of Dylan Klebold one of the
suspects in the Columbine murders. Assisting me in the interview
was Detective Jim Vonderohe of the A...-vada Police Deparcment. The
interview took place at the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department
Investigations Division. The interview was video taped. For
complete aetails see Detective Vonderohe's report.

-1?1.-<-<.-~~ J;/.o..1.~
Investigator Date
JC- 001-009034

1
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEy'S OFPICB

S1J'PPL!lXENTAL RBl'ORT

Defendant: Ha.rrisjKlebold Docket Number:


Date: April 24, 1999 Case Number, 99A062
Deputy D.A.: Investigator, Gallagher M.

***************************************.****************************

On April 22, 1999 Detective Jack McFadden of the Jefferson


County Sheriff's Department Intelligence Division to ask me to
conduct an interview with Kathy paavilainen, and Linda Reffel. Both
of these women worked the After Prom party that was held at
Columbine High School on April 17, 1999.

On this same date Detective Vonderohe and myself conducted an


interview with Linda Reffel at her residence. Ms. Reffel made the
following statements.

Ms. Reffel stated she was on the food committee for the After
Prom Party at Columbine High School on April 17, 1999. Judy Durkin
another person also was on the food committee. The food for the
most part was being stored in the school refrigerator and freezer.

Ms. Reffel stated that on Saturday night before the kids


arrived for the After Prom Party sometime between 9 P.M. to 11 P.M.
she went to take the food off some ice in the freezer. Upon opening
the freezer she saw a white propane gas tank approximately eighteen
inches to two feet high in the freezer. It was setting on the floor
with a bunch of empty Pepsi cups stacked. on the cart. She first
thought that the propane tank was going to be used to blow up the
balloons they were going to have for the party. However, she said
the propane tank did not look like the oxygen tank she saw upstairs.

JC. 001-009035
1
Ms. Reffel stated she remembered seeing the janitor up near the
freezer when she went to get the food. The alarm was going off.

Ms. Reffel remembers seeing Dylan Klebold talking to a male


person with green hair wearing black leather. He was described as
being 6 foot skinny with messy hair sticking straight up.

Ms. Reffel was asked i f the kids, who attended the After the
Prom party had access to the rest of the school. Ms. Reffel stated
the party was from 12 midnight to 5 A.M. The school was open all
night. Anybody could have went anywhere in the school and let
anybody in. There was no security at the school. However, there
were other parents who were helping out with the party.

The school was also open on sunday for the clean up.

In addition we interviewed Linda Harris and her husband Phil


Harris. Tr.ey were at Ms. Reffel' s residence and they also attended
the After Prom Party. Ms. Harris made the following statements.

Ms. Harris stated she was sitting in her car behind the school
by the gym somewhere between 11,3Q P.M. to 12 Midnight, when she saw
two boys corne from the front of the school and tried to get in the
school by the doors in back.

Mr. Harris remembers seeing the kid with green hair corne
through the front door.

Mr. Harris said another parent identified as John Van Nuys was
working the doors oat the back of the school and he might have
information. He can be reached at 303-985-3569.

We asked Ms. Reffel and Mr. .. Mrs. Harris if any of them saw
anybody carrying anything into the school. They replied no.

JC- 001-009036
Information: Linda Ruffel
DOB 7-28-60
6821 W. Friend Pl.
Littleton, Co.
303-973-8426
303-277-5577 (wi

Phil Harris
001l 4-6-48
Linda Harris
OOB 10-2-50
7553 So. Arnes Way
Littlecon, Co.
303-979-5249
303-799-0179 (Phil's work)

-1Jt~ ,};f-t)"'U~
Investigator Date
JC- 001-009037
JBJ'I!'DSOl'l CO'O'R'l.'Y DISftIC'1' A'1"1'OlUIBY'S 01!'J'ICB

Defendant. Harris/Klebold Docket 1IIWIII:l_.


nate. May 10, 1999 Ca.. IIIWIII:ler. 99A062
Deputy D. A •• Il:lv••tigator. Gallagher M.

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

On May 10. 1999 this investigator contacted the following


Columbine High School witnesses, who were in Doug Johnson's class on
April 20, 1999 during the shooting.

Jeremy Baker
DOB 7-14-83
7196 W. Clifton Ave
Littleton, Co.
303-978-0114

Mr. Baker was sitting in a corner of the classroom. He heard


gunshots. He never saw the gunmen.

He does not remember hearing anything this was going to be a


bad day at school or any thing like that.

He left his back pack in the science room. The back pack
contains his glasses and calCUlator.

Jonathan Ballard was already interviewed.

David Batchelder
DOa 4-5-82
5546 W. Hinsdale Ave.
JC· 001-009038
Littleton, Co.
303-979-7818

1
Mr. Batchelder is visually impaired and did not see any thing.

Alysa Bernard
903-948-7223

Kristopher Bovee
DOB 11-24-82
5515 So. Allison St.
LIttleton, Co.
303-970-7567

Mr. Bovee did not see anything. He did not hear or saw any
thing in reference this was going to be a bad day at school. He had
a back pack with a cheap calculator.

Stephen Broden: Already interviewed.

Lisa Cosgrove
DOB 2-7-83
8270 W. Stene Place
Littleton, co.
303-933-9559

Ms. Cosgrove heard gUnshots. She saw Mr. Sanders when they
brought him in to Mr. Johnson's science room. Mr. Sanders was all
bloody. She never heard or saw any thing pertaining to it is going
to be a bad day etc. She has back pack with keys to her car that
was left in science room.

Ashley Da....is
DOB 7-12-83
6871 W. Walden Pl.
Littleton, Co. JC- 001-009039
303-948-8967

2
Ms. Davis heard gunshots. She did not see gunmen. She did not
hear any thing nor did she see anything on school TV indicating this
was going to .be a bad day. She had a back pack containing a
calculator $5 and student ID.

Anna Dismang
DOB 1-24-83
7082 W. Morraine Ave.
Littleton, Co.
303-979-8047

Ms. Dismg did not saa anything. She heard gunshots. Never
heard or saw any thing on TV that it was going to be a bad day. He
had hack pack with $2 and calculator, and books.

Richard Ian Gallegos


DOS 8-30-83
7015 W. Fremont Pl.
Littleton, Co.
303-973-5320

Mr. Gallegos stated he saw the phrase at the morning


announcements that said something to the effect don't you wish you
did'nt come to school today 4-20, 4-20. He never saw the gu:tlIllen. He
heard gunshots. He had back pack. The back pack contained. books.

Tami Knowles
DOll 11-3-82
303- 11-3-82

Ms. Knowles heard gunshots. Never saw any thing. She had back
pack with books.
JC- 001·009040
Marjorie Lindqolm
DOB 9-30-82

3
7576 So. Newland St.
303-948-5533

Ms. Lindholm stated she did not see anything. Classmate Kevin
Starkey told her he saw the gunmen. She had back pack with a $20
check in the back pack.

Evan McLaugherty: Evan's mother told this investigator he is


still too traumatized to be interviewed. He is presently out of
state. She will call when we can talk to Evan.

Elizabeth Mullens: According to Me. Mullens mother Elizabeth


did not see anything. She heard gunshots and screaming. She had
books in her back pack.

Eric Parsons
DOB 7-30-82
8097 S. Marshall Ct.
Littleton, Co.
303-937-0876

Mr. Parsons did not see shooters. He heard gunshots. He had


calculator in back pack.

Melanie Poleshook
DOB 2-12-83
7205 So. Zephyr Way
Littleton, Co.
303-973-1829

MS. Poleshook never saw gunmen. She saw I'lr. Sanders. She
remembers hearing something to effect on morning announcements don't
you wi sh you were not here today. She haa back pack. She haa her
purse next to back pack with $40 and student ID.

S-/1-7"7
Investigator Date
JC. 001·009041
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JC- 001-009042
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JC- 001-009045
LAKEWOOD POLICI DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL UPORT
REPORTING AGENT: BAns, CREIGHTON CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: MULTIPLE VICTIMS DAT! OF REPORT: 04/21/99
OFFENSE: AOA/HOMIC1DE
Jefferson County Sheriff's Deportment CRit 99-7625.

On 04/20199, at about 12,30 hours, I become cwcre of a situcticn at Columbine High


School involving gunfire and explosions. The locerion of Columbine High School is 6201
South Pierce Street in Littleton. At about 1300 hours, Detective Stan Connally end I left
Ihe Lakewood pollee station enroute 10 assist the Jefferson County Sheriff's Deportment.

Upon our arrival, at about 1315 hours, we met Sergeant Girson, who was near the
intersection of Leawood Avenue and Pierce Street. Sergeant Girson obtained suspect
information via the rodic. Sergeant Girson assigned Detective Inskeep to accompany
other low enforcement officers to Ihe address of the home of the
suspect named Dylon Klebold. Sergeant Girson instructed Detective Stan Connolly, with
other law enforcement officers, to drive to home of the second
suspect, Eric Harris. At about 1340 hours, Detectives Inskeep and Connally deported
the scene and went to their respective locations.

At about 1440 hours, Sergeant Girson received a description of a suspect vehicle from
Detective Connally via the phone. Detective Connally learned that Eric Harris drove a
Honda Prelude, gray or brown in color and usually parked the vehicle in front of the
school in the lower lot.

I paged Detective Inskeep a couple of times so that he could provide informotion to


Jefferson County Investigator Kate Botton regarding pending search warrants on the
suspect's homes. At about 1500 hours, Detective loskeep answered my page and
coiled. The phone was hcnded to Investigator Botton who obtained the needed
information.

JC- 001.009046
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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGI!NT: BATES, CREIGHTON CAS; NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: MULTIPLE VICTIMS DATE OF REPORT: 04121199
OFFENSE: AOA[HOMICIDE
At 1620 hour>, Commander Debbie Granger, from the Jefferson County Critical Incident
Team, assigned me to conduct officer interviewsat Leawood Elementary School located
at 6155 West Leowood Drive, Littleton. Iwas assigned to interview DPD Officer George
Gray, Badge #86-008.

On 04/20199, at about 1708 hours, I interviewed Technician George Allan Gray.


Technician Gray stoted he has worked for DPD for the lost 13 years. The first 4 years
were spent in District #4. Following that, he spent 5 years in the gong unit. For the lost
'3 years, he has been a full-time SoNAT team member. Technician Gray stoted his
regular duties include support and cover for patrol units, warrant service and to handle
barricaded gunman situations. He stated he worb Detail 2, which is the day watch from
10,00 c.rn. to 6,00 p.rn, His normal days off are Sunday and Monday. Technician
Gray confirmed he had Monday, 04119199 off. He returned to work this morning at
10,00 c.rn. and attended roll call. He said, about an hour later, he heard radio fraffic
from Canine Officer Tom O'Neill, who explained there had been shots fired at
Columbine High Scheel.

Technician Gray stated he took an unmarked cor from SWAT headquarters end drove
to Columbine High School. He parked near the intersection of Leawood Avenue and
Pierce Street where he met other S'NAT team members Henry Bloodworth, Tom O'Neill
and Jamie Smith. As Technician Grey changed into his SWAT gear, he heard radio
traffic of gunshots being fired inside the school. Denver SWAT Lieutenant Pat Phelan
and Captain Vince DiManna instructed the team they would be performing on
evacuation of the students.

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lAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: BATES, CREIGHTON CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: MULTIPLE VICTIMS DATE OF REPORT: 04/21/99
OFFENSE: AOA/HOMICIDE
Teehnkien Gray recoiled he and 10 to 12 other "i'N AT team members used a fire truck
as cover to approach the front doors of the school, which faced east. The fire truck was
perked about 25 vcrds from the front door and Technician Grey reeelled seeins bullet
holes in the windows and on open door, just south of the front door. Technicicn Gray
recoiled seeing what he believed was a student with his hands up against the glass,
north of the front door. Technician Gray said Captain DiManna and lieutenant Phelan
decided to move to the cafeteria side of the school, as that was where the last known
gunfire occurred.

Technician Gray stoted they moved around to the north side of the building and
eventually ended up at the west side entrance. Technician Gray recoiled seein,9 two
students, one of whom wos a male, and moving. The second student appeared to be
a female and was not moving. Techiclcn Gray saw an object necr the door which
appeared to be 0 propane bottle with objects affixed to the outside with block tope. He
said this device was nearest the moving victim.

Technician Gray stated Captain DiManna and Lieutenant Phelan ordered a four to five
man rescue team. Technician Gray said he was ordered by Captain DiManno and
Lieutenant Phelan to provide cover fire into the windows of the doors OS other team
members pulled the victim to safety. Technician Gray stated he fired approximately 16
to 18 rounds in controlled bursts at the windows with the intention of pinning down the
gunman whose location was unknown. Technician Gray stated Captain DiManna held
the shield in front and Lieutenant Phelan was behind the Captain. Technician Gray
recalled 0 Littleton officer or Sergeant Dan O'Shea being to the right of the shield.
Technician Gray recoiled being to the left of the shield.

JC- 001-009048

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPAR.TMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: BATES, CR.EIGHTON CASE NUMBER.: 99-38856
VICTIM: MULTIPLE VICTIMS DATE OF REPORT: 04/21/99
OFFENSE: AOA/HOMICIDE
The team advanced tc the male victim. The victim was grabbed and pulled back to the
fire truck. Technician Gray stated he fired about 4 rounds from his .9mm H & K MPS
Long Gun on the team's retreat. TechnicianGray said Captain DiManna end Lieutenant
Phelan made the decision to pull the second victim, the female who did not have signs
of life, bock to the fire truck. The team advanced a second time. Technician Gray
stated he fired 10 to 11 rounds From his MP5 at the same area as suppression fire. The
second victim was pulled to the fire truck.

Technician Gray said he saw a third victim, who appeared to be dead, near the bottom
or some stairs on that side of the building. Technician Gray said he scanned the second
floor windows but did not fire. He recalled Sergeant Dan O'Shea firing suppression
rounds into a window below the library. The victim was not alive, according to
Technician Gray.

Teehnieian Gray stated Lieutenant Phelan and Captoin DiManna agreed they should
withdraw and reorganize at the Command Post. Technician Gray stated the rescue took
approximately 15 minutes.

Technician Gray said he did not rire at any other time with the MPS or with his Glock
.4Smm sidearm. Technician Gray went on to say he assisted in vacating end searching
the school,

Technician Gray stated he obtained at least 8 hours of sleep the night previous. He
stated he hod not consumed alcohol in the previous 24 hours. He stoted he hod token
one pill of Flexeril and three pills or 200 mg Ibuprofen for his left wrist tendon which was
tender. He explained he wore a splint on his left wrist at the time of the shooting. He

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Je· 001·009049
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: BATES, CREIGHTON CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: MULTIPLE VICTIMS DATE OF REPORT: 04J21199
OFFENSE: AOA/HOMICIDE
said his left hand WQ1 the support hand for the rifle and was not involved in
manipulating the trigger. Technician Groy stated he ete a full dinner of 04/19/99 at
about 1700 hours. He recalled eaung four Girl Scout cookies at about 10,00 p.m.,
when he took the pain pills mentioned previously. He added he was married, with four
children end there were no unusual problems at home. He stated work was going wet!.
He denied wearing contact lenses or glasses.

Technician Gray stated he is not only certified to carry the MP5 but he is an MP5
instructor. He has trained and carried the weapon for the last three years. He stated
he quo[ifies with the weapon 4 times a yeor. Technician Gray stated he has never been
in a police shooting himself but srered he had been in an incident in which his partner
fired his weapon on December 7, 1990. Following the shooting, Technician Gray stated
he spoke to team member Don Gilworth briefly. He stated no one else has handled his
MP5 since the incident.

Technician Gray stated he and the SWAT team practice •officer down" drills where
officers lay down suppression rounds to pin down the suspect whose location is
unknown. Technician Gray stated this maneuver provides rescue team members a
margin of safety.

The interview was conduded at 1810 hours. For further, see transcripts.

JC· 001.009050
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LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: BATES, CREIGHTON CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: MULTIPLlVlcrJMS DATE OF REPORT: 04/21/99
OFFENSE: AOAlHOMICIDE
WITNESS LIST:

1) Technician George Allan Gray, OPO Badge #86-008


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Denver, CO
303-871-8888

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JC, 001·009054
LAKEWOOD POLice DEPARTMENT
SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT; Mark Dietel CASE NUMBER;993SS56
VICTIM: DATE OF REPORT;04.22.99
OFFENSE:Assist Other Agency

OSSERVATION/INVESTIGATION;
On 04·20·99 at approximately 14lJ0 hours, I responded to Columbine High School to assist The Jefferson
County Shenffs Department. At approximately 1430 hours, I assisted several Denver Police officers with the evacuation of
students from the west side of the school near the library The students were lead away from the scnoo] to nearby police
venicles whlcl1 transported lhem 10 the command post area. Toward the end of the evacuation, an unknown S,WAT team
member requested paramedics to respondto the library area
10 check for survivors. South Melro Fire Department paramedics Ken Ruben and David Zude requested that I accompany
them :0 lhe library.
We entered the librarythrough a broken glass door on Ihe northsideof the librEry I observed several bodies
laying on Ihe noor near a large table in the middle of the roam Eachof the bodiesappeared to have gunshot wounds 10 the
headand wereface downin a poolof blood. Ruben andZude cneckec for vrtal signs, but was unsuccessful for eaohof the
bodies they checked We checked on a lotai ot eig."tor nine bodiesin the library area After ohecking the ocoies, we exitec
the library through Ihe same door we entered. There were numerous S W A.T officersremaining In the library afterwe left.

Witness List
1. DavidZude
7900 E, Berry PI
Greenwood Viilage, Co 80111
303·773·8282

2 Ken Ruben
7900 E, Berry PI
Greenwood Village, Co 80111
303·773·8282

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Page 1 of 1 JC· 001.009055


Greenwell, M.

JC· 001·009056
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT
SUPPLEMENTAL RepORT
1E?ORTING AGENT: Greenwell CASE NUMBER: 99.(l38856
VICTIM: Columbine High School DATE OF REPORT: 04.27·99
OFFeNSe: AOA.J.C.S.D./Homiclde

OBSERVAT10NIlNVEST1GAT10N:
On Tuesday, 04·20·99, myself, Detective M. Harper, Sgt. D. McCasky, Detective S. Connally, and Detective D.
Mowery, all with I.."D, assisted Jefferson County S.O. investigators with the search of the Harris residence a t .
I assisted with the search of the interior of the residence. Prior to gOing into the residence, myself
and Detective Harper walked the perimeter of the residence to ensure our safety and to Visually Inspect the
security of the residence. We found nothing to indicate anyone was present except pollee personnel and the
residence appeared to be secure on the backside.

While walking around the residence. I noticed on the east side of the residence, there was a large flat concrete
pad, surrounded by weed fence. This concrete area had scuffs and scratches on the concrete with numerous
pieces of glass. The concrete appeared to have been struck by glass objects, causing the scratches and scuff
marks.

Once inside the residence, I was assigned to a search team with Detective Harper, an Agent from the CBI, and
a Jefferson County S.O. Investigator. We searched the family room area (interior room - north of garage). In this
room, I observed an 8mm Sony video camera and case laying on the family room floor. In a 'secretary/bookcase"
wail unit, I found several paper documents which had information regarding Enc Harris. Some cf these papers
were seized.

After the family room, we went upstatrs to the bedroom area and searched the open loft area. No Items we,e
selzed from this area and It appeared to be used mostly by Eric Harris' mother.

Next. we went to the bedroom directly north and wastalthe upstairs area. This room appeared to belong to Erlc's
older brother There were no items of evidentiary value removed from this room either

After these areas were searched, I assisted in the processing of Eric Harris' bedroom. I assisted mostly by
bagging ilems found by other investigators. i dkllocale a note on a table near Eric's bed which appeared to have
'ndicated a time line and the number of people he intended to kill at Columbine High School. This was left on the
rable to be photographed and was later seizec and booked.

JC· 001·009057
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LA~OODPOUCEDePARTMENT
SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
,;/EPORTING AGENT: Greenwell CASE NUMBER: 99-038856
VICTIM: Columbine High School DATE OF REPORT: 04-27.99
OFFENSE: AOA.J.C.S.DJHomicide

While downstairs, in the familyroom adjacent to Eric's room, I found several video tapes fromBiockbuster video.'
The tape in the video player, was "Apocalypse NoW' I alsoobserved some books on a bookshelf with Nazi war
themes (ie The Third Reich).

Afterassisting in the basement area, t assisted with the collection of the itemsin theupstairs bedroom, wherethe
computer was located. All computer disks from the bookcase in this bedroom were seized. as well as the
computer. monitor, and other computerrelated components.

At approx. 0000 hrs., on 04·21-99, other investigators arrived and the LPD Detectives left the residence after
assisting in carrying items collected in the house. All the items were carried out were placed in the Jefferson
County Investigator's vehicle and the vehicle was secured. LPD Detectives left the residence at approx. 0030
hrs..

Detective's signature/number/date Sergeant's signature/number/dale

JC- 001-009058

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LAKEWOOD PayeE DePARTMENT
SUPPLiMENTAl.. RePORT
DORTlNG AGENT: Grenwell CAse NUMBeR: 99-<l41662
VICTIM: State of CQlorado DATi OF REPORT: 04-29-99
____ OFFliNSE: Incident RlIllort

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Detective M. Greenwell
LPD Investigations DMsion (303) S87-n33
assignecl case investigation;

Oetedlve M. Dietel
LPO Patrol Division (:l03) S!l7-12.S5
assisted with follow-UP interviews;

BROWN, Krystill Marie DOB: OZ·25-83


10559 W, Saratoga 1"1.
Ultleton, CO 80127 (303) 94/3·5599
girlfriend of Cameron OOthoudt
I"ARENTS: MiChael & Shirley Brown

HENN IGAN, Sean Mlc.'1ael DOB: 10-05-82


8296 W, Eastman 1"1.
Lakewood, CO 80227 (303) SeO-5E1Z0
mend of Cameron Oothoudt.
PARENTS: Dan Hennigan

DINGLEDINE. Joseph Clyde 008: 06-21-83


4569 So. Alkire 51.
Morrison, CO 80465 (303) 979-5650
mend of Cameron Oothoudt.
PARENTS: Ed Dingledine

JC- 001-009059
LAKEWOOD POuce DEPARTMENT =_::: -:=:!': :::-." ..
SUPPLeMEHTALREPORT
..:l'OR1'lNG AGeNT: Greenwell CASE NUMBER: 99-il41662
VICTIM: State of Colorado DATE OF REPORT: 04-29.99
OFFENSE: Incident Report

OBSERVATlOlll/lNYESTIGATION:
On Thursday, 04-29-99, at approx. 1015 nrs., myself and Detedive Piete! went to SearCl"!$k High School, 3490
So. Kipting SL, to follow-up repcrts reference students whohad infomlation regarding a possible recurrence of
!he Columbine Hign School incident at Bear Cl"!$k High SeMol. The first person I spoke with was Samantha
KRESGE, a student at the schoct,

Samantha laid me on Monday or Tuesday, of this week (04-26-99 or 04-27·99), she was communicating with a
male subject, Cameron Oothoudt. over e-mail andthe telephone, Samantha said she was lold by Cameron, that
on Friday (04-30-99). aaar Creek High School was going to be attacxsc by the Trench Coal Mafia (TCM).
Samantha said she asked Cameron how he knew, and he told her he had friends who are in the reM and they
toid him they were going to attack 8CHS. Samantha added, Cameron told her later, that the rCM members he
. 'ew, did not actually tell him wt-at was going to happen. he only overheard ll1em saying what was going to
,lappen, I asked Samanll1a how she received this information, Samantha said she talked with Cameron on the
phone and over "instant messaging', on Amertca On Una(computers), samantha did not recall what Cameron
told her when.

I askedSamantha if sheknewanyof the TCMmembers and shesaidonlyona- RobertDonohue, Samantha said


she has not seenor heard from Robertfor apprcx two years, andused to know him by the street name of "Bug'
Samantha said Robert is nowknown in the TeM as"Smarr. Samantha did not have any information on F\ocert,
and did not know if he was involved in the Columbine H,S. incident or not.
JC- 001-009060

I askedSamantha whatshe thoughtabout Cameron's statements. Samantha saidshe thinks Cameron wasmore
interested in "sounding big' than he was In being violent, Samantha said when she was dating Cameron, in
January, 1999, he oncelold her how much he knows about explosives and he talked frequently about what kind
of bombswould make what kind of mess. Samantha saki Cameron told her he hated her father and talked about
What kind" of bomb he would use to kill her fa~"er and what a mess he would make with his bombs. I asked
"amantha if she knew of any violence Cameron was involved in and she said shedidn't think he was involved in
.ny. Samantha said healways acted"tough' andhit her onetimeon ll1e bullocks.very hard, Samantha said she
turned around and laughed at Cameron and this made him angry, but he did not respond to her at aiL I asked
Samantha if she thought Cameron could carry out any of these things he lold her about. Samantha again said.
LAKEWOOD FOUCI: OEPAlUMEl\lT ~'.~':'
SUPPl.Sl\IENTAL REPORT
.PORTING AG'ENT: Gl'\IlIlnwell CAse NUMBER: 99-041662
I1CTlM: State of Colorado OATE OF REPORT: 04-29.99
OFl"ENSE: lncident R6lX'rt

Cameron ' ..•tries hard to impress people, but evenhis dose Mentiscall him a 'dumb ass', for the way he adsi'
I asked Samantha if she knew if Cameron wsa on any medications. Samantha said Cameron laid her once, he
saw a psyChologis! and the psychologist told him he was crazy. but he has never said anything aboutbeing on
any medications. I asked Samantha what she 1l10ught of cameron's statements. Samantha said Camercn is
' .•.really messed up and he doesn't care for people. Camaron is always talking about how he breaks peopie's
necks on his computergamesl Cameron is a 'dumb ass' and he is really weirdI' I asked Samantha what she
meantby ' ...really weirdJ' Samantha said she is a part of the 'Goll1ics'a! SCHS and they know they are social
outcasts. Samantha said Camercn is even considered •...way out there - even further than the People I hang
with!' I asked Samantha what type aT music and computer games Cameron likes to play with. Samantha said
Cameron mostiy listens to Marilyn Manson, Tool. Rommstein. Ministry, Mega Deat.,. and Metalliea. The only
computergames (bethPC and Playslation games) were some type of spy game where you sneak up on people
'!I\d oreak their necks. and Star Craft. I asked Samantha if sheknew of anyone Cameron was close mends with.
.",mantha said Cameron's best mends are Shawn Hennigan and Joe Dingledine. Samantha added, Joe's
currentiy a student at BCHS, but Shawn is out of school for medical reasons. I asked Samantha if she knew if
Cameron had a girlfriend at the sohool or not. Samantha saidcameron's eX"9infriend is a 9111 named "Crystal",
but did no! know her last name. Samantha was released to return class, after I requested she not dlscuss this
inTormation with anyone else.

Detective Dietel interviewed Joe Dingledine at BCHS. See his supplemental report for infonmatlon on thiS
interview. The otherstudentwith information, Sarah Flint, was Interviewed by AgentHunt at 6CHS. Nofollew-up
interview was concucted with Sarah.

After 8CHS, Detective Oietel,.a JCSO Deputy Sheriff, and I went to 4613 So, Devinney St., and contacted
Cameron Octhcuct. Cameron was home with his father, 1imothy Oothoudt. I requested to speak WIth both
Cameron and his fatherandthey agreed. Cameron told us hE! was expecting us. When I asked how he knew we
were coming. he said his mendJoe had called twenty minutes priorand told him we had been at SCHS and ware
asking questions aboutCameron. Also at the residence, was Sean Hennigan. Detective Dietelwent upstairs and
.tarviewed Sean, while I talked with Cameron and his father.
JC- 001-009061
LAKEWOOD powee oeo ARTMENT ~
SUPPLEMENTAL RePORT .. - - _'n~ - , -

l'ORTlNG AGENT; GrHllWell CASE NUMBER: 99-041662


ICTlM: State of ColQrado DATE OF REPORT: 04-29,99
OF1=ENSE: Incident Report

Cameron said he did not know anything about eCHS oeing a'target and denied telling anyone the statements !
told him I was told. camel'lln said he hadnevertalked wilIl sarah, as they do not likeeach other. Cameron said
he had not talkedwith Samantha for approx. three weeks. When confronted with informaijon aboutwhat J was
told, Cameron ocntinued to deny hemadeanysuch statamlll11S. When! told Cameron this was done over"instant
messaging', he immediately replied, "I hal/\) nel/er toldSarah or Sam anything about blowing up BearCreekl' I
confronted cameron with his statement and aSked how he knew it was sarah and Samantha. Cameron denied
he said that. and then said he nlt\fer made the statements about BearCreek being a target. cameron did admit
he is mendswith sarah, but stated she is always making things up about him and trying 10 get him into trouble.
I continued to confront Cameronwith the statement hemade and he tried to change hiswords around and I again
confronted rurn with rns exact statement. Cameron never offered an answer to the question and said ;,e did not
"remember" ever saying anything about BearCreek being a larget. I talked wittl Cameron moreabout howhe
found out Bear Creek was a target and who he knew in the rCM. Cameron said he did not know anyone in ths
:M, andonly heard the things aboutsevei'll'schools being ,argets frompeoplehe associates withat Southwest
Plaza Mall. cameron did not know any of theIr names. but believes they are part of the rCM group. I asked
Cameron to tell me exaet!y what he heard. Cameron said he heard BCl-iS was to be a target on Monday, but
nothing bappened, so the day was changed to Fl1day (04-30-99), as this is the day HitlerdleC. Cameron said he
also heard Chatfield and Lakewood High were targets and could not tell me who he heard Ihis trcm. I asked
Cameron when he heard this and he said abouttwo days after the Columbine incident. I again asked cameron
who he knew was involl/ed in the discussions at SW Plaza and he said he did not know any of ttleir names. but
•...just heardpeople talking!' 1again asked Cameron Why hemade the statements to cecete about SCHS being
targeted. Cameron again said he just heard peopie he doesn't know talking about it.

I began toquestion Cameron about two suoiects. who's names came upIn otherconversations. I asked cameron
Who Bobby Hillboume was. Cameron said BCbby'is a friend of his and he is a part of the reM. I asked cameron
Where Bobby lives. Cameron said he heard, about one week ago, Bobby left,just afterthe incident at Columbine
HS, andwent on a seven day camping trip to Utah. I asked Cameron how long it hadbeen since he talked or saw
Bobby. Cameron said two to three months, that he only hears how Bobby is doingfrom Greg Philips. I asked
;ameron if he knew Bobby's phonenumberand he was able toprovideit to me without much lhought (932-9744
or 933-45(1).

JC- 001-009062
LAKEWOOD POUCE DePARTMENT
SUPPLEMENTA~REPORT
'ORTlNG AGENT: GI'lKnwell CAse NUMBER: 99-041662
..1 1M: State of Colorado DATE OF REPORT: 04-29099
OFFENSE: Incident Report

I askedCameron wne GregPhiOps was. Cameron said another friendof his, who is also a part of the TCM, who
is a close friend of Bobby's, Cameron said, however. Greg moved to Vail. several weeks ago, when his
grandmother became ill and he moved backto Vail with his mother. I asked Cameron when the last time was he
talked to Of saw Greg, Cameron said he talked with Greg the other night and that was when he leamed about
Booby going on the camping trip.

The nextllling I talked to Cameron about,washisinvolvementwith explosives orweapcns. Cameron saidhe has
never tried to make a bomb and has nevertalked atlO\lt bomb making. Cameron. wllllol.lt being asked, told me
hewould noteven knowwhere to go on the Internet to find sucn information. Cameron also added. he doesnet
have any books to tell him who to do so. The only weapons Cameron said he has. is a paint bail gun. Mr.
Oothoudt spoke up and said he could verify there were no weapons or explosives in the resicence. because he
doesnot believe In themandwould never allow them in his hcuse. Cameron also laid me he only knows of a ie«
.ple who have the 'Anarchist's Coo/¢ook" Cameron said a mend. Robert Stanley, Greg Phillips, and Bobby
Hillbcume. Cameron said. unsolicited, he does not haveaccess to this type of infonma~on. and has never triad
gelling thisinformation from the library.

I requested permiSSIOn to take a look inside Cameron's room. Both Cameron and his father agreed. Upon
cheCking the room, several books on wicca Ofwitchcraft were found. Cameron does not nave a trench coat, but
",as a black waist leng1llleather coat. with patches on it No weapons or materials used In making explosive
devices were tccatec. Theroomwas fairlyclean andthecloset androom was fairly organized and not full of mise,
debris.

Based on the infonmation we gbtalned. we left the residence and no enforcement action was taken. The
infonmation In this reportwas forwarded to Sgt Glrson and Mr. Taibi. an Asst. Prlncipai at BCHS. No additional
information at this time.
JC- 001-009063
CASE STATUS: UNF

Detective's signature/number/date sergeant's signature/numberidate


HALPIN, RICllA.RlJ

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LAKEWOOD POL ICE DEPARTMl!lNT

Off,",", AOA HOMICIDE c,..' 9903885.


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SUPPLEMENT
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WITNESSES:
1. SKINNER, BROOKE DOB: 04-26-82 W/F
9532 W. BRANDT PI. LITTLETON, CO 303-973-4436

2. ALLISON, PAGE 008: 11-05-81 W/F


5442 S HOLLAND ST LITTLETON, CO 303-978-9319

OBSERVATION/INVESTIGATION:
AT APPROXIMATELY 1145 ERS, 04-20-99, I RESPONDED TO W BOWLES AVE AND S
PIERCE ST TO ASSIST JEFFCO SO WITH A SHOOTING AT COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL.
UPON MY ARRIVAL, I WAS ASKED TO INTERVIEW SOME OF THE STUD~~S WHO HAD BEEN
ABLE TO ESCAPE THE Gu"NMEN. I WAS APPROACHED BY AN UNKNOWN FEMALE ADULT
WHO SAID THAT TWO FEMALE STUDENTS HAD WITNESSED THE INITIAL ASSAULT ON THE
SECOND FLOOR. I SPOKE WITH BROOKE SKINNER AND PAGE .~LISON WHO SAID TFAT
THEY WERE IN A MR CRAM'S (SP?) SCIENCE CLASS ON THE SECOND FLOOR WHEN THEY
HEARD THE SOUND OF GUNFIRE. BROOKE SKINNER SAID THAT MR CRAM STEPPED OUT
ro LOOK AND THE LAST SHE SAW. MR CRAM HAD FALLEN TO THE FLOOR. BROOKE
SKINNER AND PAGE ALLISON SAID THAT T~EY THEN R&~ FROM THE ROOM AND AS THEY
DID. THEY SAW ONE SUSPECT ARMED WITH A RIFLE. THE SUSPECT WAS SHOOTING AT
THE STUDENTS AND BROOKE SKINNER SAID HE WAS A WHITE MALE. WEARING DARK
CLOTHING WITH SOME TYPE OF LARGE BELT AROUND HIS WAIST. BOTH STUDENTS SAID
THAT THEY DID NOT TAKE A LONG LOOK BUT SAID THAT BULLETS WERE HITTING THE
GLASS NEXT TO THE EXIT DOORS THAT T~EY WERE RUh~ING THROUGH TO ESCAPE.
BROOKE AND PAGE SAID THAT THEY ALSO SAW AT LEAST TWO STUDENTS WOUNDED IN
THE SCIENCE AREA AND TWO MORE IN THE CAFETERIA AREA.
I FORWARDED THIS INFORMATION TO A JEFFCO SO SWAT COMMAND OFFICER. I WAS
THEN ASKED TO ESTABLISH A PERIMETER ALONG THE NORTH SIDE THROUGH CLEMENT
PARK. I SELECTED AGT'S RUYBAL. MCN!TT, GARCIA AND MYSELF &~ WALKED W/B
THROUGH THE PARK. AGT r~CNITT HAD S':'ARTEr;J W/B WHILE I WAS COLLECTING THE
OTHER AGENTS &~ ENCOv~TERED A SUBJECT APPROACHING THE SCHOOL FROM THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY PARKING LOT CARc~YING A RIFLE. SEE REPORT BY AGT MCNITT.
THE ABOVE LISTED AGENTS THEN ESTABLISHED A PERIMETER FROM THE CENTER OF THE
CLEMENT PARK BASEBALL FIELDS WEST TO THE s/w AREA OF THE PARK (;~TIL
RELIEVEO AT APPROXIMATELY 1900 HRS, 04-20-99.

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Interview withLarry Scott Petty Jr.

DetI!ils:
Information Control sheet 2680 was forwarded to Det. TomHayes for Investigation. A Rocky Mountain News
photo taken 04-20·99 at Columbine High School depieted a Lakewood Policeofficerescorting a whitemale subject in
custody at COlumbine High School. Ott. Hayes identified the officer as Agent Randy MCl"<itt who furtheridentified the
S\lbject in custody as Larry Scott Petry,Date ofBirth 09·20·71 Agt. McNitt said that he was on duty and responded to
the scene of the Columbine shooting to assist and was establishing a perimeter nearthe Jefferson County Library,
( ,bine Branch when he observed Petty running toward the high school with a rifle in his hands. Petty was contacted
a.'1d taken into CUStody by Agent McNitt. McNitt said that he took custody of the rifle and a knife which Petty had
strapped to his Jeg AgentMcNitt tumed PetryOVIIr to the custody of Jefferson CountyDeputy Brovsky who took
custody of the rifle and knife Perry was later booked at the Sheriffs Office and the items booked in to Evidence Dep
Brovsky saidthat Perry was initially interviewed by two unidentified detectives on scene
On May 21, 1999, Investigator Bob Vette and Det Hayes contacted Petty at his home at 480I S Wadsworth
Blvd,1I3-108 Telephone 303.948-3115 Petty is a white male, 5'10", 165 lbs. with brown hair and hazel eyes. Petty is
further identified by NCICJCCIC arrest record, Colorado SID 460842, Georgia SID 1975667P and FBI #9201 26RA7
Felly's criminal history involves petty larceny, criminal trespass and false reporting Petty is employed as an i.~staller of
_alarm systems for ADT Security at W 44" Ave. and Kipling St., \\-'heat Ridge, Co. His supervisors are Ron and Frank
Shaffer at 303-423 -6118
Petty told Det, Hayes and Inv. Vette that he wasjust getting aut of the shower preparing to go to work on 04-
20-99 when he saw a news bulletin concerning Columbine High School on television between 11 20 and 11 30 A.M.
Petty said that he wanted to help at the school so he quickly took his air rifle and knife and drove his white Toyota
T na pickup truck to the pavilion at the Jefferson County library parking lot where he parked and attempted to
approach the school Petty said that he onlygOt approximately 50 yards away from his vehicle when he was contacted by
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interviewed at thescene, He said that while on scene he was tested for gunshot residue by agentfromthe FBI.
Pettysaid that he docs not currently know any students or faculty at Columbine High School however did have
some fliends that attended the school during the early 1990's, Petty explained that the rUie was an air pump ,ZZ caliber
BBipeUet gun and thathe ilid not have any ammunition with him at the high school. Petty saidthat his only purpose for
lIoini to the school wasto attempt to help the responding pollee agencies andthe studentsinside the school.

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*** CONFIRM WITH COOLNOOOO BEFORE TAKING ENFORCEMENT ACTION *-*
STATE OF COLORAOO
COLORADO ORIVER RECORO

LARRY SCOTT PETTY JR DATE: 05/06/1999


A801 S WAOSWORTH alva ~a03-108 TIME: 09:29:20
LITTLETON CO 60123 INSURED STIIT\.'S:
ALIAS:
COLORAOO PIN: 92-181-2361 55N: 000-00-0000 COL CLASS:
~ICENSE NUM8ER: 921812361 LICENSE TYPE: DUPLICATE REGULAR AD
KEIGHT: 5 10 WEIGHT: 165 ISSUE DATE: 19990421
HAIR: BROWN EYES: HAZEL EXPIRATION: 20020920
DONOR: Y SEX: MALE BIRTH DATE: 19710920
ENDORSEMENTS: NONE
'<ESTRICTIONS:
RREVIOUS STATE AND LICENSE:
REGULAR ~ICENSE STATUS: YALIO
COMMERCIAL LICENSE STATUS; NOT APPLICABLE

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C00300101
T' INTERSTATE IDENTIFICATION INDEX RESPONSE IS THE RESULT OF YOUR
IN~vIRY ON NAM/PETTY,LARRY SEX/M RAC/U 008/19710920 PUR/C

NAME FBI NO, INQUIRY DATE


PERRY,LARRY SCOTT JR n0126RA7 19')9/05/06

SEX RACE 8IRTH DATE HEIGHT UEIGHT EYES HAIR BIRTH PLACE
M U 1971/09/20 510 160 HAZ BlK COLORADO
FINGERPRINT CLASS
:<9 CO 17 20 20
27 l7 17 17 16

:.LIAS NAMES
PETTY,lARRY SCOTT JR PETTY,SCOTT LARRY
PETTY,LARRY SCOTT

SOCIAL SECURITY
5:<3-45-0433

IDENTIFICATION DATA UPDATED 1996/03/23


THE CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD IS MAINTAINED AND AVAILABLE FROM THE
FOLLOWING:
GEORGIA - STATE IO/GA1975667P
COLORADO - STATE ID/C0460842

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ATTENTION: HArES
COLORADO BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION C~IHE INFORMATION CENTER
690 KIPLING STREET, .3000, DENVER, COLORADO $0215 303/239-420e

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TN~ cal BY FINGERPRINT CONTRIBUTORS IN COLORADO. WHERE THE DISPOSITION IS Nor
SHOWN OR FURTHER EXPLANATION OF A CHARGE OR DISPOSITION IS DESIRED, CONTACT THE
AGENCY THAT FURNISHED THE FINGERPRINTS. ONLY THE COURT OR DISTRICT ATTORNEY IN
WHOSE OFFICE A FINAL DISPOSITION OCCURRED CAN PROVIDE A CERTIFIED COPY OF THAT
DISPOSITION. STATE LAW GOVERNS ACCESS TO SEALED RECORDS. UNLESS FINGERPRINTS
ACCOMPANIED YOUR INQUIRY, WE CANNor GUARANTEE THIS RECORD RELATES TO THE PERSON
IN WHOM YOU HAVE AN INTEREST. seCAUSE ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS MAY BE MADE AT
ANY TIME, A NEW copy SHOULD 8E REQUESTED WHEN NEEDED FOR SUBSEQUENT USE.
FBIlI: n0126RA7 MULTI STATE OFFENDER
NAME( S) USED: PETTY, LARRY SCOTT JR
PETTY, SCOTT LARRY
PHYSICAL: W M 510 170 BRO/HAl

DATE(S) OF SIRTH: 092071

PLACE(S) OF BIRTH:
SOCIAL SECURITY NO(S): 523450433

COMMENTS: AFIS

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ARRESTil / CASE:; / MNU OrSPOSITION

COOOZ0100 PETTY r LARCENY


PO ENGLi:':WCOD SCOTT LARRY CONSPIRACY
ARREST. 91-36058 DATE - 02/24/91 OFFENSE DATE: 02/24/91
015"0: GUILTY PLEA TO CHARGE
OISPO DATE: 08/15/91
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C00030100 "ETTY, LMCENY


PO ENGLEWOOD SCOTT LARRY PETTY
ARREST • 91-36058 DATE - C2/24/9t OFFENSE DATE: O?/24/91
0!5"0: COURT DISMISSAL
DI5PO DATE: 06/15/91
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C00030100 PETi)" 1 PueLIC ORDER CRIMES-SEE MIS


PO ENGLEWOOD SCOTT LARRY CONSPIRACY
A~~E5T # 91-36056 DATE - 02/24/91 DloPO: COURT DISMISSAL
CASE 11 91-4142 015PO DATE: 06/15/91
DISMISSED
ITEf1 #0031006

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ATTENTION: HAYES
COLORADO STATE 10 ., 460842 1"51#: 920126"A7

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PC ENGLEWOOD LARRY SCOTT JR PAWNBROKERS ACT
ARREST # 91-36056 DATE - OS/21/91 OFFENSE DATE: 05/16/91
MNU:OA-9110324 ITEM Il004/00l;.

000030000 PETTY, LARCENY


ARAPAHOE COUNTY SHE LARRY SCOTT JR OFFENSE DATE: 08/14/91
RIFF - LITTLETON DATE - 08/14/91
ARREST # 9109423 FEM 110051006
C00030000 PETTY, FAILURE TO APPEAR-SEE MIS
ARAPAHoe COUNTY SHE LARRY SCOTT JR F"'LSE REPORTING
RIFF - LITTLETON DATE - 08/14/91 QFFENSE DATE: 06/14/91
ARREST " 9109423 nEM #0061006

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PERRY, LARRY SCOTT JR GA1'175667P 92012",RA7 1999/05/06

sEX RACI:' SIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT EYES HAIR SKIN SIRTHPLACe:
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VICTIM: Sta!Il 01 ColOrado DATE OF REPORT: 4/22/99
OFl'ENSC: AOA/JSFFCO SO· HCMIClDE
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At approximately 1015 hours, 4 ~ s o r Monsoor requested that


Criminalist Bohan and I respond to , Littleton, CO, to assist
the Jefferson County Sheriff's Dept. 1n execution of a search warrant, in
conju.~ction with the JeffCo Critical Incident Team. Criminalist Behan and I
responded and arrived at approximately 1100 hours, 4/21/99.
Upon arrival, we met Deputy Tim Walsh of the Jefferson County Sheriff's
effice, Also present were members of the Arap~~oe county Eomb s~~ad and the
FEI, The residence is in a verj secluded location, with a long driveway from
Cougar Rd. The primary house is a multi level, gray siding structura with a
three car garage, The tennis and basketball oourts are on the north side and
the main entrance is along the east side of the residence, at the south end
of the home. There is an additional st-~cture to the south of the primarJ
residence that also has gray siding and numerous windows. At approximately
1140 hours, a detective from the Jeffeo Sheriff's Dept. arrived with a signed
search warrant. At that time, the Arapahoe County Bomb Squad and the FBI
,tered the residence to secure it and declare ~~e area safe to enter and
..arch,
?arked on the exterior of the residence, on the north side, is a black
BMW 3201. 'rhis vehicle has no registration plates and the interior is
partially gutted. There are numerous stickers on the car. ~hese stickers
are: 1) the Chemical Brothers, 2) Rammstein, 3) Marilyn Manson, 4) KMFDM
NAIVE, 5) NIN (the second 'N' is back~ards). It does not appear that this
vehicle was used for any transportation.
At approximately 1200 hours, I was requested to assist the bomb squad
unit by attaining photographs. Some devices were found in the bedroom where
it is believed that the suspect resided. Overall photographs were obtained
of a gray box and some other inoendiary devioes. The box, a small cash box,
contained two pipe bombs. We then exited the residence, pending the
comp1~tion of the sweep by the bomb squad.

I was advised that the pool house was cleared. We proceeded to the pool
area and obtained overall photo~raphs of the pool and the pool house. I was
further advised that the guest house was also clear. The ~~est house is the
structure i::n:mediataly to the south of t;,e main residence. I entered the
building and obtained overall phot.cqr-apris of its interior. The buildin~
consists of a living area, a small kitohen, a small bath and a 10ft with a
bed and a small closet. The interior was extremely neat and organized.
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sidence, which is in a s~a11 wooded area. The bomb technicians had located
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an area where an apparent device had been detonated earlier. I obtained


overall and detailed color photographs of the remnants of this device. Items
were seized. These items consisted of shotgun wads and a small electronic
device.
Once the bomb squad had declared the interior of the residence safe, we
entered the home to conduct the search. I first obtained overall photographs
of the entire residenCe.
The home is a three story structure with the main entrance entering into
the middle level. The middle level consisted of a family room, living room,
two offices, an art stUdio, the master bedroom and the kitchen/dining area.
The upper level consisted of two bedrooms and a bath. The lower level
consisted of a laundry room, a gymnasium and the garage.
The focus of the search was in one of the bedrooms on the upper level.
~vidence inside this bedroom indicated that this is ~here Dylan, one of the
uspectis , resided. Numerous articles were seized during the search. I
obtained photographs during the search. All artiCles seized ware maintained
by the Jefferson county Sheriff's Dept. Other detectives searched tha
remainder of the residence. Several articles were aJ.so s ,ized fre.n the
remainder of the home. At the conclusion of the search, I cc ca i.ned
additional overall photographs depicting the condition of the residence. I
also obtained a photograph showing the presenoe of the searoh warr~nt and
copies of the inventory. We exited the residence at 1645 hours, a~ which
time the Jefferson county Sheriff's Dept. detectives secured the residence.
At the conclusion of the search, I turned over to the Sheriff's Dept. ,
s i.x rolls of fillll and one VHS tape. Criminalist Bohan had obtained
videographic coverage of the search. A receipt, which is attached, was
obtained for the evidence turned oVer to the Sheriff's Dept.
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Reports and reports of other investigators.

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REPORTDATE OFFICE OFTHE A'l1'OKNEY GENERAL CASE NO.
May 19.1999 STATE OF COLORADO 99-7625

TYPEOF REPORT REPORT BY AREA


Progress Inv. Gary Clyman Jefferson Coumy
NAnJRE OF CASE
COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL I HOMICIDE
INTERVIEW OF AGENT LAUREL LICHTENBERG (LAKEWOOD PD)

l. On Aprll24, 1999lCSO Inv. Gary Muse had wrimm a reportreprding infmmarion be had rea:ived li:nm
AgentUlun:ll.ichtooberg at lbe CHS crime scene. A=lding to lbe report, Agelll Uchllmberg had relaled
!bat she had spoken to CHSstudent BrooksBrown. wbo said !bat duriDg IIlIlCh. be had run intoEric Hams
coming towardthe school """)"inga '"weird looking dll1fe1 hng" .. beappt'OlICbed. Hamsalleg<d[y told

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Brown. "I like you. Gel OUIof Ilere" .

2. A review of "" early version of a JCSOsearch_ afllda'illelatts that Inv, Muse had interViewed
Brooks Brown, wbohad said he bad seenEric Hams in thecomdorof CHS.C3lT)'ing a duffelbag, which
had an odd shape I<l it This was iD<:onsislenl with that refemd !<l above, as well as to lW<J
subsequent ,••remor".given by Brown10 Agents Hol!tlaw and Esrep. and again to Holstlllw and Clyman.
During llIoso _ . Brown said that be had seenand spoken to Harris in thejuniorparking lot
imrrediarely prior to lbeshcotieg, and saw Harris te!lXlVO a largo duffel blIg from his car and place it on
lbe ground. I;lopending upon which version is given by Brown, he said he walIold away. and heard the .
shooting begineither 30 seconds or lW<J minureo loa, Hethen ran intolbe nearby llOighborhood, whore he
evenmaily encouerered the two teachers.

3. OnMay 12, 19991 spoke to Agent Uchrenberg to clarify theinfotmalion she bad obtained andreported.
She said that on Aprll20. 1999 she did not inretview Brooks Brown, Howe""", she did ina:rviow two CHS
teacben (males, names unknown) who told her that !bey had been driving in the neighborhood
imnwli'te]y southof theschool, wben they .... into Brooks Brown, Hewas agi_ shoot the shooting
which bad just begun.and desaihed to them that behad
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Harris walking _ard theachool whh the

JC·001-009086
MCCASKY

JC- 001·009087
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORnNG AGENT: MCCASKY, DANIEL CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: DATE OF REPORT: 05/03199
"lFFI!NSE: DEATH INVESTIGATIONlASSIST OTHER AGENCY

OIlSE RVAT10NIlNVESTIGAT10N,
On 04120199, at approximately 1600 hours, I responded to 6201 South Pierce Streetto assist
in reference to the shooting at Columbine High School. I arrived on scene with several othel"
lakewood police agents who hod also responded. I was then requested by Sergeant Randy West
of the Jefferson County Sheriff's Deportment to assist with the execution of a search warrant at the
residence of Eric Hams, one of the suspects in this case.

I responded to the address with Deputies Craig Scboske and Cheryl


Zimmerman, arriving at 1920 hours. We were first met by Jefferson County Deputy Scott who hod
secured the perimeter. Deputy Scott advised that no one hod been inside the residence since it hod
been seeured. Also present were Lakewood Detectives SIan Connally, Dave Mowery, Mike
Greenwell, and Mitch Harper, and littleton Crime lab personnel Jessica Barrett and Bruce Adorns.
":huck Davis from the Colorada Bureau of Investigations later responded to assist with the search.

After the residence wos photographed by Liltleton Crime lab personnel, we entered the
residence to execute the search warrant. The residence isa two story house with a basement located
on a cul-de-sac. I then assisted with the search of the kitchen, family room, and formal dining area.
Items seized from these areas included Cl Columbine High School class schedule for Eric Harris which
was attached to the refrigerator by a magnet. Also seized were high school photographs of Eric
Hams along with his graduation announcements which were located on the dining room table. An
address list of people the announcements were being sent was also seized. On the table in the living
room was e drawer containing severol dccumeres regarding Eric Hams' high school dato were also
seized.

There was a shed detached from the main home in the back yard that was also searched. This
shed was searched with the assistonce of an ATF agent identified by (I First name of Mati. 1did not

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: MCCASKY, DANIEL CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: DATE OF REPORT: 05103199
"'FFENSE: DEATH INVESTIGATIONIASSIST OTHER AGENCY

obtain Matt's last name during the secrch, In the shed was located two PVC white pipes whichwere
seized. ACtording to the ATF agent, these could have possibly been used in the making of the pipe
bombs.

I next responded to the bcsement area to assist with the search of the suspect's bedroom. Due
to the size of the area and the dose quarters, I did not actively participate in this secrch. FBI Agent
Mark Holslaw arrived on scene with Jefferson County Sheriff's Deputy Don Estep and Attorney
General Investigator Gary Klineman. These three assisted with the search of Harris' bedroom. At
one point, the ATF agent located what he believed to be a bomb in the bedroom. Members of the
bomb squad responded end defused this particular device. During my participation in the search,
I did not view the device that was located.

Chuck Davis from the Colorado Bureau of Investigation disrnentied 0 computer located in a
second level bedroom/office of the residence. All items seized from the residence were placed in the
vehiclebelonging to Deputy Craig Schoske. Also during the search, lakewood Detective Gregg Slater
responded to assist with the search af the residence.

The garage was searched as well as a Toyota Camry located in the garage. During the search
of the garage, it was noted that there was a very heavy smell of gasoline. lakewood Detective Mike
Greenwell noted that on the side of the residence on a concrete slop there were particles of glass.
It was reported that neighbors hod heard Eric Harris breaking glass in the previous days. It was
unknown whot this glass was used for, but speculotion was it was used in the pipe bombs.

We cleared the residence at 0010 hours on 04121199, while the Jefferson County sheriff's
deputies continued the search of the Eric Harris' bedroom. The remainder of the house had been

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JC.001-009089
LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAl. REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: MCCASKY, DANIEL CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: DATE Of REPORT: 05103199
...."ENSE: DEATH INVESTIGATION/ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

searched, and no further action was required. We then responded to the command post at
Columbine High School and contacted Sergeant West who advised us to return in the moming to
assist with the investigation.

On 04121/99, we responded to Columbine High School where we stood by for instructions.


It was then requested that lakewood detectives contact some of the victims who were in area
hospitals. At this time, I responded ta Swedish Medical Center with Detectives Slater, Wilson, and
Inskeep. Due ta the condition of the victims, we were unable to speck with them. Detective Slater
and I did speck with the parents of Valeen Schnur. See Detective Slater's report for further
information regarding this interview.

Detective Inskeep and I next responded to lutheran Medical Center to contact victims who
..'ere being treated there. Upon arrival, we were advised that all the victims had been released. We
then left a serious bodily injury statement to be completed by the physicians. This statement wcs to
be faxed to us as soon as it was completed.

Detective Inskeep and I then responded to St. Anthony Central Hospital where we met with
Detectives Slater and Wilson. Detectives Slater and Wilson had spoken with some parents cnd had
obtained all the information possible at this particular time. Once this was completed, we responded
to the lakewood Police Department and completed no further action in this case on 04/21/99.

On 04123199, I responded to Columbine High School where I was present during a meeting
with several investigators who were working on this case. Once this meeting concluded, my
involvement with this investigation else concluded No further action token ot this time.

Detective's signature/numberldate
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JC- 001-009090
McGlynn,G,

JC. 001·009091
lAKEWOOD POUC! DEPARTM!NT SUPPUMINTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETICTIV& GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/20/99
'FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFf'S OFFICE
, ,fORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DNa!!4, FBI: 4A·DN5741 9, CR #99.7625

SUSPECTS: Eric Harris


Dylan Klebold

INVESTIGATION:
On 5/15199, I was assigned informatien control number DN:3554 for follow up investigation. The information
controlnarrativestated thet Shawn Ncssaman indicatedthat a lunch employee, Ms. Caruthers, was in the
cafeteriawhen this occurred, The infonnation controlsheet was prepared by Sergeant Calvin Hemphill, Denver
Police Department.

On 5/18199, I contacted JeffersonCounty Schools Area Administrator, Barb Monseu, and requested any
information she might have on cafeteria employee by the nameofMs. Caruthers. She said that she had no
'1rmation on such an employeebut would provideme with information on the manager and other employees
ofthe kitchen. On 5/19/991 received a fax transmission fromNancyCook for Barb Monsen with a list of the
ColumbineHigh Schoolcafeteriaworkers, Ms. Caruthers is not on that list.

ADDITIONAL WITNESSES:
L Linda Tibljas, KitchenManager
1218:3 W. Tufts Ave
Morrison,Co 80465
303·979·2574
Additional cafeteria workers:
2. Dewlaney, Suzanne
10605 W. Quarles Ave
Littleton, CO 80127 Je- 001,009092
303·972-8663

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LAKIWOOD PoueE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIV1i GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
':TIM: COLUMBINII HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/20/99
FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFeO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3554. FBI: 4A.DN57419, CR 199.7625

3. Helm, Laverne 4. Liane, Sue


3663 S. Sheridan Blvd 4853 S. HoytSt,
Denver, CO 80235 Littleton, CO 80123
303-984-0460 303·972·2194
5. Mederman,Marlene 6. Nielsen, Kar<m
11432 W. Roxbury PI 7153 W. Hinsdale Dr
Littleton, CO 80127 Littleton, CO 80127
303·948-2344 303-933·9097
1. Nancy Cook, Area Administrator for JeffersonCounty Schools
1829Denver West Drive
PO Box 4001
Golden, CO 80401
303-982-6836

Cook provided the information on the Columbine High School cafeteriaworkers for administrator Barb Monseu

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: KIRK MCINTOSH #1530 LPD CASE NliMBER: 98.38856
CONTROL NlJMBER: 1864 JEFFCO CASE NUMBER: 99.7625
CONNECTING CONTROL NUMBER: DATE OF REPORT: 5110/99
COLUMBINE TASK FORCE

LEAP SYNOPSIS
The phrase "Today will not be a goodday" was the thought of the day, on the RNN or Rebel
News Network.

LEAP NARRATIVE
The Rehel News Network is actually a school sponsored program of the schools video
production class. The class instructor is:
Gary Talocco DOB 7/1I49
6866 S. Dover Way, Littleton CO 80128
H·303·972·6292
W·303·982-4468 (messages)
Mr. Talocco teaches video production, the first three periods of the day. (Current class lists are
attached) At the beginningof thesecond period of schoola program is aired to the school on the
schools video network. The program broadcasts currentschool news and events. The program
also does various future programs on various items of interestto the students. These features are
normally run on Fridays. Theprogram is mainly run by the students. who write, direct, and act
as camera operators and on camera announcers. The only staff involvement is by Gary Talocco
who states that since the program is done every morningthe studentsare running it by
themselves, and he just overseas it for content. GaryTalocco stated I would need to speak with
the students to determine what the"thought" or "phrase of the day" wason the day of the
incident. Gary Talocco wasdefensive and stated he had beeninterviewed twice before but not
on this subject.

The rebel News Network broadcasts are not recorded, so no record of what actually was
broadcast is available.
JC·001.00 9095

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LAKEWOOD l'OUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: KIRK MONTOSH #1530 LPD CASE N1JMBER: 98-38856
CONTROL NUMBER: 1864 JEFFCO CASE NUMBER: 99-7625
CONNECTING CONTROL NUMBER: DATE Of REPORT: 5/10/99
COLUMBINE TASK FORCE

1spoke with Zach Rissmiller who is a senior anda member of the advanced video production
class.

Rissmiller is the Director of the RNN.


ZachRissmiller DOB 11-3-80
4430 W. Jameson Place, Littleton CO 80128
H-303-973-0821

Rissmiller confirmed that no tape was madeof the show on Tuesday or any of the shows the
previous week. Rissmiller stated they had beenjoking around with the fact that April 20"is the
marijuana smoking day. The show hadmade reference to the "international day to smoke
marijuana" as he put it and the jokeswere aboutmarijuana. Rissmiller was not sure whatthe
phrase of the day had been but he had wanted to LISe "You don't want to be here today 4/20 4/20
4120" Makingreference to the 20'" beinga marijusna smokeing day. He is unsure of what
phrase was actually used. Rissmiller stated the showmade no reference to Hitler, and he was
unaware it was Hitler's birthday until afterthe incident. He stated the broadcasts are done
without scripts and much of the broadcast is similarday to day so only minimal notes are used
andare not saved. Rissmiller statedwhenthe incident took place he was supposed to be in
marketing class but had goneto Taco Bell with Dave Macone for an early lunch.

I spokewith John Flemming who is a member of the video production class, responsible for the
RNN broadcasts.
JC. 001-009096

John Flemming DOB 10-20-81


7334 South Upham Court, Littleton, CO 80128
H·303-973·6076

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: KIRK MCINTOSH ~lS30 LPD CASE Nl:JMBER: 98-3885(;
CONTROL NUMBER: 1864 JEFFCO CASE NUMBER: 99-7625
CONNECTING COr-.7ROL NlJMBER DATE OF REPORT: 5/l0199
COLUMBINE T ASK FORCE

John Flemming is responsible for the audio for the RNN. Flemming Slated he remembered the
phrase of the day to be "Row can they expect us to be In school today:' During the incident
Flemming was in the Tech lab, He heard what he thought were fireworks and possibly a senior
prank. The fire alarms also went off about the same time, Flemming and other students started
to exit the room at the direction of Mr. Tucker, a teacher, and ran out a north door of the
school, by Clement park. They then climbed the fence by the smokers pit and continued to the
parking lot at Clement park. After Flemming climbed the fence, he thought he heard bombs
going off. Flemming stated he had been in video class first semester with Eric Hams, but they
were not friends. According to Flemming, Harris would occasionally show up in video class
this semester. Sometimes Dylan Kliebold would be with him but Flemming did not feel either
was actually enrolled in the class. Flemming stated he did remember seeing a music video that
Eric Harris had done as a project the first semester. The video was very violent and had clips
form Terminator and Starship Troopers and other very bloody gun battles. Flemming stated he
thought it was a little violent but did not think much of it at the time, Flemming is unaware
where a copy of this music video is.

I spoke with Eric Veik who is a member of the video production class, responsible for the RNN
broadcasts.

Eric Veik DOB 9-7-82


6222 West Fremont Drive, Littleton CO 80128
H· 720-981-0553

Erik Veik stated that he had already been interviewed by a Jefferson County Sheriffs
Department investigator, and an Arvada detective, but could not remember their names.

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REPORTING AGENT: KIRK MCINTOSH #1530 LPD CASE NUMBER: 98.38856
CONTROL NUMBER: 1864 JEFFCO CASE NUMBER: 99.7625
COl'l'NECTING CONTROL NUMBER: DATE OF REPORT: 5/10/99
COLUMBINE TASKFORCE

Eric Veik was in charge of the graphics for the RNN on theday of the incident. He staled that
thephrase was initially something like, "Quit your Bitchin''. Veik could not remember who
came up with the original phrase. Veikstated he changed the prhase of the day because he did
not feel the original phrase was appropriate. Veik madethe phrase "How can you expect us to
stay in school on a day like today?" Veik actuallytyped in the phrase to the graphics generator
and stated that he often "cleaned up" the phrases. Veik stated the phrases are not approved by
anyone and the wbole-broadcast is left up to the students10 keep within limits. Veik stated he
had come up with the phrasebecause the weatherhad been bad for some time and was expected
to be very nice.

[spoke with Ryan Selchert who is a member of the video production class, responsible for the
R..'lN broadcasts.

Ryan Selchert DOB 11-6-80


7923 south Lamar Court, Littleton CO 80128
H-303-979-8690 JC· 001-009098

Selchert was part of the RNN broadcastand operated a cameraon the day of the incident, as he
normally did. Selchert stated he had already been interviewed but could not remember by who.
Ryan was concernedabout a "Spirit Video that he had been in charge of and was a "Friday
Feature" on the RNN, This video involved Dan Holsie, MikeVandania, Nile Romanyshan and
Eric Harris. The video involved a studentdepicting an anonymous other team, running down a
hill in the park (actually filmed at Clement park) and beingbeaten up by Columbine students.
Selchert states the video is probably in the video production area Or in his backpack. He also
added on Monday April 19'" 1999 he was walking withsome friends near the Library and saw
Eric Harris. Selchert stated Harris appeared to be looking around and Selchert asked Harris
"What's up?", Harris responded "Planning for tomorrow." Selchertthought Harris was just

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REPORTING AGENT: KIRK MCINTOSH 1#1530 LPD CASE NUMBER: 98-38856
CONTROL NUMBER: 1864 JEFFCO CASE NUMBER: 99·7625
CONNECTING CONTROLNUMBER: DATE OF REPORT: 5110/99
COLUMBINE TASK FORCE

planning for another video and kept on walking, withno further conversation with Harris.
Selchert stated he had already given a complete statementto another detective.

Gary Taloccoprovideda list of his video students, but did not have an actual list of those present

for the Rebel News Network broadcast on April 20, 1999, Talocco stated that the students are
not assigned to specificjobs for the broadcast and that it is voluntary and they "...pretty much
run it themselves,"

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