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Denver Police Department Patrol Division officers responded to a city wide call for assistance
from the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department. Certain officers responded to the location of
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Columbine High School, while other officers responded to District Four to assist in handling calls for
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service. Officers who responded to Columbine High School were assigned various duties, including i
perimeter control, tramc control and transporting victims and witnesses for treatment and interview. '

Officers assisting from Patrol Divison District Four and the Metro/Swat Bureau are listed on separate
After Action Reports.

JC- 001-009201

I This report prepared by: Lt. S. Cooper 74033


Officer Serial Number Assignment

1. Hart 92055 Dist, I


J, Moheghan 82051 Dist I
L, Subia Sgt. 15060 Dist. I . Dist. 1 Officers responded to the scene
D, Wiley 94002 Dist. I
1. Avendano 94032 Dist, I

1. Schnittgrund 91033 Dist, 2


B. Malpass 93025 Dist. 2 Dist, 2 Officers bandied calls in Dlst, 4
K. Pfannkuch 95024 DiS!. 2
C. Porter 95094 DiS!. 2

P. Diax Sgt. 67022 Dis!. 3


D, Fisher Sgt. 86070 Dist.3
1. Brake 90037 Dist. 3 Dist, 3 officers responding to the scene
T. Voitel 95057 Dist.3
B. Gallegos 94038 Dist.3
D. Creason 92013 Dist.3

J. Brown 95004 DiS!. 3


M. Simpson 89059 Dist, 3 Dist.3 officers bandling calls ln.Dist. 4
C. Edwards 77006 Dist.3

W. Hoffman Sgt. 77040 Dist. 6


D. Swedlund 78042 DiS!. 6 Dist, 6 officers responding to the scene
R Dennison 96007 Dist.6

The below Gang Bureau Officers responded to the scene

G. Leuthauser Capt. 69046 R. Royal 91071


T. Wheeler Lt. 71010 L.Miller 80037
D. Marker Sgt. 84025 D. Sanchez 87022
S. Spenard Sgt. 74005 S. Rickard 10039
J. Goodfellow Sgt. 74066 J. Castro 89033
D. Alverson 72007 C. Steinke 91003
J Pieratt 72056 A. Sanchez 92047
K. Gallasso 84021
K. Peterson 87020
B. Rhodes 89034
1. Campbell 90039 JC· 001-009202
P. Baca 82032
A. Gutierrez 75019
G. Romero 82067
DENVER POLICE
DEPARTMENT

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Gerald R. Whitman, Division Chief
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DENVER POLICE DEPARTMENT AFTER ACTION REPORT DATE OF REPORT 4/21/99
Shift Commande" C.pt.in ari.n Gallagher District/Unit Tralfic Ops.
Location af Incident: South Sowles & Pierce Stree-t Date & Time Originated 4/20/99 1145
~ of Situation: Shooting, Traffic Control Date & Timl Terminated 4/20/99 2215

Serial
No.
ce7 Capt. Brian Gallager 17042 1215 700 It. D. Fink 73050
710 Sgt. B. Deny 70021 1220 720 Sgt. D. levy 77053
810 Sgt, R. Oam,"11 68052 1300 730 Sgt. M. Buckley 69111
823 Off. M. Hobart 86010 1300 811 Off. G. Palu. 74009
831 Off. J. Stew.rt 73073 1300 861 Off. A. Koge' 72053
832 Off. T. Nunn 79048 1300 862 Oli. B. K••ting 96018
Total Officers Required

Oflicor. None
Suspects
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Adult Males Juv, Females TOTAL JUV. TOTAL ARRESTS

Type and QuantitY of Chemical Agent Used: X None


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711 Tech. P. Powers 10048 113 Off. D. Hobart 68-097
712 Tech. D. Gunn 72078 715 orr, S. MacKenna 84007
721 Off. D. Dolan 73096 724 Off. S. Zipperle 73130
725 Off. K. Kreuzer 86013 742 Tech. S. Palka 81012
743 Tech. T. Newsome 83010 142 Tech. L. Melonakis 79024
745 Tech. R. Montoya 82004 714 orr, T. Pulford 84033
735 Off. G. O'Neal 61026 842 Off. J. Britton 73008

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800 Lt. M. Gibson 72092 730 Sgt. D. Wisdom 70144


830 Sgt. R. Killough 79045 841 Off. J. Rowe 77050
862 Off. M. Pugh 91064 811 Off. M. Pineda 74046
754 Off. D. McNulty 88031 753 Off. J. Dojldko 87028
863 Off. T. Fuller 92046 737 Tech. M. Hayes 68130
812 Off. R. Owens 73108 756 orr. D. McCoy 91067
'51 Off. J. Nuanes 86006 832 Off. C. Dunahue 89040
821 Off. R. MitcheU 91078 831 Off. D. Lazzari 84011

Reserve Officers

A. Velez 40-642 D. Rodriguez 40-640 M. Cordova 40·630

Denver Traffic Officers responded to the area of Columbine High School in Jefferson County and
assisted with traffic control on the crime Scene perimeter. Traffic officers remained on post until
relieved at 2230 hours.

JC·001·009205

THIS REPOAT PREPARED BY, Lieutenant Don Fink 73050


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JC- 001-009207
DENVER POLICE DEPARTMENT
INTER-DEPARTMENT
CORRESPONDENCE

TO: Captain R. Sandoval, Commander District Four

FROM: Lieutenant L. N. Green, Administrative Lieutenant

DATE: April 21, 1999

SUBJECT: Overtime tor Columbine High School Shooting

Sir

The following is a list of the officers who eamed Overtime in the aftermath of the High School
Shooting.

Command Staff Det Hess 5 hours


Capt Sandoval 3 hours Ofc Laurita 5.5 hours
Lt Ryan 7 hours Ofe Kenny 3 hours
Lt Green 3.5 hours Ofc Reichardt 5 hours
Ole Kelly 6 hours
Sergeants Ofe Bonfante 3 hours
Sgt Drajem 4 hours Ote Brenneman 3 hours
Sqt Barker 3 hours Ofc Martinez 3 hours
Orton 4.25 hours Ofe O'Neill :3 hours
Sgt Greer 4.75 hours Ofe Lietz 2 hours
Sgt Jones 5 hours Ote Tran 3.5 hours
Sgt Clair 3 5 hours ore Padilla 3.5 hours
Sgt Lencertnk 3 hours ote Barrett 4 hours
Ofc Steen 4.5 hours
Detectives/Officers Otc Vigil 4.5 hours
Det Zalesky 3 hours Ofc Parks 3 hours
Det Jude 3.5 hours Ofe Dish brow 3 hours
Det Arellano 4 hours Ofc Torrez 4 hours
Det Regers 4 hours Ofc Gilbert 2.30 hours
Det Wyckoff 4 hours Ofe Gann 4.75 hours
Det Keiser 4 5 hours Ofe Parro 2 hours
Det Staskin 4 hours Ote Thomas 2.5 hours
Det Archer 3 hours ore Depew 6 hours
The total hours for District Four personnel are 156 hours, 63 hours for pay and 93 hours for time.

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LGfe{~ant
uistnct Four
DENVER POLICE DEPARTMENT
IN1'ER-DEPARTMENT
CORRESPONDENCE

TO: Captain Tim Leary- Cmdr., Crimes Against !'mons BURau

FROM: CaptainGary Graham• Cmdr" Crime Laboratory Bureau

DATE: 5110199

SUBJECT: Columbine High 5<;hool,4120199

At approximately 1500 hours on 4120/99, Lleutenlllll Dan Yauntcontacted Captain Gary Graham by
teiephone and relatedthat Jefferson CountySheri!!'s Office bedrequested wistaace &omthe Denver
PoliceDeparnnent Crimel.aboratary Bureau to JlI'll"S3 the erimesceneat Columbine High School.

At approximately 1400 hours. CaptainGrahamand thel1sted CrimeScenepersonnel arrwed ill the lacidem
Command Post at Leawood and Pierce. DenverPeli.. Crimel.ab pe",onnel w.... pot on 'stand-by' stlltUS
at the sceneuntil approximately 1200 hours; at thatrime all DPDCrime Lab personnel were released until
0600 hours 4121/99, as the scene was not declaredsafe to enter.

The following Crime LaboratoryPersonnel responded !O tilesceneon 4120199:

CaptainGary Graham 12029


SergeantGordonReed 68064
Sergeant Marl< Olin 70139
Sergeant Ron Blair 72tJ39
Sergeant Lester Smith 11103
Del. E. Barnhelt 12081
Dot. J. Baruch 82003
Dot. K. Brath 67041
Det, J. Costello 83035
Det, E. Frushour 71030
DeL R. Gabel 79008
Dot. R. Garcia 86051
Del, W, Garson 65006
Del. W. Sauuon 85025
Det, J. Sewell 78018
Del. R, Stratton 15053
Del. P. Quinlan 73053
Del. N. Washer 10063
Dot.C. Martinez 13038
Steve Sassem
Robert Burrough,

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.AFTER ACTION REPORT DATE OF REPORT 4121/99
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See Attached Log (Captain Sandoval and S9t. Pinder)

On 4·20-99, members of the Denver Police Department responded to a Citywide call for help from
the Jefferson County Sheriffs Department. The call came out on the Denver Police Department
dispatch system at approximately 1132 HRS, Officers responded to the scene within minutes from
most Police and Sheriffs Departments from the Metro area, Denver, Jefferson County SIO,
Lakewood, and Arapahoe County Sheriffs Department set up their Command Posts at Leawood Ave
& Pierce St. At approximately 1215 HRS, reporting Detective was assigned to act as aid and scribe
to Captain Michael O'Neill, Captain O'Neill, known as Patrol one, was designated as the
Commander of the Command Post.

JC· OQ1·009210
Columbine High School Log (Captain Rudy Sandoval by Sgt. John Pinder)
Situation/Incident Log
April 20, 1999

12:IOPM Captain Sandoval takes command of outer perimeter utilizing


Channel SA.

Captain O'Neil takes command of innerperimeter utilizing


Channel 5.

123G-13Op Outer perimeter, staging area, triage, inner perimeter established


and assignments made (see attachment).

130p Sgt. Pinder, assigned to be scribe by CaptainSandoval.

135p Captain Leuthauser assignedto LeawoodElementary, due to


extractionof students from ColumbineHigh School. Leawood
Elementary designated as collection point, Columbine Library
also designated for parents.

Sgt. D. Jones assigned to Search area for possible bomb devices,


supervisingplain-clothes detectives.

DEA Agents arrivedto assist, Agents Mike Pope, Todd Gregory,


and others. directedto Sgt. D. Jones for assignments.

135p Bomb dog ordered.

Capt. Collier involvedin debriefing. Intelligence officers utilized


to collect information concerningsuspectsand students.

140p Studentsbeing extractedfrom Columbine High School. Jeffco


Sheriffs asked that they be brought to CIP to be
interviewed/debriefed.

14Sp Denver Mobile Command post arrived, Officer Lindel delivered


additional radios, batteries (4I7,418b, 428, 438,487,421,417).

145p Salvation Army arrived at Staging Area.


L!. Wheeler and Sgt. Marker assigned to coordinate Staging Area
at Peirce and Bowles.

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145p Captain Sandoval that 25 officers were at Staging Area, assigned
to double up outer perimeter.

Additional site named for parents and overflow of students.


Church at Pierce and Ottowa. Calvary Church 933-0133, Library,
and Leawood School, (Fax number 982·7861)

150p Victim's Assistance Supervisory (DPD) arrived and assigned to


distribute VIA's to Leawood Elementary, the church, and the
library. Organization of other sites and methods to collect
information about students and parents.

Information from Jeffco that armor car from Ft. Carson would
arrive in approximately 45 minutes.

Public Service arrived and stood by at staging area.

200p Traffic officers sent to control intersection Leawood and Pierce.

200p Officer Chastain assigned to verify assignments on the outer


perimeter.

Lt. Kreiger arrived with bomb dogs and assigned to coordinated


with Sgt. D. Jones.

Media arriving at staging area. Verification by Victim's


Assistance of activity at Columbine Library and Leawood
Elementary.

210p Victim's Assistance Supervisor advised of sites involving victims.


Church, Columbine Library, and Leawood Elementary.

211P Information aired concerning description of suspects.

Officer Depew provided information concerning possible location


of suspects.

215p Salvation Army directed to Leawood and Peirce

220p Possible device located at Home Depot, abandoned in parking lot.

221p Traffic assigned to another channel, Capt. Gallagher monitored Sa


for information and used to direct his personnel.

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225p Advisedfrom StagingareaaboutMedia.

Informationreceived aboutDOA studentremoval. Lt. Ryan


advised.
Metro Swat assigned to assistwith removal. ifpossible.

230p Possible suspect identified as Eric Harris. information to Metro 3.

240P Information abouta student at 979-2618. directed to Officer Kelly,


locateaddress and student. Has information about shooting.

250p Victim's Assistance Sueervisor coordinated victim's assistance to


Leawoodand coordination of only one main site. Fax used to
forward lists of students and parents betweenlocations.

Contacted Columbine High School principal to amend


information line to schoolfor information concerning students.

255p Verified location of Calvary Church at 6675 W. Ottowa, 933.0733,


possible additional site.

300p Lt. Kreiger advisedCaptain Sandoval that he ",,1lJ be at the staging


area if needed again. (Bomb Dogs)

315p Shuttled studentsfrom otherlocations to Leawood Elementary


School for debriefing.

320p Armored Carrier arrivedand directed to Jeffco for assignment.

320p Notificationof numbers of victims. Ambulances requested to


stand by at Command Post for assignments.

Additional explosivedevices discovered at ColumbineHigh


School.

335p CellularTelephones arrived at stagingarea, used by victim


assistance for studentsto contact parents,sent to Leawood and
Library.

350p Students movedfrom Library/church to Leawood Elementaryfor


debriefing at one main location.

405p Parentheart attack at Leawood Elementary, paramedics dispatched


to assist.

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406p State Patrol assigned to take control of inner perimeter
(immediately surrounding Columbine High School.)

420p Sgt. D. Fisher called and verified students being brought to


Leawood Elementary, information-sharing taking place.

430p Designated student information line obtained staffed by Jeffco


School: 98:.)--6836.

430p Jeffco crime lab responded to Columbine High School.

435p Jeffco crime lab advised not to enter school, additional explosive
devices continually being found. Capt. LearylDPD advised Capt.
Sandoval that no one was to enter school/crime scene without
authorization from him or Lt. Kitebush/Jeffco,

435p Sgt. D.Fisher advised that if additional designated telephone lines


required notify him.

445p Update with Lt. GehmrDistrict Four concerning calls for service
and logistic requirements of district

445p Lt. Ryan relieved at Columbine School, advised that statements


were required, for him to coordinate and submit to Capt. Sandoval.

SOOp Night Gang Unit Detail responding! Contact person Sgt.


Goodfellow/he was advised to contact rae 2 at staging area. Capt
Gallagher advised to use gang unit to relieve officer at outer
perimeter posts.

505p Sgt. Daiz and Officer Gallegos advised that they were relieved.

Barricades delivered to assist with closing of intersections.

510p Relief assignments verified by Captain Sandoval, two assignments


left to be relieved.

520p Mounted Patrol Officers excused.

Sgt. Pinder advised to assign two Impact Officers with Officers


Padilla and Tran at Kennedy and Lincoln High School for 4/21/99.

545pm Night Gang Bureau Detail arrived at staging area to assist in relief
efforts.

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600p Possible explosive devicediscovered LeawoodElementary, Jeffco
dispatched.

Sgt. Pinderand Officer Chastain assigned to assist Capt. Gallagher


in relieving outer perimeter assignments. OfficerChastainhad
verified outerperimeter assignments for CaptainSandoval.

Outer Perimeter Assignments:

Grant Ranchand Bowles

Pulford Nuanes
Hobart McCoy
McNulty Smolka (plain clothes)
Gunn Dijjlitko

Jay and Bowles

Newsome Velez (Reserve)


Kreuzer Rodriquez (Reserve)
Palka

LeawoodSchool

Capt. Leuthauser Sgt. Buckley TimKelly Jim Mair Dyson Dan Rojas
Parro Gann Roggman EdBlea Pazen Pfannkuck

Pierce and Bowles

Sue Gann Todd Parro Roggeman RonThomas Brian Deasy


Sgt. Levy Keating Damrill 68-52

Oement Pqr.!tRaccoon Creek

Gilbert

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Clement Park Ball Field!Maintenance FqcUitv

Rich Parks Disbrow

Long Way and Bowles

Dolan Zipperle Montoya Elbeck'Powers

Pierce and Leawood

MacKerma Greene

Caleyand Yukon
Lt. Green
Pierce and Polk

Cadet Brian Saltzman

Marshall and Fair

J. Britton M,Hobart Sgt. Damrill AI Koger George Palaze

Marshall and Fair (one bik north)

Mannie Hay and Sgt. Barker

Nick Grove

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JC- 001-009234

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1'-_ . . {...."".... s"'". 1/ . . . . f.Icf:t CUI'II1IiIIetI -.... are lllJe to the /H1$t of my knowledge and belief, I
do , . maoi,iIlIi. _ it 'w iIIII at thelilr:ls IN dftf1IIiII; (If the incident. but only tlwse facts about which I heve been

1lPO_~_
ANDRADE, J.

JC- 001-009235
CASeNO _

Denver Police Department


STATEMENT
~IHQ ITA'TIMWliS;
a(Officer OWilne.. 0 Personadvl.ed

DATIt:N B f seFUAI. NO
7

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\ JC· 001·009236

I have read the loregolng .tatement and the tects contained therein are true to the best 01 my knowledge and betief, I
oo not maintain that it contains all 01 tlte teets or detaits 01 the Inoident, but only tnos« tect« about wltloll I have been
'ked. if ! d,;, ! 91
Oat. DAM
12>0
Time St.!~t C~I.ted 7
%PM
Signature ofperson mak!1'Ig' statement
ANTUNA, S.

JC· 001·009237
Page__ a f _ _ Pages Case No. _

AnI~ nO\.Am, Middle

Aesidenca StrHt Addt. .


5t~
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Denver PoIce Depa b.leilt

Clty
STATEMBT
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Pft$On l1dVi:l:.d

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Clty
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CarY\;> - 14--=<0- qq Time
17;),(;; Hours

~:'·;:::.i:"H't6}.t J c.JJ.o at: I' l.";;'~Oo(J'_·l!L"e ml'r<f"-'1 J c. rroo l..-


Summary of Statement: .

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I h'lVe ffIItd the foregoing statement and the fact1i: crmtak>ed ~ .... """ tel the best of my k/l"wledge and belief. I
do not mmtain that It contains all of the facrs or d<ItaiI:t of tbtr...........,.
but anJy tho$e facts about which I have been
tl8kt!d.

1 1_ _
JC· 001·009238
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CPM
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ARCHER, E.

JC· 001.009239
Paglo__ of_ _ CaseNo, _
Denver Police Oepartment
STATEMENT
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StilUhl'lent is.;
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Offieo. (J W'rtt'iHS Q ~r50n adviUd
Cit'( County jState Zip Code:
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CQur'\ty
1$1"2 ZiD,s;:; Z-4> ¥
/ .32>/ &./oI<i!Kd - 4s54U<-r r) ..
~T"",_ Sen ... No,
1°_ Time
Hours

~/
f~c.u.::~";7a':r
j L.O'czon where statement ta:an:
~.,<. ~'k!),/:;) h,-~A ~ ,.1k."
Summ.-y of Slatemem: /

A: Ak'A!R-<'f'J'?1!t7,.'7-V /JS<J 77:H.t</ #tI'hz-C?' /l'ff/I'..4'1&7t!C;;f7<!. J(i'f


~ L ,.rn;~ ..... ~J ' & h;'7~r Ht£"c.n:-t:> 7P tftM/nh::.F' 2 wCtl,ms
;;7 J! AU;J,l,?)l.JY" t>f?ll~l" ~~, ItJe'U.. .F ii[7v' &tv-?&:' r
/Vir-oS btl@...,.,4!<r;,.</,;Jl;,c:t:-<!J.;fFC/?lP;:z;. I-W= t!mnM,ffV~ !J,.$-?- ~
ili?'l-worJd,.. ;fad . ~ ~ mtf w<¢..t duw~ ?2? /lg
--r:e./A-rirE' #ti('7t ,,J b8-X:c-C 1'1) 1)",1t;:.,~ ~;Jrr t.JM; waf M,tJ~­
II) TJ!&:r" k.'l c.-AfltR AI .

4 ... 1>1, • {FII,f t&ft c.l ~ t!dd~1 w"'e.7J ~.J)I,pu tNee '= ~," ;;Me
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ffifd4 Nel; W1.J /...-' 71¥ fi1I1JiC.q""",\. ""11c""'/.Htm.: Q.A..i[ fNrt6' NJ ~
J!121tpI ""1;',;..} ~ m Cor/' ),:>!,y,,;. A.5 IJ'4Iv/4::f1} triJ,,417Z';1/ hf1f;>YJ~
IYM(...s&to i/ffi:~!f£ ~b

Je· 001·009240
I hiwe I'fIIII(/ rhe fOmgiJiIlg stllt_t IIfl(/ the facts contained therein are true to the lIest of my knowledge and belief, I
do not maiJtairI that it contltins all of the facts or detaIls of the Incident, but only rhtx;e facrs abcut which I have been
1JISIc_

IIIIIIIIIBO
'0800'
JC· 001·009241
Page 1 Case NO.
Denver Police Department
STATEMENT
NAfwlE: (lAST, f'lllST, MlOOLEINmA,l.l MAlllNG StJ.'lnKl\iT IS:

ARCHER. DENNIS X OFFICER I" WITNESS n PERSON ADVISED


R!llllt:I!<NCa S'nlW A(lM~i>S

1= """"" "'" I zeccce

1'Wi.l0000t F"f1O," I SUSlHEU ~Hf: SOCbll SIO.;Rm' NO


I ;;~;~~e~lNO
MINESS s-eer AUelliS$
2100 S. Clay Street
I
C,N
Denver
CtltlN'ri'

Denver
STIoTi

CO !;~;19
CAA!CVlTAtW(l $fAT1H,wn
1 SE~lNO om I r~,
4121/99 9:07 AM
CQNCliiVlll'lG A"I~OENT AT Lo<;.All0l< w,.e'li SU ~""OO T;,KiN
COI.UMBINE HIGH SCHOOl.

On 4-20-99 at approximately 2:30 P.M. Sgt. C.D. Jones assigned me to American Medical
Response ambulance #241. The Attendant of Ambulance #241 was Rosales. My services
were never needed as that ambulance never transported anyone from the crime scene.

JC- 001_009242

I have read the foregoing statement and the facts contained therein are true 10 the best ofmy knowledge and belief f do
nol maintain thai it contains all ofthefacts or details ofthe incident, bUI only those facts about which I have been asked.

TimeStatement Completed
ARELLANO, J.

JC- 001·009243
CASE NO.

Denver Police Department


STA'I'EMENT

On 04-20-99 at approximately 1200 hours, I responded to the Columbine


High School Shooting. In route, I stopped at a road block where Officer
Robert Mon~oya, #S2004 of Traffic Ope. approached me and asked if I
needed ammo to take to the SCene. I said yes and he gave me a case of
shotgun rifle slugs and a case of 45 cal. ammo. He also gave me a
shotgun. I went to the Command Post where I contacted Lt. Frank Vesea
of Metre Swat and gave him the ammo.
I checked in with Sgt. Doug Jones who assigned me to make a Roster of
the Detectives who responded to the scene and assisted in getting
written Statements from victim'S & witnesses.

Signature
Date

JC. 001-009244

DPD (Bl366-A (5/95)


BANCROFT. K.

JC· 001·009245
"Page_ _ 01,_ _ ~ C""" No. _
Denver P*e Oep&,biHh1t
STATEMEIT
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n ·1 llOis..t~ Clty County St Zip Code
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Time
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JC.001.009246

I Iwve _ the ~ stir_I and 1htI1'K:t:i CDfItliined thtNein life true to the best of my mowledge and belief. I
do fItJf mlli?w. t:bIIt It cont:lIins IIiI of the I'K:t:i 01' diltJds of the Incident. bur 0fI1y thou feem abo", which I have been
tIllkl!id.

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Page I CASE NO.
Denve" Polica Department
STATEMlllII'r
NAME, Webster, Shane K., 87007 MAKING STATEMENT IS, XX Officer
Bancroft, Kathleen, 88034
BUSINESS PHONE, 640-3541
BUSINESS ADDRESS, 1331 Cherokee Street
Denver. Co 80204
DATE, 04-21-1999 TIME, 0710 hrs
CONCERNING AN INCIDENT OCCUR.'<.rNG AT, Columbine High School
LOCATION WHERE STATEMENT TAKEN, Headquarters
S1JIIMARY OF STA'I'll:MBNT

On 04-20-1999 we were worklng in the Sex Crimes Unit. We were sent


to assist with the shooting at Columbine High School at about 1345 hra.
We responded to Pierce and Leawood, where we were directed to Leawood
Elementary School. we walked to Leawood Elementary and were contacted
by Capt. Saltzman. A school bus arrived with students who needed to
be interviewed and we directed the bus to the side entrance to the gym.
We learned that the gym was full of parents and we directed the
students to the music room So that they could be interviewed. A
Jefferson County Deputy told us that those who had witnessed the
shooting or seen the shooters would be interviewed in the library. We
then began to contact the students and the oneS who had witnessed
anything were taken to the library. We found that some counsellors
were trying to sign out the students who did not see anything and we
asked them to get full information on the students. When the
interviews were complete we were eventually relieved from the
elementary school and we responded back to Leawood and Pierce where we
contacted Deputy Chief Abrams and Division Chief Gordon to see if we
were needed for anything else. After we were released from that
location we returned to headquarters.

I have read the foregoing statement and the facts contained therein
are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Date 'lIZ! /19
-7-' • -
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- P .M.
/ .1-"-" __
Time Statement completed

Det.

JC.001-009247

CPD 1!1166 IS/SS)


JC- 001-009248
DENVER POLICE DEPARTMENT

CORRESPONDENCE

TO: Crimes Against Persons

FROM: Sgt. Roger Barker, Field Training Coordinator, District Four

DATE: 41Z0fl999

SUBJECT: Columbine High School

On the above date reporting officer was in the District Four station when a call was received from
a student at Columbine High School at approximately 1137 hours, Thestudent lateridentified as the
son of officer Wayne Depew reported that shots were being fired inside the school and that students
were wounded by the gunfire. Officer John Lietz kept this parry on the phone and simultaneously
contacted Jeffco Sheriffdispatch. He in rumcontinued to relay information relative to the shooting
to the dispatcherand kept in touch with student Depew. At the same time I established a relayto
DPDofficers to keep themupdated on the situation as Officer Lietzrelayed the information to me.
Subsequent to that reporting officer setup Channel5A withthe assistance of TecanicianHays and
Detective Loughlin. Thistookplace at approlcimately 1300 hours. Wecoordinated communications
in this manner until approximately 1400 hours when radio took over ChattneI5A. Followingthat
Tecllllician Hays andmyselfresponded to the sceneto assistthere.

Uponour arrival we were sent to FairandPierce to assist a multi·jurisdictional team in the removal
of students from the schoolvia school bus. Approximately 3 busloads of atudents were evacuated
to a nearby elementary school for debriefing by investigative personnel.

At theconclusion of the situation Officer Haysandmyselfescorted a U.S. Army armored personnel


carrierback to its transport vehicle and we were relieved at approximately 1730 hours.

~~~

JC- 001-009249
BJ,fu'ffiILL. S.
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JC- 001-009250
Page 1 Case NO.
Denver Police Department
STATEMENT
~,~ . .. , ' ~o .. , _ " .

BARNHILL. Sn;PHEN F. XOFFICER o WiTNESS


..". 0 PERSON ADVISED

!
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1331 Cherokee Street I Denver Denver


~
CO 80204

DET S. BARNHILL 173004 4121/99 110:57 AM


COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DENVER POLICE HEADQUARTERS

On 4-20-99, at approximately 1:00 PM, myself and Detective Kerry Rich responded to the scene near
Columbine High School. Upon our arrival we were requested to help establish telephone
communications to the Denver Police Mobile Command Center. After accomplishing that task. I was
asked to monitor a portable "school' radio for possible transmissions by the suspects. No suspicious
radio conversations were overheard, After we were notified that suspects had terminated themselves
we waited for further instructions. At approximately 6.00 PM, We disconnected the Command Center
from the telephone lines. We were dismissed a short time later.

JC·001·009251

I have read the foregoing statement and the faces contained (herein are true 10 the best ofmy knowledge and belief I do
nOI maintain that it contains ail ofthe facts or details of the Incident, bur only those facts about which I have been asked

Time Suaemenr Ccmplered SlgnnMt at person makin& statement - .J


BARUCH,JERRY

JC- 001-009252
CASE NOI~ _

Denver POlice D8Il8l1ment


STATEMENT

:::r. o Penson .""Ised

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or.

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C<Z,Y'r"Ic 'Sc.~ p.eoC£"S.'S:,....J & OJt:. AS'S,!QtuM6J\ uJa.~
1}\"& eo (VI \ (\ .. :r\~ II'C o{+:; C.€.:s d ~ -rt+£ 'S()" co L. A"l

<G.. rtJt+"I"'~ "'/01 (.c, A<Y-::> j). \jt,a;:;y.,; '/rZo, , wt Too>::::. iVJ"'~::'
pt\<.~ S AS v;C(.\- A'::> ~1€cT6Q ev,'/XENo~=I' ,TI:;M 'S w\.\-,cf.{
WEL6' ~ '1u.e~ o.J61:. TD A- @§PU:SEi,:rD<::::iI1V £ esC

I havtl read the fOfegoin<;J slatement and the facts cot1!ained therein are true to the best of my knowledge .nd belief. I
" not mainlain that it contains all of the facts or details 01 the incident, but only tnas • been
)red, oS I 10 I q.. JC.001.1)09253
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~'-c6l~T fY\o VJ6 !'bol<. bol14- STlI\ ~.3

JC- 001-009254

Illave read the foregoing statement and the facts contained therein are true to the best of my knowledge and belief I
do not maintain that it contains all 01 the facrs or derails 01the incident. but only those lacls about wIllelr J have been
a$J<ed. O~ f /0 {q,\
Date
JC- 001·009255
Case No. _
Denver PoIce Department

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Cty
STATEMENT
M.ldng Statement ls:
c:t OffiC!lir
County
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Witness.
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a Petson advtsed
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7'9
Date of Sinh f Serial No.
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Time
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.4/1 ,4 e? R AIYlLJUc/fAC>(. .7 r;.~'4<J h</ /o/i!.. ~/r7<1'r'/.:dac'f?
hzc./.;v,.<", Wt H/'c.t!'E as.ese DI.sMze.IJ£<) /t?TO Z4d

JC- 001-009256

/ _ _ the ""egoit>g _ _ and the facts contained therein sr« true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I
do n<lt _ _ thIJt it coo,tair", all of the _ iN details of the Incident, but only those facts about which I have been
asked.
BELUE, D.

JC· 001-009257
pag.-J- Of-L Pages
Denvet' Poice Depautbhebt
Ca•• No, _

STATEIIOT
C ~nad¥ised

State Zip Coda

Summary of Statement:

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4>.."-. ~ .('~v...-~",,::> <fc:v-. e..-d \0.);.,"::. c:::;;:,M +0 c.~,"':::,\
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I have "'ad the foregoing sta tement and the fact:s _nait>ed then:in are true to the best of my knowledge and belief, J
ao not msintain that it contaims: aR of the facts or ffeta* of ths ~I" but on those facts about which J "ave been
asked.

Sig:n3'tJ.n of n Making: Statement


\
OPO 36& 1_. 2IS51 JC- 001·009258
BERUllE, K.

JC· 001·009259
Page 1 Case NO.
DenverPolice Department
STATEMENT

BERUBE, KENNETH M. X OFFICER o WITNESS 0 PERSON ADVISED

I 1

1(303)640-1340 193018

1331 Cherokee Street Denver Denver Ico 180204

6201 S. PIERCE ST.


1 4/20feg

HEADQUARTERS
- 17:23PM

On 04-20-99 at approximately 1430Hrs while assigned to the Vice Bureau I responded to Columbine
High School, located at 6201 S. Pierce St., along with Detectives Bolte, Terry, and Henry. We
responded to assist Jefferson County on a multiple shooting that occurred at Columbine High School.
The suspects had not been arrested yet and we were to assist on the perimeter.

Upon our arrival we signed in and were given assignments by Sgt. Subio, We were each given an
ambulance to provide security for if they were sent to pick up wounded victims from the High School.
The ambulance I was assigned to did not have 10 respond to Ihe School. After being released from
.nat assignment we responded to Leawood Elemenlary School to standby if our assistance was
needed to lake statements from witnesses. We stood by until released by S9t. Gold.

JC- 001.009260

I have read the foregoing statement and the facts contained therein are true to the best ofmy knowledge and belief I do
not maintain that it contains all ofthe facts or details ofthe incident. but only those facts abmu which 1 have been asked.

o l.j f.iZJ2J!!t!L
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I Of '?O
Ti.11C Statement Completed
BLAIR, RONALD

JC- 001-009261
CASE NO'- _

Oenver Police Oeoal'1menl


STATEMENT
• F'III:Il, ~ HfW.,J, (.(~ ( /oW(N)STA~~

~LA \ t2- Q,'.;,ALu L. ~ce, ClWllnesa o Por.on advl.Od


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ON '-i{z..'!99 W" <..uS(2.<: Nonp,€p rht CA.PT. G-en,~, &!'2.~'­
~iV\ '''''l(;)~ l.o KI:9<e e..'T' 1"" Mc'r A., /loc l#'..S "'r",

S tl \\=- \ LA ~ P{fLJ..C:,-N lo-J R l,,j 'S ,4a.,'1..1 I]:;D AT' T:, 0 l+1t..S
Atfp ~o{~£Q IN co l 'i/~ SQ" Ch. e~.

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JC· 001·009262
I have read the foregOing ssetemem and the teats contained therein a(e uue to the best 01 my knowledge ana oeliel. I
'0 nor maintain that it contains all of the iects or details of Ihe incident, /)jJ1 oniy Ihose facls about 'IV/lich I have been

,ked. 5 I ~~ ISS DAM (~ IJ CI.! r


\ 2-D PM ~ U-~~~ I~
TtmeSt'lerMflt Cct'l'Oleted 51 nalure: 01 \)8:!"$0(\ rnaki $tatetnent
BLEA. G.

Je- 001-009263
Page 1 Case NO.
Denver Police Department
STATEMENT
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DETECTIVE GERARD E. BLEA 73087 XQFFICER D WITNESS D PERSON ADVISED
'W'

PUBLIC NUISANCE ABATEMENT UNIT


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1331 Cherokee Street IDenver "
! Denver
I ....
CO !
80204
I~
, . I 4/21199 11:15 AM

SHOOTING AT COLUMBINE HIGH

Upon arrival at the school a Lakewood Officer that was direoting traffic near the command post
at Bowels and Pierce 51. directed us to the West Side of the building. We drove west through the
park ending up on top of a large hill overlooking the West Side of the school. Present at this location
were Lt. Ryan, Sergeants Selander, and Jones. While attempting to we sure the west side of the
building it was apparent that other Officer who were closer to the building were attempting to extract
students from the building. After about two - three minutes a large amount of gunfire erupted and it
appeared that the Offioer were under fire from hostile that were shooting from with in the building.
The gunfire lasted about ninety seconds.

Ueu1enant Ryan and Sergeant Jones drove to the area of the shots and Ryan instructed us to remain
at the observation point Within a short time of Ryan's departure, Captain Sandoval requested
addit80nal assistance at the command post located at PierceIBowels. Sergeant Selander remained
at this location and Detective Daniel E. Rojas and I responded to Sandoval's request.

We were requested to report to Captain Lighthouses and Lieutenant Wheeler. upon arrival Wheeler
was in the process of assembling a group of Officer and after the Officer were assembled we
responded to Weave and Kendell in order to check for additional suspects. This area was searched
and no suspects were found. While searching Detective Daniel E. Rojas located evidence of a
detonation involving a two-liter plastic bottle. We recovered the bottle and took photos of the
damaqe. We then responded to a second location South ofthe school on Pierce, attempting to locate
additional suspects. We were unable to locate any suspects and we responded back to the
command post.

In responding back to the command post Captain Sandoval ordered us to respond to lakewood
Elementary School to assist with crowd control because the high school students were being
transported there. At the elementary school we reported the to Captains Leighthouser and Saltzman
and were assigned to crowed control in the stage area. While at the school we assisted Detectives
with statements and the briefing of the students,
I have read the foregoing statement and thefacts contained therein are true to the best ofmy knowledge and belief l do
not maintain that it contains all of the facts or details ofthe incident, but only those/acts about which I have been asked

JC- 001-009264

Time Statement Completed


4 Q.;t,c:vV' r z:: ii/of';' n 0:;7
Page 2 Case NO.
DenverPolice Department
STATEMENT
When all the students had been interviewed Sergeant Fisherrequested that we secure a section of
the school in order to provide as privatearea that would be used for interviewing of the Officersthat
were involved in discharging .of their weapons. At 1845hours were were released from this
assignment and we returned into service.

The evidence that was recovered ( plastic bottle) was placed into evidence under No. 559697

I have read the foregoing statement and the focts contained therein are true 10 the besl ofmy knowledge and belie! I do
not mairuain that it contains all ofthe facts or details ofthe incident, but only those facts about which I have been asked.

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BOLTE, J.

JC· 001·009266
CASE NO.

Denver Police Department


STATEMENl'
Detective John K. Bolte 81013 [ Location of incident 1
Denver Police Vice/Narcotic's Bureau 5201 S. Pierce St.
1331 Cherokee St. Columbine High School
Denver, Co. 80204
303 -5110-1331

On 04-20-1999, I was sent to the scene of this inoident by Lt.


Williams, of the Denver Police Vice/Narcotios Bureau, at about 1430
hrs. I responded from our office to that location. Upon arrival, I was
assigned by Sgt. Subia, to CoVer an Ambulance crew, should they need
to respond into the school area to assist any wounded parties. The
ambulance however was never sent into the school for victims.
Once the scene was secured at the school and it was determined that
there were no other surviving victims that would require treatment by
paramedic crew's I was released from my assignment with the ambulance.
I remained in the area where the ambulance' 8 were staged until I
responded to the Leawood Elementary School to assist with witness
statements. Upon arrival there no further assistance was needed and I
was released from that scene by Sgt. Gold and Sgt. Martinez, of the
Denver Police Vice/Narcotic's Bureau, at which time I left the scene
and responded back to my office at about 1830 hrs.

JC- 001-009267

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JC- Q01·Q09268
Page~ ot_d.,,-_ Pages Case No.
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Denver Pollee Department
STATEMENT
I /;'i;.trst. ~ In~ L~ Statement ie:
Officer a Witr!e-u 0 :f:'ersM advised
h~id8nC8 Stree.t Address :City County \State Zip Code
i
Aaidnnce Phone
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Sod. SeOJrity No. ioate q~!~€ria1 No

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Officer Taking $tiJ{..,ent • Serial No•


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Houts

C~9 an inoo01Tt occut'ring~{


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Summary of Statement•.

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I have read the foregoing statement and the facts contained therein are true ta the best at my knowledge and beJlef. J
do nat mofnt,"n that it cant"fns "II of tile teats or det"lls of m..
incident, but only tbos.. facts about which I have been
asked,

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Summary 0' Statement (cont.) ~"S""~).2:!i~,"l4>o",,,","""':-\:~ _

I have read the foregoing statement and the facts cOfllained therein are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I
do not maintain that it contains all of the facts or details of the Inc/dent, but only those teet» about which I have been
asked.

JC- 001-009270
BRA/iNAll, D.

JC- 001-009271
Case NQ, _
Denver Police Department
STATEMENT
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1 ' - _Ilw to"'llI .. Ilw _ con_ thflttein .,e tru« to the b_ of my knowledge and belief, I
riD IJIIIIt 1l".....1tlIit 1JMtit CQlJI'.IotIs III at IhtII _ DI' detIIilIII of the Incident. but only those facts about which I have been

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JC· 001·009273
Page 1
CASE NO. _

Denver Poli".. Department


STATll:MEN'r

NAME (LAST FIRST, MIDDLE INITIAL) MAKING STATEMENT IS


Brennan, xx Offioer Witness
Person advised
RESIDENCE STREET ADDRESS CITY COUNTY STATE ZIP CODE

RES IDENeE PHOm:: BUSIm::SS PHONE SOCIAL SECURITY NO.


303-640-1128_

DATE OF BIRTH/SERIAL NO.


82087 _

BlJSlNESS STREET ADDRESS CITY CO~ITY STATE ZIP CODE


1331 cherokee St _ Denver_ Co__ 802.24_
OFFrCER TAKING STATEMENI SERIAL NUMBER DATE TIME
Thomas Brennan. _ 82087 _ 4-20-99 1811
CONCERNING AN INCIDENT OCClJRRING AT
620C So Pierce St, Columbine High school _

LOCATION WHERE STATEMENI TAKEN


1331 cherokee St, Denver Police Headquarters _

SllMMARY Olr STATll:MEN'r

On the date of 4-20-99 at approximately 1125 hours, Deteotive Brennan


82.-87 was at the looation 5125 W Florida Ave, Denver, Co conducting a
photc line up at the King Soopers store when the call for bell' was
aired by Jefferson County Sheriffs officers. It was related that these
officers were under fire at Columbine High School.

The RD responded to the location of Pieroe St '" Lealand Ave, where the
initial command past was set, The RD assisted initially at this
location keeping the area clear while a triage area was set.
The RD contacted Captain Collier at the scene and assisted as the
decision was made that Denve-r detectives would be assigned to an
individual ambulance as injured students or faculty waS evacuated from
the school. That detectives would board each ambulance and respond
with the victim to the hospital.
Upon the communication with the forward Tactical Teams, the RD et all 1

moved South on Pierce St, to the East entrance of Columbine High


School. It was found that only one male student was evacuated to the
location and was transported by ambulance. The RD assisted at the
location with the evacuation of students from Columbine High School.

During the time at the location the RD spoke to Jefferson County


Sheriffs Officer Gardner, who related af being the school resource
officer assigned to Columbine High Schaal. Officer Gardner related that
at the start of the incident he was fired upon and returned fire on one
of the suspects.

llPD (S) 366 (5/95) JC- 001-009274


Page 2 CASE NO.

Upon the conclusion of the assignment at the forward post, the RD


returned to the Command Post at Pieroe & Leawood. The RD was requested
to respond to Leawood Elementary School and assist with statements from
the witnesses. The RD found that the statements had been completed by
detectives that were at the location. The RD then returned to Denver
Police Headquarters.

r have read the foregoing statement and the facts contained therein
are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I do not maintain
that it contains all of the facts or details of the incident, but only
those facts about which I have been asked.

Date 4 /21/99
xxx A.M.
0804 P.M.
Time"""";:-:-::---:
Statement Completed . A
// OM, -7':, &,.,.-
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c...~gnature of person lila ins statement
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JC· 001·009275

OPO (II) 3 ss (5/95)


BUCKLEY. M.

JC- 001-009276
CA$ENQ, _

0 _ Police Oepertment
STATEMENT
MAKJNIl STAT'I!MEHT ~

'Gi'Olllcer C1Wllneu CI Perse" advised

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JC- 001-009277

I hava raadlhe foregoing statement and the facts conlained /herain are trua to Ine bast of my knowledge and belie I. I
", not maintain Jnat it contains air of the facts or datails of /he incident, but only those faCIa abOUI wIlieh I have been
ked. ¥ / 01/ /'17
0." . B"AM
O~; Eo 0 PM 6 f// r
TimeSt.tlmani C~kftflld lpture of petsQn ma $tatflf'MM
CAMPBELL, G

JC- 001·009278
DENVER POLICE DEPARTMENT
INTER-DEPARTMENT
CORRESPONDENCE

TO: Sgt M. Fetrow

FROM: DelectNtI G. A. Campbe/t 86067

DATE: 04121199

SUB.JECT: Acdo"$ 18km at D.H.M.C. 04120193

Sir,

The aursos« of this tette« is to inform you of the actions! toos: at Denv!!1 Health Medical Center, and
else where eoout the cit» in relation to the multiple shooting at CoJvmbi". High School on 04120199.

At 1300 hours l was accompanying Oerecriv(t Martin Martinez, 81018 to Denver Health /vfedical
Center to inter.dew a victim an one of his Domestrc '/ia/ence cases. Upon learning of our destination.
Sgt. Priest and Sgr. Meier asked us to stay at the nosoirs) and get the nsmes of any victims that
arrived tnere from the multiDie shooting at Coiumbm» High Scnao), We were ro gather any evidence
and obtain statements tram [he vic rims if possIble.

1310

On our arrival at the h()$f]iral we were mformed mat Detective Martinu victim had already been
f

released. We were escortea into the waitmg room by haspital secudtY~ who wanted us to wait and
talk to an sdmissions supervisor to get the information from the sheoting victims. The nUl'Sing
sooervtsor Instructed uS to go .nta the emergency foam sa we could get the necessary information
in a more timely fashion.

We contacted Dr. Canmil. the E,R. supervisor, who miormed us of ('NO victims currently in the E.R.
and one mote enraute. He men comoteted serious bodily mjury repons em LanCfI Kjrkfand~ 02/16/83.
ana Jeno» l'ark, 04102/81. Kirkland was already in the Operating Roam being treete« for multiple
gunshot wounds to the right thigh. chest ami race, Park was In the c.R.
being treated for multiple
gunshot wounds to the right knee, fight snoutder. and right foot.

1400
We met De/JIJ'CY John Healy from the Jefferson Counry Sherifrs Deaertmem, who was tit the hosf)ital
TOccnec: eVidence and obtain statements. Healy Stated l1e had arrived iiit the hospital on the first
smootsoce with L~l1ce Kirkland. Healy had alf!iady osrsmeo the c!athing from Klrk/and and Par/os. and
placed Ir in paper bags.

1415

The third gunshot victim was Identified 8S Mark Kintgen,. 05130181. Dr Cantrill completed fa senou«
badJIY mjury on him, stating he /J single gunshot ta me head.

1430
f obtained ii tist of known victims and the hostnte! they were tJeing treated at from the E./f. staff
and sent a copy of (he ttst to Sgt. Meier via fax.

JC. 001·009279
DPD :iOO-Z (9/9J}
1455
I was contacted by Lt. Vaunt as to the identity and locatio" of the victims. i referred him to Sgt.
Meier. who had the list. A P.I. O. was requested 10 handle media concsrns, and Detective M. Hall
resaonae« to the haspital with more evidence bags~
1510
Mark H.aly~s condition was upgraded to st(1/;)i!4, lind we were Informed a tourtt: victim was enroute
to the hospitai. The staff al$a infotmed us they were pte()~ring fer U/J to thirty more vkztims,

1530
Post 10- Sgt. Hoffmlm. Post 11. rechnician Swedlund. and Post 19 Officer De"ison responded to
the host'iral for crowd control and security, A report of 8 carload of armed suspects following an
ambulance necessitated heightened security.
1555 Victim #4. Lisa Kreutz. arrived at the hospital. Dr. cantril completed an S.8.1. form for her
shortly thereafter, He indicated she was suffering from multiple extremity gunshct wounds.

1600
Detective Hall and 1 assisted Derective Maninez lind investigator Healy in obtaining famify torormetton
an me vicums. and conracting the famdy members at the nostuts).
1530
We were informed tner« would be no mare ambulances ar D.H. M. C. We continued meeting with the
filmilies.

1823
After gathering 3/1 tn« evidenc» we secured from O.H.M, C. and informed Sgt. Meier of me final
outcome. A flnailisi of victims! locations was sent to him. Detective Marrinez and myself transported
Investigator Healy to rhe Command Past near Pierce and Sawles~ ar,;ving at 1910 hours. A/1evidence
obtained ar D.H.M. C. by Investigator Healy was placed into a Jefferson Countv She,;-ff's vehicle. as
directed by suoervisars at tne scene. All af the original copies of the $.8./. forms were turned over
to Derecrlve Healy; and copies kept far D.P D, records.

2110
Detective Martinez and myself returned ro Police J-Iea(Jquaruus and starred to write the sctivitv letter.
Detective Peni"gton mtormed us that there had been threats ot further ."acks 04121/99. He raid us
to secure for me eveningT :md get rest.

04/21/99
I ccmplerad this letter and forwarded it (hrougn the proper cnermete.

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JC. 001-009280

tlPD 200-E; is/91l


CAMPBELL, J.

JC· 001-009281
Case No. _
Denver Pulice Department
'LorI. tnt. _ _
STATEMEIT
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P . Ie ...... StIWl A.ddnIa CitY ~ !State: z;" Cod.

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C.ol.-vM"OCl. ."",. \.l. c;.. I ~t.-~~d J.-~">I?' t--\":lr,""
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of Stal.m.llt

, have r1JtId the foregoing statement and file facts contained therein are true to the best of my knowledge ""d beRet, ,
da nor tmJitttain fllat ft CDII_ IIIiI of file _ or detaiIII; tlf file incident, but only those facts about which I have been
asJeed.
CARRDLL, J.

JC· 001-009283
Paga__ ot___ Pagea Call" NO. _
Denver Police Department
STATEMENT
Maldng a~flm"nt: ia:
OfficlJt 0 Witnfta a PIl5Qf! adviHd
CitY County State

Muidence Phone Business Phone


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Citv

SenalNo..

Summary 01 Statement:

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/ h"ve ft/"d the foft/going at"tement and the f"cta contained therein are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. /
do /lOr maintain that it contains al/ of the facts Of detaRs of the incident, but only those facrs sbout which / have be'"
asked.

1/ea.s: O"~~ ClAM


Time
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JC- 001·009284
C/.STRO, J.

JC- 001-009285
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I have read the ftJfegDIng _ _ t IIIId /he fat:t:s _ltJIiNJ tIJtttrJin ... IIUe IlO !be best r:lf my lamwfedge and beile'. 1
do fl()t maintain that It ctIII11Iins III of /he fat:t:s or _ • file iJdlIIdt;. bert only those facts about which I have been
asked.

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CATALINA, J.

JC· 001·009287
PageL of f psges Case No. _
Denver PoflCll Department
STATEMENT

Zip Code

Social SI<lJrity No.

I have read the foregoitlg stlttemet1t and the facts contltined therein are true to the t of my knowledge and belief. I
do not meitltaitl that it contstn« all of the facts or detaib of the incident. but only those facts about which I have been
asked.

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CRASTAIN, R.

JC· 001·009289
Pag". Ca." NO,e- _
Denver Police Department
STATEMENT
... 1l.lJ:st, First, Mkldfe: Initi~A-. iMtking Statement ls:
,1l'h"I77'/"1 N
Auidtlnc.u Street AQd,"s
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CitY
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County
t:l Witness
jStat.
D Peorson advised
Zip Codt

Residence Phone 1Su,slnU S Phone Sodal Security No. Date 01 Birth f Safi..l No,
I I I! I '&19.-3'''"'!:t
BlJSin&$S Street Address CitY County ISlate Zip Code

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Time
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Co~~:g Fan S:en}';~ Ce I~);~;:'ettt4tement taken:

Summat'f of Staleme"t:

uI/2u 8f?,1.11/6/-L, '* s: S /,j TC7l M 77,! lle?F(JZN(- 6'27? t 9l!""1r'Lv""'-

ecuu;Jau:7\lt 7D nee: Cil04l1&dzJ«l rhu= ''Tnr'' t11/'!tN/'7t«v@/;

,I have rsad the foregoing statement ~nd the facts contained therein 818 true to the best of my knowledge end belief. I
do not maintain that It contains all of the facts or details of tile Incident, but only those facts about which I have been
Jsked,

o 7'/--2.iLI.-!L!Z. JC· 001·009290


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Tima Statement Completed
<1fl'M 'goa f Person Making: Statement

Oia 166 {Rev, 2/951


CISNEROS, M.

JC- 001-009291
pageL 01 I' Pages Cue No, _
Denver Pollee Department
STATEMENT
C Person adVised
Zip Code

J'
I have '.lId the fortlfJojng statement and the facts contained the,~in are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I
do net maintain that it contains all of the facts or details of the Incident, but only those facts a!:lOut which I have been

asked.
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CLAIR, R.

JC- 001-009293
ease No. _
Demw P!lica Department
STATBIEIT
Stat~l.$:
Offl~ Cl WJtne.. 0 Penon ~

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