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seated at the table with him was Tiffany Spevak. and later some unidentified female students. Jean said he proceeded to the toed
servicelinewherehe got his lunch. and after reruming to histable. he sat on the east side of the table and was facing: west. which
allowed him to look out the west cafeteria windows

r asked Jean what flI"Si brought his attention that something was wrong in the cafeteria. He stated when he: was looking west that
he observed several students who wereseatedover near the westwindows stand up, and then drop to the floor,at which nme he
described an unidentified female, he couldn't tell me if she wasa student or a faculty member. wearinga red shirt. come running
in the northwest cafeteria doors. and the female was yelling something. but he couldn't tell me what she was saying Jean
remained seatedat the table. and he remembers a teacher by the nameof Ms. Brug, who was off to his right. start yellingat him
telling him to get down under the tables Jean said as he startedto get down on the floor, he recalled seeing a large plume of
white smoke coming from the Senior parking lot. Jean told me he still had no idea what was going on because he didn't hear
anysoundsof eithergunshots or explosions. Jean statedsoonafter theplumeof smoke in the SeniorparkingJot. that the students
-rver near the west windows started to run east towards the stairs of the cafeteria. He told me himself and Tiffany Spevak
remained at their table because they feared they were goingto be trampled by other students. After several of the student had
clearedthe cafeteriaarea. Jean and Tiffany picked their backpacks up and walked to the hallway just off of the kitcbenarea.and
proceeded into the auditorium. after it was unlocked by ajanitor Jean told me there were severalother students.along with two
teachers, :vIr Andreas Sr and Jr., that went into the aw;Htorium where they lockedall of the doors. Jean was asked if he heard
any gunshots or explosions at this time, He-told me he recalled \k Andreas Jr walk up to the top of the auditorium, and opened
the doors Jean stated shortlyafter Mr Andreas. Jr. openedthe doors,he heardwhat sounded like a shotgunblast. and thought
Mr. Andreas. Jr. had been shot when he opened the doors. Shortly after hearing the shot. Mr Andreas. Jr reappeared in the
auditorium. and he told me at mat point. he wasn't sure where the shotgun blast had come from. The students and the facutry.
fearing they weren't safe within the auditorium, exited via a southeast exn from the auditorium. which allowed them to gain
access into the foreign language hall. They ran to the end of this hall, and ran OUt an emergencyexit. which put them in the
Junior parking lot. After they reached the parking lot theyran east to Leawood Park,and remained there for a short period of
time They then ran into the subdivision east of the park. where they sought refuge in a house"

Jean was asked if he ever observed gunmen while he was in vie cafeteria. or if he ever observed any gunmen out west of the
cafeteria. He told me that he never observed any gunmen whileat the school.
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Jean was asked if he knew about the TrenchCoat Mafia.and specifically Eric Hartis or Dylan Klebold. He told me h. did not
know Klebotd, but he knew Hams because he had German class wirh him for three years. Jean was asked if he heard of any
rumors of anything that was going to occur on Q4..20..99, and he said he did not hear anything. I asked him ifhe had any other
information [0 pass 00. Jean told me after the initial shooting, that himself and a few friends had gone over to the Columbine
Public Library. and h. recallsan associatecf'the TrenchCoat Mafia, who showed up at thelibrary. He describedthe individual
lIS being very tall. quite ugly, and was wearing a pink tidiedshirt. Initially, he couldn't ",II me who the individual was. H.
referred to his yearbookand identified that party as being Robert Perry. He told me h. thought It was peculiarthat this person,
associated with the TrenchCoot Mafia, wouldshow up afterthis Incident. J asked him ifhe knew Hartis had a Website, and be
said he was not awareof that. Jean wasasked ifbe hadgone: to the promand the after prom party He sai-d he did. I asked him
if he observed Hams or Kleboldat the prom. He told me he does not recallseeing either one of them there

Jean was asked to describe his clothing on the incident date. He said he was wearing black baggy jeans, a. white ADIDAS shirt
vith black sleeves. and a pair of shoes.

At the ccmpletiorr of my interview, I had Jean diagram where he was seated in the cafeteria and depict his route out of the
cafeteria. A copy of that map is attached with. this supplemental report.

[ verified that Jean did not see any gunmen whitt: at the school. and be did net observe- the two large duffle bags that I had
describedearlier in the cafeteria area.

ADDITIONAL INFOR,""ATION:
FBl case number 4-DN-57419 (DN#2927)

DISPOSITION: Open. pending further investigation.

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AAAPAHOE COUNTY SHeRIFF'S OFFICE
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Lillleton. Co~ at:I1:zo,.1200· 303-J'95.4111
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~n ~ __SS, at abcul1120 hcura, 1!'IiS ""'estigalCr was dt cad"" to the CoIutrlCII"I8 HlgIl $CtICCI, located at ScuItl
'1<Iiul S!Nolot and W,,$I. Bowl"""'vfll'l"e. located in \Jl\inal~ Jefferson CO\lI1lY. ColoradOon a ml.. ....1aiCI <::all. 11'ley
1lId 'lI1Ills fire. IIl<l p<lO;lla _ in Itle sc:hcol

J;:<ln my amval 1121 "curs. I ecntaeled llIe a.J<Ili'l'tnon County Shoril!'. s.rg...nt alll"Ja.i'l_n of SoUll\ Pierce
;l:nilIJl and W...ll_a<l Avenue: 11'le S"'IlU"'l- talking _ _ lIW J~n ColJl'llY Sherill'. Oeputy. The
:l9IlUtY ldviJed 1"h& Sergeantlll<l I oltl'1<l kluowil'l<; InfctmllllCn:

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7hllllhe gl.lt1 men __ stiU .s/lQQIlnq;

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Upenmy am.a!, I talked Wl!I'! Sgt UI'lI\& aMlllccl< _eral dlgrtal phetograpMs at the dC>Cil parts used in lhe dev;co. While
at the ;ocsijon, I ~. ""nlll<:tlld bY a studentthat _ ai the schad dl.inng me shCOling. I oCtalned a Wl'iitln statement
from tIlis._ The SllJ9nl was Jdentffiod as:

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urt "..rON, COLORAOO 80128
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They ~re out Wltrl :tI. sUSpects VGfn¢l. in ~e pamlng lot:. lnstd& the vehldu ~ Mveral ~.\le devicas.

I 0 1 _ the !<:an<> ~l 0030 hOlJfs.

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COLUMBINE mGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE
CONTROL NUMBER: 3316
JCSD CASE NlJMBER: 99-1625
FBI CASE NUMBER: 174A-DN-57419
GOLDEN POLICE NUMBER; 99-1362
REPORT DATE: 05120199
DETECTIVES: Jon Watson

BackiW'und:
RIECKS was interviewed on 04-20-99 by W. BELOHLAVY, ACSD. RIECKS was in CHS
cafeteria. Took elevator to second floor, saw smoke, left the building through the auditorium.

~:
Interview Daniel RlECKS reg~ervatlons and knowledge of subjects and associates.
Interview reo relationship with _TCM, info ooL whereaboutson 04-20-99, and
any subsequent statements of -.regarding the shooting.

Disposition;

SUBJECT: Daniel C. RIECKS


DOB: 01/03183
7622 W. Elmhurst Dr.
littleton, CO 80123
(303) 973-8425

RIECKS was interviewed at his residence at 11:00 AM on May 20, 1999. Present during the
interview was his mother, Sue RIECKS.

Investigation reveals that Daniel RIEIjIK


' older brother MatthewRlECKS is
friend. Daniel RIECKS who knows through Matthew's association with him, said
~s a quiet person, and seems a nice guy.

RIECKS was in the cafeteria at the time of the shootings. H~ home later that evening,
however, whe~was at the RlECKS home. _ h a d come to RIECKS' home
because of his c~'s welfare. Most of the conversanonRIECKS heard was
discussion of where everyone was when lbe Incident occurred. They looked up pictures of Eric
HARRIS and Dylan KLEBOLD in Matt RIECKS' yearbook.

Sue RIECKS, mother ofDanie! and Matthew, said when ~t came to the house, he
made the statement that his parents woke him up and told~ happened. _ a t h e r
drove him to me RlECKS home. He arrived about 7:30 PM to 8;00 PM. Later, ather
came to pick him up, and after they all visited for a time, the~eparted about 9;30 PM.

Daniel RIECKS described that _and Matt RIECKS talked about HARRIS and
KLEBOLD and about how those two were not really part of !he trench COli! mafia (TCM),
RIECKS said "talked about how the group was becoming too violent toward him, and
more aggressive toward the "jocks". I asked wbat"meant by this, but RIECKS did not

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COLUMBINE men SCHOOL TASK FORCE
CONTROL NUMBER: llli
JCSD CASE NUMBER: 99-7625
FBICASE NUMBER: 174A·DN-57419
GOLDEN POLlCE NUMBER: 99·\362
REPORT DATE: 05120/99
DETECTIVES; JonWalSDD

know specifics. Mrs. RlECKS relatedthe fact that the name "trench coat mafia" wasoriginally
coined by a "jock", and the grouplikedthe sound of it so theyadopted it.

Daniel RlECKS did notknow either HARRIS or KLEBOLD,

Daniel RIECKS told me that was in Matt RIECKS' 3'"hour class, "government
econ", andthat he seemed to be actingnormally, taking notes and participating.

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ASSOCIATED CASi REPORT h~ERS:

Jefferson County Sheriffs C.R.: 99-7625


FBI control number: 174A-DIV-57419
SUBJECT: ROASBERRY, Sarah Elizabeth
DOB: 09/U/84
8769 West Cornell Ave. #5
Lakewood, co. 80227
(303) 986-0507
PARENT:
MOTHER: Jeanne Peterson
OBSERVATION / INVESTIGATION:
On May S, 1999 I was assigned ~~ interview with columbine High school
student Sarah RoaSberry. Rcssberry was possibly in the cafeteria at the
time of the shooting on April 20, 1999. I spoke to Jeanne Peterson,
Sarah's mother, and made on appointment for an interview for May 11th at
1l,OOAM.
On May 11th at 1100 I arrived at 8769 West Cornell Ave. #5 and
contacted Sarah Roasberry. Sarah confirmed t~~t she was a ninth grader at
columbine and that she had been in school and in the cafeteria on April
20th.
Sarah continued to say that she arrived in the cafeteria at about
1l:10AM. She advisecl that She was sitting at table identifed as "KK".
Sarah continued to say that she was sitting with the following people:
Christie Winfrey
Jeanne Rohde~ / '
Sarah Wehmeyer
Nicole (last name unknown I
Brianna Hernandez v
Veronica Griffith~
iroily Hackett V'

Sarah said that she did not notice any large duffel bags in the
cafeteria when she arrived, nor did she see anyone carry such a bag into
the cafeteria while she was there. Sarah said that her first indication of
trouble came when she saw other students in the cafeteria diving uP-der
tables. Then Brianna and a Dustin Hoffschneider, who was sitting at table

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Supplement 05/11/99 1173 STEFFES, TIMOTHY
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identified as "LL" told her to get down and they had a gun. At this time
Mr. Sanders also came running by telling the students to get down. Sarah
said that she heard a gun shot at this time. Sarah said that she got under
the table and started to cry and panic. Sarah said that she was under the
table for about thirty to forty' five seconds when a group of students broke
~~d ran for the .stairs leading to the library and south main laval hall
way. Sarah said that she got up and ran with the group. Sarah stated that
she ran east in the south hall and out of the building by way of the math
door, located at the east end of the south hall. Sarah said that she went
to a hcuse near Leawood Park where she was let in. She advised that she
remained in this house until she heard that the gunmen were loose. She
said that she paniced and left the first house and hid in a yard at a
second house. After a period of time she returned to the first house, and
a lady who lives there took her to Leawood Elementary School. Where her
mother picked her up.
Sarah said that she did not see who was doing the shooting and did not
see anyone with a gu.~ either before the shooting started or during the time
the shots were being fired. Sarah continued to say that while she was in
the stair way and south hall that she did not she anyone Shooting or with a
gun.
Sarah stated that she did not know either Eric Harris or Oylan
Klebold, nor did she know anyone who was a member of the Trench Coat Mafia.
She further advised that none of her friends associated with or were
members of the Trench Coat Mafia.
Sarah related that she had heard no rumors about possible trouble at
the school on April 20th before the twentieth. The only r~mor she heard
was that possibly the seniors might be shooting paint balls at other
students as it was senior prank day. Sarah continued to say that the only
thing she saw that seemed unusual involved three male subjects she observed
in the north main level hall about 7:20AM on the morning of the twentieth
who were wearing camouflage clothes. Sarah said that she did not know
these people.
sarah said that she did leave her hack pack in the cafeteria, and
described it as a blue East ?ack. She said the pack oontained her
notebooks, geometry and spanish books, and a wallet with her school
identification in it.
Sarah could provide no additional information and the interview
concluded at 11:30.

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JEPYlRSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICB

SUPPLE!!l!NT/!.L REPORT

Defendant, Klebold/aarris Dooket Number'


Oat", April 28. 1999 Case Number, 174A-ON57419
99-7625
DN1012
Deputy D.A., Investigator, Lauck

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Roberts. Shawn
6378 S. Iris WAy
Littleton, co .. 80123
303/978-1567

On April 27, 1999, this investigator met with Shawn Roberts at


his residence. He advised that he had gone to the cafeteria after
completion of his fourth hour History class on the first floor of
the school. He believed that he entered the cafeteria at
approximately 11:15 a.m. and after obtaining his lunch from tr~ food
service area, he sat down at a table with several of his friends~

He identified those students as: GREG GARCIA


KRISTIN (LKU)
DUSTIN GORTON
RICHARD GREEN
BRETT KOSTALINICK
DAN LAB

He stated that after approximately five minutes, he saw Dave


sanders enter the cafeteria, waving his arms, indicating that he
wanted all the students to get down. He advised that he then heard a
loud explosion which he thought could have been a glli' shot, possibly
a shotgun. He said he is familiar with that sound. He believed that
the sound came from outside the west door. He said he stayed under
the table for approximately fifteen seconds and observed many of the

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stuctents running from the cafeteria up the stairs. He advised that
he began to crawl away towards the kitchen area and his friends
followed. He and his friends went to the very back of the kitchen
and saw that there were some ten to fifteen people already there. He
stated that he then hearct a loud blast from the cafeteria area and
saw alot of smoke. He said that there was a laundry room adjacent to
the kitchen which he and many others went into and locked the door
from the inside. He guessed that there were about eighteen persons
in that room. He said four of those were cafeteria workers and two
or three were teachers, one of whom was, MR. KRITZER. He advised
that he could hear the sound of gunfire which to him sounded like
that made by a shotgun. He said he could also hear occasionally the
sound of chatter on a walkie-talkie and footsteps - people walking
around. He thought perhaps the police were outside but did not want
to open the door. He advised that he heard more shots while in the
closet and said those sounded as though they were coming from the
floor above them. He described them as "pop, pop, pop" then quiet,
then, "pop, pop, pop," followed by the "boom" which to him sounded
like that of a shotgun. He also described hearing noise which
sounded like shouting and wrestling on the floor.

He advised that at one point while in the room, a janitor


opened the door and got inside with them. He believed he and the
others were inside the room for close to two hours. He said at some
point, he could hear more "walkie talkie" like chatter and yelling
and thought that this was from SWAT officers. After some loud
pounding outside the door. Me. Kritzer opened the door and the
officers had all of them go through the teachers lounge area and out
a window which had been broken out.

Shawn advised that he had been wearing blue jeans, a white


Columbine band T-shirt, a black ball cap which had Iron Maiden in
red letters, and a apir of black "Doc Martens." He advised that
there had been a s~~ll spot of blood on the back of his shirt, from
an unknown origin, which has since been washed out, He said some of
the students who had been inside the room had removed their shirts
and thoae had been left in the room.

JC-tlO1- 004215
Shawn Roberts advised that he does know who Harris and lClebold
are but did not see them that day. He said he did not associate with
them.

Nothing further.

Date

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TEAevl FOUR Il'<TERVlEW GUIDELINE
MJ:-iIMALQl1ESI10NSTOBEASKED 1<"""," .5tI4,,,,/'

1, Did you everseetherwo large duffel ba..:.1:tS in me c~ereriq. ?


NO

2, Did you see anyone carrying Of in thepossession of those duffel bags. at a previous time1/\/
, '//9

3 Did you see Eric Harris or Dylan Kleboid either 00 Monday of Tuesday ? What were theydoing?
What did theysa)'? Were they with anyone else?

s. %0 were you with in thecafeteria? where were you sitting ~ 5c~

6, Did you see or talk to nny of the TrenchCoat Mafia memberson Mondzly? Tuesday? How about the
pnor week or weekend ;

7, rotlie you neiU'd anything from aaybod)'else about ather suspects. bMlt making. gun buying, etc. ?
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8. 'W'hat were you wew.g 'I Did you have j back pack '? Wbat did it look like and} or bave in it?
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9. Howdid you leave the cafeteria or the building '.' \1v"ba( weretheevenrs tbu.t madeyouleave "I

10 what time: did you enterthe c:lf~teria ? \\there did you come from (price to thewerenil) 1
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11 H..vt: them markwherethey Were sitting, their route Out of the buiIding and who they were wirn (if
~O~)? ~

12. CAn you provide My funb.er information on the membersof the TrenchCoat ~Wia ?
.,./.)

13 Ask me parents if the!Ods havercld them ;mything else: D\fferetH: /

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Defendant:
Date: May 13, 1999
Docleet _r.
Ca.e !lUlIIber: 174A-DNS7419
99-7625
CN 2956
Deputy D.A.: Inve.tigator: Lauck

Samantha Roman
6552 S. saulsbury Ct.,
Littleton, CO., S0127
303/933-6432

CBS student, Cafeteria witness.

on May 12, 1999, this investigator met with Samantha Roman at


her residence. Present during the interview were her parents! Robert
and Janita Roark.

Samantha advised that he had arrived in the cafeteria at


approximately 11:15 a.m. having come from the Family and Consumer
Studies Hall on the upper level near the school administration
offices. She was shown a sketch of the cafeteria and indicated that
she had been at table "DOD.' She said others at her table included:
Danielle Stanek, Sarah Anderson, Sara Ryan, and Tina Chavez. She
stated that she had been at the table for about five minutes when
she saw three students ~~ing and one was shouting, 'two guys have
guns out there." She heard someone say, "get down." Samantha said
that in just a few minutes, everyone in the cafeteria began running.
she said that she ran upstairs and down the hallway which is between
the math and social studies rooms, east to the door at the end of
the hall and then ran out to Leawood park.

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She stated that she knew neither Eric Harris nor Dylan Klebold,
but commented t.hat she would have recognized them if she had seen
them. She said she had no knowledge of any nunors about the
trenchcoat people. She did not know what. the ·phrase of the day·
was. She advised that in addition to her blue backpack left in the
cafeteria, her lacrosse clothes and school books were in her locker.
She said she left a lacrosse stick in one of the soienoe rooms.

Invest.igation continues.

Investigator Date

2 JC..Q01· 004225
** UPDATED APRIL 28, 1999 **
TEAl\iI FOUR L.'ITERVIEW GUIDELINE
ML.~lMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

I. Old 10U e.... see !lie two large clujfeJ ball> ill the =felOn. ? NO

2. Old yeu see :lilyono <::lrl')iJlg or lIt !lie po.....wa oll!l<lse duffel l>ag5, " • previous !illll! 1 p 1'> ""'0
3. Didyou seeErie Hmi.s Of Dylan Klebold .idl... 00 Monday o/Tuesday 1 WWll wmo !lIcycluing? AI:;)
WWll diddley say? Wc:o they with onyo"" else ?

4. Dtdyou luve iltI}1Jllng boblrtd ill ee e....ll!rta or :lll)'wlle,ul.. in !he_ ? 12<('0 ..... r-

S. Who were )'ouwim in mecof"";'" ? Wll= were yousiaing ? (Z, J'C~'-

6. Oid )''''"ee or t>Jk <0 ""y 01theT",,,,,il Coat Maii.a lUIlIbon OD Monday? Tuesda)'? How ohoul!lle AI D
prior ..... or _od ?

7. Have you il<:lr\l :llI)'t!Iillg fro... anybodyelse about ot!l<rS1lS"pl!dJ, bomh ~ gun buying, etc.? cV c

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9. Howdid yo. 1..... thec:lfelllria arme buildiJ>g? What were !lie e'ems tlw tIlode you ie:l"Ie ? rz. (0" r:
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11. Have tllIlm Illlltl< wllere tllIly were 'itlitlg, their route OU< of !lIe building ODd wbOlll dley 'Om with (if V
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12. How <lid :"'u ..'tit ttle building? "'1lm diI1 you go wh"" yougo< cut ",,11 wblU <lid yeuSIlO on the (1. 'f'< ., r
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"Thought of me<lay was" over tlIc Rollel News Ne""ori<.(R.'t'Nl 1

16. em youprovide an)' further inflJ<lnajjOD on the _ _ of dle TrtIlOII COat Math ?

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ROMAllYSHYN, NICHOLAS

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JCSO 99-76~5 I FBI 17~-DN-57'19 I CONTROL NUKBBll:3~02
INV.DAN PFANNZHS'1'IIL I WBS'1' MlTaO rIIUI:: 303-989-4307 1X'1'. 530

On May 10, 1999 at aboudlOO hours I contacted Nicholas Romanyshyn and his father,
George Rornanyshyn by telephone for the purposes of an interview. Nicholas stated that
be had spoken to a Detective reference the incident at Columbine several days ago while
he was at Eric Veik's house. Records in the RapidStart Information Data Base indicate
lhat Eric Veik has been assigned to lhe foUowing control numbers: 1450,2128 and 2514.
It is believed that control number 2514 is the interview with Eric Veik and Nicholas
Romanyshyn, conducted by Detective Voderohe.

Mr. Rornanyshyn was hesitant at first. but did allowsomefollow up questions to be


asked over the phone in regards to the April20.1999 incident at Columbine High School.

• Nick stated thai he typicallygoes to the cafeteria in the morning before school, to
"hang out wilh friends". He stated that on April 20'" he met with the following at
about 7:15 a.m.:

Mike Cassey
Andy Thomas
Nick Thomas
Tyler Chenowith

He stated that they were sirting by the vending machines over by me teacherslounge
(west cafeteria doors). Nick stated that lheyjust 'it and talk before me go to class at
about 7:25 a.rn.

• Nick stated that he typicallydoes see members of the Trench Coat Mafia (TCM) in
the cafeteria before class, but "doesn't remember if he saw mem that day or not". He
stared that there are typically "four or live of them in the cafeteria at that time of the
morning". He Staled thatlhey usually "sit by the westwindows",

• Nick Slatedthat he did not see anybody bringanything in to the cafeteria, such as
large duffel bags or backpacks. He stated that he did not see anything sitting on the
Roarat that time in the way of large duffel bags or backpacks.

• Nick stated that after his fourth hour class he went tot he cafeteria and sat about three
rabies to the east of tbe west windows. centrally located (pet the FBI Evidence
Diagram, tables "z' or "Efn. He stated tha.t he wassilting with lhe following
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students
...- at lunch:
.~ ~.
(~erry Lawson (mal~)
/lan Hales
" Seth Biggi
./Jeremy Orban (interview sourceoriginator)

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SUPPL.BHJi:m'At. UPORT / COLtl'HElIlIll: ll:1GlB BaCOL
JCSO 99-1625 / FBI 174A-DK-57419 / CONTROL KDHBER,3202
IHY.DAN PPANlIZKSTIEL / WEST METRO rIRE 303-989-4307 EXT. 530

• Nick stated that the first thing that drew his attention to the incident was "something
going on out on the hill (west side of cafeteria)", Nick slated that there were people
"running aroundand a person bleedingand limping", Nick stated that he could no!
see very well,andcould no! determine who the injuredperson was,

• Nick denies seeing any "shooters" or hearing "any gunfire or explosions" at that time.
Nick slated that he "along with the rest of the cafeteriagot down on the floor", Nick
Slated that he was under the table for about three rmnutes and "did not see any duffel
bags or backpacks"at that time,

• Nick slated that he then "got up an ran up the stairs" where he was directed by a
teacherto go into a "Biology class and then the greenhouse"where they stayed until
they were rescuedby SWAT members later in the incident, Nick denies hearingany
gunfire while runningup the stairs stanng that "it was pretty noisy, with all the
students"screaming and running. Again, Nickdenies seeing any "shooters",

• Nick stated that he is "aware of the Trench Coat Mafia" and knows Eric Harris and
Dylan Klebold. He stated thaI Eric is I was in his Video Productionclass with Mr.
Talocco, He Staled that he "knew him from class only and never really hung out or
anything like that". He stated that knew Dylan from Theater productions, but again,
di9 not "hang out with Dylan". He staredthat he "knew they were the TeM",

• Nick stated that he does ~ a computerand his E,maJ! address is


Seikev nick@worldge"Jlt!,oel. He stated that he does no! frequent chatrooms and does
not know what an ICQ is, He stated that he typically E-mails friends and relatives
only and has never had computerexchangewith Harris, Kleboldor any other TCM
members at school.

• Nick stated that he does not know anybodywith a double pierced eyebrow. He
denies hearing anything in or around school that wouldhave led him 10 believe that
this was going to happen.

• Nick did state however, that he did have a brief,but interesting conversation with
Harris on April 19"', 1999during 2"" hour Video Production. Nick stared mat he was
in the hall (main hall by the corner of the Library) "doing some video filming" with
Ryan Seichertand Mike Van Dinea (sic). Nick stated that "Eric came in the hall and
sat down and wantedto know if he was in the wayT. Nick stated that he told Eric
"no" and asked Eric "what are you doing?", Nick slated that Eric replied with "just
working on some plans for tomorrow". Nick stated that he did not carry the
conversation any further than that and "never gave it another thought". Nick stared
that this conversation was "typical conversation between the two of them".

(then spoke with Nick's father, George, and gave him my phone number should he have

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Repor-:ed. ueee 04,/20/1999 Time 12:39132


'type !\SS'!'OA Status RTF
Locaeion 6201 S PIZRCS ST

99-762S/JEF~RSON COUNTY SHEErlY'S aEPARTM~

As members of the columbi~. ai9n SchoQl Taak Foree, C,B,!,


Agene Jerry Means and to Oetec~ive Jim vonderohe, Arvada Police
Depar~menel were assigned Conerol number lead sheee ON~4S0
resardi~9 a party identified as !ric V~ik, a student at Columbine
High School, who ~oQk video. of the :wo primar/ suspects in this
ease. ~his lead cont~l sheee i~dieatec ehat erie veik tOOk videos
of Erle Harris and Dylan Klebold for a school class project with
ehe original victeos being in evidence. The lead sheet further
in~i~at~d ~ha~ Zac~ Heckler ~old ~r:c Veik ~hat Zric Har~i3' mother
saw a l.arge pipe :Oomb :lick.."1amad "A,t:anta" that: waa lac/tr deccneeed
near ~c:ield Reservoir. !he l ••e sh.et :ureher indicated ~hae
~~C Ve~~ ~as ~olcl by ~ick ~ow~nyshyn ~hat he saw Er~c Ha=~ig on
04/19/99 with a ~otebook. Eric ~ar=~s a~arenc:y made a comment:.
:.hat. he "",a.s 1fEinal.iz:"ng plans :ear ':.emor~~..... The lead cont.:=ol
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sheet ~~rt:.he~ indicate~ :hae ehe aocve mentioned informacion had


b~.n given eo Sergeant Chris Tomfor~ ¢f :he ;ef~~r50n Councy
She=~=~ls Oepar~m~n~ on 04/23/99.

A second lead sheet ~icb cont=~l ~Z128 t~ac originally had


been a$signed to Sergeant Jon Watson and Oececcive Je!: K=eutzer,
QOC~ of ~he Golden ?ol~c. Depa~~eh~, ind~cat~d ~hat e~~~ Veik had
ceen ideneifi.l!d. on a video as :naki.ng "gun iumu:atloon" duri::s the
!~l~i~S of t~is video ~his lea~ s~ee~ ~as also given to !C
Oe~ac~:ve ~~~ Vonderche and C.S· Agen= Je~j Means i~ conjur.c=ion
wi:~ ~hem ~nvest~sating cone=ol ;l450
On 05/05/99 :0 Oeteceive Ji.m Vcnderone re$ponded to t~ic
V~ik's ~es~dence which is located ae 6222 ~ F~~monc O~i'le,
l.i:::::eton, Colorado, Ph. (729} 9al-OS~~ i:'l. cr'dez eo conduce an
inC~~!iew wi:~ him.
Upon contac=i~~ ~ric Veik at his residence, IO
a:sc met a s~~denc fricne of his wno ~a6 identif~ed as ~ein9
Ni:~olas ~aul Romanyshyn, dQb~ 09/~O/S~.

In first speaking with Eric Vei~ regarding the Columb~ne HiSh


SchoQl shooti~9 massacre, he advisee :0 he had a~=eady been
in~ar/~ewed on two di~fer~nt occasions by law enfor=ement
auc~cr~ties At this time he preduc~d two business ca~ds wi:h one
ba:cng:~9 to Se~s*anc Chr~s !omfori, J~::.=$on County Sheri:f'$
Depa~~~nt, and che other belonging :0
rnvescigaeor Diane Qbbema,
also of the JeE:erson Councy Sherif:'! Oepa~~~ent He seated tha~
Sergeant 'rornford com:.act;ed. him on 04:/20/99 a...~d conducted an
in~e~/lew wit~ him during which cime he turned over to her a video
that he was involved in. Apparent:, this video alse in~ludea S4ic
Ha==is and DyLan K:eb¢ld in it !ric Veik advised tC this was the
only 'tideo that he had and that it was titled "Hit Men r'or Hire. >l

He further seated pa:~ of chis vid.o ha~ a segmenc that pereained


eo "an intimidation scene. He fur,:ner ,tated that this
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inc~midacion scene is en his computer at his residence bue he gave


the ent~=e video cape to S.rgean~ ~omford.

Jc.o01.004232
~rada ?ol~ca/C~~~ System PaS'e 2
Arvada POllC~ Depa~ment Q5/13/U~9
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Ref # 99-12067 Repo~o.d Oat. 04/20/1999 Time 12,.9,,2


Type ASSTOA Stat'." R.'IT
~ocae:cn 6201 S ~!ERCZ ST

OE~S9 aS/l2/l99? 051199/VONDEROHE/MO

Eric Veik advised IO that he also was extensively


fur~her
incer~iewed Oianne Cbbema ~n 04/22/99 regarding the
by I~vestigacor
nar=ative informacion that IO had on ~h. lead sheet pertaining to
control If.ONl4.S0.

Cue to the fao~ ie appeared Sric Veik had been extensively


ide@rJi~w.d on ~~O dit:erenc occas:cn$ oy law enfo~eem.nt Qffieer$
r.sa:d~n9 this investigation, !C dec~ded not to interview him again
resareing this matter,
to ae this time did cQnduc~ an ~~t~~Jiew ~ith ~ric Veik's
t=iend, Nicholas ~aul Romanyshyn, dcb~ 09/:0/S1, who resides aC
7640 So. ~amar C:,. ~~:~:ee~n, Cclorado 30123, wi~h ee:ephone
numb_= (303l 97~~97S4, Nicholas Romanyshyn scaced he is a junior
ae co~~mbine H~9h Sc~oql as is Er~c ie~k"
Upon ask~ns ~iahc:as aomanysh~ i~ he ~~ew either Eric aaxris
or jylan Klebold, he repl~ed he ~ew !r~c aarrts fairly well. Re
$cated he ha$ known ~im just e~i$ semescer and had a video class
wi~~ him during Znd hour. He sta~ed ~e did noe talk ~o Er~c Harris
a. ·,.,ho:ie Lot; and that t:tf!Y just "chi.:: caac ced , " Upon further
quesciQninS Nicholas Romanyshyn statad ~hey did not talk about
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sues, bombs or blowing up Columbi~e ~~gh School or killing anyon$.


He informed IO the last t~me he saw ~r~c Har:is was on Monday,
04/:9/99, in chei= 2nd hour video class.

Regard~ng seeing Rric Harr~s :~e :as~ ~ime on 04/19/99,


Nic~olas Romanyshyn $tae~d h. \Rcm~ysc~~~l ~as in ~ha hallway
oU~3ide che Tech ~ab a:ong wit~ several oeher kids ~ho were film~ng
a 7ideo ~n ~he hallway ~e scaced came a:ong and
~~a: ~ric rtar~i$
sa~ ~own on ~he flocr since he was
same c:ass, Nicholas
i~ c~e
RQmacyshyn stated ~hat Eric Har~~s a$~e~ i= he was in the way with
him &dv~s~ng him h. was nee. Nicholas Romanyshyn stated that ~ric
aa:~i$ ha~ tome whiee papers which he began wr~tin9 on. Nicholas
Romanysnyn then recalled chac ehe oehe= two i~dividuals that were
assisting him in filming ~he video we=~ Mike Vendegnia who is a
se~icr and R¥an Selcher~ who is a~$O a senior.

N~chQlas Romanyshyn $cat.~ he =eL~eves ~van Selcher~ asked


Er~~ Ha==is wbat he was ~orki~g on Nith ~=i~ Ha~is replying,
"?lar:.s for tOl'nOX'row." Nicholas Rcmany$hyn ec ac ed che e. Eric Harris
made che 5eacemen~ in a no~l voice. Nicholas Romanyshyn then
seated that he jo~ed to Mike Vendegnia re~ardins that $~atemene ~y
st:a:irlJ3, "Yeah W$' 11 come eo scace; tom.<;u:::ow a.nd the school won't
.be: nese." He seaced '::~al: Mike and ~e chen laughed at that ccemene
as t~ey were walking away from Eric Harris Nicholas Romanyshyn
stated when he made this joking CQmment he does not know if E~ic
Ka:ris heaX'd them talk~ng or what hi$ ~espon$e was if he did hear
thae statem.tent,
Opon asking Ni=holas Rcmanyshyn it he knew Oylan Klebold very
we::, he seated he ~id not and ~ha~ he only knew nim from the rall

JC-001- 004133
Arvada Police!Cou=~ System ?ase J
Arvada PoL:ce Oe9a=~ment OS/lJ/B99
NARRATIVE

Repor~ed Date 04/20/1399 Time 12:39:12


ASSTOA
Type Status RTF
Location 6:01 S P!ZRC~ ST
05/12/1999 OS1199/VONDEROHE/MO

play. ae' stated they botb were invo17ed in ~he Fall play with
Dylan Klebold being the "scu.nci guy" and h1.l'll being tne "curtain
guy. "
~hen a$ked where he was at t~e :~me the shooting massacre
began at Columbine High School on 04/~O/9', nicholas Rornanyshyn
replied he was eating in the cafece=:a at ~hich time he looked out
the window. He stat4d that upon looking OUt the windQw he ogserred
a male student on the grassy boll ~="'Iing ;:'0 walk. He furt.her
stated he observed thi$ male $t~ail:nt :~ be L~mpins ana ~~n he saw
blood smeared on the grass lef~ by :~e limping 3tuaenc, He seated
thac the next chi~S he knew h~ waa i~ a mass of kids who ran
upsta~rs trom the cafe~ar~a. He stat~d ~~at he ran inco a
chemist~1 eeac~er ident~fied as ~:!. M~::er ~ho was screaming at
the kids for them :0 gee into a reom. He scaeed he went into che
Slolo~I ~oom ~here Mrs. Williams, :~ Skology ~eacher, was presenc
along wic~ approx~mately 2$ af her c:ass st~de~t5 ne stated he
rema~ned in c~ig room until t~ey ~er~ =esc~ed by the SWAr team,
Nicholas Romanyshyn :ur~~er stated ~. ~.ver saw anyone with a gun
or any type of weapon during this ~t~ra inCldent.

Prior to concluding the i~:e~l:~w ~i:h ei:~er Ezic Veik or


Nichclaa Romanyshyn, !O ask.~ gr~c ,e~k agai~ if he had any
in~ormat~on he CQuld provide t~ ~O :~at hasn': been offered to :he
authorities He replied he had ~~:d eve~~hing to Sergeant
~amford and Investigator Obbema ~he~ ~e ~as interviewed by them"

Witb nothing fur~her regar~~~g :~~$ i~veGtigation, Ie departed


!ric Veik's re~idence at approx~mate:j 1:28 ~ours.

JC-001· 004234
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICf ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
SUPPLEML'Vr REPORT
DATE 05114199 CASE REPORT # 99A062

CONECTING CIt t lCSO 99-1625 tNVESTIGATOR: G.B. ML'MMA

CONTROL # 3330

SURmCf;

N'lChola.s P Romanysbyn DOB 091081


1840 S, I..alnar a. I.ittlelon. Ca. 80128 303-912-9754
Columbill.Higll Scbool

MatlJcr. Susaa Ro.....ysbyn 303·982.Q022


FallIcr;George Romany.llyn 303·911·\228

QBSERVATlQNJINYESllGATIONi

On051499 I ,... dispa",h«l to tile Clwfield HiJlb Seaocl, Calumbillo High Scboal portionof tile day. to
iJ:I""",ew ju-U.. involved iJ:I.report of l!lIe:lllt. On :u:rivai I COlllllC'rlO<l Sgt. 11'. .. ana ln~Of
SohosbJ<e wOO were illrerviewing """tiler juveaileaaa nad l.....ell tim :<icOOIas Romanysllyn my aave
aI>o over _ . convetllatloo ""<il ErIc VOlk. where be was 'llldng abour brtngillg bomb making llllI<Orials
into the school.

loon,.,,,.,<1 ,~_ Principal Koren SlU1lenia. wholoc:uecl ~icbolas. _ tile. made. coll '0 his tIlOtIler
and .4dvi$ed her of my U1fel1l: to inter'View him ~ reprds ro this information. Sum Romaaysbyn mid
Studenka that: shewould like re be present for me U1W"Vl:ew. If wecould wait which we agreed. to do.

Wlth :vlr.!. Ronwlysbyn pment I adVU«l ~Iehol as tim he was not In trouble, but tlla,! did nec<I to spetlk
to !:tim abouta cODversation he may have over b.rt;;m1. 'Sichoias stated that be 'HOUJ.d tr'Y to neJp if be could
I asked :-licbolas if lle "'IMlIIb«ed having a ccnversancu ""til En< Veil< wile", bo was taIklng .b<ll1t
bri.t1ging a bomb made ofgas aDd pipe. :"lkbojas ~ tbat be was. in a, b.aU oear the cOD:UnOOS ~ when
Ertc .:and Vincestarted talking ~out howeasy it iJfOuld be to get a device into. the school. because: seetiriry
was not thattigllL but :-lieboludido" rcmomher any t3lkof gasctlne or pipe, I _ ~icOOlu ifile had
talked to Er\c .mer we had t3lkl!d to bim. :Illd be'llll<!d tim he bad. but it "'.. gcnerol conversation. 1 _
;-.lici:lclas wbat <be t3lk was about if it ",asn't ::asoline and pipe, Nienolas '''''ell tim yCSlCl:day (051299)
En< and Vince had been taIkil:lg abcur bow...y it would be III ge, somethillg in tile blUlding in vicce's
black Video camor:> bag, but llQ oae badput "'ytbmg tn <be bagthatbe _ of. 1_ Niobolos ho'"
many times t!ley had tllk<:d >bout it all<! he 'llll<!d ttlll'/bc CDC Of two times, l ..ked Ni.holas whoelse
Illigllt !lave beenaround wbeD this cccversadon was going OtI, all<! no stated tllat tbetll was k:i<i tl3l:tled
Mike Vendhenia tbetll. andwbon he was tbetll, tIley bad tllk<:d about placing tilevideo c:15C by tile door ttl
Mr, Tala"",,', room t!len wbo. bo "'ea". lookat it t!ley wouIll yoll "BOOM", tIlen t!ley alll.ugIled. and
tim was all be could""",mho" 1"8"in _ :-licbolas if the'" w.. somctllillg he was l..villg OUt ana bo
sCl<ed tim Eric end).1ikc had tllk<:d abo., using a guillll: case ~ ..Antoolo Bwleru" had _ in tile
movie "~", and tile twO of thellll.uglleQ ilt lililt.

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/>10 t\lt1ller oction _ by tills !JnesIlptot.

DATE:

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Jessiea Claire Rosecrans, white female, ~ate of birth


January 31, 19S1, 55S~ Welt Hinsdale Place, ~ittleton, Colorado,
telephone number (303J 932-6607, was advised of the identity of
the interview:i.ng lIgent and the .I'urpou Qf the interview. Also
present during the interview was her mother, Cyenthia Margetts.
Rosecrans provided the follewing information,

Rosecrans ~~t to school at approximatelY 8:20 a.m. and


attended claas from 8:20 a.m. until 9:20 a.m. Rosecrans was in
analytical reading trom 9:25 a.m. until 10:15 a.m. A Chinese
student is also in this class who went home sick, however, she
appaared wall to Rosecrans cl1J,r1ng class. ilosscrana went to her
foods elass from 10:20 a.m. until 11:10 a.m.
At approximately 11:10 a.m., Rosecrans went to her car,
which is pal:ked in space numl;er 140.Rosecrans left tha school
in her car and headed toward clement Park to get lunch when she
realized that she did not have any money. Roaecrans returned
back to ths sehool at approximately 11:20 a.m. When Rosecrans

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departed t:he parking lot and returned to the parking lot she did
not observe Harris' nor his triena' vehiole s .
ll.oeeorans went into tile sohool cafeteria anci sat do_
at Table C with Dusty Hotfsohneider, Garrett ~ooney, Steven
'l'Njillo, and others. ll.osecrana had b••n at the table for
approximat.ely one to twe minute. when .he heard a huge bOOQl.
!Ioaeorans thought that the aoienee teacher tlIWIt bave blown
something up. Then Roaeorane heard popping sounds upstair. in
the school. Rosecrans thought that 80meone had come down into
the commons area and was shooting. Rosecrans did not see anyone,
but heard loud shots. ROll"'erans ran out of the lower level south
doors and to Che souCh end of ehe parking lot. !Iosecrans
proceeded west a.long the fem:e a.nd then she got into her car.
App~oximately eight othe~ students, juniors and 'Oph01ll0~.S, got
into !Iosecrans ca~. Roaecrans drove to Clament Parle Other cas
students we~e running toward Clemsnt park. Rosecrans .believes
that she saw Harris' BMW in the senior lot, but not in his space.
!Iosecrsns was mlllt .by the police at the park. Rosecrans dri ves a
1'94 teal green Honda Civic.

!oSecrans identified a Robert Last Name unknown as an


associate of Harris' and Kle.bol~s who was into death.
Sarah Anderson said that she saw someone running down
the sohool stairs and shooting.
Trevor Stark had a confrontaCion with Harris in the
school hall On the day prior to the lhooting.. Harris stated to
him "Have a niCe day tomorrow."

Rosecr;a:ns was not !'lefor l.l.achel scott when she was shot
and does not: kl:lcw any specifics of her shooting.

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ROSETTA, AMllROSIA

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Denver Police Department
STATEMENT

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t have ,ead the foregoing STatement and tne facts ccflrained therein ere true to the best of my knowledge and belief, J
do nor maintain that it contains all of the facts or details at the /ncJdent, but only those facts about which I have been
"K.d.

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WITNESS:

AMBROSIA ROSETTA, D08110·24·&3


5310 W. Geddes Ave.
Littleton. CO 8012&
(303) 932-1779

INVESTIGATION:

On 08-03·99, I contacted Columbine High Schoolstudent Ambrosia Rosettaby phone I asked Rosettaabout tile events which
occurred on 04-20·99 at Columbine High School. This report is connected to DN#3025.

ttosena stated on 04-20·99. she attended her classes in the morning. The fourth period class was Keyboarding with Mr.
Sanders, That class got out at 1110hours. Rosetta then went to the cafeteria, Shesat at. table that she describedas two rows
fromthe stairs and t'NQ rows in fromthe windows. Rosettahadnot beenin the cafeteriaprior to leavingher fourth periodclass
She statedthat whileshe was Inthe cafeteria,shedidn't seeanyoneholdinganything thatappeared to be heavy Rosetta stated
'he did not see any suspect while in the cafeteria, Sitting at her table with her were Nat Bruce. Jessica Carzcla. Brandy
Clingbileand Matt Hill.

Rosetta stated she firstknewsomethingwaswrong when fellow studentBenSchumanncame to theirtableandsaid, "You guys.
someonegot shot. You've got to getout of'bere.' Aboutthis same time,Rosetta heardsomeoneyelling for the studentsto get
under the tables. She got under the table she wassitting at. She statedher first instinct was to pray and she prayed with those
who were underneathher table with her.

I askedif she had lookedout the Windows at all during this time, She statedshe did not. Rosettastated she neversaw shooters,
nor did she see any weapons. Rosetta stated she saw people running toward the stairs. She stated the students began going

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upstairs. Shealso ran to the stairsand went upstairs. At thetop of the stairs, she entered into the nearestclassroomshe could
find, This was Mrs. Williams' Science room. She stated Mrs. Williams and her students went into the room know as the
"Green Room." Shejoined them and remainedthere untilthe SWAT team rescuedher. RosettaSlated that whilein the room,
she could hear the fire alarm sounding and site could hear a lot of shooting.

Rosettastated the only dear thing she recalls hearing was somebody out in the hallway yelling either "You're all going die-
or "1 want to die," She exited the school by going down the stairway through the cafeteria. out the west cafeteriadoors.then
up the outside stairways where she was met by other law enforcement at the top of the stairs.

Rosettastaredtbar there was a girl in the Green Room whose nameshe did not know. who was very hysterical. The girl was
saying that there were eight suspects In trench coats in the school. She Slatedthat the SWAT officers spoke to this girl when
the class was rescued.

DISPOSITION: Open.

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CONTROL NtJMBER - # 3047

CBr CASE NUMBER - 991-0185

FBI CASE :-lUMBER - 4-DN-57419

JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEP ARTMEl>'T CASE NUMBER - 99·7625

REPORTING AGEl\7 ..
LlNDAR HOLLOWAY
CBl
690 KIPLING
DENVER, COLORADO S021S
(303) 239..1218

WITNESS:

CHRISTINA ROWER
DOB I2I04<'S2
ADDRESS: 0044WEST ROXBURY PLACE
LrrrLETON,COLORADO
(303) 904-3342

MOTHER: GAI1. ROWER (303) 982-4625


FATHER: STEVE ROWER (303)971·"'8

ACTION TAKEN:

00 May 7, 1999tbe Reponing Agent, linda R. HOLLOWAY, illtetYiewed Christina ROWER at 1m'
testdeece. Present at the interviewwas another ColumbineStUdent. Ann Marie: PATRICCA She was with
Christina ROWER in the cafeteria at the time the incident began. She badnot been contacted for an
imervew, so I interviewed her after l eompteted the interview with ROWER.

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CbtlstinaROWER rode herbicycle scaeet of Aptil2G, 1999, arriving at 1:IS a.m. Shewell! he, '0
locker and then to her computerclass located near the cafeteria. She went to A Lunch after her moming
class andwbea shown. mapof tbe cafeteriaidentified ",hie KKwhere shewas seated. (Herbackpack was
located ill !>bl< LL). Seared ar the 'able KK with her were thefollOWIng student: ANN MARJE
PATRlCCA. SARAHCAIN, SARAH HOLTON, CAROLYN LENNING A.'ll) LAURA
VANDERHAMM (spl.

Her firs' knowledge of <he i""ident wasshe heard someone y.U"get down" Sbe was seared very neilt '0
thestairwell. She recalledseeing Mr. SANDERS and ejacuor runaiagaround. She w.. under the !>bl.
for aboutone minutewhensheran up the stairs andout the schccl to the east, crossing Pierce, Sbe never
saw any of the gunmen, She. recalled seeing fire andsmoke assheran tremthe cafeteria atld up the sram.

Sh.lefi behind ber green Eo.<! Pack backpack in 'he cafeteriawhich contained her glasses, an inhaler, lip
glO5.1. papers. notebooks and pens. her wallet with her drivers licenseand other identification. Located in
ber lac,,", .... adler books end her bike helmet.

She was wearing a whitetee shirt, a gray flannel vest,jeans and blue tennis saces.

Sheusesthe Internetsomebut ooly to get "instantmessages". She doesnot use chat: lines.

Shedoes not remember hearing the announcements thatday, nordoes sheremember the"t.bougbt for the
day" Sac does not know anyone who has a double pierced eyebrow.

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Ib" s the loader andtblIt h. "",y beinvolved.
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at: SC',hoa\ /h"d he c> \se !!'"Cr 0. f..o=:t!t!h ,I,co::1: cw1 ch G\ lo"dJ::,¢i'l.C,.I
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J hJJVff reed the ft:Negoing $ tataiJ&1t and the ftu:ts contained thefrtin are true to the best of my knowfedge tMd beliet I
do /lilt _ thiH it CDTItains aI af the fects 0/' det.Os of IhI> incident, but only tnos« facts abouf which I have been
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SL?PL,,~IE"T JCSO fELSOCI 99-7625-8
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04-26-99
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WIT:"ESsES,
Kenny Daniel Rupp.dob- 10-19-83 Studeot at Columbine High School
"'67; South IngallsStreet
Lmleton, CO 801:!8
iJOJ)979-J99~

INVESTIGATION:
At 0900hours. DI:1 04..1!~99, 1contacted KennyDaniel Rupp at South Pierce Streetand Weaver Avenue, in reference to J First
Degree vlurcer which occurred on 04-;0-99 at Columbine High School, located at 6~Ol South Pierce Street in Littleton.
Colorado. at approximately 1[30 hours,

Rupp stated sometime be-tween 1100 and 1130hours on OJ..20~99, he was in the cafeteria of \ne school. which rs located on
.ne lower southwest comer of the building, Hit told: me he was sitting next to the windows at the northwest corner of the
cafeteria near the Coke machines. Rupp stated he was: facing outwards. toward the parking lot at his table He told me lunch
had just Started. and tt was the first lunch period ofthe cia:- Rupp stated the lunch room was fulL and believed (here might have

been 900 students inside the cafeteria.

Rupp stated there were people also eating just outside the cafeteria. when he saw a cloud of smoke in the parking lor. which
is located southwestof his location He stated he saw a \\hlle male run up the exterior stairs, which is locatedjust west of his
location He raid me this person waswearing a blackshirt and black boors, He informed me that he had neverseen this person
before

Rupp informed me he saw a secondwhite male walk past thecafeteria window, just rive feet from the building He statedthis
person was walkingnorth toward the exterior stairs that the: other person ran up. He described this person as wearing a long
blacktrench coat, black boors. and had dirty blond hair. Healso stated this personwas wearinga Boston Red Socks baseball
cap, and was wearing it backwards, He stated this person wascarryinga shotgun in his left hand. and a handgun in his right.
-ossibly a 38, He stated he had pipes inside his pants, and walked towardthe steps.
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Rupp stated there was a male trying to run up the exterior stairs and the male with the long trench coat shut him with the

handgun

Rupp stated everybody in the cafeteria started running tor the staircase. whlc,h is located inside the cafeteria. and while he \\ as

running in the hallway, he heard several shots being fired. in front of him. he stated people were "scrambling" He also staled

that at leastt\JIo or three people to the right of him must bav e been s,hot becausethey fell down, and then he heard :1 bulle; go

by the right side of his head, He thenstated he kept running toward the Technological area of the building. and turned to go
Out the main entrance He stated he heard moregunshots that sounded like"cth of July firecrackers" He also heard one bIg
explosion, Rupp told he then ran out the north dOOt5 toward Clement Park where he found a ride to scmeone's house

I asked Rupp if ne heard anybody say anythingduring the incident thai he witnessed. and he staled. "no" l asked him how
.-mg this wenton from the time he saw the person in the trench coatand by the timehe ron our. He statedItwas approximately
.0 to 15minutes

i had a Jefferson County Victim Advocate speak with Rupp prior- to leaving

DISPOSITION: Forward to lnvestigaticns.

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JCSO 99-1625 I FBI 174A.DN·5?419 I CONTROL NUMBER: 23116
IDv..alllltor Dan PfaIlJleftStie! I WOOl Motrt> Fire 1303·9ll9-43O'I Extension530

On April 30, 1999at aOOut il15 hours 1 cceraced Kenny RUJlIl by telepbone and againin peraon oe May
3, 1999 to li.ltc.ber expaad on hi' statement that be gaveDetecnve MJke Felscciof the ICSO(see coorrol
nwnber DN 1537)

Kenny RUJlIl provided tilefotl"';"g additinnal illiormation .OOm the Columbine High Scbool incideD~
wbicll occurred 00 April 20, 1999:

Kennydescribedwhere he wassitting and based on bis information it wouldappear that he was sitting
at table "BB", "ce' or "'1"" per the FBI Evidence Diagram. He stated tbat be was simng with two
Studenrs by tile nameof Tyrone Garrett (sic) md Bo Barrabaum (sic), He Slated that be did not notice
mythiog unusual wben he enteredthecafeteriathatday He also stlited that Iledid not nOlice any large
backpacks or duffel type bags wllile in the cafeteria Orwl1ile elItering thecafeteria.

Kenny staredthat be does owna baclq>ack. but that he left hi' in his 10<1<et, He stated that it is black in
color.

Kenny stated tbat be stood in line forsome foodand thensat downat his table, He stated that he was
facing: the windows and"sawa puff of smokefrom the parking lot", so be "got up to see whatwas up".
Hestated lhathe is unsure if the "puffofsmoke came from a caror from an lW3 between thecars"

Kenny stated that he saw "two gurunan dressed in black", He describedthemas gunmanbased on
what tie saw"them do" He stated that the first one was "in black" and that is ail he could [ell. He
statedtltat "this one rat! up tbe stain (to the north)" and thac he only "briefly saw his back" (This
WQuJd have been the scairs on the wesrsideof the cafeteria thatwentup the hill to the north) Kenny
could not provide any furtber details aboutthis individual.

Kennystated 'bat the second gunman waswalking from the porking lot (west of the cafeteriaand from
the gecerel locancn of the "puff of smoke") towands the catereria, Kenny gave the following
description of this second gunman:

Wlli<e/lllllle I tallI "at leastsix feet, three inches tall" f thinbuild


Wearinga longblacktrenchcoer,below the knee. with "something OD the baCk of the COat" (-0011-
descrtpt)
Dirty blonde hait aOOut 'houlder length, no pony tall
A blackbaseballbat that was turned aroundand bOO a red "B" 00 it like the "Bost<>n Red So,"
The gunman's trench coatwas open. but be couldnot tell what kind of shirt he had 00
Could ncr describe: the gunman'spants but knows theywere "tucked in ic his boots"
Boots were black and"ebove the ankle"I nothing further
He could not tell if he was wearing any type of gloves or not
Was carrying two weapons; a shot gun in his left hand and a black.semi-automatic in his right
band

KelIDY could DQt prnvide anyfunber tlelails .beut the gunman ar tllis time,

Kell1lY scared that the gunman coming from the patltiog lot "silot two 0' _ peopleand thenwalked
up thehill" (northup the hill on me weee side of the cafeteria) Kenny stated that this gunman fired
"two timesbeforehe got to the chain link fence and thenonceafter the be weer wough tbe chain link
fence" He statedthattile"guybefore(the feoce) felldown", but be couldnotdescribe\lillat tllis
victim lookedlike, He stated that he was not: sun:: "what gun he usedto shoot whom" K.enny then
addedthat the gunman "shot another OD the hill", but again, couldnotdescribethe vie-rim.

Kennystated that thisgunman wentup the hill and he never saw him return. but that he also got down
and neverlookedagain Kenny stated that they goton the floor and thenmoments later "gO{ up and
ran U Ps ] e(b~ Rebel Corner}, down the Sciencehalland outthe doors"
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JCSO 99-1625 I FBI 114A·DN·5141? I CONTROL NI.JMllER: 2386
Investigator Do Pfannenstiel I WestMetro Fire 1303-?89-4307 ExtmsionS30

Kenny denies seeingany big backpacksor duffel type bags wlilleoa the fiooror in tilecafeteria. He
staredtIlethe did not see any gu= In the ballseither.

Kennystaredthat be is awareof the TrenchCoat Mafiaand "sees them aroundschool",but doesn't


knowany of eem personally or by nalllll. He 'wed tIlet he did "kinda see the face of the shoo!~"
comingfrom the parkinglot and "tIlitlks that he can identiiyhim" He statedthai he "tIlitlks he !las
seen him in school befot'e" Kenny staredthat the shooter"could be Dylan",but wasnot sure.

Kenny 'taled ,bat be !las "seen him (tlle shooren beforein 'chool, JUst 'tllIldiogaround in tllehlIll", bat
neverknew "b.ts name"

Kenny staredtIlethe bas "seen the personwearing the boots.coat and baseball cap" before ill school
and tllerefore. believesthat he "could identify him In • line-up"

Kenny stated tIlet he "has seen someTV accounts of the shooters", but did not "1!lJnk that theTV
photographs lookedlike theta" and thai be "reallycouldn't 'ell from TV if it WllS him (the sbooter)" or
not

Kenny stated that he does not 01NO a computerand does not utilize a computer at school.

Kenny'Wed that he did "''' see any of me Treocb eo., Mafiamember, lbeday of the incident.
Kenny stated tbat he aces notknow anybody with a doublepiercedeyebrow at school.

I tben asked Kenny if he was wiU!ng to view several pIl"'" arrays,to which be replied"yes" I read
the pboto lineupquesdonnaire10Koony as be read alongwilbme and then 'bowedhim rilree sop__
pIlo'o arrays. Kenny did no! recognize anybodyin two outof the three pIl"'" lineups (oo_g
Hams and Stair). Kenny did identify photo number three (3) on tlle third linoup as tbe person who
"was sbcoting" our side the westcafeteria windows. Kenny initialed the photograph in pO$ition';; 3
and indJcau:d m writingmar It wasa "possible" idelltification. Pleasenote thai DylllllKlebold wasin
position # 3 of this pbetc lineup

I gave Larry Rupp my business card shouldthey eeed to havea contact regarding this incident
Included withthis report is the diagram that Kenny drew his location, enrrecceinto and exit Gut of the
cafeteria.

The photo line-cpswere bookedintoevidence on May 3, 1999at 1220hOl!fS underitem Dumber


10082 {evidence custody slleer artacbed).

Also attached is theoriginal interview of Kenny Rupp conducted byDetective Pelseci of Jefferson
Cnuuty SIleriff" Office.

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RUSSELL, A.

JC..o01· 004257
FBI I74A.DN·S7419
JCSO 99.7625
Investigator: Glenn Moore - Golden PoliceDepartment I (303) 384-8080

RE: CONTROL # 2289


SOCRCE: Crystal Archuleta

LEAD: Interview Aleia Russell whom was saidto bave boo. with source in the Carereria at the time the
,boooogbegan

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW,
RUSSELL, Aleia Hope(DOB:081382)
8377 S. Upham Way, lot 11104
Littleton, CO 80123
(303) 904-8715

05-25-99 f 1l :OOam

Aleia RUSSELL confirmed the account that she had been in the cafeteria at the time
the shooting began. She said she had been sitting (>11 the ledge by the exterior windows
by the Student store with her sister Janell, and VeronicaNUNCIO and another studentshe
knew only as Alicia,

ALEiA first noticed students in the cafeteriajumping up and running outside, Shortly
after this Mr. Sandel'S came up and told them to "get downr- which they did, She then
overheardan unidentified student saying someone was shooting, At this same time
studentsbegan running in fromoutside, after which theyalso laid down in an apparent
attempt to hide from something outside. She watched as a unidentified malejanitor ran
up the exit doors by the studentstore, lookedout, and then ran back to the area of the
stairs in the cafeteria.

ALElA said she could not hear any explosions or shootingover the commotion, but
thought tnis must have been occurring by the west end of the cafeteria due to the hysteria
in that area. After what she estimated was about three to five minutes she ran Out the exit
by "Rebel Corner," the student'S store. She thenran alongside thejunior parking lot,
crossed Pierce Street, with about twenty other students. She added mat her sister Janell
Russell had ran anotherdirection,

ALElA said she did not know any of the persons said by the media coverage to have.
been involved, but had previously seen them around schocl.

ALElA added that she did not see anything out of the ordinaryin the cafeteria. nor
did she see enyone carryinganything other thantypical items such as backpacks. and
personal articles.

•• NO new leads were generated,

This informanon was subsequently found 10 have been duplicated in DNIt3046, assigned
to InvestigatorKarla Sarnackidue to a "backpack" lead. This report was forwarded to
Investigator Sarnacki as information.
JC-001· 004258

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RUSSELL, J.

JC.Q01· 004259
FBI174A·DN·S7419
lCSO 99·7625
Investigator; Glenn Moore· Golden Police Department I (303) 384·8080

RE: CONTROL #2302


SOURCE: Crystal Amluleta

LEf\D Inrervtew Jenetl Russell whom was said to have been with source i.ri the Cafeteria atthe ti.me the
shooting began.

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:
RUSSELL, Janell (008:081181)
8377 S. Upham Way, [ot#104
Littleton, CO 80123
(303) 904-8715

05·2.5·991 I!: lOam

Janell RUSSELL confirmed the accountthat she had been in the cafeteria at the time
the shootingbegan. She provideda similaraccount as her sister, Aleia had saying said
they had been sitting on the ledge by the exterior windows by the student store with
VeronicaNUNCIO and Alicia MAES.

JANELLsaid she had not noticedanything unusualin the cafeteria. nor anyone
carrying anything remarkable prior to the shooting began. She first became aware of the
shooting when an unidentified student ran in from outside saying that a girl had gotten
shot. Just prior to this JANELLhad heard what she thought were about two to three
fireworks explode outside fromthe directionof the soccer fields.

JANELLsaid several students ran outside,includingVeronica NUNCIO and Alicia


MAES, to see what was happening. Shortly after this the two returned saying they had
seen "guys with guns."

JA.1\fELL recalled Mr. Sandersand an unidentified janitor telling them to "get down:'
which they did. Shortlyafter this she watched a fewstudents attempting to see what was
going on outside, after which they began screaming, "here they come!" lANELL said
she and many others stood and ran out of the school. JANELL said she ran down the
hallway by the Foreign Languagearea thenout by thejunior parking lot. and crossed
PierceStreet and waited in LeawoodPark. She described that her sister, Aleia ran
anotherdirection than she had.

JANELLsaid she did not know any of the persons said by the media coverage tohave
been involved. but had previously seen them aroundschool.

NO new leads were generated.

This information was subsequently found to have been duplicated in DN#2749, assigned
to Investigator Paul Scott due to a "backpack"lead This report was forwarded to
Investigator Scott as information.
JC.o01.004260

Investigator ~< _ i 0(_1_


LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
. 'lCYIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/28/99
,.,ffENSE: AOA/COI.UMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK fORCE/JEffCO SHERifF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2749, FBI: 4A.DN57419, JCSO: CR #99.7625

SUBJECT: RUSSELL, Janell ElF Dob: SIIllSI


8377 South Upham Way, #104
Littleton, CO 80123
303-904-8715

Michelle Billingsley-Russell (Mother) Jackson Russell (father)


8377 S. Upham Way, #104 303-668-4548 (wk)
Littleton, CO 80123 303·767·981! (pager)
303·904-8715
303·83I·2511 (wk)

..>BSERVATIONfINVESTIGATION:
On 5127199, at 0930 hours, I spokewith Janell Russell on thephone. I hadpreviously talked withher mother.
Janell stated she was a Junior at the timeof the shooting. She arrived at the school at approximately 0720 to
0725 hours being takenby her parents. She entered through themain entrance. Shesaw nothing unusual
outside.

First hour she has Foodsclass, second hourSpanish, third hour Gym, fourth hourHistory in the library, and she
has "An lunch. She stated she wentdownthe stairs entering the cafeteria approximately 1111 to 1112 hours.
She stated the cafeteria was full andshe went and stood by the Rebel ComerStore. Shewas withAlicia Maes,
her sister Aleia, and VeronicaNuncio.

Janellstated thata student came in yellingthatsomeone had been shot outside. She said a large group of kids
ran outside, and at this time she thought it was a prank. Theneveryone tan back inside saying that therewere
xuys withgunsoutside. Mr. Sanders and thejanitor ran through the cafeteria telling people to get down. She

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JC-\lD1· 004261
LAKEWOOD POLlCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM, COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATI OF REPORT: OS/28/99
.:lFFEN5E: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2749, FBI: 4A·DNS7419, JCSO: Cit *99.7625

stated she ranthrough the Foreign Language hall and out the exit door on the southside. Shestated sheheard
gunshots as sheran across Pierceto Leawood Park, Shedid not see the shooters.

ThenJanel! told me that as she running toward the Foreign Language hall. she looked backoverhershoulder
andsaw a black trench coat. She statedshe could notdescribe thepersonwho was wearing it, onlycaught sight
of the coat. She stated the person wearing thiscoat W1lS still outside the cafeteria nearone of the south-facing
cafeteria doors.

Janel! stated she did notknow Harris or Klebold, buthad seenthem in the hallway before,

Jarrell did not leave anything in thecafeteria, butstated her sister, Aleia, lefther large bluepurse there,

Janell did not see what the thought for the daywas. She staled she did notice the week before she did not see
anyof the trench coat mafia around,

Detective's Signature!NumherlDate Sergeant" Signature/Number/Date

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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
:MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKEIb

L Did youeversee,the two large duffel bags in the cafellOria ? fie


2, Didyou see anyone Cill'\')'ing 0' in the po.....io. ot those duffelbags, at a previous time? flj)

3, Did you see Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold either on Monday o/Tuesday' 'Wb.v ...... !heydoing?
Whal did tIley <oy? W.... they witllanyone else? J: d\cLn~ S-L +h.UY\
~, Did yOU l~ve :l/I)IIlIllIg bellind in the Cll!etelill or anywbere else in the",bool? n",,&t'Ac~~ In
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S, Who were you witll in tlle cafellOria? \Vb"'" were y~ silting1 A -tL1J:J,J.. C.lea:- tc ~ '" 1te.l\iJ\
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prior _k or wookond? r\,()

7, Have you bellt1l anytlting from anybodyulse about other ......... bomb lIIllkiDlI.lIlIlt buyiDfl, eU:, ? fLO

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similar to a cbar ilJle) account? iU)

14. Do you kilo,"anybody wid! a "doublepim:c<leyebrow" 1 flO

IS, Did you... or be:lr anyUOIISW aDOOuoee.....'" pri.r to !he sll~_' Do you know wlu" lb.
"Thouglll of Ihe day ...." oV,",!he Rollol News :-lerwori< (R."lN) 1 100

16, Can you provide any fw'Lber inf<lt!lllltion GO !he ambers of !herrenell CoarMalia? fLO

17, Ask Ihe p...... iftlle lti& have toldlhelllllllytbing else 1 Ditli!rom?
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WITNESSES:

MULLIN, JEREMY
School; ColumbineSenior High School
6201 S. Pierce Street, Littleton, CO SOl23

RYAN, SHANNON MICHELLE. ooBI9·23·1982


5968 S. ZenobiaCourt. Littleton. CO 80123
Home' (303)73g·3121
School: Columbine Senior High School
6.201 S. Pierce Street. Littleton. CO 80123

iNVESTIGATION:

OnApli120. 1999, whileassistingwith interviews on the sceneof. multiplehomicideat Columbine HighSchool,I interviewed
a Columbine studentnamed ShannonRyan. Shetoldme thatshe andseveralof her friendswerein thecafeteriawhenshe heard
a commotion. She and her friends thought that a fight had SWledoutside of the lunchroom. so they wenl 10 the windows.
When they lookedoutside, they saw a male that had been shotand whowas lying 00 the groundoutside. AI about this same
time. a teacher yelled "get down,"

Ryan wid me that she and several others "crawled" into the kitchenarea of the school. They barricadedthe door to a store
room. and Ryantold me that she could hear gunshots outside ofthe roomwheretbey were lriding. At one point,Ryan toldme
that a student named JeremyMullin tried to i"1 into the room with them, but they would not open the door becausetheywere
afraid.

DlsPOsmON: Open.
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INYESTIGATION;

On 05-05-99. at about II 04 am.. I interviewed CHS student Shannon Ryan as follow up on DN2483, The interviewwas
conducted at Shannon's home, in the presence of her parents. Stan and Susan Ryan,

Shannon told me that on 04·20·99, at about 11;iO a.m.. she hadJust finished her fourth period Spanish class. which is located
On the school's lower level. After leaving class. Shannon walkeddirectly to me cafeteria with fellow student Brandi Wiseman
(IOthi. who is in her Spanish class. Upon entering the cafeteria.Shannon said that she and Brandi sat their backpacksdown
at table T or U. and that Brandi remained with her until the arrivalof student Tasha Olson. with whom Shannon usually sits
during lunch, Upon Tasha Olson's arrival. which Shannonsaid was within a minute or two. Brandl departed to sit with her
friendswhile Shannon and Tasha walked to the pop machines located in 'he southeast comer of the cafereria. Shannon said
that upon reaching said pop machines. they discovered that 'hey were no, working, Shannon said that she and Tasha then
walked north. next to the interiorstairway. and then west. pataUe! to the serving line, en route to the pop machines located tn
the cafeteria's northwest comer,

Shannon said that as she and Tasha walked westward. parallel to the serving line and near tables BBB / AAA. a "kid came in
and said there was a fight outside," Shannon said that this kid, whom she could not identifY. came from the northwest comer

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of thecafeteria. where there is a door that leads outside, Curious, Shannon saidthatshe and Tasha then walked past the serving
line to the (west) windows near tables VV and WW Upon reaching the windows, Shannon said that she and Tasna looked
outside and saw a male student lying on the ground, directly outside thedoor, WIth a reacher leaning Over him "wlth herhand
On his shoulder." Shannon saidthatthe teacher, a female whom shecouldnot identitY, appeared to be comforting thestudent
At thattime, Shannon said that teacher Dave Sanders wasstanding at !hedoorway, but still inside, next to the female teacher
Shannon said thatDaveSanders theaentered thecafeteria anil yelled foreveryone to get down, ShedId notsee where he went
from there. Shannon said that immediately after hearing Dave Sanders say this. she ducked down under table v'v or WW
(vdeflnitely not UU")and then heard "threeor four" gunshots. Shannon said thatthe gunshots appeared to her to have been
cornmg from "outside, in the parking lot" Shannon saidthat thegunshots sounded I ike pops, andcame in rapid succession

After about". minute and a half," andwithout attempting to lookoutside. Shannon saidthatshe then began to crawl trorn table
VVor WWtoward the teacher'slounge Shannon saidthatshe did notenterthe teacher's lounge, but continued to crawl into
thekitchen area. behind the serving line, Shannon saidthat when shereached the kitchen area, she stoodupand noticed a "little
storage room that people were going into," Shannon said that she then entered ttus storage room. which contained "about
seventeen otherpeople," including students Tasha Olson (lOth), Brandi Wiseman (lOth), Tanya Worlock (10th), Lindsay Wyant
(lOth), Richard Green (10th), Manhew Depew (10th) and two unidentified female kitchen workers. Shannon saidthatsomeone
thenshut the door. and that they"stoodaround because no one knew whatto do."

At that lime, Shannon said she heardwhat she thoughtwas "too loud10 be a gunshot:' surmising it was an explosion.ccmmg
from outside the storage room door, Shannon said that upon hearing this, she and the others inside the storage room
immediately got downonto thefloor. Shannon saidthatthey remained on thefloor fora few minutes, at which nrne"we found
a phone inthere." Shannon saidthatstudent Matthew Depew then used the phone andcalled "Detective Lietz" (laterIdenttfied
by Denver Detective Mark Woodward as Officer John Lietz. Mark saidthat Matthew Depew had first attempted to call 9) 1.
butcouldn'tget through. Mark saidthatMatthew then artempted tocallhis father, whoworks at Denver P D, butcouldn't get
through tohim, either}. Shannon saidthat Matthew Depew remained on the phone while she continued to hearexplosions and

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gunshots coming from outside the storage room. Shannon said thatDetective Lietz told them to barricade the door.which they
did by using two oxygen tanks, sack' of flour, assorted boxesand food items. Shannon'aid that it remained quiet for a wlnle.
but ,hat at one pomt,she and others heard keys rattling from outside the storage room door. and that the door handle moved
Sharmon alsosaid that at times. she and the others couldhearpeopletalkingoutside the storage roomdoor. Shannon said that
there was a lighton inside the storageroom, and that theycontinued W hearsporadic gunshots (shesaid theywere"pops" that
soundedlike"someonestepping on bubble wrap")coming from outside thestorageroom door. Shannon said that at times. she
heardwhat sounded "like peoplejumping up and down" upstairs. in or nearwhat she thought was the library

Shannon estimated thal she and the others remained insidethe storage room for "maybe two and a half hours." Shannon Said
that it gradually becamequieter. WIth the last gunshots being heard during their last hour inside the storage room Shannon
thinks it was around3:00 p.rn, whena SWAT ream found them and ushered themout of the schoolby way of a (weSt) broken
window inside the reacher's lounge. from there. Shannon said they were all taken to a comer of the huilding. near the
gymnasium. where they were searched and then placed into patrolcars.

Shannon said that upon entering the cafeteria,and while waiting for Tasha, she did not notice any dum. bag(s) or anything
unusualor out of the ordinary. Shannon said that everythmg seemed "routine" to her. Shannon said that she never saw any
shooterts) Or anyone wearing a trench coat. either outside or inside, Shannon said that when she first walked to the west
windows with TashaOlson,her attention was focused on the individuallyinll near the door. and that she did not look beyond
that or up the exteriorstairway

Shannon said that she left her backpack sitting on tableT or U.

Shannon said thatshe did not personally know Erie Harris or DylanKlebold, nor any of the names presented by the media as
known associates of them, The interviewwas concludedat about 11 :45 a.m,

The names of those students i teachers provided by Shannon were run through Rapid Start and Denver Detective Mark

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Seth Jan. Sadusky. dobi04-03-60


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Work: Dutch Creek Elementary Scheel
(303)9834550

VESTIGAVON:
On 04-:9·99, at 0900 hours, I responded to 6936 South Saulsbury Stl'eet for an interview with Cassandra Sadusky and her
mother, Beth Sadusky Cassandra Sadusky advised me of the following,

She said on Q4.Zo-'/9, at about 11 !7 hours. she cameinto the cafeteriaofColumbine High School on her lunch break'0 eat lunch,
Cassandra Saduskysaid 'he put her backpackon a chair at the !lIble she had selected '0 sit at to eat. She then walked up to the
serving line, get into line, and a friendof'hers by the name of'Jadara T.liafeITo was standing behindSadusky. Sadusky saidshe
had already gotten her food and was jim ready to leave the serving line when she hear<! the sound of numerous chairs being
pushed across the floor. and when she looked bo<:k she saw several other students gO! up out of their ehairs and run towardsher
and the serving line. She also said she hear<! one gunshoL Sarlusky said she and Taliaferrothen ran out ofthe cafeteria ioto the
bathroom area. where they hid underlb. sink. She O$n1lllUOd that they were hidingunder the sink for 30 to 4S minutes. andthen
they began walkingout afthe bathroom, but as theydid, four more students came running toWards them intothe sam. bathroom.
Saduskysaid the janitor,Jay Valentine or Valentino (she _ ' t sun). waswatl:hing the gunmen behindSadusky, and at thesame
time he was telling the Idds to runa certllin way, and motioningwith his finger forthem to run whilehe was watching to see what
the suspects actions were going to be. Sadusky said they began running. and they ran into the auditorium area, along with

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approximately:5 otherpeople. Onceinsidetheauditorium, theylocked thedoorand hid under theseats, SadU>ky said 'he heard
approximately 15 ShOlS being fired; however. shedoes not know if sheheard anyof the pipe bombs detonate, as she said she did
not know if sbe could tell the difference in sound between them and a gunshot, Sadusky said it was unknown how Ion" these
students were in the auditorium area; however. after being in there fOT some time. they ran Out of the! auditorium towards L.'e
Foreign Language Department, and out the souihoast doors of Columbine High School, ",,11m they lhen ran across the street into
Leawood Park, Sedusky said although she did not hearany gunshots while she wasover near Leawccd Park.she later heardthat
gunshots had been heard by ether students in Leawood Park and they .11 scattered whenlhey heardthese shots.

I asked Sadusky if she was injured in any way. and she said no; however. she had to forcehe:'Se1fto concentrate on not rv.tisting'
her ankle or trippingbecause of rheshoes 'he hadon. Sadusky said she was wearing whitetall tennis shoes that h.d large heels
and sole, on them. and 'he was afraid while she was rumting away that she was gOIng to trip andfall down. so that was where
her eoncentranon was. Sadusky saidthe t<:nnis shoos havethreesilverstripe,on them. Shesaid she was alsowearing khaki pants
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J asked Sadu.sky ifshe hadseen anybody carryingthe CWo largedafflebags intothecafeteria, or ifshesawanyof !heduffle bags
layingon the floorin the cafereea. I showed her the picture of a blueduffle bagand also a propane tank: however, she said she
doe' no!recognize those and doe' no' recall ,,,,,in,, them in the cafeteri. or being carried in. Sadusky said i' would have been
hard '0 see any of the dufflebags due to the fact that thrn was a large amount of srudents' backpacks in there that resemblea
dume hag.

1asked Sadusky if she knewEric Hams or DylanKlebold. and 'he saidno.she didnO! know them prior ttl this incident; however,
she was familiar somewhatwith the Trench Coat Mafia5tIldentS. Sadusky told meshe would estimate thereare five members
of the TrenchCoa,Mafia at Colwnbine Hi¥ School. and said'he didnoe associate with them. 50 shedoe' not know theit names.
Sadusky alsotoldme that theseTrench CoatMafia smdents are in!o!he G<ithic lifeStYle. Shesaid thOJi putmake-upon their face,
put lipstick on their lips. and usuallywear all black clothing. She saidlhOJi are usually seen wearing long trench coats.

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the chair she had set it on when she went to get her food.

Lasked Sadusky ifshe knew anybody who wasfamiliar ""tIl making bombs or carried any type offirearms, and she said no. She
also said she has not seen any firearms or homo. with any orlbe 'tudentS at Columbine High School.

I asked Sadusky if she had the Internet. and 'he said yes. she did. r asked her what her screen name was. and she told me
"NIKESTUD2:' I asked her if she knewwhat the "thought of the day" was over the Rebel NewsNetwork,and she told me she
did not seethis personally: however, her soccer team mates 1.:01d her that it said. "Wished you weren't here today."

I asked Saduskyif she was dealing with this incident sufficiently. She advised she is having problems with it. and she is going
to go back to school on Monday, 05·03·99. and at that time 'he will talk about the incidentwith her friendswho were involved
-.she is still havi.n g problems, she will either set up counseling through her family's medical insurance or contact me, and I will
arrange for a meeting beew..n her. herparents, and JCSO Victim Advocate.

DISPOSITION: Case remains open, pending further invesnganon.

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[SlAH SALAZAR, OOBI10-26-83


8839 West Crestline Drive
Littleton, Colorado 80123
(303) 973-5870
Student: Columbine High School

LOLA SALAZAR, 008105·08-63


Sameas above
ceu phone: (3031 870· [5oW
Employed: Out of residence

ROBERT SALAZAR. DOBi] [·20-62


Same as above
Bus: Solomn Health Services
999 18th Street
Denver, Colorado 80217
(303) 297-9500

INVESTIGATION:

On 06·07·99, at .boutllOO hours, r responded to 8839 WestCrestline Drive to interview Isiah Salazar. who is a student a
Columbine HighSchool. This interview was in reference 10 the shooting tlJat occurred on 4-20-99 at Columbine High School.

I interviewed Isiah Salazarin the presence of his mother, LolaSalazar. Isiahadvisedmenfthe following: He said on 4-20-99,
at about 1110 hours, he got out of his American Government classthat is taught by a teacher by the name of Mr. Sovine I'i>\h

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said he wentfrom this American Governmentclass. straightto the cafeteriawhere he selected a table to sit at. Isiah told me that
the table he had selected was across the hallway to the West from the "Rebel Comer" (siah said he was In the hallway where
this mole is located, and said while seared at the table selected, be was facing rewards the cafeteria or in a oonhi wesrerf
direction. Isiahtold me the following students Were with him at ihis table:DaveSchulte.Travis Jones. BJ Secord, Shannon Zete.
Kate Rebnovic. and Elaine Miller lsiaa said that when he got to tile cafeteria he placed il,S backpack (described as a black
Jeaspcrt) underneath the table thathe had selected. and lsiahsaid he then went to the RebelComer to get something to eat. lsiah

said after getting sQmething to eat he rerumed to thesame table he had selectedearlier. sat dO\l,-TI and ate !um:h \%hile talking to
hi, friends and listening to hi' CD player headset.

lsiah Salazar said while seated at this table, he saw \lark Offer suddenly run insideof tile cafeteria. Isiabsaid he did no, know
whichdoor or which partof the cafeteriathat Mark Offer iladentered originally, Isiah said that once Mark Offer ran inside ,il.
cafe-teria he began talking to a janitor. advising him of an unknown problem. blah said he believed that Vl'ark was probably
advising thejanitor that there wasa fight outsideof the cafeteria,however- Isiah was not sure of this. lsiah said'this janitor (name
unknown) began running through the cafeteria in a westerly direction towards the windows that overlook the exterior of the
cafeteria. Isiah said he saw another person by the name of~Ick Foss runoutside the cafeteria, Isiah said a teacher that was m
the cafeteriaadvisedall the st.1.1denrs inside to get downon the floor and undertheir tables. Isiahsaid he did get downon the floor

under his rabie and remained in that position for approximately one to two minutes Inah said that he saw severalpeople from
the cafeteria running in an easterly direction through the cafeteria and then ran ut' the stairs towards the second level of
Columbine High School I,iall 'aid he turned and ran outside of the "Rebel Corner" hallway, through the closest door. and
outsideof the school. Isiahsaid that while he had been in the cafeteria, he did not hear any gunshots. no explosions. nor did he
see any fires or smoke 011 the outSide onile insideof the cafeteria at Columbine High School. He said as he ronout of theschool
exiting the cafeteria area. he was with his friend named Travis Jones. He said that he did notice anything out of the ordinary
while he was running from tile erea [siall said after exiting tile school h. ran to a parking lot fur the higil school where coach
Martinand coach Capra told the studentsthat he was with, to keep running away from the school. [sian said that Travis and h.
ran to the area of either Peakview and Wadsworth or Calhounand Wadsworth, where an unknown female picked them up and
gave them a ride to a friend', residence. lsiah said that while he was running from the scene, and JUst prior to gernng to 'he
location where he got a rid. from the unknownfemale, ileheardwhat h. described as shotgun blasts, however.he couldnot tell

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how manyhe heard, but believed he heardthem coming from the area of Columbine High School. tsiah said once he go' '0 hIS
friend' residence he contacted his mother, Lola Salazar, by telephone. Lola said she received this call a' approximately 1130
to 1145 hours on 4-20-99.

Isiah Salazar told me that he only knew Dylan Klebold from a day care center at GoveInOTS Ranch. fsiah said that when he was

in the third grade Dylan Klebold was in the sixth grade and theywentto the same day care facility in Governor, Ranch I asked
Isiab whathe recalledabout Dylan Klebold, ami he said he did net recall anythingother than to say "Dylan was nice - Isiah sa-c
that he did not talk to Dylan Klebcldsince attendingthe day care centereven .hough they both attended Ken Caryl Junior High
School and then Columbine High School. Isiah said that he recalls seeing Dylan in Columbine High School, however. and
recalled that Dylan woreall blackclothingand wouldeitherweara blackjean jacket or a black trenchcoat that would hangdo" n
just past Dylan'5 knees. Isiah was unable to provideany further information about Dylan Klebold, I asked I,lab ifhe knew Eric
Harris. He said he did no' know Eric Harris at all and said tha' he had never seen Eric Hams prior '0 this incident. Isiah wid
me that he knew that the "Trench Coat Mafia"existed. however. otherthan that he did not have any further information about
the "TrenchCoat Mafia"students. He said that even though he sawthem in the h.1I he never did see anyone pick on 'h. "Trench
Coat Mafia" students. nor did he see the "Trench Coat Marla" students picking on other students ! asked Lsiah Salazar ;fhe
couldrecall any racial intimidation or racialharassment while at the school. and he said he did not see anyoneharass otherpeople,
nordid anybody racially Insult or pickon him. He also saidnoneof the "Trench CoatMafia"studentspicked on himeven 'hough
he is a football player and is on the track team for ColumbineHighSchool.

IsiahSalazarwas shown the diagramsof the cafeteriaat Columbine HighSchooland he: showed me where the table was that he
hadselected. lsiah said the table 'hat he had selectedand sat withhis friends on 4-2Q..99 is not on either of the diagrams I showed
him, however. he did point out the area where this table is located. This table would have been south of the main cafeteria in
the hall and directlyto the west of the "Rehel Comer." I shewed ISlab Salazar the photographs of me duffle bag and the propane

tank the, were later recovered insideof the cafeteriaat Columbine High School. Isiahsaid he did not recall seetngeitherOne of
rhese items either prior to or during the incident on 4-20-99 I asked lsiah if he knew of any other suspects who ma~ be
manufacturing explosive devices and/or possessing firearms, and he said that he had not heard of anyone.

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Internet, He said that he is aware of what the daily "thought of tho day" was over the Rebel Now, Network (R."IN), He mid me
that the thought of the day is shown during second bour, but said on 4-20·99, during second hour, he was in a gym class and
therefore was unable to see what the thought of the day was over the Rebel News Network,

Isiah Salazaradvised me that since the incident of 4--20..91) he has recovered the backpack that he left in the cafeteria when he
ran out, l'iab said he picked tha, UP during tho week of June I. 1999, I asked Isiah Salazar how well he has been, coping with
this incidentsince 4--20,,99, and he advised me thathe has hadno problemsdealing with it. 1asked his mother. LolaSalazar. what
she thought ofthe way he was coping with tho incident, and she also believed that he was doing well [gave both Isiah Salazar
and Lola Salazar one of my business cards and advised them !hat if they wished to talk with. JCSO Victim Advocate in the
future to contact me and I would make the necessary arrangements for them.

DISposITION: Cas. remain, open. pending further investigation,

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LAKEWOOD POLIce DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
«EPORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COI.UMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04-27-99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCEl JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

suspeCT:
ERIC HARRIS
DYLAN KLEBOLD

WITNESS:
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: 30, FBI: 1T4A-ON-5T419, JCSO: CRm-T62S, TEAM 4, CAFETERIA
WITNESSES, COLUMElINE HIGH SCHOOl.

1. SALERNO LAUREL. WIF, DOB 10-23-83


7799 WEST CALEY DRIVE. LITTLETON CO 80123,303-973·6633
MOTHER: SALERNO, DIANE, 7799 WEST CALEY DRIVE, LITTLETON CO 80123 303·9:3·05633
WORK, 303·347-4600, 303·972·8288
FATHER: SALERNO. CHARLES, 7799 WEST CALEY DRIVE, LITTLETON. CO 80123 303·973·6633
WORK. 303·904·1023

INVESTIGATION:
On 04-27·99 at 1715 hours, Detective McGlynn and I ,ntel'\llewea Laurel Salerno I~ me presence of her
parentsat her home, Laurel stilted she got II rideto sohool from her mother on 04·20·99, arriving at apprcxrrnately
0705 hours. Throughout the interview, Laurel stressed thal day seemed like a perteclly normal day She stated
she did not notice anything abno~al going around the school. She slated that when she arrived at ihe school
it was very early and not many students were there. She entered through the main entrance and went to lhe
cafeteria.
Laurel stated she had seen KLESOLO and HARRISbelore and knewthem by sight but did not knowtheir
names She did not see them or anyonein the -trench coat mafia' group that moming. She stated she entered
the cafeteria from the second floor going down the stairs at approximately 1110 hours. She stated she brought
her lunch so she Immediatelywent to a table and sat down. She indicatell which labie she thoughtshe might have
sat at on the attached diagram. She slated Ihat she did not nonce any bag, duffle bag, or backpack out of place
in the cafeteria She stated there were many kids in the cafeteria at that time, praotically all of them having a

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LAKEWOOD PQUCE OEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAl REPORT
riEPORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04.21.99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOlUMBINE HIGH SCHOOl TASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

backpack with them. She Indicated on the attached diagram who else was silting at the table With her
Shortly after she sat dOWl1. the people at the six tablesto the west of her got up, went to the Window and
lookedout, She stated she thought there mighthave been a fight outside but was not sure She statedthe kids
then returned to their seats and sat down, Shortly after that she heard a noise she describedas gunshots After
the gunshots another rreshman named Chris Markum ran into the cafeteria throughthe northwest exit doors of
the cafeteria yellJng for everyone to gel down, Laurel statedChris ran all throughthe careteria and then upstairs
yelling this,
Laurel stamd she saw one of the lunch ladies look out through the west Window, then run back 10 the
kitchen area, Immediately after ll1at, Mr Sanders came in from the facuay lounge east door leading to the
cafeteria, She stated he leakedout then called out, 'Kids. a gun, get down" Laurel stated he hada very serious
look on his lace and she knew he was senous. At tl'lis time she heard gunshotswhich she thought was coming
from the same gun and it was shooting continuously She stated a jannor went to this door and looked like he
ias. 'fiddling" with something on the door, She stated this janftcr Was tl'le heavy-setjanitor with a round face.
Laurel stated about this time all the kids in the cafeteria ran east away trcm the windows,
Laurel stated that she was in a group of kids that ran east of the kitchen area behind a wall still in the
cafeteria area. She stated there was a bethroom in the same area however. there were too many kids to all fit
in the bathroom. She estimated therewere 50 kidswith her Aboutthis time Mr Andres. Jr., a teaehercame and
open up the auditorium doors from the area that she was hiding in. At this time she stated the lights started to
flickerInthe cafeteria. Once in the auditorium they hesitated brieflyon the stagethen went out the northeast door
of the auditorium, She stated she ran to the hallway that leadto the outside by the gymnasium, She stated she
was with about fifteen kids as they left out throughthis door. She stated they then ran to Clement Park.
She stated she left her backpack on the tablewhichshedescribed as a greenJansport with a front pocket
Insidethe backpackshe had a blackbinder. a purplebinder, twoLooney Tunesfoiders. a TI-86 calculator penCils
pens. and her school 10. She statedshe was wearing denim shortswith an Old Navywhite T-shirt, and sandals
She went on to say that she did not know KLEBOLD or HARRtS personally, but knew HARRIS by sight
just from seeing him in the hallwayS. She stated that she waS aware of the 'trench coat mafia" even before she
went into high school. hearing about them when she was in the 8~ grade, She knew a Robert Perry as being a
part of this group. She stated he was in a debate class with her and she desCl'lbed 3,'i a very nice guy She stated

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTALREPORT
.<EPORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER; 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04-2,7.99
OFFENSE; AOAlCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCEJ JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

he always wore a long, black coat, black pants, and biack eyeliner
Laurel stated that one of her best friends, KatieThompson, was a good friend of ERIC HARRIS Ka~e 'S
a freshman and was asked to go to the prom by ERIC HARRIS She stated Katie was not allowedto go because
her mother wouldn't allow it. Laurel stated Katie knew that ERIC HARRIS liked her but he was one she d not
normally go out with. She described him as "different' having a dlfferent look,
At this lime Laurel's mother, Diane Salerno added information about an incident that happened at
Columbine High School on Sunday, 04·18·99, She stated she was with Laurel In the senior parkIng lot lelling
Laurel practice drlvlng the family vehicle, This occurredsometime between 1500 and 1630 hours, She $lated as
they were driving around the parl<.Ing lot, a black sports car drove in to the lot and Immediately parked near the
northwest porlton of the parking lot. She staled three guys got out of the car which she described as being a little
beat up, The three boys appeared to be seniorsor elder and theywalked up the hili on the west side ot the school,
northbound. She stated she lost sight of them for approximately one minute and then they returned to their
~hicle, She stated they then drove away Mrs, Salemo stated this seemed very peculiar sinpe there was no one
else around the building and they seemed to have a definite purpose and place they were headed to She
described one as big and tall with red hair and a flat top, He was wearing whfte T·shlrt, The second one had a
muscular build with a white tank top with blond hair that was in a very normal hair cut (not cut very short nor left
very long), The third subject had brewn hair Mrs, Salerno slated they were very "grundgy" looking to her
Laurellater calledand lell a message on my VOlpe mail stating she remembers seEhng a b,g, tan backpack
near the table she sat at. She asked If it belonged to anyone and ended up pushIng It as.de She was not sure
what day this occurred

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SALES, S.

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SlJilPL!D!!lDlTAL UPORT

Defendant, HARRIS!KLEBOLD Docket NUmber:


Date, MAY 13, 1999 Case NUmber, 99A062
Deputy I).A., Inv".tigator: DOYLE, PJ

FBI CASE 4-0N-57419

WITNESS CONTROL NUMBER 3068

JCSO CASE 99-7625

Reporting investigator, l? 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 witnesses from Columbine High
School.

On May 12, 1999 I spoke with Sarah Katherine Sales, a sophomore.


DOB, 10-15-82
513 7 Drew Court
Littleton, CO 80123
303 972-9203
Mom is Laura cell: 303 995 -4300
Dad is Chris Work: 303 759-2334

Sarah'S father was present during the interview.

Sarah told me the following:

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She stayed home the morning of the shooting because of a
migraine headache. (This was confirmed by her father. J She got to
sohool at about 10; 45. She went to the cafeteria and then .....nt
outside to avoid her spanish teacher. (She hadn't done her homework:
and didn't want to be confronted about it. I She came back: inside
and got money from her purse for lunch. She left her purse either
on the ground, or on the table. It .... s table S. Right then, Mr.
Sanders OamE! in to the oafeteria and said to get down. She got down
by her table. She was sitting with Jasmine Schell and Amber Dickson
(303 933-36211.

Rigltt after Mr. Sanders said to get down, Sarah heard gun
shots. She said it didn't click: in her head that it was real. It
sounded like a cap gun. She didn't remell)ber how many shots there
were.

Mr. !landers said to run, and she and Amber went to the
auditorium. Sarah didn't know what was going on and she went back
to the cafeteria to get her keys. The choir teacher, Mr. Andres was
telling people to go to the auditorium. She went back to the
aUditorium with other students. They went up the stairs and started
to go out into the hall. It was smoky. She could hear gun shots
and soreaming. She thinks that the smolee may have been white, but
wasn't sure. She said that it smelled, but couldn I t describe the
smell to me.

Sarah said that. they stayed in the auditorium for about 15


minutes. The fire alar"lllS were going off. She heard more gun
shots. She doesn't know if the shooter(s) were shooting at the
doors to the auditorium. The gunshots so=ded like they were
ricocheting from somewhere else. The doors to the auditorium were
locked.

Mr. Andres started to go to the hall. He opened the door and a


janitor yelled to go out there. The janitor said to follow him.
They went out through the foreign language hall and out the door
there to Leawood Park. She heard sOllIething like a bomb or a gu.'"l

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shot when she was in the park. She then ran to Jamie Norwood's
house.

Sarah saw no duffel bags at any till\e.

She didn't know Eric Harris or Dylan lClebold.

She left her purse in the cafeteria and had her driver's
license in it.

She hun I t heard anything about anyone else making bombs Or


bringing guns Qr bombs tQ school. She doesn I t use the internet and
doesn't knQW anyone with double pierced eyebrows.

A diagram of the cafeteria is attached to this repQrt.

No further infQrmatiQrI at this time.

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Date

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SAMMAURO, A

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D&fen4ant: (Columbine shooting) Dock.. t NulIlI:>er: 99A062 (2)
Date: 051199 Cas. NulIlber. 99-7625
Deputy D.A.: Investigator: Mike Heylin

WITNESS:

Anthony Sammauro DOB: 071983


7264 W. Walker Pl.
Littleton. CO 80123
303 - 972 - 9243
0/0 mother; cynthia Sammauro (w) 303-979-8789
father; Lorenzo Sammauro (w) 303-977-4792
-CBS student; in cafeteria at an unknown table in the west oorner by
the west door for 4th hour with Preston Jordan, Brian Adams, Pat
Caruso, Lance Kirklin, and Nick Buhrer; at table in same location
for lunoh hour with Lance Kirklin, Danny Rohrbough, Sean Graves,
James Medaugh and a new student named Rohert (LNO); saw another
student in cafeteria named Jason Autenrieth who told him Ann Marie
Hochhalter was shot and that someone was throwing pipe bombs; looked
out west window and identified Dylan Klebold standing on top of hill
by stairs and throwing an object into the west parking lot; saw same
looking suspect walking toward west cafeteria door from bottom of
stairs moments later; saW no other suspect; saw no guns; SaW no
duffle bags; usually SaW a trenoh coat student in the cafeteria at
table WW alone for 4th hour whose description is similar to that of
Chris Morris; did not see that student morning of shooting; a
neighhor named Tony Martinez who has a son Cory who goes to
Columbine reported that he went to the school to check on his son
that day and was shot at by the front doors, 303-933-7327.

INVESTIGATIoN:

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On May 10, 1~99 at 2015 hours I contacted Anthony Sammauro at his
home for an interview. Anthony's parents were present. Anthony
then told me the following:

• He is a freshman at Columbine High.

• When asked about Erie Harris, he said that he has seen Eric in
school before wearing a black: trench coat. He said he used to see
Eric leave the school for lunch hour and join other lJtudents at a
black BMW in the lot. He would see this from the cafeteria
windows. He did not know Eric Harris by name.

• When askea about Dylan Klebold, he said that he has seen Dylan
in school before wearing a black trench coat. He said that Dylan
would also be one of the students to go with Eric Barris to the
black BMW in the lot for lunch. He did not 1<:.'10W who the driver of
that car was. He did not know Dylan Klebold by name.

...
• When asked, he did not know
He said that he has seen 7 or B different students wearing
the black trench coats at times. He did not know the names of those
students. He has heard of the name "Trench Coat Mafia" and thought
they were like a gang.

• He did not know any of the names of students who associated


with the trench coae studencs.

• He usually goes to ehe cafeteria. for 4th hour because he has


that class time off. He said that he often saw one of the trench
coat student" in the cafeteria for that 4th hour. He said the
student always sat alone at table WW (referring to the diagram)
reading a book. He would see this student at least Once a week. He
described this student as follows:

-white male, wore a black beret backwards, wore sunglasses,


l' ,,~ ",- "
black. trench coat, no further description,

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• He said he did not remember that student being in the cafeteria
for 4th hour Qn the morning of the shooting.

• When asked, he did not see any trenoh coat student or associate
at the school the day of the shooting. (Identified Dylan lelebold
outside the oafeteria when shooting began.,

• When asked, he did not see any suspioious obj eet; that was out
of plaee at school the day of the shooting. When asked
specifically, he did not see any duffle bags.

• On the day Qf the shooting. he has 4th hour off. When his 3rd
hQur seience class got out, he walked down to the cafeteria to spend
his 4t;h hour time with friends. Referring "-0 the <iiagram. he
thought he sat with his friends at one of the following tables; ZZ,
55, ce, TT, Y'l, or XX. He was with Preston Jordan. Brian Adams, Pat
Caruso, Lance Kirklin and Nick Suhrer.

• When the lunch hour began. he did not know i f he switched


tables or not. If he did switch tables, he said it would have been
in the sarna area. Some of his friends left the table and soma
remained at the same table. lie remembered being at the table for
lunch with Danny Rohrbough, Lance Kirklin, Sean Graves, James
Medaugh and a new student named Robert who's last nama is unknown.
He said others may have been at that table also.

• After several minutes into the lunch period everyone at his


table went outside via the west doer except for Robert Medaugh who
stayed in with him.

• He said that once those students were outside, he heard what


sounded to him like "black <::at" firecraokers going off somewhere
outside. Jamas Medaugh then <::ame running in from the west door and
tol<i him that he heard "gunshots."

• . , .
He then walked to the west widows of the cafeteria and looked'-
outside at what was going on. He looked up the hill by the stairs

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