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Eric Long said while he was at his residence, a friend of his by the name of Steve Deaden jumped his hack fence and told him that there had been a shooting at Columbine High School. Eric Long advised that he went to Leawood Park, which is behind his residence to the north. to be with some of his friends at that location. Eric Long said that he heard a bullet ricochet by fairly close to him, however. he did not see what the shot ricocheted off of Eric Long said he ron back to his residence and said that there were several other students that ran to his residenceas well. Eric Long said after he returned to his residence. he left again and went [0 hIS neighbor's house where he got on the roof to watch the high school to see what was occurring at that location. Eric Long said that while he was on the roof, he heard two shotgun blasts coming from the vicinity of Columbine High School I asked Eric Long if while he was on the roof or any other lime he saw anybody with bombs and/or firearms, either outside of Columbine High School or ifhe saw any of them through the glass windows or the glass windows in the doors. Eric Long said that he did not see any of the shooters at any time during this incident.

1asked Eric Long ifhe saw the blue duffle bag and/or the propane tank that was later recovered from the cafeteria at Columbine High School. Eric Long said that he did not see these items nor did he see anyone carrying items of a similar description within Columbine High School on 04-20-99. Eric Long also advised me that he does not know of any other people, nor has he heard any rumors of anyone who may be manufacturing explosive devices and/or possessing or selling firearms

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I asked Eric Long what he knew about the Trench Coat Mafia students and in particular, Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris. Eric

Longadvisedthat he knew very littleabout the Trench Coat Mafia students other than to say "they were weird people," and told

me that the Trench Coal Mafia studentskept to themselves. EricLong said that he has seen Trench Coat Mafia students hanging

out ar LeawoodPark,however, he has not talked to any of them, nor has he carried on any conversations with them. Eric Long

said he has not seen any of the "jocks"harassingany of the Trench CoatMafia students and also said he has not seen any of the

Trench Coat Mali. students harassing other studentsor other people. Due to the fact that Eric Longis an athlete at Columbine

High School and told me that he plays basketballand football.I asked him ifhe had ever been harassed himself by the Trench

Coat Mafia students and in particular,Dylan Kleboldand Eric Harris. Eric Long advised me that he had not been harassed by

any of them.

Eric Long told me that he was friends with Isaiah Shoels prior to this incident and prior to Isaiah's death. Eric Long said that

"'hHe he was at Columbine High School. he could not think of one incident where Isaiah Shoe's was racially intimidated by

anyone in the school. Eric Long said that Isaiah Shoels was a very well liked student and everybody got along well with him.

Priar to my interview of Eric Long. [spoke with his mother Alisa Long who told me that since the incident on 04~20·(}9, Eric long has been having withdrawal problems as far as wanting to be away from the house, and wants to be out with his mends

on a more frequent basis. Alisa Longbelieves that Eric Longdoes need counseling.however. she says Eric Long denies there

is any type of a problem with his copying with the incident. After my interview with Eric Long I asked him if he has had any

problems,such as sleeping problemsor eating problems since the incidenton 04-20-99 and he told me that he has not had any

problems. Eric Long told me that he is able to deal with things wen and get over different problems well. After my interview

with Eric Long. I recontacted his mother in reference to these problems and she told me that Eric Long's answers to myquestions

to her "sounded weird." It shouldbe noted that during my interview with Eric Long,both his mother,Alisa Longand his father.

10M Long were present during this interview I gave Alisa Long one of my businesscards and asked her to contact me in the

future if Eric Long or anyone else in her family wanted to speakwitha 1.C.50. Victim Advocateand I told her I wouldbe made

the necessary arrangements for them at that time.

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Per information control sbeet#3393, 1contacted (W)Losh by phone, regarding information he might have relevant to the investigation

(W)Losh stated.be left school during second period to attenda DEC C A banquet He returned to school at approximately II IDam and met with a friend. Daane Reinking, nearthe stairs in the commons area. At approx II lSam, they exited the building usingtbe main doors near Rehel Comer Once outside they walked to Reinking's vehicle which wasparked in the Jr parking lot and left school groundsfor lunch

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EILEEN LOVE Same as above, Work: Light of the World Catholic Parish Littleton, CO 80127

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MICHAEL LOVE

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INVESTIGAnON:

On 06-22-99. at about 1400hours, I contacted witn ess RyanMicimel Loveby phone. Ryan Love is a student at Columbine High School, The reason for me calling Ryan Love was to interview him in reference to the shooting that occurred on 04-20-99, at Columbine High School.

Ryan Loveadvised me on 04·20·99 at 0630 hours, h. was picked up from in front of Columbine High School at 620I South Pierce Street by a Jefferson County R-t School bus and transported to Warren Tech. Ryan Love advised that he remainedat "Varren Tech until he was bussed back to ColumbineHigh Schoolon 04-20-99, at about 1130hours.

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Columbine High School.

Eileen, who responded approximately 40 minutes later and picked him up from the library at West Bowles and Long Drive,

Ryan said that he was told to go to Clement Park, which he did, and said that he called his mother

Ryan Love advised me that prior to the incident on 04-2ll-99, he did not know any of the Trench Coat Mafia students names The only information that Ryan could provide me was that he had seen what he believed to be Trench Coat Mafia students In the hallways at Columbine High School in the past.

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number and asked him to contact me ifhe wished to speak with. J,C.S,O. Victim Advocate in the future I told hun I would

Ryan Love advised me that since 04~20-99,he has been doing well dealing with the incident.

-nake the necessary arrangements for him or his family, at that time,

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INVESTIGAnON:

On 05-27-99, I spoke with Todd Lovell. This lead was to determinehis whereabouts during 5th period. as records reflectedhe

had this period free During my telephone Interview with Todd. he told me he Was at a church meeting, off school grounds at

:,. time of the incident. He had left the school at approximately 11'15after attending his 4th hour class, He said he had left the

had left alone, I asked Todd when

he \Y3S in the cafeteria area, if he had seen anyone carrying a largeduffle bag or had seen a large duffle bag sitting on the floor

scbool through the large doors next to the Rebel store, close to the cafeteria. Todd said he

in any location, He said he had walked through the area quickly and had ttct noticed anything, Todd then left through the 10<,

proceeding south along Pierce Street to where the residence is located. 1asked him if he had seen anyone in the lot that was

suspicious and he said nothing that he can recall. I then asked him if he had seen anyone in a black trench coat and he said he

did not remember seeing anyone 1asked him if he had known the individuals involved in the incident of04-20~99 He said that

he knew who they were, but had not seen them that day, He said he had known who they were because of their dress and that

other kids had generally made funof thembecause of their appearance at school. He said at approximately 11'30, Ashley Wright

came to the house and told them what had occurred, He said he did not see any of the shooting and was not present during the

event.

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Lindsey Ludwig 6512 W. Morraine PI Littleton, CO

303-979-2284

On 05-18-99. LindseyLudwig was interviewed at her residence regardlng her observations of 04-20-99. She confirmed being a Junior at Columbine High School, assigned to "A" lunch. She noted having attended her 4 th hour history class, and immediately thereafter going to the commons area of the cafeteria, arriving there at approximately 1105, where she met 2 friends, identified as Cora Uniger and Courtney Shakowski. After approximately 10 minu1es. they exited the south door and walked to the junior parking lot where they entered her vehicle and drove to the Southwest Plaza Mail, where they had lunch. She reports observing nothing suspicious in the parking lot as she exited, but noted some activity in the junior lot at approximately 0900, when she had gone into the lot to assist another student with a project. While in the lot, she observed

2 males standing near a white pickup belonging to Hanah Balay. She reports the 2 seemed to be hiding, ar.-' "hen she looked at them they ducked out of sight. She describes them as white males, one being tal,. man the other. She could provide no clothing information, and did not see them weil enough to identify either one. She stated the 2 were in the last rowof the junior lot, near a wooden fence.

Following lunch, they attempted to drive back to school, but were turned back by police and told that a shooling had occurred at the school. She then called home, and was advised of what was go4ng on at CHS.

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Investigator. Glenn Moore- GoldenPolice Department I (303) 384-8080

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW:

LUMLEY, Lisa 10286 W, LaytonDrive Littleton,co 80127 (303) 933-1398

RE: CONTROL # 3205

Investigative lead of student Nicholas Lumley sittingon the benchoutside the cafeteriaat ColumbineHigh Schoolon 04-20·99,

05·12·99 ! 12:45pm

Lisa Lumley explained that her son, Nicholas, wasabsent from schoolon Monday April 19"', and Tuesday April 20"', Usa explained that theywere in Indianaattending her grandmother's funeral. She furtherexplainedtheyhad not returned until about I:OOwn on Tuesdayso she instructed Nicholas to stay homefor anotherday. Sheadded that she left a messageon the school's attendance line aboutone-halfhour prior to when the shooting was said to have started.

Columbine High School attendance recordsconfirmed LUMLEY as being absenton April 20, 1999.

I bad left a telephone message for JDe Pitoniak whom was said to havereported Lumley's presence at the school that day. This was in an effort to further identify other students possibly outsidein the area where Pitoniak wassitting at the timeof the shooting. I also discussedthis lead with Investigator DaveBrooks whom had prepared the lead,

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SARA DANlELLE LUTES, D08l11-19-81 9224 West Berry Place Littleton, Colorado 80123 (303) 913-9806

Student: Columbine High School

COLLEEN T, LUTES Sameas above

THOMAS M, LUTES Same as above Bus: (303) 972-1797

INVESTIGATION:

OnJune 16, 1999, at about 1130 hours, l cornacred witness SaraLutes by telephone. Thepurpose forcontacting SaraLutes was to interview her about the shooting that occurred al Columbine HighSchool on 4-20-99, Sara is a studenrat Columbine High

School.

Sara Lutes advised me on 4-20-99, at 0715 hours, she arrived at Columbine High Schooland went into the cafeteria. Sara advised me that she selected a tablenear the bottom of the stairsand sal down at this table.facing in a westerly direction, Sara

ChrisRiley, and Joe Murello. [asked Sara Lutes if she recalled seeing

any duffle bags and/orpropane tanks in the cafeteria of Columbine High School. however, shesaid she did not see either item Sara advised she was in the cafeteria until0725 hours when sheleftand wentto thesecond level of the highschoolto herhistory class. Sara said that to get to her history class, when you get to the topof the stairway, you turn to the left or east down the

saidshe waswith the following students: Adam Oliver.

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hallway. Saraadvised me whenshe got to the top of thesestairs'he did not see anything unusual, nor did 'he see any suspicious

peoplethat were in the area of the sciencehallway or the libraryof Columbine High School. Sara advised me that whenshe got

out of her history class she wentto her language arts class,which is from0820 to 0915, then went to her math class in the math

approximately 1115 hours

on 4-20-99she had left ColumbineHighSchool and got into hervehicleand said she pickedup her boyfriend,AdamOliver.in

the teacher', parking lot. Sara advised they then left the area of the high schooland went to the Subway Sandwichshopat Coal

Mine and Pierce.Sara advised when she tried to returnto Columbine High Schoolon 4-20-99, at approximately 1145 hoursshe

was unable to return due to the police presence in the area of the high school and was stopped from going any closerat South

Pierce and West Walker.

hallway.This class is from 0925 until ]015. Sara advised me'he had fourth houroff and 'aid that at

I asked Sam Lutes if she knew who the "Trench Coat Mafia"students weretharartendedColumbineHigh School. Sara said she

did notknowexactlywho they were,however. she knewthat they hungaroundtogether III a group and stayedto themselves Sara

saidthat mostof the "Trench Coat Mafia' students wouldwear blackclothing and trenchcoats. Sara said that she had neverhad

a conversation with any of the "Trench COl\! Mafia" students, however. I asked Sara if she recalled seeing any of the"Trench

Sara said that she did

Coat Mafia" studentswhile she was in the cafeteria or hallways of Columbine High School on 4-20-99

not recallseeing themat either location. She said while theywere in the cafeteria. they usually gather in a group on the west side-

ofthe cafeteria near the windows. She said that they also tend to gather between classes and lunch time underneath the stairways

of the cafeteria. Sara said she did not recall seeing them at either location on 4

20-99,

I asked Sara Lutes what other i.nformation she may possibly have about the "Trench Coat Mafia." She said that they are not a

gangand are a groupof "outcaSts" whoin'the past decidedto whereblackclothing and trenchcoats. She said as far as she knows

thestudentsat ColumbineHigh School are the ones that put the "TrenchCoat Mafia" name to these students. Sara saidthat she

is familiar with Alex Marsh,whoSara said is a pricr t'Trench Coat Mafia" student, however, is not any more. She said thatAlex

wouldwearblackjeans and alwayswore blackclothing. Sara saidthatin the spring of 1998 she had Alex Marsh in her American

Studies class and the teachers of this class were Mrs. Eggersand Mr. Moore. Sara said that Alex Marsh was very smart and

tended to correct other students and the teachers so thesepeopledid not like her very much. Sara also described Alex as being

"bossy" Sara Lutesadvised me that although she did not hear the Statements madeby Alex Marsh, in 1998Sara said that Alex

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Sara Lutes told me that she has seen Eric Harris in the hallwaysat ColumbineHigh School and in the cafeteria area, however. she said she does not know who Dylan KJebold was. Sara said that Eric Harris would wear black clothing and a trench coat at times,however, at other times he would "dress normal." Sara saidas far as the other"Trench Coat Mafia" studentstheir standard dress was blackclothing, blackarmy boots, and said some of themwouldwear blackeyeliner and make-up. Sara said shewould describe these"Trench Coat Mafia" students as "Gothic." Sara also told me that she believes the "Trench Coat Mafia" sruderns were satanic and said that they would have satanic type words and symbolson their shirts. underneath their trench coats Sara said she has never seen the "Trench Coat Mafia" Students harassing other people, however. she has seen people making om of the "Trench Coat Mafia" students due to their style of dress and clothing that they choose to wear

Sara Lutesadvisedme that she does not know what the "thought of the day" was on the RebelNew Network (RNN) on 4-20·99 Sara advised me that should shethink of any further information or hearany furtherinformation that may be pertinent(0 this case,

she will contact me in the future.

l gave Sara Lutes my name and phone number and asked her to contact me if she has any problems dealing with this incident in the future, I advised her [ would make the necessary arrangements for her to talk with a JeSO Victim Advocateat that time

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SARA LYNN, D08106-0 1-81

9243 West Brandt Place Littleton, Colorado 80123

(303j 979-8650

INVESTIGATION;

On 05-24-99, I determined that Sara Lynn had graduated from Columbine High School early in 1998 in December and has not

beenon campus sincethe incident. Sarawasnot on campus during the timeof the incident and couldnot provide any information

reference the shooting.

DISPOSITION: Lead closed.

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Case Number 99·7625 Supplement Report Reporting Agency: Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Reporting officer: S.K. Wygant 1001 yJ Date of this Report: 081199

Offense Status: Open

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Tahlia Maddux DOB 081182 Address: 6624 S. Newland Cir. Linleton. CO 80123 Phone: 303 797 6593 Student: Columbine High School

INVESTIGATION:

I telephonically interviewed the above listed witness on 081199. Maddux reported that she has not been interviewed by police regarding the Columbine High School shooting prior to this date.

Maddux was at school on 042099, however only for a brief period pick up her homework. After picking up her assignments, she and her family went to Washington, D.C. This was verified with her father Henry Maddux

081099.

Maddux reported to having no prior knowledge of this incident and reported

to not knowing either Harris or Klebold.

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Maestas, Joseph 6-1-84

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On 6-11-99 I spoke withMaestas who toldme that during 4th and 5th periods he is off Columbine campus and at that

time is attending the Shiloh School as was the case on 4-20-99.

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h'IVEsTIGATION:

On June 14, 1999.at about lOIS bours,1telephonedJosephMallon, doh/Q9

the incident that occurred at Columbine High School on 4-20·99, Mallon said that he left Columbine High School at approximately 1115 hours through the maindoors of the commons, further describing the exit entrancewith the canopy. Mallon stated that fourthperiodhe had math class. Mallonstaredthat after leavingthe commonsareahe walked to a vehiclein thesenior parkinglot, Mallon stated thatthe vehicle he went to was locatedin the first row next to the handicapspots. Mallonstated that

he was there a short period of time and then walked up the steps located on the southwest comer of the school to the west entrance/exit and met his mend, Josh Swanson.

19-81.

at his residence,(303) 932-1131,concerning

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nd intothe senior parking lot. Mallon stated that Eric Chrismeralso was with them and that they all got into the vehicle and left the senior parking lot, via the south entrance exit. Mallen stated that he did not see anything unusual in school that day, to includewhile he was exiting the schooland returning back to the school. Mallon stated that he knew both Dylan Kleboldand Eric Harris. but never saw them on 4-20-99. Malloncontinuedto slatethat he had howlingclass on 4-20-99,at 6:30 a.m, Mallon further stated that he knew Eric Harris and Dylan KJebold from howling class and that they were not there that day

Swanson, theyleft the school the same way by walking down the southwest steps

Mallonstated that he also was aware of the "Trench Coat Mafia" and describedthem as a click, "Gothic," and individuals who

wore dark clothing.

1specifically asked Mallonifha had seen Eric Harris or DylanKJehold when he walkedto the parking lotthe first time, and when he was returning to the school's west entrance, to which he repliedno. I then asked if he saw Eric or Dylan when he exited the school and walked to the senior parking lot, to which again he stated he did not. I then again asked Mallon if he saw anything unusual or heard anything unusual during that period ofthne, to whieh he replied no.

~ISPOSITlON: Control #4116 closed. Case open. pending further investigation.

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Katherine Malonehas fifth hour free and ber whereabouts duringthe incident are unknown. This report detail, the

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MALONE, Kaiherine Maureen DOB!Q4 14-81

7775 W. Ottowa Drive

Littleton, CO80128

Tele,303 973-5454

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On05-21-991inrerViowed MALONEvia telephone, MALONE 'aid thaton 04-20-99she left schoolafter thirdhour, approximately 10:15. She exited the school through the main entrance, walked to bercar which was parked in Clement Pari<, and drove nome. MALONEsaid that shedid not seeanything unusual as she wasexiting the school. MALONE remainedat home.

MALONE said shedid not know Harris. Klebold, ortheir associates and that she bad nocomputer interaction with

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MONICA MARIE MAlONSON. DOB/8-3-BI 7482 sotrrn ZEPHYR COURT LITTLETON.CO 80128

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LINDAMAlONSON SA.\lE ADDRESSiPHONEAS MONICA

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RICHARD MAlONSON SA.\lE ADDRESSIPHONE AS MONICA WORK. 1254 WEST CEDAR AVE. DENVER.CO 80223

303-698-0200

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On 7-29-99, at approximately 1700 hours, I respondedto 7482 SouthZephyrCourt til contact and interview MonicaMalonson. who was a student at Columbine B.S. and graduated in 1999. This interview was in reference to the shooting at Columbine

H.S. on 4-20-99

MonicaMalonsonsaidon 4-20-99,atapproximately0715 hours, shearrivedat ColumbineH.S.and said sheparkedher vehicle. (a purple Honda Ascent), On West Fair Drive, east of South Pierce Street. Monica enteredColumbine H.S. through the main doors, on the east side of the school by the administrative offices. Monica said she attended her first hour class which was

'-lumanities. and is located on the upper level of ColumbineH.S.near the main doors on the east side of the building. She said

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the class lasted from0730 to 0820 hours. After this class Monicasaid she left the school with a friend of hers by the nameof Brenda Simmons, and rode with Brenda to a marketing banquet in Denver. Monica said after the banquet Brenda Simmons brought her back to Columbine H.S. where she got out of Brenda's vehicle and got into her vehicle and then drove horne Monica said this was at approximately 1015 to i030 hours, on 4·20·99. and said she did not enter the scbool at that arne.

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did she see anything out of the ordinary and said she did not remember seeing any of the

Monica Malonson said when she was in the 8" grade at Ken Caryl Middle School. she had Dylan Klebold in a science class with her. Shesaid she didnot rememberanythingabout DylanKleboldether-hac 10 say he was nice to her and he did notwear

a trench coat during that time. She said she knew who Eric Harris was because quite sometime ago a