When Amy Bishop was 21 years old, she shot and killed her brother. The shooting was ruled an accident, though following Bishop's rampage attack in 2010 the earlier case has been re-opened. This document is the police report from the 1986 shooting.
This report explains the circumstances of Bishop’s killing her brother and the rationale for ruling it an accidental death.
In 1993 Amy Bishop and her husband, James Anderson, were investigated as suspects in a letter bomb that was received by a former employer of Bishop’s. Bishop and Anderson were not charged. This is a large collection of miscellaneous highly-redacted documents related to the investigation.
This document was released on September 1, 2015. Additional material reportedly will be released pending a court hearing.
Though some pages of this appear in other records, the entire document does not appear to be present elsewhere.
This batch of documents contains a significant amount of text messages to and from Jaylen, as well as interviews with people who knew him and other material.
This batch of documents was released on September 28, 2015.
This document lists Goh’s legal charges as well as the names of the victims.
After Klebold was arrested on January 30, 1998, he participated in a diversion program to keep young, first-time offenders out of the legal system. This document contains his intake paperwork, questionnaires, notes of probation meetings, and assorted forms.
After Harris was arrested on January 30, 1998, he participated in a diversion program to keep young, first-time offenders out of the legal system. This document contains his intake paperwork, questionnaires, notes of probation meetings, and assorted forms.
On August 7, 1997, a complaint was made to JCSO regarding Eric Harris. Printouts of his web pages, including his log of ‘Rebel Missions' of mischief and vandalism, are included.
On March 18, 1998, another complaint was made regarding Eric's bomb-making activities, violent writings, and threat to kill Brooks Brown. Printouts of Eric's web pages are included.
In 1998, after the Brown family notified the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO) of Eric Harris’s webpages where he documented his bomb-making activity as well as expressed his homicidal urges, an affidavit was written requesting a search warrant to allow law enforcement to search the Harris residence. For some reason, there was no follow through and the search never occurred.
Following the attack at Columbine, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office (JCSO) took charge of investigating the incident and accumulated approximately 27,000 pages of documents. Most of these have been released to the public and are available below, but there are some gaps in the sequence of documents. These and other materials (such as videos by Harris and Klebold) can be purchased from JCSO. Note: This massive document has been broken into several approximately 1000-page segments, each of which may be downloaded individually. Each segment is about 20 Mb.
This file of 946 pages (25,923–26,859) contains some of the most important pages in the JCSO material, including the journals of Eric and Dylan, school papers, etc.
This document includes diagrams of the theatre where the attack occurred, as well as records of Holmes’s transactions on PayPal and eBay.
This document contains ten search warrants, including those for Holmes’s residence, vehicle, computer, and cell phone.
This describes the circumstances of the arrest of Holmes.
This is a transcript of Kip's confession to Detective Al Warthen shortly after his rampage attack on May 21, 1998.
These documents relate to Mr. Thomas Lane, Jr., the father of T.J. Lane, the school shooter. They are from incidents in 1997 and 2002 and document violent behavior toward women as well as police officers.
I have found two versions of the report on an incident in which Lane was arrested in 2009.
Over two years before his school shooting, Lane was arrested along with his half-brother, Adam Nolan. This is essentially the same document as “T.J. Lane Arrest 2009”; the other is more official and has redacted Adam’s name.
Over two years before his school shooting, Lane was arrested for assaulting his uncle. This document consists of the police paperwork on the incident.
This document contains information on Lane’s behavior since being imprisoned after his attack.
Originally released as “CFS 1200704559,” this document from the Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection consists of nine “books,” each of which originally comprised many separate files. Each “book” has been combined into a single PDF file. The original file names have been added in searchable form to each page of the new documents, and the associated bookmarks function as a table of contents (we recommend downloading the documents and using the bookmarks pane in your PDF viewer to navigate).
Originally released as “CFS 1200704597,” these 81 documents from the Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection have been combined into a single PDF file. The original file names have been added in searchable form to each page of the document, and the associated bookmarks function as a table of contents (we recommend downloading the document and using the bookmarks pane in your PDF viewer to navigate).
Originally released as “CFS 1200705354,” these 19 documents from the Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection have been combined into a single PDF file. The original file names have been added in searchable form to each page of the document, and the associated bookmarks function as a table of contents (we recommend downloading the document and using the bookmarks pane in your PDF viewer to navigate). The table of contents file has been moved to the front of the stack.
The following documents were released by the FBI in July, 2014.
This document lists the sequence of events leading up to Loughner’s shooting of Gabrielle Giffords and 18 others.
This document contains the transcripts of interviews with Loughner’s father (Randy Loughner), his mother (Amy Loughner), the transport of Loughner from one facility to another, and with a Walmart employee who interacted with Loughner prior to the attack.
This document includes the details of the law enforcement response to the incident, as well as copies of writings by May (these appear multiple times in the document).
This is a report on a call by May’s former girlfriend who expressed concern regarding his psychological condition after he showed up at her home and seemed incoherent and paranoid.
This report documents May’s complaint to the Las Cruces police that he was hearing voices in his apartment and believed he was under surveillance.
The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) released over two thousand pages of documents. The following files contain this material. The material is presented in order of the ACSO’s pagination.
This collection of material includes many pages of police paperwork documenting their response to the attack. It also includes interviews with family and friends and remains the single best source of information regarding Reyes that I have found.
On July 21, 2013, Rodger was involved in a violent incident with college students. He was injured and made a report to the police.
These documents include a timeline of Wong’s life and details regarding Wong’s possessions that were found after the attack.
This is a collection of documents apparently gathered by police after Wong’s attack. They include employment related forms, work history, involvement with the American Civic Association, a resume, and other materials.
This paperwork does not contain much information, but includes Wong’s date of birth, his statement that he never served in the military, and a few other facts. He completed it using his original name of Linh Phat Voong.
This document includes law enforcement interviews with people who knew Wong. It also notes the dates of his marriage and divorce, as well as someone’s report that Wong said he had a child.