Files released Monday on the Columbine gunmen's trespassing arrests reveal no new clues to their 1999 killing spree.
The Jefferson County district attorney's office released the files concerning Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold Monday.
But they offer nothing to indicate how the teens went from “bright young” men to killers in just a few months.
The files stemmed from the arrests of Harris and Klebold for breaking into a workman's van and stealing tools and several other items in January 1998.
A man whose son once clashed with Harris called the documents disappointing because of what they didn't contain.
Randy Brown says he's sure that authorities withheld some information and didn't release the complete files.
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