164-58-11 (registration number)
Police Precinct 28
from Å—, A. A.
70a M— St. Apt. 4
10 October 1995 I was going to the market to get food for my husband, he's now in the Veterans' Hospital because of head injuries because our co-tenant M— hit him on the head several times. And when I got back the door was unlocked and piece of paper in the detection lock had a hole in it. I immediately called the police to come and get fingerprints of those thieves Ì— N.D. and her granddaughter Anya and Maksim. They stole a lot of things from me and also groceries a new tablecloth 3 pairs of pants 2 new dress shirts and 2 knit shirts 3 pairs of coats, a white wool scarf, 4 pairs of my long underwear, 2 pairs of my husband's wool socks, 2 packages of flour, a liter of juice from the refrigerator, spoons, knives, medications, and all of his war ribbons and medals. She also stole all the good dishes, she took cups plates 3 kg of ligonberries, a coffeepot, pots, and all of the crystal they stole all the valuable good things only junk is left. I ask you to put an end to the stealing and the harassment of a war veteran, and a few days ago K—, Olga assaulted me, she grabbed me and started shaking me and used her filthy criminal words like I'll f--k you so good you'll never walk again." And who is this Olga anyway. She was brought here from prison. She got rid of her mother and they beat up her stepfather who died, she's a very mean woman this Olya. M— is no disabled veteran and she has no papers to prove she was a Leningrad Blockade Survivor, so why does the precinct policeman believe her and take the side of those brazen liars and let them steal and harass us.
I ask you to look into all of this and restore order. On October 10 she even stole all my needles together with the pincushion I can't even sew a button for myself I ask you to protect us disabled war veterans on the 10th she also stole new shoes and lipstick.
(policeman's signature) (E-13: policeman's notation.)