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July 1, 1991 | CAREY GOLDBERG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Russian vagrant rose shakily from the cell's wooden bench and stared up in bleary disbelief at the tall figure in an unfamiliar midnight blue uniform and shiny badge. "Hi there, how you doing today?" the apparition asked in friendly English. "Lost your way home?" "He's a bum," Kasimir Zhukovsky, deputy chief of Leningrad's 28th Precinct, explained in Russian as the scruffy man continued to stare silently at Sgt. Greg Braun of the Los Angeles Police Department. "Do you have them, too?"
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 1, 1991 | CAREY GOLDBERG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Russian vagrant rose shakily from the cell's wooden bench and stared up in bleary disbelief at the tall figure in an unfamiliar midnight blue uniform and shiny badge. "Hi there, how you doing today?" the apparition asked in friendly English. "Lost your way home?" "He's a bum," Kasimir Zhukovsky, deputy chief of Leningrad's 28th Precinct, explained in Russian as the scruffy man continued to stare silently at Sgt. Greg Braun of the Los Angeles Police Department. "Do you have them, too?"
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