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Namesort descending Date of Arrest Charges Race Sex Age Occupation Precinct Location of Arrest
Daniel Brunette June 26, 1900 Other White Male 60 Laborer 7 219 Morgan St., New Orleans, LA
Charles Bruno July 27, 1900 Sunday Law White Male 30 Saloon Keeper 3 Toulouse St. and Bourbon St., New Orleans, LA
Robert Brunson July 16, 1900 Loitering Colored Male 18 Laborer 11 Levee and St. Louis St., New Orleans, LA
Peter Bruze July 01, 1900 Drunk White Male 20 Laborer 4 Beauregard Square, New Orleans, LA
Alphonse Bruzeaus July 17, 1900 Other White Male 26 Laborer 4 St. Ann St., New Orleans, LA
Hugh Bryan June 29, 1900 Drunk White Male 43 Laborer 3 Barracks St. and Decatur St., New Orleans, LA
Paul Bryce June 28, 1900 Drunk and Disturbing the Peace White Male 20 Laborer 3 Jackson Square, New Orleans, LA
Ellen Bryer June 25, 1900 Drunk White Female 41 Housekeeper 3 Esplanade Ave. and Decatur St., New Orleans, LA
Isaac Buckum July 08, 1900 Drunk White Male 35 Laborer 3 Burgundy St. and St. Louis St., New Orleans, LA
Ignatius Buffa July 03, 1900 Traffic Violation White Male 26 Laborer 3 St. Peter St. and Chartres St., New Orleans, LA
Ignatio Buffo July 02, 1900 Traffic Violation White Male 23 Peddler 11
Lilly Buggs June 21, 1900 Prostitution ("Lewd Woman") Colored Female 22 Prostitute 8 Morgan St. and Seguin St.., New Orleans, LA
Charles Bulger June 20, 1900 Drunk White Male 23 Clerk 1 St. Charles Ave. and Canal Street., New Orleans, LA
Frank Bullet July 23, 1900 Loitering Colored Male 21 Laborer 4 Iberville St. and Franklin St., New Orleans, LA
Sisley Burke July 12, 1900 Fighting and Disturbing the Peace, Obscene Language, Violating City Ordinances (other) White Female 14 None 2 916 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA
James Burns June 17, 1900 Resisting Arrest White Male 18 None 2 Magazine St. and Terpischore St., New Orleans, LA
F W Burns July 17, 1900 Disturbing the Peace White Male 23 Railroad Man 4 Iberville St. and Franklin St., New Orleans, LA
Ella Burns June 29, 1900 Disturbing the Peace, Prostitution ("Lewd Woman") Colored Female 27 Prostitute 3 Burgundy St. and Conti St., New Orleans, LA
Jno M. Burns July 24, 1900 Disturbing the Peace, Resisting Arrest White Male 24 Laborer 6 Fourth St. and Rampart St., New Orleans, LA
Hy E Burns July 28, 1900 Disturbing the Peace White Male 28 Laborer 3 Canal St. and Water St., New Orleans, LA
Ella Burns July 15, 1900 Larceny, Petty, Prostitution ("Lewd Woman") Colored Female 28 Prostitute 4 Bienville St. and Liberty St., New Orleans, LA
Fred N Burns July 22, 1900 Disturbing the Peace, Malicious Mischief White Male 23 Switchman 10 Metairie Rd. and New Basin, New Orleans, LA
Joseph Burrell July 01, 1900 Drunk, Disturbing the Peace Colored Male 18 Teamster 5 Milneburg, New Orleans, LA
John Burrnett July 03, 1900 Loitering Colored Male 24 Laborer 1 Poydras and Rampart, New Orleans, LA
Jim Bustie June 16, 1900 Disturbing the Peace Colored Male 20 None 6 Josephine St. and Claiborne St., New Orleans, LA

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