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Name Date of Arrest Charges Race Sex Age Occupation Precinct Location of Arrestsort descending
Edward Bertonniere June 23, 1900 Cutting and Wounding White Male 37 Barber 10
William Lorenz July 02, 1900 Selling Adulterated Milk White Male 35 Dairyman 5
V Priez June 15, 1900 Other White Male 17 Laborer 5
Phoebe Jones June 29, 1900 Insult and Abuse, Disturbing the Peace Colored Female 22 Housekeeper 5
Nellie Watkins June 30, 1900 Insult and Abuse White Female 35 Housekeeper 4
St. Clair Adams June 22, 1900 Insult and Abuse, Disturbing the Peace White Male 24 Lawyer 3
B Otero July 23, 1900 Violating City Ordinances (other) White Male 60 Supr 3
E P Vautier June 27, 1900 Insult and Abuse, Disturbing the Peace White Female 40 Housekeeper 3
Whitney Meyer June 20, 1900 Insult and Abuse, Disturbing the Peace White Male 15 None 5
William Bach June 19, 1900 Insult and Abuse, Disturbing the Peace White Male 28 Merchant 3
Toney Agnelly July 02, 1900 Disturbing the Peace White Male 30 Carpenter 5
Raplh Tobin June 29, 1900 Illegal Swimming White Male 14 None 11
Mrs R. L. Paterson July 02, 1900 Insult and Abuse White Female 30 Housekeeper 4
Annie Brady June 22, 1900 Insult and Abuse, Disturbing the Peace White Female 36 Housekeeper 3
H A Monroe July 15, 1900 Disturbing the Peace White Male 33 Laborer 5
Jules Vaze July 21, 1900 Insult and Abuse Colored Male 24 Laborer 4
Marie Vautier June 27, 1900 Insult and Abuse, Disturbing the Peace White Female 18 Housekeeper 3
Samuel Bach June 19, 1900 Insult and Abuse, Disturbing the Peace White Male 59 Merchant 3
Henry Borges July 11, 1900 Disturbing the Peace White Male 22 Painter 5
Taylor Watson July 26, 1900 Concealed Weapon Colored Male 22 Laborer 1
G Discarlo June 29, 1900 Disturbing the Peace, Violating City Ordinances (other) White Male 24 Shoemaker 6
Edgar Ramond July 03, 1900 Insult and Abuse White Male 28 Peddler 4
Charles Ewing June 22, 1900 Insult and Abuse, Disturbing the Peace White Female 38 Housekeeper 3
M Picheloup June 28, 1900 Selling Adulterated Milk Colored Male 39 Dairyman 5
Mrs. Loretta Pascal July 16, 1900 Disturbing the Peace Colored Female 28 Housekeeper 5

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