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MANY CONVICTED IN DISTRICT COURT

May 30, 1929

Of the 21 cases which have gone to trial during the May term of court, 18 of them have resulted in convictions or pleas of guilty, records of Sheriff Walter Larcade show.

NAME CHARGE BILL PLEA SENTENCE - NOTES
Regis Bergeron Cutting with intent to kill   G Not less than 16 months nor more than 24 months in prison.
Evans Guillory Larceny G   Two to three years in prison.
Joe Houston Cutting with intent to kill   G Two to three years.
Ignatius Malbrough*

Called “Ignace” in another article.

Shooting with intent to kill   G Two to three years.
Noah Dupont Hitting with claw hammer with intent to kill   G Not less than 16 months nor more than 24 months in prison.
Lawrence Wimberly Murder without capital punishment G   In connection with the death of John Bernard
Strlin Fluellin Breaking and entering and larceny in day time G   One year in prison
Joe Davis Cutting with intent to kill   G 18 to 27 months in prison.
Melancon Vaillon Cutting with intent to kill     On trial May 30, 1929 on a charge of cutting Moise and Abraham Miller.
Dudley Banks Cutting with intent to kill     Trial schedule for May 30, 1929. In paper of May 30th got 4 months in jail.
Bob Frederick Larceny G   Four months in jail
Leo Caswell Disturbing peace G   30 days in jail
Felix Dugas Non-support G   Sentenced to jail for 3 months.
Lawrence Boudreaux Disturbing peace G   10 days in jail
Eugene Nolan Disturbing peace G   10 days in jail
John Nolan Disturbing peace G   10 days in jail
Wilson Gotreaux Disturbing peace G   10 days in jail
Dora Daigle Disturbing peace G   Fined $10.

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