Bruno, Victor

Bruno, Victor

(1921–2011)
Modernist architect who designed homes and businesses throughout the New Orleans area. One of Bruno’s highly visible buildings is the Gallery Apartments complex in the Garden District of New Orleans, LA. It features a glass-encased lobby and a concrete screen that runs up the five-story facade between jutting balconies. An admirer of Frank Lloyd Wright.
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SUAREZ, JOSE ANTONETTI, a/k/a "Superman," a/k/a "Joey," JOSE FERNANDEZ, a/k/a "Huele," ARIEL BRUNO, VICTOR ALEJANDRO, a/k/a "Tito," FELICIA CASTILLO, JAVIER ROBLES, a/k/a "Nene," DERRILYN NEEDHAM, a/k/a "Ingrid," JOEY FIGUEROA, CHRISTIAN QUINONES, DONOVAN FRANCIS, a/k/a "Brian," WILLIAM MENDOZA, a/k/a "Willie Benz," COREY THOMPSON, MICHAEL CARDOZA, a/k/a "John," DAVID TIRU, a/k/a "Jus," BARON GONZALEZ and RICHARD RIVERA.
SUAREZ, JOSE ANTONETTI, JOSE FERNANDEZ, ARIEL BRUNO, VICTOR ALEJANDRO and FELICIA CASTILLO with conspiring to commit robberies of narcotics dealers and commercial establishments in the Bronx from in or around September 2001 through and including in or around December 2003, committing numerous such gunpoint robberies during the same time frame and using, possessing, brandishing and discharging firearms during the robberies.