How many were being charged under anti-sodomy laws before Lawrence vs. Texas?

In reading an otherwise very detailed article on the case it implied cases were rather rare and that the legal community might have been waiting for one so it could be challenged. I assume this differs state by state too and based on the prejudice of the LEO and DA in fact the article pointed out the lawyers went to lengths to hide the identities and circumstances of the charged parties due to race and age. One partner didn’t even consider himself gay and apparently they were worried about juror prejudice.

Does anywhere have info on just how common this charge was before the overturning of all anti-sodomy laws in states that still had it on the books?