Boston Police report arresting a Roxbury man on charges he was renting rooms in his Roxbury home to prostitutes.
Police arrested Nathan Andrews, a.k.a. Farhad Ahmed, 75, at his 131 Eustis St. home around 5:30 p.m. yesterday on a charge of allowing premises to be used for an immoral purpose. Police say he was arrested after an alleged lady of the late afternoon told an undercover officer she would charge him $100 "for a half hour that included everything" - out of which she would pay Andrews $20 for use of one of his rooms for two hours.
The woman, Shannon-Lynn Quigley, a.k.a., Cinnamon, 35, of Jamaica Plain, was also arrested, on a charge of prostitution.
Two other women and a man found inside the residence were questioned, then released.
Police add they had had the house under surveillance for awhile:
Officers familiar with this area observed several persons going in and out of the residence at all hours of the day and night. One person seen leaving 131 Eustis Street stated to officers that they were there to see "Cinnamon" and provided her telephone number.