Boston Police report officers added to downtown patrols after recent armed robberies in the State Street area came across a dozen people loitering in front of "No Trespassing" signs in the plaza at Milk and India streets around 3:20 a.m. and arrested two on gun charges, one on drug charges and a fourth on an outstanding larceny warrant.
While on scene, officers arrested Sixianaliz Guzman, 22, of Roxbury, after recovering a loaded .22 caliber Rohm RG10 revolver and a Glock 19 handgun which was missing its trigger assembly from inside a backpack the suspect was carrying. Officers also arrested Filsdyn Modan, 25, of Someville, following the recovery of a loaded .22 caliber Ruger MKII handgun from inside his backpack. Officers then arrested Kadir Tirmizey, 26, of Saugus on drug related charges after recovering a large plastic bag of marijuana, a smaller plastic bag of cocaine, a digital scale and $479.00 in U.S. Currency from a bag he had been carrying. Officers arrested a fourth individual, identified as Shanna Nyelle, 21, of Boston, after discovering she was wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant sought out of Woburn District Court on a charge of Larceny Over $1200.
Guzman and Filsdyn Modan were charged with unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, carrying a loaded firearm and trespassing, police say. Tirmizey was charged with possession of Class B and D drugs with intent to distribute.
The remaining eight people were charged with trespassing and released, police say.