Here are some highlights from police logs throughout the Greater Boston area:
Man Released in Drug Lab Scandal Arrested Again: An alleged drug dealer who was awarded an early release from his prison sentence because of the ongoing state drug lab crisis was in court again this week facing a new slew of drug-related charges.
Torrie Haynes, 30, of Dorchester was arraigned Tuesday, Nov. 13 in Suffolk Superior Court on charges of distribution of a class B substance as a subsequent offense, two counts of assault and battery on a police officer and resisting arrest, according to a press release from Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley.
Woman Allegedly Caught Selling Half Hour of Sexual Services for $140: Victoria Rodriguez, 21, of Las Vegas, N.V., was arrested at 23 Cummings St. in Somerville and charged with sexual conduct for a fee.
According to a police report, detectives set up a sting operation, and an undercover detective allegedly arranged to meet Rodriguez at 23 Cummings St., La Quinta Inn & Suites. Rodriguez was charging $140 for a half hour and $240 for an hour of sexual contact, the report says.
Papa John's Driver Tries to Run Down Pedestrian in Inman Square: An employee of Papa John's Pizza, driving a car with a Papa John's sign on it, tried to run down a pedestrian outside Parlor Sports Bar in Cambridge's Inman Square, according to allegations in a police report.
The victim told police he had parked on Beacon Street across from Parlor Sports and was crossing the street in the crosswalk when Junior Dornevil, 23, of 246 Middlesex Ave., Medford, stopped his green Honda Civic, got out, chest bumped, pushed and spat on the victim, according to the report.
Dornevil then got back into his Civic and "gunned the car" toward the victim, only to be stopped by the curb, the report says.
Somerville Man Pleads Guilty to Filming Women in YMCA Locker Room: Ryan Perez, 25, of Somerville, was arrested in November of 2011 and charged with taking videos of women in the locker room of the YMCA.
Perez pleaded guilty, according to an announcement from the Middlesex District Attorney's office.