William Head allegedly conducted massages that were thought to have edged into prostitution — and the investigating officer heard unconfirmed reports that Head “possibly had the HIV virus and had transmitted that virus to another male.” The officer soon found advertisements for Head’s services under the name Bear Body Works on a couple of websites, including backpage.com. On August 7, a detective phoned Head, who identified himself as “Tor,” and made an appointment for later that evening. Upon his arrival, the undercover cop confirmed the price for the massage — $60 — and asked about “extras.” Head reportedly said he also performed erotic massages, including a prostate massage, plus hand jobs and blow jobs. Moreover, he noted that these services were covered by the $60 fee. At that point, Head was arrested, and during a subsequent interview, he told officers he’d tested positive for HIV in October 2010 and was told at that time he had AIDS — a diagnosis confirmed by a second test shortly thereafter. He’s been treated for the ailment at a local VA hospital since then but has continued to do massages, as he’s done since 2007.