Titus Young’s arrests keep piling up after authorities took the former Detroit Lions wide receiver into custody this week for the third time in the last seven days.
According to Orange County Sheriff’s spokesman Lt. Joe Balicki, the 23-year-old footballer was picked up late Friday night in San Clemente, California.
According to Balicki, Young was arrested after he was caught breaking into a home.
After police were called to the scene, Young fought with several deputies and led them on a foot chance.
Young was charged with attempted burglary, assaulting an officer, and resisting arrest.
Police officers called the run-in a “brief struggle” and noted that he “wanted to fight with the deputies.”
You may recall that Young was arrested last Sunday in Riverside County. During his Riverside arrest, police believed he was driving under the influence of alcohol. Later that same day, Young was arrested as he attempted to break his car out of an impound yard.
This is hardly Young’s first run-ins with the law. The Detroit Lions cut Titus Young from their roster after he was disciplined multiple times last season. At one point, Titus Young intentionally linked up wrong during a Week 14 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Following his complete insubordination, the Lions quickly cut him, and he was eventually picked up on waivers by the St. Louis Rams who released him 10 days later.
Titus Young’s arrests weren’t his only issues,. He also punched teammate Louis Delmas during an offseason workout program and he was sent home twice for other behavior.
As of Sunday afternoon, Titus Young’s arrest kept him behind bars with a $75,000 bail.
No comments about the former NFL players arrests have been made public at this time.
Do you think Titus Young will return to the NFL or end up spending serious time behind bars?