Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 5/7/13
Titus Young found out that setting records in the NFL is not easy, so he decided to try making history off the field. The former Detroit Lions wide receiver was arrested twice in less than a 15-hour span on Sunday, a Riverside, Calif., public information officer told Larry Brown Sports. Young was arrested around 12:01 a.m. Sunday morning by a Moreno Valley Police officer who was conducting a traffic stop. The officer says he was waiting in a left turn lane getting ready to turn when a black Mustang came up from behind and passed him on his left. The Mustang, which was being drive by Young, went against oncoming traffic before turning left. The officer conducted a traffic stop and arrested Young for DUI. The former Lion was booked into the Robert Presley Detention Center and was released after signing a promise to appear in court. Then, later that day, Young was arrested again. Young was arrested a second time around 2:22 p.m. for climbing over the fence of the towing company to try retrieving his car. He was arrested for burglary. The DUI is a misdemeanor and the burglary charge is a felony. Young was a second-round pick of the Lions in 2011, but he was released by the team after the season. The St. Louis Rams picked him up off waivers but released him nine days later. Young is currently a free agent. Young was sent home from the Lions’ organized team activities last year after punching a teammate. He headbutted an opponent in Week 1, was sent home for the Thanksgiving game for sabotaging his team in the week before by intentionally lining up in the wrong spot. We’re guessing Young’s days in the NFL are over. Details of Young’s arrests were first reported by the Oakland Press.
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