Troubled former Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young, who'd been in and out of jail and rehab since being arrested three times in a one-week span in 2013, was shown mercy by a judge who gave the 25-year-old probation instead of a prison sentence. "I can't tolerate any violation from you," said Judge Michael J. Schultz, who sentenced Young to five years' probation and one year...
By Jesse Reed Titus Young will not face prison time for felony assault charges stemming from his strange, violent behavior in 2013. Instead, the Los Angeles County Superior Court has given him a chance to change his ways, giving him five years probation, rather than locking him up. According to David Leon Moore of USA TODAY Sports, Young has a one-year stay at Crosby Center, an...
At one time former Boise State wide receiver Titus Young appeared to have a promising career ahead of him with the Detroit Lions. That is, until he decided he didn't have to do what he was supposed to do on the field and went on a bit of a crime spree back in 2013 and again in 2014.It appears that he will finally be answering for at least one of the crimes he committed.via TwitterRead more »
Former Lions WR Titus Young continues to be a productive member of society. According to David Leon Moore of USA Today, Young was apparently arrested in Los Angeles on felony battery charges with bail set at $105,000. No other details on Young’s arrest were revealed but it did occur a day before Young was scheduled to appear at a pretrial hearing in Newport Beach, California...
Former Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young is once again hospitalized. Young is a very talented young man and showed flashes with the Lions that justified his 2nd round draft pick status with the team in the 2011 NFL draft. What treatment Young is receiving is undisclosed, just that he is in safe place and that his court appearances will be delayed by the current treatment....
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