Titus Young released from jail after 27 days


SANTA ANA, Calif. - Former Boise State and Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young has posted $50,000 bond and has been released from an Orange County jail where he was being held for allegedly trying to burglarize a San Clemente home.

According to the Orange County Sheriffs' inmate tracking website, Young posted bond and was released Thursday. In Orange County, Young faces four felonies and seven misdemeanors stemming from a May 11 break-in that ended in a scuffle with two police officers.

Riverside County prosecutors have charged the 23-year-old with trespassing. He was arrested there May 5 for allegedly driving under the influence and was arrested again that day for allegedly trying to steal his car from a Moreno Valley tow yard. The mother of his son also filed for a permanent restraining order, citing threats of domestic violence.

Young has two upcoming court dates: Wednesday in Riverside County (hearing on permanent restraining order) and June 24 in Orange County (pretrial hearing).

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