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SANTA ANA, CALIF. (AP) - Former Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young has posted 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 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.
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