Former Lions and Rams wide receiver Titus Young was arraigned Tuesday in Orange County (Calif.) Superior Court and pleaded not guilty to eight charges, according to the county’s online database and multiple published reports.
According to the court’s online database — which is not the official court record but a compilation of some general case filing information, per a disclaimer on the site — Young faces two counts of second-degree burglary and one count of first-degree burglary. All three burglary counts are felonies, according to the court’s online database, and he also faces five misdemeanors.
According to the Detroit News and the Detroit Free Press, two of the burglary charges are related to a May 4 incident in which authorities allege Young twice took items from a Chevron station without paying.
According to the News and Free Press, the other burglary charge and five misdemeanors are in connection with the May 11 incident in which Young was arrested in San Clemente after authorities allege he broke into a home, resisted arrest and fought with officers. According to both publications, Young is still in custody.
A pretrial hearing is slated for May 24, with a preliminary hearing set for May 28.