Titus Young" src="http://o.static.foxsports.com/content/fscom/img/2013/05/14/051413-NFL-Lions-Titus-Young-Arrest-DG_20130514123313901_600_400.JPG" alt="" width="600" height="400" /> Titus Young is on a downward spiral with his recent spate of arrests. His father is speaking out now out of concern for his son.
told the Detroit News
that Titus is suffering from a disorder caused by his brain being compressed into the front of his skull. Richard also said his son hasn't been the same since a concussion suffered during his rookie season, however the
never reported such an injury. "His mind is not capable enough to go out and deal with society because of this situation," Richard Young said. This comes on the heels of Titus' latest incident last Friday, when he drove off from his parents' house in Los Angeles and was later arrested after allegedly breaking into a home in San Clemente. "We knew that something had happened to him or he was locked up again," Richard Young said. Titus Young has apparently been prescribed medication for his health issues, but he hasn't been taking it regularly. "He's not dealing with it the way he should be," Richard Young said. "If the judge gives him a court order, then maybe he'll get the help he needs." More details have emerged from his the San Clemente incident. Titus was allegedly in his car in a someone's driveway and then was seen looking into parked cars. "The first call came in at 6 p.m.," Orange County Sheriff spokesman Jim Amormino said. "A resident called and said there was a black Mustang convertible in the driveway of their home. A person was inside the car, but the informant didn't know if they were sleeping, drunk or had a medical issue." When the fire department was called out to the scene, Young sped off and abandoned his car. He later allegedly entered the home of Bill Plattos, who was loading a gun when he heard an intruder breaking in. 'You better get the hell out of my house,'" Plattos yelled when Young allegedly entered his bedroom (according to KTLA News). When police arrived, they allegedly found Young hiding in the bushes. After a brief struggle, Young was taken into custody. When you add this arrest to the two arrests he racked up within 15 hours on May 5 in Moreno Valley, the immediate future looks grim. "The felony charges are certainly mounting up," Amormino said. "Those are serious charges that could do some serious state prison time." Health issues or not, it's time Titus Young gets some serious help. It appears he really needs it.