Titus Young, a standout for Boise State who last played in the NFL for the Detroit Lions, accomplished an impressive feat on Sunday.
He was arrested on Sunday. Twice. In a 14 hour span.
Young was first pulled over just after midnight in Southern California when police spotted him making an illegal left turn. He was booked for driving under the influence and released a short while later.
Then, around 2 p.m., Young was caught jumping the fence at a tow yard in an effort to take back his impounded black Mustang.
He was arrested for burglary and booked again at the same detention center.
The Lions waived Young, a second round draft pick in 2011, in February after multiple disciplinary issues.
He was subsequently claimed off waivers by the St. Louis Rams and released again 10 days later.