Young misses pre-trial hearing for 'personal reasons'

(KBOI) - Titus Young did not appear in court for his pre-trial hearing Monday morning. According to USA Today, Young's lawyer Altus W. Hudson II said "personal reasons" and a delay in Young's psychological evaluation were to blame.

Superior Court Judge Andre Manssourian issued and then held a bench warrant for $100,000. The move means there's no warrant now, but if Young does not show for his rescheduled pre-trial hearing on July 2, a warrant will be issued for his arrest.

The former Boise State Bronco and Detroit Lion faces 11 counts, including three for burglary, and one for attempted burglary.