Romelu Lukaku was given a citation by police in Los Angeles after failing to heed repeated warnings over noise from a party last Sunday.
Lukaku, poised to complete a move from Everton to Manchester United, was warned by police officers five times over noise from a daytime party following multiple complaints from neighbours.
Sgt. Jay Kim says Lukaku was not handcuffed or booked on July 2 for the misdemeanour of excessive noise, and the Belgium international is scheduled to appear in Los Angeles Superior Court on Oct. 2.
The police said: "On July 2, 2017, at approximately 8 p.m, Beverly Hills Police Department officers arrested a 24-year-old male subject by the name of Romelu Lukaku Bolingoli.
"Bolingoli received a misdemeanour citation for Beverly Hills Municipal Code Violation 5-1-104 - Excessive Noise.
"The citation was issued after officers responded to five other noise complaints from the same location, which resulted in verbal warnings.
"These noise violations occurred at a residence in Beverly Hills where Bolingoli was temporarily residing.
"Bolingoli was released at the scene with the citation and was not physically arrested.''
On Saturday, United announced that they had agreed a deal with Everton to sign the 24-year-old Belgium international.
Lukaku trained with United midfielder Paul Pogba at UCLA in California on Thursday and could now be part of the club's first preseason session in LA on Monday.
United are set pay £75 million for the striker, who will move to Old Trafford after undergoing a medical -- scheduled to take place on Saturday afternoon in Los Angeles -- and agreeing personal terms.
Chelsea had made a last-ditch attempt to hijack Lukaku's proposed move to Old Trafford by matching United's bid on Friday.
But Lukaku has decided to join United and the deal should be completed over the weekend.