San Juan Capo Residents Have Had it with Noisy Professional Skateboarder who Parties Hard

Nyjah Huston is driving his neighbors crazy with noise, trash and damage.

Nyjah Huston. Patch file photo.
Nyjah Huston. Patch file photo.
A professional skateboarder who moved to San Juan Capistrano has not made a good impression on neighbors.

Nyjah Huston, 19, an XGames gold medalist, is due in court Thursday for a pretrial hearing stemming from a Feb. 22 noise violation, according to ESPN.

KCAL News reports that deputies have been called to the Hilltop Way residence more than 20 times in the last nine months. Neighbors complain the parties attract hundreds, and while Huston's Instagram account may not show the multitudes, it does show a good time was had by many. 

Reports ESPN: Hallock said his department is actively building an additional public nuisance case against Huston to present to the Orange County district attorney.

phil June 25, 2014 at 01:32 PM
"noise, trash and damage".......just another night in the alley behind Pukes and Goodys.
kitty rodriguez June 25, 2014 at 08:04 PM
Take his skate board away and give him time out in his room standing in the corner. If he wants to act immature then treat him like a young child. If he boo hoos about it have him write 100 sentences saying " I will think about others and be more quiet at recess time".
Bella July 01, 2014 at 08:46 PM
His ass will eventually get kicked! He won't be a hot shot professional skateboarder for long. Let's see how the Capo po po handle this.
debbiebrown10 July 06, 2014 at 09:36 PM
He can move to Seapoint in SC next to Sheckler.
Penny Arévalo July 07, 2014 at 12:00 AM
He did plead guilty to the infraction and had to pay a $50 fine.


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