According to the police, On the 5th of May At about 9 o’clock the Narcotics Division was conducting operations in the Duhaney Park area when they observed Nooks
Acting in a suspicious manner with a brown paper bag in his hand as he walked towards his 2016 Mercedes-Benz sports utility vehicle.
As the detectives approached him, he opened the vehicle and threw the paper bag inside
Sources told Weird Journal.
According to sources, he was taken to the Duhaney Park Police Station, where the plastic bag containing the white powdery substance was reportedly sealed and labeled “in his presence.”
It’s reported that Nooks’ luxury vehicle was also taken to the station “for safe keeping.”
George Nooks, aka Prince Mohamed, Prince Mohammed, or George Knooks (born c.1958, Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae singer who initially found fame as a deejay.
Nooks is well known for songs such as (God Is Standing By).
George Nooks started his musical career in the youth choir at his church and moved on to perform at school concerts and talent shows. After first recording professionally in 1974,
After first recording professionally in 1974 first found success performing under the name Prince Mohamed.
as a deejay on discomix tracks for producer Joe Gibbs, notably on Dennis Brown’s 1978 hit “Money in my Pocket”
and “How Could I Leave”,
as well as “Light Up Your Spliff” for producer Prince Tony Robinson.
He moved on to work with other producers such as Alvin Ranglin and Bunny Riley.
His first album, a joint effort with General Echo, People Are You Ready, was released on the United Artists subsidiary Ballistic in 1978. This was followed by African Roots, recorded the following year for producer Linval Thompson.
But since 1997 he has been quite prolific, releasing a string of solo albums, as well as albums shared with Glen Washington, Roland Burrell, Singing Melody and Lukie D.
He continues to perform and record, mixing reggae and Gospel. Nooks also works as a producer, and has run his own Total Records label since the early 1990s.