George Nooks to Sue Police Over Recent Fake Arrest

Reggae News, Veteran Gospel Reggae singer George Nooks is left feeling some type of way after being arrested in ST. Andrew recently and spending 3 days behind bars for a crime that he did not get charged for. According to the police, Nooks throw away a capsule which allegedly contained a substance while being approached by cops in Liguanea.

The capsule and George Nooks was taken to the police station to be questioned, in a strange twist the police claim that Nooks swallowed the capsule while at the police station, he was subsequently taken to the Kingston Public Hospital and held under police guard, Nooks was later released on Sunday, April 28.

George Nooks’ attorney Tom Tavares-Finson states that he will be taking the matter further through the legal channels. “His vehicle was searched, he has not been charged nor interrogated, I don’t know what all of this is about,” Tavares-Finson explained. “We’re looking to file a lawsuit for false arrest. I never see anything like this yet.”

George Nooks who is now 56 years old has been out on $80,000 bail since 2017 for cocaine possession charge. Nooks is popularly known from songs such as “God Is Standing By” and “Money in My Pocket.”
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