Morgan made his mark in the 1980s, becoming RCA’s first reggae artist and recording the album Make My Day. Police pulled Morgan ove rafter he allegedly rolled through a stop sign in The Bronx, according to the New York Times. Noticing the strong scent of marijuana wafting from the car, police asked Morgan about the odor and were told it was emanating from the car’s trunk.

Sure enough, upon opening the trunk, police discovered it was filled with two bags totaling 25 pounds of the demon weed.

But wait, there’s more. Lots more.

Questioning Morgan further, police eventually ended up at a two-story brick building in The Bronx where they observed 46-year-old Wayne Swavy leaving the building and getting into a car with what appeared to be bundles of marijuana under his arms. Officers then pulled him over to find he was carrying 16 pounds of pot. After obtaining a search warrant, police discovered 310 pounds of cannabis in bales and bags in the building, bringing the day’s stash to 351 pounds of weed, valued anywhere between $140,000 to $350,000, depending on potency.

And Morgan? The Times is unclear as to whether Morgan was charged with any drug violation. However, it did say the reggae artist was charge with running a stop sign as well as not wearing a seat belt while driving – two violations that, if convicted, could ruin your whole day.