- Associated Press - Tuesday, June 16, 2015

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (AP) - The N.C. Attorney General’s Office has threatened to dissolve the nonprofit that runs the Jubilee House, a transitional home for women veterans in Fayetteville.

Multiple news sources report the state said Monday it would shut down the charity unless a list of donations, records of dates, a secured CPA, and established Board of Directors was provided for them. The Office began its investigation in 2012 after complaints that Barbara Marshall, founder and director of Steps & Stages: Disabled Veterans Resource Agency, unnecessarily kicked out women and children from the house and refused to help some homeless veterans.

The Fayetteville Public Works Commission has turned the utilities off twice in the past four months due to unpaid bills, including June 5. PWC spokeswoman Carolyn-Justice Hinson says services were restored Monday morning.

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