This alert may not be shared outside your organization, Do Not Repost or send, place on other websites, List servers, or send to others via email, including other associations or parties.  Members and Law enforcement use only. Contact us for any permissions.  To do otherwise will result in the loss of membership.

Complete Story


Men accused of forging more than $750K in money orders

The Shelby Star

A Shelby man, along with three others from Charlotte, is accused of cashing in on fake money orders to gain more than $750,000. 

Ravenna Lee Dorsey, Jr., 33, of Charlotte, Jaren Jamar Hopkins-Benton, 28, of Charlotte, Gregory Jeremy Singleton, 27, of Charlotte, and Shawn Joanta Brooks, 40, of Shelby, were each charged Thursday with conspiracy to defraud the United States by possessing and passing forged and altered USPS money orders, and possession of stolen and fraudulently altered USPS money orders. 


Printer-Friendly Version



The FRPA alert system distinguishes us from other groups by gathering and providing information to law enforcement, retailers AND financial institutions.

more information


Your electronic library to help in fighting financial fraud for all of our partners.

more information