ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Ramapo police are reminding area residents to regularly check their credit reports for any suspicious activity following an incident that was reported on Friday.
A local resident told police she had received a letter stating that her identity had been compromised by her patient files with Bon Secours Health System, according to officials.
The investigating officer was able to confirm that the letter she had received was mailed from the health agency, police report.
In all, the company mailed letters to about 655,000 patients, 29,000 of whom live in New York, to inform them of the situation and offer support and resources, according to officials.
Bon Secours has established a call center to assist patients with the matter, police report.
Those with concerns or questions can call 888-522-8917 between 9 a.m.and 9 p.m. weekdays, or click here for additional information.
Ramapo police officers investigated 10 motor vehicle accidents Friday, according to officials.
Five of the accidents – two in Airmont and one each in Tallman, Monsey, Hillcrest – resulted in injuries, police report.
The remaining accidents, which involved property damage only, occurred in Monsey, Airmont, Chestnut Ridge, Hillcrest and Sloatsburg.
Ramapo police responded to 126 calls for service Friday, including eight medical emergencies, 16 alarm activations and five fire calls.
A total of two arrests were made; charges included harassment in the second degree and an arrest warrant, according to officials.
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