Putnam County Woman Accused of Multiple Counts of Identity Theft
A Putnam County woman is accused of stealing a person’s identity.
On Feb., 8, New York State Police from Cortlandt arrested 33-year-old Rebecca P. Simmons of Putnam Valley for forgery, second-degree identity theft, criminal possession of stolen property, felonies, and a misdemeanor for third-degree identity theft.
On January 23, troopers received a complaint about a possible identity theft in the town of Cortlandt. Investigators learned that Simmons made multiple purchases with a stolen credit card, police say.
Simmons was arraigned before the town of Cortlandt Court and released on her own recognizance.
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