Stolen FMCSA laptop affects 40 carriers

A laptop belonging to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) was stolen from a government vehicle in Baltimore, MD, last week, the agency has announced

A laptop belonging to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) was stolen from a government vehicle in Baltimore, MD, last week, the agency has announced.

FMCSA said the laptop may contain personally identifiable information on 193 individuals who hold a commercial driver’s license (CDL) from 40 motor carrier companies. The agency said the laptop contained individual names, dates of birth, and CDL numbers. It does not appear that the laptops contained any financial or medical information, FMCSA said.

The 40 motor carrier companies have been notified of the theft of the laptop and have been given the names of the employees whose information may be on the laptop, as well as the states that issued the CDLs.

Drivers from the affected companies should contact their employers, FMCSA said, or contact FMCSA’s hotline at 800-832-5660.

The motor carriers that may be affected are:

Amato Industries Inc.
Anthony Smallwood
B & J Auto Body & Care
Besche Oil Company Inc.
Burch Oil Co Inc.
Chesapeake Transportation LLC
Connally Contracting Corp.
Continental Transport
Ejay’s Environmental Services
Entzian Enterprises
Ernest Maier Inc.
Evergro Landscaping Inc.
G & R Transportation Inc.
Goodwood
Green Petroleum
H S Henry Trucking
Jaime Alberto Rojas
Jose Dejesus Carbajal
Junk In The Trunk LLC
L P Fleming Jr. Trucking Inc.
Lasting Impressions Landscape Contractors Inc.
Ludow O Bryan
Malik Holdings Inc.
Malik Transportation
Marcelino Rojas
MCT Charter Tours Inc.
Premo Building and Remodeling Inc.
Riverside Petroleum Co.
Rojas Transport Inc.
Safeway Van Lines Inc.
SSI Custom Plastics
Taylor Gas Company Inc.
Universal Fuel Inc. Winslow Pump & Well Inc.
YICY Inc.

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