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According to the Hudson Reporter, Espana was rumored as possible Ward C candidate on Fulop ticket. She was active in the 2013 campaign. http://www.hudsonreporter.com/view/fu ... stance=latest_storyQuote:

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Jersey City police responded to Mayor Steve Fulop's home on Ogden Avenue in the Heights around 7:30 tonight after a woman was found inside the house, according to sources.

The sources said it was the second arrest of the same stalker.

A 30-year-old female was arrested and charged with burglary, harassment, and stalking, said city spokeswoman Kimberly Wallace-Scalcione.

No other information is available at this time.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... aken_into_custody_at.html

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isn't it Healy's term as mayor? Was it actually Fulop's nomination from Ward E??.


Mayors usually stay out of Women of Action awards. Each council person nominates two or three women. The press release from that year lists Espana as one of Fulop's choices.

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I stand corrected, but isn't it Healy's term as mayor? Was it actually Fulop's nomination from Ward E??



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http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... y_to_honor_27_at_14t.html

Not listed as one of the nominees - looks like the NJ.com didn't research its own story.


Stephanie Espana? She's on there.

Tonight’s honorees are Pamela Gardner, Esther Wintner, Vidya Gangadin, Cynthia T. Harris, Diana Nunez, Patricia Greene Alston, Robin Pinkowitz, Lycel Villanueva, Betty Martin, Rossana Villaflor, Elizabeth Deegan, Diane Sears, Phoebe Sottolano, Lauren “Luca” Cusolito, Akisia Grigsby, Andrea Koenig-Feldman, Rosalie Laureano, Dorcey Yaskell Winant, Irene Borngraeber, Olga Maccaronio, Patricia Roda, Stephanie España, Evette Gaetan, Jacqueline Powell-Wicks, Dainty A. R. Mcintyre, Brenda Pettiford and Denise Ridley.

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http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... y_to_honor_27_at_14t.html

Not listed as one of the nominees - looks like the NJ.com didn't research its own story.


Stephanie Espana? She's on there.

Tonight’s honorees are Pamela Gardner, Esther Wintner, Vidya Gangadin, Cynthia T. Harris, Diana Nunez, Patricia Greene Alston, Robin Pinkowitz, Lycel Villanueva, Betty Martin, Rossana Villaflor, Elizabeth Deegan, Diane Sears, Phoebe Sottolano, Lauren “Luca” Cusolito, Akisia Grigsby, Andrea Koenig-Feldman, Rosalie Laureano, Dorcey Yaskell Winant, Irene Borngraeber, Olga Maccaronio, Patricia Roda, Stephanie España, Evette Gaetan, Jacqueline Powell-Wicks, Dainty A. R. Mcintyre, Brenda Pettiford and Denise Ridley.

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http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... y_to_honor_27_at_14t.html

Not listed as one of the nominees - looks like the NJ.com didn't research its own story.


Read again. Next to last line of the list of honorees.

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http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... y_to_honor_27_at_14t.html

Not listed as one of the nominees - looks like the NJ.com didn't research its own story.


LOL... I sort of figured it was some sort of typo when I read it. Just to keep this thread on a downward spiral.... do we know if she is a legally registered voter? The suspect that is... not Yvonne.

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http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... y_to_honor_27_at_14t.html

Not listed as one of the nominees - looks like the NJ.com didn't research its own story.

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Who is crazier, the stalker or yvonne? Hard to tell
lol. I mentioned that a stalker broke into the mayor's house and my friend's first words were "was it Yvonne?"


Touchy, touchy, touchy, no one here can ask a legimate question? Yes, it is strange that an award ceremony that was created to honor females who serve the community was being corrupted in the name of politics. There are many good people who do volunteer work in Ward E and it is a shame that they were overlooked for politics.

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Who is crazier, the stalker or yvonne? Hard to tell
lol. I mentioned that a stalker broke into the mayor's house and my friend's first words were "was it Yvonne?"

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Who is crazier, the stalker or yvonne? Hard to tell

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I think Yvonne is just pissed that nobody has ever wanted to nominate her.

Yvonne, you could probably be an at least marginally useful person if you had even just the most basic research skills. Then you'd find out that it's not uncommon for council members to nominate women outside of their ward: http://jcnj-prod.serverside.net/uploa ... s/WOMEN%20OF%20ACTION.pdf

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I doubt that anyone cares except for you Yvonne. You obviously have way too much time on your hands. Fulop was running for Mayor in 2013 and of course he'd want to get his name out there in other Wards besides his own...


"Fulop was running for Mayor in 2013 and of course he'd want to get his name out there in other Wards besides his own... " So you are saying Fulop abused this award and ignored the females who worked at block associations, volunteered at senior events, or do other things to make Ward E a better place to live? Are you trying to say the mayor is that shallow person? I am still curious what a 24 year did in order to earn this award.


Oh for crying out loud, the award was given to 27 honorees as part of Jersey City's recognition of March as Women's History Month. Exactly what she did, I don't know. I don't care. But you seem obsessed about needing to know the answer to that.

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I doubt that anyone cares except for you Yvonne. You obviously have way too much time on your hands. Fulop was running for Mayor in 2013 and of course he'd want to get his name out there in other Wards besides his own...


"Fulop was running for Mayor in 2013 and of course he'd want to get his name out there in other Wards besides his own... " So you are saying Fulop abused this award and ignored the females who worked at block associations, volunteered at senior events, or do other things to make Ward E a better place to live? Are you trying to say the mayor is that shallow person? I am still curious what a 24 year did in order to earn this award.

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I doubt that anyone cares except for you Yvonne. You obviously have way too much time on your hands. Fulop was running for Mayor in 2013 and of course he'd want to get his name out there in other Wards besides his own...

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"In 2012, she was one of Fulop's "Women of Action" honorees at an annual city event where council people celebrate notable Jersey City women." In 2012, Fulop was still a councilman when this award is given in March of that year, so why did the councilman honor someone outside his ward? The address indicates someone in Wards C or D.
oh my god Yvonne who effing cares, not everything is a conspiracy.


I never said it was a conspiracy, I said councilpeople normally give awards to people in their wards. She would have been 24 years old at that time, so what did she do that allowed Fulop recognize her, instead someone in his own ward?

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"In 2012, she was one of Fulop's "Women of Action" honorees at an annual city event where council people celebrate notable Jersey City women." In 2012, Fulop was still a councilman when this award is given in March of that year, so why did the councilman honor someone outside his ward? The address indicates someone in Wards C or D.
oh my god Yvonne who effing cares, not everything is a conspiracy.

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"In 2012, she was one of Fulop's "Women of Action" honorees at an annual city event where council people celebrate notable Jersey City women." In 2012, Fulop was still a councilman when this award is given in March of that year, so why did the councilman honor someone outside his ward? The address indicates someone in Wards C or D.

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She's just making Jersey City hers.

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Prosecutors want to detain alleged stalker of Jersey City mayor

JERSEY CITY — The 30-year-old woman accused of stalking Mayor Steve Fulop, who once honored her as a Jersey City "woman of action," will remain behind bars until at least Thursday.

Stephanie Espana, of Jersey City, was arrested Sunday night after authorities say she was found inside Fulop's Ogden Avenue home at about 7 p.m. Espana made her first court appearance Monday afternoon, with the assistant prosecutor handling the case saying she wants to have Espana evaluated by a mental health professional.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... fulop_stalker_update.html


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This story gets even crazier... not to mention the suspect. It isn't easy being a public figure.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... fulop_stalker_update.html

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Even a home security alarm system... you would think that would have been a enhanced security recommendation after the first incident?

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doesn't the mayor have a patrol car outside his house at all times? scary that a stalker could get inside his house.

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Jersey City police responded to Mayor Steve Fulop's home on Ogden Avenue in the Heights around 7:30 tonight after a woman was found inside the house, according to sources.

The sources said it was the second arrest of the same stalker.

A 30-year-old female was arrested and charged with burglary, harassment, and stalking, said city spokeswoman Kimberly Wallace-Scalcione.

No other information is available at this time.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... aken_into_custody_at.html

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