The Daily Numbers - Jan. 28

The Daily Numbers: 2 robberies in western part of Delco in which the suspect threatened clerks with hypodermic needle he said contained HIV-infected blood.
4 day manhunt for Corey Cooper, suspect in Chester stray-bullet shooting, that ended when he turned himself in yesterday.
2 year veteran of the Philadelphia Police who faces charges of domestic assault in Upper Darby.
36, age of man who police say jumped in a Ridley Township Police SUV and fled. He was captured, along with the SUV, in Upper Darby.
1st degree murder charge against Darby pastor that was dropped yesterday in shooting death of his son on Christmas Day. He still faces third-degree murder and other charges.
1,000 in merchandise police say was ripped off from the Babies ‘R’ Us in Springfield.
499 bucks, what it will cost you to get your hands on one of those swanky new iPad tablet computers rolled out yesterday by Apple.
4 billion dollars in damages being sought by local developer Brian O’Neill in a suit against Citizens Bank.
116,000 dollar fine slapped on Foxwoods by the state Gaming Control Board for failing to meet the deadline to submit construction plans for planned Philly casino.
1.02 billion in revenue reported by software giant SAP, with its HQ in Newtown Square, in fourth quarter. That’s down from last year.
2 people and a dog who have now been attacked by raccoons in Wilmington. A similar raccoon attack in Philly also is under investigation.
50,000 dollar reward now posted for info in shooting deaths of two pet dogs in Chadds Ford.
90 million jackpot now up for grabs Saturday night in the Powerball drawing. No one hit last night.
1 of 3 men charged in brutal home invasion slaying in Montgomery County who took the stand and admitted his role in the killing yesterday.
10 months in prison for former pal of longtime state Sen. Vince Fumo.
Howard Cain of Wayne pleaded guilty for not filing income tax returns.
3 teens found dead in a car in a frozen pond in Zelionople, Pa.
15 days in the rubble for a teen in Haiti who was pulled to safety yesterday.
19-1 start for No. 3 Villanova, who beat Notre Dame in Big East contest last night.
15, as in No. 15 Temple, which fell last night at Charlotte.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.Does that goofy smile that Donovan McNabb is always flashing bother anyone else, or is it just me?
I Don’t Get It: You walk out of the police station after booked and released on a pot possession charge. What do you do? Jump in a red police SUV and take off, of course. I don’t get it.
Today’s Upper: Kudos to those residents of Chester who turned up the heat on the suspect in a street shooting that left an innocent bystander in critical condition. Corey Cooper turned himself in yesterday.
Quote Box: “It was a whole yar’s worth of tears that wenated to flood, to see that my boy was coming off the bus.”
- Dori Oliver, on shedding a few tears as she greeted her Marine son yesterday in Ridley after he returned from Iraq.