The Daily Numbers - April 15
18, age of both Kamara and the suspect in the shooting, Tristin Fisher.
73 dollars collected by a couple of SEPTA workers to replace the money stolen in a donation jar for Easter Seals on Easter Sunday.
50-40 percent advantage for Republican Pat Toomey over Arlen Specter in a general election race, according to Rasmussen poll.
47-37 percent edge for Toomey over Joe Sestak in same poll.
10 million taxpayers who still have to come to grips with today’s deadline for filing their federal taxes.
75,000 dollars swindled from the Cherry Tree Knoll Home Owners Association by a mother and daughter. They were sentenced this week to jail time.
500 tons of steel that was used in building the World Trade Center which is now back where it was created, Lukens Steel in Coatesville. It will become part of museum at the old plant.
21, age of woman who reported being abducted and raped by 2 men after she stepped out of Wilmington restaurant to use her cell phone.
2 soldiers from the region killed in training flight of Navy jet in Georgia.
3 Haddonfield High School students in N.J. charged with hacking into the school’s computer system to change grades.
1,000,000 dollars won by a woman from Delanco, N.J., in the annual Pillsbury Bake-Off contest.
22, age of Temple University senior from Ephrata who turned himself in yesterday in the hit-run case involving a Temple law student.
77,675 dollars the feds say Philly car dealer Gary Barbera cheated the government out of on his taxes.
2 boys involved in rape case in Trenton involving a 7-year-old girl whose attorney now says police coerced them into making their statements.
81, age of woman found slain in her home in Upper Deerfield, N.J.
212 million dollars up for grabs in Saturday night’s Powerball jackpot. No one hit last night.
3,000 rowers who will be back on the Schuylkill for the 75th anniversary of the Dad Vail Regatta in May. The city announced a new sponsorship with a London-based company.
7-1 start now for the Phils, who battered the Nats again last night.
2 home runs for Chase Utley; 4-for-5 and 5 RBI for Shane Victorino.
6 runs on 6 hits surrendered by start Kyle Kendrick, who did not get out of the 2nd inning.
23 saves for Brian Boucher as he outdueled Martin Brodeur as the Flyers posted a 2-1 win over the Devils and got a 1-0 lead in their opening Stanley Cup series.
27-55 season for the Sixers, who lost in their finale last night to the Magic. Look for Eddie Jordan to get the ax today.
Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.Break up the Phillies. Nothing seems to stop them. No Jimmy Rollins?
Another Kyle Kendrick beatdown? No problem. No Nats? Now that might be another story.
I Don’t Get It: A computer tech is charged with installing secret cameras in women’s bathrooms in a couple of offices in Delaware. I don’t get it.
Today’s Upper: The Phils get their National League champion rings this afternoon, with another gorgeous afternoon on tap at Citizens Bank Park.
Let’s get this party started.
Quote Box: “By his acts, he has extinguished a young life.”
- Delco D.A. Mike Green, in announcing charges against the suspected shooter in the murder of Mohamed Kamara in East Lansdowne.