Friday, September 28, 2012

The Daily Numbers - Sept 28

The Daily Numbers: 6 teen girls who brutally beat a 48-year-old mentally challenged woman in Chester.

4 of the girls are now in custody; 2 more are being sought. Authorities indicate they will be charged as adults.

72, age of man who could learn his fate today in the fatal shooting of a neighbor in Ridley Township.

20, age of man shot on Kerlin Street in Chester.

2001, when Chester last had a full-service grocery store. Philabundance yesterday broke ground for their Fare and Square store, which is set to open in the spring.

2 firefighters briefly trapped on roof of a house in Chester during early-morning fire.

5 year agreement reached between Delco and Chester County SPCA for animal control services.

135,000 dollar penalty for the county if they decide to cancel the deal early.

30,000 dollar minimum payment each month.

700 jobs being shed by Campbell’s Soup as they close 2 plans in California and North Jersey.

38,000 dollars worth of iPhones stolen from distributor in Lebanon County.

150,000 dollars in jewelry snatched after a case was smashed at a jewelry store in Evesham, N.J.

40-41 mark for the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park, first time in history of their little park they’ve gone under .500

21-8 mark for Nats hurler Gio Gonzales, who got the win last night.

6 runs on 6 hits over 5-plus innings for Tyler Cloyd.

6 Nationals players who have hit at least 15 home runs this year.

2-1 Eagles vs. 2-1 Giants Sunday night at the Linc. Something has to give.

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Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.It’s been a long time since the Phils were reduced to spoilers in the final week of the season. They’ve had a good run, and now need to retool for next year and another big push with this starting rotation. Top needs? Third base, outfield, bullpen.

 

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I Don’t Get It: What else can you say about the video of the woman being beaten in Chester by a group of teen girls. Just unbelievable.

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Today’s Upper: Kudos to Philabundance for breaking ground yesterday on a new food facility in Chester.

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Quote Box: “There is absolutely no reason for behavior like this.”

- Chester Detective James Nolan, on videotaped beating.

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