The Daily Numbers - Nov. 15
The Daily Numbers: 76, age of suspected arrested in a bizarre kidnap plot that targeted wealthy Main Liners.
1 victim that was Tasered during a home invasion in Villanova.
37 years, how long they have been celebrating the Great American Smokeout, which is today.
3.2 million dollars spent on the Knowles Avenue Pedestrian Tunnel in Glenolden.
15, age of teen skateboard who was struck by former assistant district attorney Michael Donohue. The incident wound up with hit-run and DUI charges being filed against Donohue.
16 age of Lansdowne skateboarder who died of injuries after he was struck by a car last month.
35 percent, current top tax rate. It would rise to the previous 39.6 percent if Bush tax cuts are allowed to expire.
6 year old Etan Patz. Pedro Hernandez, 51, yesterday was charged in his murder back in 1979.
0 wins, how many victories the Detroit Piston had coming into last night’s game against the Sixers at the Wells Fargo Center.
1, how many they left with after blowing out the 76ers, 94-76.
25 of 84, what the Sixers shot from the field. That’s 30 percent.
14 points for Lavoy Allen; 12 for Jrue Holiday.
11,879, attendance at Wells Fargo Center.
7 bucks, what Sixers tickets were going for on StubHub before the game.
Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.
Nick Foles better be good on Sunday. Otherwise we are looking at a very long stretch here on the winter sports scene.
I Don’t Get It: Does every criminal now carry a Taser just for the heck of it?
Today’s Upper: Kudos to Collingdale Fire Company for coming to the aid of some of their colleagues in New York who got rocked by Superstorm Sandy.
Quote Box: “Things like this are disturbing regardless of where they occur, but in a town like Radnor Township, this is something that is not really unheard of but is something that will not be tolerated.”
- Police Chief William Colarulo, on bizarre kidnap attempt on Main Line.