The Daily Numbers for Friday, May 16

The Daily Numbers: 1 man in custody in the carjacking of the wife of Chester Mayor John Linder.

3 others who are still considered ‘persons of interest’ in the case.

250,000 dollars cash bail for Jasper Moy, who is charged in the case.

3 Dem candidates seeking the nomination to run for the 164th state House seat who debated last night. That would include the incumbent, state Rep. Margo Davidson.

1, as in Darby Fire Co. No. 1, which is now back in its home after renovations to the fire house.

7.5 million dollar state grant that will be used to try to lure a hotel to the site of the old Sears store on 69th Street.

200,000 square feet the township would like to see developed.

14 ROTC cadets awarded their stripes at ceremony yesterday at Widener.

167 point dip for the stock market yesterday.

1 percent boost in the sales tax being eyed in Philly.

137 million dollars, what it would raise, with that money targeted for the city’s hurting schools and other city projects.

67, age of Chester County man charged with beating his neighbor’s rooster to death because he was crowing too early in the morning.

17-21 record for the Phillies as they finish up the 1st quarter of the season.

7-6 loss for Ridley boys lacrosse in an OT thriller.

17-6 win for Springfield girls lax over Central Bucks West.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.

So do you think that one-fourth of the way through the season the Phillies can set this ship on a better course? Neither do I.

I Don’t Get It: There’s a headline you don’t see every day. Mayor’s wife carjacked. I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Jourdeana Linder, the wife of Chester Mayor John Linder. She was all class yesterday morning as she talked about her ordeal.

Quote Box: “No one should have to go through that, someone holding your life in their hands.”

- Jourdeana Linder, on her carjacking ordeal.