The Daily Numbers for Tuesday, June 21

The Daily Numbers: 12 months of supervision in an ARD probationary program and 32 hours of community service for a Ridley woman accused in the theft of funds from the Ridley School District.

4,000 dollars believed stolen.

17,500 raised by Philadelphia police officer and Delco native Anthony Case on a bike ride from coast to coast.

3,000 miles from Venice Beach, Calif., to Atlantic City, N.J. racked up by Case and a pal.

130, number of times authorities said a horse was hit with paintballs. Lily died, who was adopted by comedian Jon Stewart and his wife, died Monday.

9 days and counting for state legislators and Gov. Tom Wolf to agree on a new Pa. budget.

1.5 cent per ounce tax on sugary drinks now the law in Philadelphia after it was signed by Mayor Jim Kenney yesterday.

5th Made in America Festival planned for Ben Franklin Parkway for Labor Day weekend, with Rihanna and Coldplay topping the bill.

2 Philadelphia men charged by state A.G.’s office with selling heroin.

4 gun control measures that were rejected by the U.S. Senate last night.

121 degrees yesterday in Palm Springs, Calif.

7 straight losses for the Phils.

0-6 for the homestand.

3-0 deficit yesterday before Jeremy Hellickson was able to record his 1st out.

3-1 loss, as Phils continue to struggle at the plate.

3 runs were all that Hellickson surrendered.

6 hits over 7 innings

6 strikeouts and 0 walks for the Phils’ starter, who could be a key trade piece later this summer.

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

The Phils now hit the road after going 0-for-6 at Citizens Bank Park. Ouch!

I Don’t Get It: Four more gun control measures voted down by the U.S. Senate. Raise your hand if you’re surprised.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Anthony Case. The Philly police officer and Delco native raised money for the Survivors Fund of the Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police by biking from coast to coast.

Quote Box: “If I could raise money for the Survivors Fund, there is nothing I wouldn’t do.”

- Anthony Case.