The Daily Numbers for Wednesday, June 15

The Daily Numbers: 30,000 dollars, how much a Chester auto tag dealer is believed to have ripped off from customers.

1,800 counts that were originally lodged against the owner of the business and his clerk.

200 customers whose money they are believed to have pocketed.

5:30 p.m., time of vigil on the steps of the Media Courthouse to honor the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando.

100 people who attended a prayer service at Trinity Episcopal Church in Swarthmore Monday night.

372 graduates of Penn Wood High.

418 graduates of Ridley High.

14, age of teen who is missing in Aldan.

26, age of Chester woman whose body was found in Fairmount Park in Philly. She had been handcuffed, stabbed and shot in the head.

30 of June now deadline for closing deal between Archdiocese and developer for the old Don Guanella property along Sproul Road.

213 acres on the site that Goodman Properties wants to use to build Cardinal Crossing, a mix of residential, retail and business.

136-59 vote in Pa. House to change the rules of state pension for future Pa. workers.

5 people shot during disturbance in Wilmington last night.

20, age of Patience Carter, a Philadelphia woman who told a harrowing tale of her ordeal after being shot inside Pulse nightclub during the Orlando mass shooting.

1, as in No. 1, that title goes to Sheetz, over No. 2 Wawa, in poll of Pa. residents and their favorite convenience store.

200 dollar fine for man who threw beer bottle at Phillies slugger Ryan Howard.

11-3 loss for Phils as they got routed by the Blue Jays.

9 runs, 8 earned, off Phils starter Zach Eflin, making his major league debut.

5 losses in last 6 games for the Phils, 14 of their last 18.

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

There were a lot of calls for the guy who threw that bottle at Ryan Howard to be banned from all Philly sporting events. He’s paying a $200 fine and through a probationary program could have his record expunged.

I Don’t Get It Still waiting for someone to take action in the wake of another mass shooting.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to the woman in Upper Darby who scoured the township after her car was ripped off and actually helped police find it.

Quote Box
: “Love is the only way through. To the families and friends of all those that were killed and wounded, our love is grace and nurturing.”

- Denise Yocco, in mourning Orlando victims.