The Daily Numbers for Wednesday, June 22

The Daily Numbers: 2 women who now face charges in the brutal torture and murder of a Chester woman whose body was found in Fairmount Park handcuffed, stabbed and shot in the head.

800 dollars, the debt that police believe sparked the killing.

2 incidents involving gunfire being probed in Ridley.

1 teen wounded in a drive-by shooting yesterday afternoon.

17, age of juvenile charged in a home invasion who pleaded guilty yesterday.

300 fans being haded out by Delco officials to help senior citizens deal with the heat.

1 case of Zika virus now confirmed in Chester County.

210 extra minutes added to the commute for riders on the Media-Elwyn line west of Swarthmore Station who are now using shuttle buses in both directions to get to points west.

29 counts on which U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah was convicted at his racketeering trial.

1 million dollar loan illegal campaign contribution at the heart of the matter.

132-65 vote in the Pa. House to expand restrictions on abortion.

50-foot hole that swallowed up woman working in her yard in Wilkes-Barre.

14-10 loss for the Phils on the road in Minnesota last night.

3 straight poor starts for Aaron Nola.

4 RBI for Maikel Franco, including a home run.

4 homers for the Phils in the loss.

12 games under .500 now for the Phils, who have lost 8 straight games and 12 of their last 13.

4-21 in their last 25 games.

1 more day until the 76ers make Ben Simmons the No. 1 pick in the NBA Draft.

4-0 loss for the USA to Argentina in the Copa America series.

3-1 win for Philadelphia Catholic League boys baseball team over suburban foes.

5-4 loss for the Delco boys’ team.

12-12 softball win for the Delco girls.

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

The Phillies broke out of their slump big time last night, hitting 4 homers and scoring 10 runs. One problem: The Twins scored 14.

I Don’t Get It: Killing someone over an unpaid debt. I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Delco for getting fans into the hands of senior citizens during this heat wave. They gave out 300 of them yesterday.

Quote Box: “A check on your elderly neighbors or those who are vulnerable is something we encourage all Delaware County residents to do.”

- John McBlain, Delco Councilman.