The Daily Numbers for Thursday, July 28

The Daily Numbers: 39, age of man charged in murder of his one-time roommate in Upper Darby in what police call a revenge killing.

3,000 employees of SAP in Newtown Square, the company’s North American headquarters. Despite a new office in New York City, the company vows they are are remaining here in Delco.

16 million dollar gift for Riddle Hospital

21, age of driver in a car in which another passenger wound up in fatal shootout with Chester police. He entered guilty plea to several charges.

300 Narcan saves in Delaware County. Yesterday in Springfield they rolled out a new group to fight the opioid epidemic. They’re called Springfield Cares.

20-40 years in prison for the Kennett Square man convicted in the strangling death of a coed from Chadds Ford in her dorm room at Milersville University.

16 of October,when Monsignor William Lynn likely will be paroled.

3 years in prison, how long he served on a conviction for endangering the welfare of a child.

2 teen girls assaulted - allegedly by a middle school teacher in Montco.

2 million fewer customers reported by Comcast.

22.8 percent hike in revenue.

4,000 fewer cable customers for them in the Philly region.

220,000 more internet customers.

1 percent increase in revenue for Boeing, to $24.8 billion. The company still reported a loss.

1981, when John Hinckley shot President Ronald Reagan. He’s now being freed from a mental hospital.

7 million dollar contract signed by Eagles linebacker Nigel Bradham. He now faces an assault charge in Miami, but will be in camp this morning.

11-1 demolition of Phils by the Marlins yesterday.

7 runs on 9 hits surrendered by Phils starter Zach Eflin.

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The Eagles will hold their first full-squad practice in South Philly today. No Dem Delegates allowed.

I Don’t Get It: An SAP executive talked to one of our reporters glowingly about the company’s plans for a new office. But a company spokesman later vowed that SAP remains committed to their Newtown Square headquarters, where 3,000 people work and they have no plans to abandon Delco. Remember those words.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to the folks in Springfield who have formed an organization - Springfield Cares - to battle the opioid epidemic taking such a toll on the region.

Quote Box: “We started this out of concern for our community because addiction is killing people across the country. It’s a terrible, terrible affliction.”

- Jeff Rudolph, Springfield Commissioners chairman, about the group Springfield Cares.