Friday, January 13, 2017

The Daily Numbers for Friday, Jan. 13

The Daily Numbers: 13, as in Friday the 13th. Be careful out there today.

3 big stars who could be at the Sun Center Studios in Chester Township to film some scenes for a major motion picture.

1980 murder of ‘Avon Lady’ Emily Leo. The conviction of the man charged in the crime is now being reviewed.

37 years, how long Leroy Evans has been in jail for the crime.

2 DUI charges in 2 years for a Lansdowne councilman.

40, age of dad who will face a minor charge in connection with leaving his 1-year-old little girl unattended in his running SUV, which was then stolen.

28, age of one of Delaware County’s Most Wanted, who was picked up in Chester.

52, of Tennessee man charged with sexual assault with an alleged incident that took place in Upland back in 1999.

42 million dollar loss for Delta’s Monroe Energy refinery in Trainer.

125 million dollar loss for all of 2016.

1.5 percent uptick in revenue for Atlantic City casinos last year, their 1st increase in a decade.

2.6 billion dollars in revenue for casinos in 2016.

2006, the last time revenue in A.C. went up, just before Pa. entered the casino craze.

47 million in revenue for the Borgata, tops in A.C.

3 rate hikes predicted in 2017 by the boss of the Philadelphia Fed.

8 people shot, 2 of them fatally, overnight in Philly.

4 writers laid off by Philadelphia Magazine.

5-4 shootout win for the Flyers over the Canucks.

4.35 million dollar deal for Phillies shortstop Freddy Galvis

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

The Sixers & Joel Embiid are the talk of the town. Who’d a thunk it?

I Don’t Get It: Leaving a toddler in the back of a running car while you duck into a store, even for just a few minutes. I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Sun Center Studios, which will have us seeing “stars” with the arrival of some A-listers to shoot scenes for a major new flick.

Quote Box
: “We’ll have a fresh set of eyes and if we see anything that deserves a second look, we’ll do so.”

- Acting Chester Police Commissioner Otis Blair, on review of ‘Avon Lady’ murder case and conviction of Leroy Evans.


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