The Daily Numbers for Tuesday, Jan. 10

The Daily Numbers: 25 year old Philly man tabbed a “1-man crime machine” in a series of thefts from cars in Upper Darby and Haverford.

3 former officers and members of Colwyn Fire Co. who will stand trial Feb. 13 with looting the company’s coffers.

1 person of interest now being sought in connection with the fatal shooting of Penn Wood High football player Zion Vaughan.

52 dollar hike in taxes facing residents in Morton Borough.

22, age of man charged in carjacking in which a car was stolen in Marple, with a 1-year-old girl still in the back seat.

10 years, how long Jyoti Natural Foods has been on Chester Pike in Sharon Hill. It was visited by Gov. Tom Wolf and his ‘Jobs That Pay’ tour Monday.

45 employees at the company, which specializes in Indian food.

41, age of man struck and killed as he tried to cross MacDade Boulevard in Ridley Monday morning.

65 points rung up by Haverford High in winning the latest round in the Hi-Q competition.

50 pound dumbbell that smashed through the windshield of a man driving on the New Jersey Turnpike. He was critically injured.

4 cent hike in price of gas at the pumps in Philly region last week.

46.5 cents per gallon higher than a year ago.

21 cents a gallon higher than a month ago.

1 second left on the clock when Clemson scored last night, beating Alabama and seizing the mantle of No. 1 college football team in the nation.

3, as in No. 3, where Villanova men’s hoops now resides after their 1st loss of season last week.

1 Eagles wide receiver who has ever caught a TD pass in the Super Bowl. That would be Greg Lewis, fired yesterday as wide receivers coach.

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

So the Eagles canned wide receivers coach Greg Lewis. Yeah, that will certainly turn this team around. v I Don’t Get It: I’m going to hear all day that last night’s Alabama-Clemson classic was one of the greatest college football games of all time. Sure wish I had remained awake long enough to see more than the first few plays of the game.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to police in Upper Darby and Haverford for the millionth time reminding drivers that the best way to stop car break-ins is to lock your doors. Amazing how many people simply refuse to do that.

Quote Box: “I preach this at ever commissioners meeting. People have to lock their vehicles.”

- Haverford Police Chief John Viola