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Annapolis Sunday Capital (Newspaper) - February 17, 2013, Annapolis, Maryland m (Ehe capitalgazetto.com mtùau (íapítal FEB. 17, 2013 A Capital-Gazette Newspaper ® — Annapolis, MD $1.50 Army sweeps Navy; Terps shock No. 2 Duke SPORTS / BÎ deaH Free kettlebell workout for new clients from Premier Fitness, COUPON / A5 -I feel like it's a service I can give. It \s not taking money out of my pocket. Every day's a Sunday for retirees. ” — Dr. Roy Myers Dr. Roy Myers, 73, the Anne Arundel County Fire Department’s medical director, is responsible for overseeing emergency medical technician training, assessing firefighters’ performance in the field and implementing new techniques and equipment. He is an unpaid volunteer. By Matthew Cole - The Capital A ‘voluntary compulsion’ Unpaid retired surgeon has built up county emergency medical services By BEN WEATHERS Staff Writer For more than 30 years Dr. Roy Myers has worked to ensure that Anne Arundel County firefighters are well equipped to provide medical care when they arrive on the scene of an auto accident or at a home where someone has just had a heart attack. And while officials in surrounding jurisdictions could have made millions of dollars by doing that work for so long, Myers, the fire department’s medical director, has made nothing. "I feel like it’s a service I can give It’s not taking money out of my pocket, ’ said Myers, a retired surgeon at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. “Every day’s a Sunday for retirees,” Myers, 73, is responsible not only for overseeing emergency medical technician training, but for assessing firefighters’ performance in the field and implementing new techniques and equipment. In neighboring Baltimore County, the job he does here comes with an annual salary between $70,600 and $97,500. Prince George’s County’s medical director has an annual salary of $100,000; in Howard County, it’s $145,900. Myers has no plans to stop, and the (See MYERS, Page A14) Flowers, candy... and a warrant Queen Anne's sheriff airs special Valentine’s Day offer By BEN WEATHERS Staff Writer The video opens with a shot of heart-shaped balloons as Muzak jazz plays in the background. The next shot shows hands opening a huge box of “Sheriffs Sampler" chocolates. The hands belong to Queen Anne’s County Sheriff Gary Hofmann. The sheriff explains he had a lonely Valentine’s Day last year. No one took him up on his offer to personally give a dozen roses to the members of the county’s “Most Wanted” to turn themselves in, he says. But this year he had a new offer. Hofmann says he will give the roses instead to spouses or significant others who provide information that leads to an arrest. “This will be between just you and me,” Hofmann says, as an animated twinkle gleams from his teeth. Hofmann then rattles off a list of this (See SHERIFF, Page A13) GET YOUR COUPONS: As much as $170 worth of money-saving coupons in todays paper Committee set to tackle gun control, death penalty Debate over whether gun bill should be complete or broken into parts By ALEX JACKSON Staff Writer Guns and death. That's what state Sen Brian E Frosh said his Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee would “likely" be discussing Thursday, when it sits down to vote on whether to send bills to the Senate floor. Frosh, D Montgomery, the committee chairman, expects a spirited debate before the votes on Gov Mar tin O’Malley's gun control bill and his proposed repeal of the death penalty So far those bills, two of the most controversial of the session, have not ad vanced in the House of Del egates. But Frosh is willing to move quickly on both Still, he said, “a lot of people will have a lot to say about both bills. ’ O’Malley’s Firearm Safety Act of 2013 would ban mill tary style assault weapons and high-capacity ammunition clips, mandate fingerprinting and licensing for future gun owners, and put a 10-round limit on weapons. Many have said the sweeping gun control (See BILLS, Page A9) • Anti-gun control sentiment high at town hail meeting, Page A10 QftC's MOST^Queen Anne's County WANTED^Sheriff Gary Hofmann In a screen capture from the Valentine’s Day edition of the Queen Anne's County’s Most Wanted video series, Sheriff Gary Hofmann has a special offer of a dozen roses for spouses or significant others who provide information that leads to an arrest of someone on the list. Courtesy image WEATHER 35 22 HIGH LOW SUN, SNOW CHANCE Monday: Sunny. C2 LIFESTYLE 4 sections, 40 pages Arundel Report Business ......... SCREEN TIME: Annapolis Film Festival’s lineup includes more than 90 shorts, features and documentaries. D1 Cl Classified ......................C9 C4 Club Notes ........ A8 NOTE TO READERS A morning edition of the paper will be published Monday for Presidents Day. The Capital’s offices will be open. 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