Calif. theater to host benefit for slain OPD officers

By Janet Levaux
Contra Costa Times

OAKLAND, Calif. — On Monday, Alameda Theatre & Cineplex will host a unique benefit for the families of four Oakland police officers killed on March 21: "Officers Remembered."

Kyle Conner, the owner and operator of the movie house, says East Bay director/producer and paramedic Thaddeus Setla first approached him about showing the documentary "Level Zero" before Officer John Hege and Sgts. Mark Dunakin, Ervin Romans and Daniel Sakai were killed by parolee Lovelle Mixon in Oakland nearly two months ago. Setla's film is about those working for Alameda County Emergency Medical Services.

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