5 things for Houstonians to know for Monday, July 13

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Here are things you need to know for Monday, July 13:

1. Slab Sunday ends with multiple arrests, including one charged with making terroristic threats against HPD officer

Slab Sunday, a celebration of low riders, exotic cars and hip hop music, ended in multiple arrests Sunday, according to Houston Police Department.

Officials said they had to deal with a large number of vehicles doing burnouts disrupting the traffic along Martin Luther King Blvd. in Houston.

When officers went to break up the event, a pursuit occurred with one vehicle, and two HPD vehicles collided, according to HPD.

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2. ‘We opened too quickly, too soon’: Mayor Turner proposes a shutdown as city’s COVID-19 case count rises

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner on Saturday proposed a shutdown, arguing it was necessary as COVID-19 cases have climbed steadily in recent weeks.