According to the Houston Police Department, 60 to 70 people were protesting on Monday morning, and most of them were staying on the sidewalk and in the public right-of-way.
The suspects jumped into a motorboat that was on the nearby Buffalo Bayou and fled the scene.
One of Houston’s most iconic theaters is now at risk of closing down at the end of the month over lease negotiations. On Sunday, protesters showed up outside the Landmark River Oaks Theater to have their voices heard.
Woman confronts a man who was in his parked car on her River Oaks street, and she called the cops.
Theaters like iPic in River Oaks are gearing up for new releases this week and also offering private screenings for those wanting to share the experience exclusively with family and friends.