Marion Barry's son accused of threatening bank teller, destroying surveillance camera

The son of former D.C. mayor Marion Barry is accused of threatening a bank teller and destroying one of the bank's surveillance cameras.

Police say Christopher Barry tried to make a large cash withdraw from the PNC Bank on 7th Street, northwest.

When the teller told him his account was overdrawn, Barry allegedly threatened the teller and threw a trashcan and hit a surveillance camera.

Police are investigating the incident. At this time, they have not made any arrests.

Barry is running for the Ward 8 council seat that his father held before he died in November.
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