The son of the late Marion Barry is expected to turn himself Wednesday to face charges stemming from an angry outburst at a local bank.
Marion Christopher Barry, who is a candidate in the special election to fill his father's unexpired term, faces misdemeanor charges of making a threat and destruction of property, according to lawyers handling the issue for Barry.
Last week, Christopher Barry cursed a PNC bank teller on 7th Street downtown during a dispute over his account and said he would "have somebody waiting for you when you get off work," according to a police report.
The police report said Barry threw a trash can over the security glass, destroying a security camera valued at $1,000. The incident was captured on security cameras.
Lawyers said Monday Barry was expected to turn himself in Tuesday or Wednesday.