Marion Barry’s car impounded after crash for unpaid traffic tickets

D.C. Council member owes $2,824 on 21 outstanding tickets that date back to 2012
Marion Barry’s car impounded after crash for unpaid traffic tickets

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by Andrea Noble | The Washington Times | August 5, 2014


The traffic woes of Marion Barry have worsened following his Saturday night fender bender, with his Jaguar impounded after the crash and more than $2,800 in outstanding tickets needing to be satisfied before its release.

The 78-year-old D.C. Council member owed $2,824 on 21 outstanding tickets that date back to 2012 at the time he was involved in a wrong-way crash Saturday night, according to an online search of the District’s outstanding ticket database.

The violations include $1,460 in eight separate fines for failure to display current tags and five automated-enforcement speeding tickets worth $684 for driving 11-15 miles per hour over the limit. He also faces a red-light camera fine of $150.

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