Marion Barry, the former four-term mayor of Washington and a current D.C. council member, was sentenced to three years of supervised probation on misdemeanor charges of failing to pay income taxes for six years.

Barry, 70, must set up a payment schedule with the Internal Revenue Service and Washington's tax division to pay back an estimated $246,000. And because he failed a court-ordered drug test after pleading guilty in the fall, Barry will have to undergo further drug testing as part of his probation.

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