Track Palin arrested, charged with domestic violence-again

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The burglary charge indicates that Palin was attempting to "cause or attempt to cause physical injury to a person", according to the court records.

An affidavit by a Wasilla Police officer says Sarah Palin told police Saturday night that Track Palin was "freaking out" and on some type of medication.

In the document, Todd Palin said the altercation started when his son called to say he was coming to get a truck from the house, to which he objected, prompting his son to say he was on his way anyway "to beat his a**".

The oldest son of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has been charged assault after he repeatedly hit his father, Todd Palin, during a domestic violence incident in Wasilla on Saturday, reports said Monday.

The affidavit says Todd Palin was bleeding from cuts on his head.

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This is Track's second domestic violence arrest in the past two years.

Palin, 28, was arraigned Sunday morning on three counts: felony burglary, misdemeanour reckless assault and misdemeanour criminal mischief for causing up to $500 in property damage, according to online court records. He remained held at the Mat-Su Pretrial Facility in Palmer, Alaska, as of Sunday afternoon.

He took a plea deal that resulted in some of the charges being dismissed, and he pleaded guilty to possessing a firearm while intoxicated, a misdemeanour.

Palin also had been arrested on suspicion of domestic violence on the eve of his mother's endorsement of Donald Trump in 2016.

The family's attorney John Tiemessen issued a statement regarding the incident, although the victim involved was not identified.

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