Palin's son arrested on burglary and assault charges

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Track Palin, the oldest son of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, was arrested Saturday in Alaska on charges of domestic violence.

The charges seem to stem from an incident in his family's hometown of Wasilla, though further details about what happened were not immediately available.

Track Palin was arrested Saturday on a felony charge of burglary and misdemeanor charges of assault and mischief, KTUU reports. That's when Track busted through the window, disarmed his dad and started pounding on his head. before Todd was able to escape. Palin had been arrested on suspicion of domestic violence in a separate incident a year ago.

At this time, no information has been given about Track's court date or bond status.

He remained jailed in Palmer, Alaska, as of Sunday afternoon.

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"They ask that the family's privacy is respected during this challenging situation just as others dealing with a struggling family member would also request", the statement read.

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

After he eventually pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm while intoxicated, other charges were dismissed in that case. She said her son came back "different" after his year-long deployment in Iraq.

Sarah Palin's oldest son allegedly broke into his parents' house and beat his dad bloody until cops showed up and busted him.

"What my own son is going through, what he is going through coming back, I can relate to other families who feel ramifications of PTSD and some of the woundedness that our soldiers do return with", the former Republican vice presidential candidate and governor of Alaska said at the time. John McCain of Arizona in 2008, losing to the Democratic ticket of Sens. Barack Obama of IL and Joe Biden of Delaware.