Track Palin, the eldest son of former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, was arrested in Wasilla, Alaska, on Monday and charged with three misdemeanors: assault in the fourth degree (domestic violence), interfering with the report of a domestic violence crime, and possessing weapons while intoxicated, Gawker first reported Tuesday.
The police report states that Palin punched his girlfriend in the face and held a rifle to his head, threatening suicide. The full police report can be seen at Gawker. Palin posted $1,500 bail and is due in court Feb. 19.
This is not the first time Track Palin has been implicated in drunken violence: in 2014, he was part of a brawl that involved most of the Palin family at a friend's house in Anchorage.
Tuesday was a big day for Palins in the news: In addition to Track's arrest, his mother endorsed Donald Trump for president.