ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Police in Alaska say no charges will be filed in connection with a fight that broke out at a party and involved members of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's family.
Police on Thursday released a report on its investigation into the Sept. 6 brawl in Anchorage, including transcripts of interviews with multiple witnesses who said Palin's daughter Bristol and son Track were in the thick of the brawl.
The night of the party, police responded to a report of a fight among about 20 people outside a home.
According to witnesses, 23-year-old Bristol Palin punched the homeowner several times.
The report says no arrests were made at the time of the incident because no one wanted to press charges.
Sarah Palin was the 2008 GOP vice-presidential nominee.