Eldest Palin son, Track Palin, released from Alaska halfway house

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Track Palin - the eldest son of former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate, Sarah Palin - has been released from custody after his conviction for assaulting his father, Todd Palin. Associated Press reported, Track was sent to an Anchorage halfway house in December to serve a year for the 2017 attack on Todd. According to Trey Watson of the correctional management firm 'the Geo Group', which operates the halfway house, Track was released last Thursday after a judge granted a motion for credit for time spent on electronic monitoring.