Sarah Palin's son, Track, checks himself into halfway house

FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's eldest son, Track Palin, checked himself in to a halfway house Wednesday in Anchorage. According to authorities, Track was accused of breaking into his parents' home in 2017 and leaving his father, Todd, bleeding from cuts on his head.

Track was scheduled to enter the halfway house after being convicted for assault. His sentence lasts for one year.