Police in Anchorage, Alaska announced on Thursday there are no plans to press charges over the brawl that reportedly involved several members of former GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin’s family.
Anchorage Police Department spokeswoman Jennifer Castro told the Alaska Dispatch News that prosecutors had decided not to pursue a case following the police investigation.
On Thusday, TPM obtained a copy of the report compiled by the Anchorage Police Department that contained summaries of interviews with witnesses about the Sept. 6 incident at a house party in Anchorage.
The Palins were reportedly in attendance and multiple people said they saw members of the family involved in physical altercations with other guests of the party. Sarah Palin was also at the party, and witnesses said they saw her shouting while the fighting took place.
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