By RYAN GORMAN
Anchorage police have released the incident report from a booze-fueled bloody brawl involving the Palin family.
Authorities have declined to press charges against the family of former governor and Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin after they crashed a Sept. 6 house party -- in a stretch Hummer limousine.
Witnesses claim fists began flying shortly after the Palin clan rolled up in the limo, according to the affidavit posted online Thursday by Talking Points Memo.
The 24-page report was compiled by five officers and included recollections of the bizarre night from 15 witnesses.
Party host Korey Klingenmeyer was celebrating his birthday with 15 of his closest friends, he told police. The birthday boy knew many of the guests from competing in the Iron Dog Snowmobile races, which Sarah Palin's husband Todd also competes in.
Partygoers claim daughter Bristol Palin was already "intoxicated" when she showed up vowing to "knock that b***h out."
Klingenmeyer immediately tried to diffuse the situation but then became the target of Bristol Palin's rage.
She started punching him and vowing to "kick his ass," witnesses told police.
Bristol Palin later claimed the fight started when her sister Willow was pushed and that Klingenmeyer "dragged her across the lawn."
The star of the evening, though, was son Track Palin.
The 25-year-old was shirtless with blood pouring out of his mouth and his fists also covered in blood, police said.
A "strong odor of alcohol" was apparent on the former governor's family, police claimed.
At least one witness claimed the fight was "one big misunderstanding ... due to too much alcohol and people."
Sarah Palin reportedly stood on the street screaming "don't you know who I am?" as cabs arrived to rescue partygoers from the hellish scene.