A Travis representative would not comment on the arrest.
Travis was arraigned and released on $21,500 bail Wednesday morning. Blood test results are pending.
District Attorney Joe Brown said his office will review the report of the arrest. The felony retaliation or obstruction charge will be referred to a grand jury within a month or six weeks, while the misdemeanor DWI case could be filed as soon as prosecutors decide whether to proceed, Brown said.
The felony count carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $10,000.
Travis was charged with public intoxication in February after being spotted in a vehicle parked in front of a church in Sanger, about 20 miles from Tioga.
It's been a rocky couple of years for the North Carolina native, best known for hit songs like "Is It Still Over?" and "On the Other Hand." He divorced Elizabeth Travis in 2010 after 19 years, but retained her services as his manager, a role she held for more than three decades.
Earlier this year, though, Elizabeth Travis filed a lawsuit claiming that Randy Travis made it impossible for her to do her job and terminated her management contract without proper notice. She said her ex-husband sent several men, including an armed guard, to clean out her offices.
Randy Travis countersued in May, accusing his ex-wife of divulging confidential information about him in order to damage his reputation and career.
Initially turned down by Music Row, Travis found success in the mid-1980s and became a pivotal and important figure in country music. Once considered too country, his deep-voice traditional style inspired millions to buy his albums and for artists like Alan Jackson to follow his lead.
He's charted 16 No. 1 country singles and remains an influence for many in Nashville.