Over 140 mistreated dogs rescued from Oregon "shelter," police say

This undated photo released by Marion Co. Sheriff's Office shows Alicia Inglish. Authorities say what was supposed to be a rescue facility for hard-to-place dogs in Marion County has turned out to be a warehouse where more than 140 were housed in deplorable conditions _ little food, water fouled by garbage, cages designed for one dog containing up to four. (AP Photo/Marion Co. Sheriff's Office)
Alicia Inglish
AP Photo/Marion Co. Sheriff's Office

(CBS) -- An Oregon woman is facing animal neglect charges after police relocated more than 140 dogs from what she described as a rescue facility for hard-to-place pets, police said.

Pictures: Horrific conditions at dog shelter

Authorities said 24-year-old Alicia Inglish was arrested Sunday as Marion County sheriff's officers and Humane Society investigators removed more the dogs. Officers said many of the animals were housed in deplorable conditions, with little food, water fouled by garbage and cages designed for one animal containing as many as four.

Inglish was arraigned on 120 counts of animal neglect and one count of evidence tampering. The Salem Statesman Journal said Judge David Leith set Inglish's bail at $55,000 on Monday and said she's not permitted to have any contact with animals.

Her next court appearance is scheduled on Jan. 22.