- Associated Press - Friday, June 5, 2015

SALEM, Ore. (AP) - A Salem woman indicted on 48 counts of animal neglect last year is back in police custody.

The Statesman Journal reports (https://stjr.nl/1Mtp6y8 ) 26-year-old Alicia Inglish was arrested June 1 for violating her custody release agreement which was associated with charges of identity theft and tampering with drug records from November 2013. Her bail has been set at $50,000.

Inglish’s lawyer, Alicia Hercher, declined to comment on the case.

A jury trial for the case has been scheduled for June 23.

Inglish, who was president of Willamette Animal Rescue, was arrested in 2014 after deputies seized about 140 dogs from the facility. All the dogs were in need of some type of medical care.

A separate jury trial is scheduled for July 7 for the animal neglect case.


Information from: Statesman Journal, https://www.statesmanjournal.com

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