The president and co-founder of dog rescue are facing charges after more than 100 dogs were found dead in her Portage County home.
The Portage Animal Protective League's Humane Investigations Department executed a search warrant at Barbara Wible's home in Mantua to find 146 deceased dogs.
Investigators say the dogs were in various stages of decay and many were found dead in their cages.
Wible is the president and co-founder of the non-profit Canine Lifeline, Incorporated.
The search warrant was executed after tips came in about Wible facing animal cruelty charges in another jurisdiction.
An investigation is ongoing.