Jaheim was taken into custody after a number of dogs were found "starved" and suffering at his New Jersey home. One of the dogs was unresponsive and was later euthanized.
According to PEOPLE, "more than a dozen dogs were found living in deplorable conditions" at the R&B singer's property. Officials from the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office's confirmed the 43-year-old, full name Jaheim Hoagland, was charged with animal neglect.
In a Facebook post, officials stated Jaheim was booked for "third-degree animal cruelty and failure to provide necessary care to an animal" on Monday.
His arrest came after officials from the Hillsborough Township Police Department responded to a call about a "puppy in distress" and found a total of six dogs in separate animal crates in the driveway of a Chamberlain Drive residence.
The report also stated that a pitbull terrier mix was "initially unresponsive in a water filled crate and subsequently had to be euthanized".
Inside, additional dogs were found in separate crates "partially filled with several inches of water and dog feces". A total of 14 animals were released to Long Hill Kennel in Hillsborough, New Jersey.
A court hearing on the matter is pending.
Jaheim is best known for his 2001 debut album, Ghetto Love. The album went platinum and spawned the hits "Ghetto Love", "Just in Case" and "Anything" ft. Next.