Adolf, Lori Anne
3/15/2021, Pembroke, N.Y. — Lori Ann Adolf, 47, was charged with 26 counts of torturing or injuring animals/failing to provide sustenance. The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office responded to a complaint and found 13 dogs in cages that were covered in feces and urine, and surrounded by garbage. In addition, the Sheriff’s Office found 10 dead rabbits inside the residence. Lori Adolf was charged with the counts listed above, as well as endangering the welfare of a child. She was given an appearance ticket ordering her appear in court.
7/15/2021 – Adolf entered a guilty plea in Pembroke Town Court to one count of animal abuse/failure to sustain under New York’s Agriculture and Markets Law. Adolf also entered a guilty plea to endangering the welfare of a child. Both charges are Class A misdemeanors and could carry a maximum jail term of one year each, but under terms of the plea agreement, Adolf will likely be sentenced Oct. 13 to three years probation. During those three years, Adolf cannot own, purchase, breed, or work with any animal of any kind.