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Mother of 10 year old boy who shot and killed father.
A Friendswood doctor shot to death Aug. 27 by his 10-year-old son passed two polygraph exams showing he did not sexually abuse the child, according to Webster Police Department records.
By DENISE DAVIS (Your Houston News)
The Webster Police Department released the records to The Citizen after an open records request was filed.
Rick James Lohstroh, 41, a University of Texas Medical Branch emergency room doctor, was pronounced dead upon arrival at Memorial Hermann Hospital Aug. 27.
Lohstroh went to his ex-wife's home near Katy on Aug. 27 to pick up the two sons they shared, according to the Harris County Sheriff's Department.
"When he arrived at the residence, his 10-year-old son got a weapon from his mother's bedroom and went to the vehicle where his dad was located," Sheriff's Department officials said.
"The 10-year-old entered the vehicle and fired numerous shots from the back seat through the back of the driver's seat, striking his father," according to the Sheriff's Department release.
Sheriff's officials said the boy then exited the vehicle and fired more rounds, striking his father's vehicle, as well as that of a neighbor.
They said the boy then went back inside the house, where he gave the weapon to his mother.
The boy was taken into custody after the shooting and remains in a Harris County juvenile detention facility.
Lohstroh and his ex-wife, Deborah Geisler, shared custody of the boy and his 7-year-old brother after a bitter divorce in May 2003.
The relationship between the doctor and his ex-wife remained volatile, according to police records and reports.
Webster Police reports show that the agency received a report on April 5, 2002, from a Harris County Children's Protective Services employee concerning sexual abuse allegations.
The police report said allegations had been made that Lohstroh sexually abused his oldest son.
The family was living at a Webster hotel in the 500 block of Bay Area Boulevard while their home was being built in Friendswood.