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Bo Lozoff killed in motorcycle crash in Hawai'i

Posted by on Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 8:16 PM

(Update, 9:03 p.m.: The Indy independently confirmed Lozoff's death through a musician and friend of his in Hawaii.)

Bo Lozoff, who ran Kindness House, an intentional community near Durham for ex-offenders and spiritual seekers, was killed yesterday in a motorcycle crash in Hawai'i, where he lived, according to news reports.

Lozoff, 65, died after his 2003 Suzuki motorcycle was struck by a 1999 Lexus SUV whose driver failed to yield the right of way and pulled in front of him. Neither the driver of the car nor the passenger were seriously hurt. News reports quoted police as saying Lozoff was not wearing a helmet.

In 2008, the Indy published a story critical of Lozoff after several female volunteers and one female parolee at the Kindness House came forward and alleged that Lozoff had sexual encounters with them during one-on-one counseling sessions, in which he initiated kissing, touching, and oral and manual sex as a method of spiritual healing.

A prison minister and author, Lozoff moved to Hawai'i around the time the story was published. He gave tours of lava fields and performed in a country band. He recently released his fourth CD, Bo Goes Country.

In 2004, Lozoff was the subject of an Indy story about his efforts to raise $1.5 million for a bio-diesel initiative in Hillsborough that would employ ex-offenders.

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