A well-known comedian in the area said that he was the subject of an incident that involved “shots fired” in Indianapolis late on Sunday night.
An incident report dated December 11 mentions Ronald Sexton, who is better known for his role as Donnie Baker on “The Bob and Tom Show.”
Someone opened fire on Sexton on N. Shadeland Avenue just before 2 o’clock in the morning, close to where I-465 and 82nd Street intersect.
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According to Sexton, he had a gig on Saturday night in Portland, and following it, he went to a bar and grill between Shadeland and E. 75th Street to meet up with someone else in order to have some food.
After leaving the restaurant at a later time, the attacker drew up next to Sexton’s car, fired multiple shots into it, and then sped away.
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