Local comedian Ronald Sexton was the target of a “shooting” in Indianapolis on Sunday night. He is best known for his role as Donnie Baker on “The Bob & Tom Show.” Sexton said that he had done a show in Portland on a Saturday night and then met someone for dinner at a bar and grill near Shadeland and E. 75th Street.
When the shooter left the restaurant later, he pulled up next to Sexton’s car, fired several shots, and then drove off. He was named as a male suspect in the report, and the investigation is still going on. Sexton wasn’t hurt too badly, but a picture shows that his earlobe was scratched.
Ronald Sexton, who played “Donnie Baker” on “The Bob & Tom Show,” was the target of a shooting being looked into by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.
On the northeast side of the city, near a Lowe’s Home Improvement store, the shooting happened early on Sunday morning. Sexton, who was shot but lived, said that the person who did it was his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend.
Police are still looking for the suspect, who hasn’t been named yet. Sexton said that this was not the first time he had been confronted by the suspect. Last year, at a “Bob & Tom” golf outing, the suspect is said to have hurt Sexton. Sexton will play in Shelbyville on Saturday, but he is sure that the suspect will have been caught by then.