Brandon Bradshaw, the Warren County man shot Tuesday by an off-duty court security officer, died Saturday morning from his wounds.
Kentucky State Police have confirmed Bradshaw was pronounced dead at Vanderbilt University Hospital at 10:10 a.m.
Bradshaw was shot three times Tuesday in Bowling Green by Tommy Brown, a Warren County Sheriff's Court Security Officer.
Brown's attorney, Alan Simpson, told WKU Public Radio Brown acted in self-defense. Kentucky State Police are investigating the shooting. Brown has not been arrested.
Friends of Bradshaw had planned what was being called a "justice march" Saturday evening in Bowling Green. The event has now been changed to a prayer service.
Bradshaw was 27 years old. He leaves behind a wife and three children.