Chris Cohron

Regional
5:17 pm
Wed March 27, 2013

Warren County Grand Jury: No Indictment in Brandon Bradshaw Shooting

Kentucky State Police troopers and Warren County court security officers stood guard inside the Warren County Justice Center before the results of a grand jury investigation were formally revealed.
Credit Kevin Willis

A Warren County grand jury has returned no indictments in the shooting death of 27-year-old Brandon Bradshaw of Bowling Green.

In a news conference Wednesday evening, Warren County Commonwealth's Attorney Chris Cohron announced that grand jury members earlier in the day decided Tommy Brown acted within the law when he shot Bradshaw three times on Feb. 26.

The investigation into the shooting was carried out by the Kentucky State Police.

Bradshaw died from his wounds Mar. 2 at a hospital in Nashville.

Brown is a Warren County court security officer. He was not on duty or in uniform at the time of the shooting.

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Regional
1:22 pm
Wed March 27, 2013

Prosecutor Ready to Release Results of Brandon Bradshaw Shooting Investigation

A month after an off-duty Warren County court security officer shot a killed another man, details are being released about what led up to the shooting. 

Attorney Alan Simpson says his client Tommy Brown acted in self-defense when he shot Brandon Bradshaw on February 26th in a parking lot on the 31-W Bypass. 

Wednesday at 5 p.m., Warren County Commonwealth’s Attorney Chris Cohron will release results of the Kentucky State Police investigation and whether charges will be filed against Brown.

WKU Public Radio will be at the announcement, and we will update our website, Facebook page, and Twitter feed with details as soon as we learn them.

Regional
11:31 am
Sat October 27, 2012

Daily News: Warren County Woman Charged with Human Trafficking

A southern Kentucky woman has been charged with human trafficking after police say she took money to let a 13-year-old girl have sex with men. Warren County Commonwealth's Attorney Chris Cohron told The Daily News that the case of 30-year-old Rose Marie Woolbright is "very unusual" and the first of its kind in Warren County.

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