Former DeKalb County police officer Robert "Chip" Olsen and his wife Kathy Olsen stand for a photo at their Alpharetta residence. The couple has been married for 16 years. (Alyssa Pointer/alyssa.pointer@ajc.com)
Photo: Alyssa Pointer
Photo: Alyssa Pointer

‘Breakdown’ S07 Ep. 2: The road to indictment 

He was a self-described suit-and-tie guy who joined the DeKalb County police force in his mid 40s.

Robert “Chip” Olsen wasn’t your typical cop.

In the latest episode of “Breakdown: Season 7 - Judgment Call” we’ll tell you about the man who fired the fatal shots.

Married for 16 years with a 9-year-old son,  Olsen stands charged with murdering an unarmed, naked Afghanistan war veteran in a metro Atlanta parking lot.

» LISTEN: Previous seasons of the AJC’s “Breakdown” podcast

» MORE: The latest on Anthony Hill and the Chip Olsen trial

Tune in for an in-depth look at Olsen as told through an emotional interview with his wife, Kathy.

The podcast is hosted by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s legal affairs writer, Bill Rankin, and public safety reporter, Christian Boone.

Breakdown’s second episode — “The Road to Indictment” — goes live Tuesday. This season we are partnering with WSB-Radio.

You can download the podcast from iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify or your favorite podcasting platform. Or you can stream it on your computer in the player below.

JOIN THE DISCUSSION: Join the Breakdown Podcast Facebook group for more AJC coverage and behind-the-scenes looks at previous Breakdown seasons.

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