DeKalb Officer Indicted For Murder | Therapy Dog | The Breakroom

Jan 22, 2016

DeKalb County police officer Robert Olsen was indicted on six counts, including felony murder, by a grand jury Thursday night. Olsen now faces criminal charges in the death of 27-year-old Anthony Hill, an Air Force veteran who was unarmed and naked at the time he was fatally shot by the officer. Host Celeste Headlee speaks with Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter Christian Boone about the case going forward. Plus, a recent report by the American College Health Association found nearly one in six students has been diagnosed with or treated for anxiety in the past year. Emory University recently hired its first full-time therapy dog to help students reduce stress and anxiety. Producer Linda Chen stopped by to see her at work and brings us an audio postcard. Then, host Celeste Headlee talks about the week’s news with The Breakroom gang. This Friday’s topics include the lack of diversity in this year’s Oscar nominees, Murder Kroger’s new look, and a naked woman’s rampage at a Georgia Waffle House.