DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. — A former DeKalb County police officer was found not guilty on two counts of felony murder and guilty on four other counts in his trial for shooting a naked, unarmed Air Force veteran in the parking lot of his Chamblee apartment complex. Click here for full update.

Robert Olsen says he acted in self-defense when he responded to a call on March 9, 2015, about a suspicious man in the parking lot of The Heights apartment complex. 

Prosecutors say Anthony Hill, an Air Force veteran with mental health issues in the midst of a crisis, posed no threat and that Olsen used unjustifiable lethal force.

Closing arguments concluded on Thursday, Oct. 3 and the jury started deliberating on Friday morning. 

The jury deliberated for five and a half days before returning its verdict on Monday, Oct. 14.

Olsen had faced six charges, which ranged from aggravated assault to murder.   The jury returned a mixed judgment found Olsen not guilty on two felony counts of murder, but found him guilty on the rest of the charges - one count of aggravated assault, one count of making false statements and two counts of violation of oath of office.

Olsen was issued an $80,000 bond; he bonded out around 7:20 p.m., just hours after a jury delivered the verdict.

Olsen will be sentenced on Nov. 1 after his defense team asked for a delay, Judge Latisha Dear Jackson ruled. He is also required to wear and ankle monitor. He will have a daily curfew of 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. until the sentencing.

If sentenced consecutively, he could face up to 35 years in prison.

THE TRIAL:

DAY 1: When veteran heard cops were coming, he said 'they're my friend.' But the cop who responded, killed him

'He was very peaceful': Those close to Anthony Hill were in disbelief at shooting

DAY 2: Witnesses on the stand give first-hand accounts of ex-officer's shooting of naked veteran

DAY 3: Cell phone video showing moments after Anthony Hill was shot takes focus of Olsen trial testimony

DAY 4: Robert Olsen trained on dealing with mentally ill people years before Anthony Hill was shot

DAY 5: Defense rests, closing arguments set to begin in trial of ex-officer charged with murdering naked, unarmed veteran

DAY 6: Fate of officer charged with murder in shooting death of naked, unarmed veteran now in hands of jury

DAY 7: Jurors in Robert Olsen trial can't come to agreement on verdict. Judge says keep trying.

DAY 8: Deliberations enter fourth day for deadlocked jury in Robert Olsen trial

DAY 9: Jurors in Robert Olsen murder trial ask question about being deadlocked … again

TRIAL PREVIEW: Trial to begin for former DeKalb Police officer accused of killing naked, unarmed veteran

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