http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/0426elderly-shooting0426-ON.html# 1 Atlanta officer pleads guilty in drug raid death of elderly woman Associated Press Apr. 26, 2007 10:50 AM ATLANTA - A retired police officer pleaded guilty to manslaughter Thursday, shortly after an indictment was unsealed charging him and two fellow officers with the shooting death of a 92-year-old woman during a drug raid. Gregg Junnier, 40, who retired in January, pleaded guilty to manslaughter, violation of oath, criminal solicitation and making false statements. Officer J.R. Smith, 35, was expected also to enter a plea during the same hearing. On Nov. 21, the officers had raided Kathryn Johnston's home after an informant described buying drugs there, police say. When the officers, with a no-knock warrant, burst in without warning, Johnston fired at them and they fired back, killing her. Junnier, 40, and Officer J.R. Smith, 35, were charged in the indictment with felony murder, violation of oath by a public officer, criminal solicitation, burglary, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and making false statements. The third officer, Arthur Tesler, 40, was charged with violation of oath by a public officer, making false statements and false imprisonment under color of legal process. His attorney said he expects the case to go to trial.