Twenty-four-year-old Johnathan Phair and 22-year-old Dezi-Rey Louie pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter yesterday afternoon for the death of Lamar James.
According to the plea agreements, Louie and Phair met with James to trade electronics for drugs at a home on Lummi tribal land last December.
Louie and James went into a back room in the home and started fighting.
Phair rushed into the room and stabbed Lames with a butcher knife.
Louie and Phair then fled the home. They were arrested within days of the killing.
The men could get up to eight years in prison when they're sentenced on January 11.