LUMMI NATION, Wash. -- Two Lummi Nation members have been sentenced to prison for stabbing another tribal member to death. 25-year-old Johnathan Phair and 22-year-old Dezi-Rey Louie were sentenced to five and four years in prison respectively and three years of supervised release. The two had gone to buy drugs from Lamar James at a home on Lummi tribal lands in December of 2011 when Louie got in a fight with James. Phair then stabbed James multiple times with a butcher knife. The men pled guilty in September.