Two men have admitted to the manslaughter of a Melbourne drug dealer during a planned robbery.
Tomas Cugurno-Pfabe and Benjamin Nagy killed 43-year-old Bradley Crawford in his caravan at Scoresby in September 2019.
Cugurno-Pfabe and Nagy had murder and armed robbery charges dropped in Melbourne Magistrates Court on Thursday.
They each pleaded guilty to one count of manslaughter.
Murder and armed robbery charges were also dropped against Jake Oldis and Denaye Whitfield.
They both admitted to robbery and were sentenced to time already served alongside 18-month community correction orders.
Whitfield spent 54 days in custody and admitted to robbery on the basis she disclosed the location of Mr Crawford's drug stash.
Oldis' involvement was limited to him being the getaway driver. He spent 104 days in custody.
Cugurno-Pfabe and Nagy remain on bail and are due to appear in Victoria's Supreme Court for a directions hearing on June 11.