A Bingham woman and a Ramsey man both face charges of theft and burglary and were informed of the charges in court appearances on Monday. 21-year old Sarah I. Mecum of Bingham and 19-year old Devon E. Johnson of Ramsey are each charged with one count of burglary, a Class 2 Felony, for having allegedly “knowingly entered upon the property at 108 W. 6th Street in Bingham with the intent to commit a theft”. Mecum and Johnson each also face one count of theft, a Class 3 Felony, as they are alleged to have “knowingly exerted unauthorized control over stolen property” being 13 puppies and one three-year old dog from the residence in Bingham. Bond for each of the defendants has been set at $25,000 and they are to have no contact with the victim and her property. Mecum has been assigned public defender Jeffrey DeLong while Johnson has been assigned public defender Ed Potter. Both Mecum and Johnson will have their first appearances in court with counsel on September 20 at 11am.