A Fillmore man and a Ramsey man both been charged with burglary and mob action made an appearance in Fayette County Court on Tuesday morning. 25-year old Shawn Durbin and 18-year old Bradley Ulery both appeared for preliminary hearings and were informed of the true bill of indictments returned in each mans case. Ulery, with his public defender William Starnes, waived formal arraignment and entered a plea of not guilty. Starnes motioned to the court for a reduction of bond and Judge Don Sheafor denied the motion at this time, keeping bond set at $20,000. Ulery will next appear in court on October 23 at 10am. In Durbin’s case, the matter was set for a pre-trial hearing on December 4 at 10am. Both men are charged with two counts of burglary, one involving a motor vehicle and the second involving a Vandalia business. The two counts are Class 2 felonies which are punishable by three to seven years in prison. The pair are also each charged with one count of possession of burglary tools and one count of mob action which are Class 4 felonies, punishable by one to three years in prison, and one misdemeanor count each of criminal damage to property, theft and criminal trespass to a vehicle. A third person, a male juvenile was also arrested in connection to the crimes and is also charged with the same seven counts as Durbin and Ulery.