The two Little Rock men arrested in Thursday morning’s attempted commercial burglary at 24/7 Fitness were set bonds Friday, but possible parole holds mean the two are likely to remain jailed until trial.

Lance Shamar Gilbert, 26, and Lamont Perry, 38, were set bonds of $50,000 and $75,000, respectively. Records indicate that both men were on parole when they were arrested, Circuit Judge David Reynolds told the court, and the bonds set will be subject to possible parole holds.

Deputy prosecutor Susan Weaver said Perry has a criminal history of "similar incidents" and failure to appear charges stretching back 19 years. Reynolds told the court that Gilbert has an October trial date for an aggravated robbery charge.

Both are charged with burglary, theft of property, theft by receiving and criminal mischief. The theft by receiving charge was filed because the two were driving a stolen pickup truck at the time of the incident. According to police, they broke the building’s glass door and were trying to steal TVs hanging on the wall of the gym.

Also making first appearance at Faulkner County Circuit Court Friday:

• Russell Hillman McKinnon, 63, 270 Highway 365, Maumelle, according to Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office booking information. Possession of a controlled substance. Bond was denied. Pretrial was set for Sept. 17. Public defender Lynn Plemmons was appointed.

• Bradley Houston Boyce, 20, 35 Chicapaw Trail, Conway, according to FCSO booking information. Probation revocation stemming from 2009 criminal use of a prohibited weapon charge and 2008 burglary, theft of property and criminal mischief conviction. Bond was denied. Probation revocation hearing was set for Sept. 11. Public defender Stephen Ralph was appointed.

• Tammy Monreal, 42, 17 Ouachita Drive, Quitman, according to a FCSO jail intake report. Domestic battering, second-offense DWI. Bond was set at $2,500. Pretrial was set for Aug. 24. A public defender was appointed.

• James Mack Thomas, 37, 2236 Nutter Chapel Road, Conway, according to a FCSO jail intake report. Probation revocation stemming from 2002 felony hot check conviction. Bond was denied. Probation revocation hearing was set for Aug. 26. A public defender will be appointed.

• Justin Glenn Dayberry, 19, 100 Brookside Drive, Conway, according to a FCSO jail intake report. Probation revocation stemming from 2008 burglary, theft of property and obstructing government operations charges. Bond was denied. Probation revocation hearing was set for Sept. 11. Public defender Danny Rasmussen was appointed.

• Melody A. Spencer, 20, 3000 John Harden, Jacksonville, according to FCSO booking information. Possession of a controlled substance. Bond was set at $2,500. Pretrial was set for Oct. 22. Public defender Stephen Ralph was appointed.

(Staff writer Joe Lamb can be reached at 505-1238 or by E-mail at joe.lamb@thecabin.net. Send us your news at www.thecabin.net/submit.)