Two of the four young men accused in a bomb plot against a small Muslim community in upstate New York are set to appear in court Friday morning.

Two of the four young men accused in a bomb plot against a small Muslim community in upstate New York are set to appear in court Friday morning.

According to the Monroe County Court docket, Vincent Vetromile, 20, and Andrew Crysel, 19, could enter pleas. Vetromile was scheduled for a possible plea Monday, but the hearing was postponed until Friday.

Investigators say the pair, along with Brian Colaneri and Nicholas Pheilshifter, planned an attack on Islamberg, a hamlet near Binghamton.

The suspects, who were arrested in January, are facing several felony charges. Police say one of three makeshift bombs found in Vetromile's home in Greece was "functional."

Vetromile and Crysel are set to appear at the Hall of Justice in Rochester at 9:30 a.m. Friday.