CHULA VISTA – Two reputed gang members accused of killing a developmentally disabled man in Lincoln Acres last year strictly for the thrill of it are scheduled to appear in court in Chula Vista Monday for a preliminary hearing being held to determine if they will have to stand trial for murder. Humberto Emanuel Galvez, 19, and Juan Ignacio Gomez, 21, are charged with murder in the slaying of 21-year-old Jordan Hickey on April 29, 2011. The defendants also face allegations of gun use and gang involvement, according to Deputy District Attorney David Grapilon. Sheriff’s deputies responding to a report of gunfire found Hickey mortally wounded near his bicycle on a sidewalk alongside Grove Street, a few blocks from his home in National City. He died at the scene. “These two defendants were driving around, essentially looking for someone to shoot,” Grapilon said at the defendants’ arraignment earlier this year. “They’d armed themselves with a shotgun.” Galvez and Gomez happened to pull alongside Hickey, who they didn’t appear to know, the prosecutor said. He said they fired “for the thrill of it.” Authorities have not revealed what led them to the defendants, who were arrested in March. A judge will decide at the end of the preliminary hearing whether there is enough evidence to order the defendants to stand trial. If convicted, Galvez and Gomez each face 64 years to life in prison.