SAN ANTONIO -

A man who claims to have no memory of committing crimes is facing an additional charge related to thefts at churches in north Bexar County.

The new charge against Charles Cline, 49, stems from the Dec. 23 theft of about $46,000 worth of camera equipment from Summit Christian Center.

According to an arrest warrant affidavit, investigators with the Bexar County Sheriff's Office have identified Cline as the man who walked into the church in the 2500 block of Marshall Road while it was open for worship and stole a video camera and other equipment.

They said the crime was caught on surveillance camera. Detectives said they then compared those pictures to surveillance photos they already had from another theft at a nearby church.

In that earlier case, which they linked to Cline with DNA evidence, they said he entered the building by breaking a window, and then attempted to pull a TV off the wall.

Detectives said during questioning, Cline admitted he is the man in the surveillance pictures at both churches.

However, they said he told them he doesn't remember committing the crimes because he was "loaded," the affidavit stated.

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