LONGMONT, Colo (CBS4) – A homeless man has been charged after a fire was started at a Longmont church. Cassidy Cole Moroney, 34, was arrested Tuesday night and faces a charge of first-degree arson after a fire was started at the Central Longmont Presbyterian Church on Sunday.

Cassidy Cole Moroney

Cassidy Cole Moroney (credit: Longmont Police)

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The church on Kimbark Street received more than $5,000 in damage.

(credit: Central Longmont Presbyterian Church)

Moroney was arrested without incident and taken to the Boulder County Jail.

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Suspect accused of setting Central Longmont Presbyterian Church on fire early Sunday morning.

An image of the suspect inside the church (credit: Longmont Police Department)

Longmont fire and police detectives say someone broke a window in a door leading into the church and started a fire using an accelerant.

Central Presbyterian Church in Longmont

Central Longmont Presbyterian Church (credit: CBS)

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