The man accused of burglarizing and setting fire to a historic Dickson church faces a June 10 trial. 35-year-old Carlos D. Carr of Dickson was arraigned in Dickson County Circuit Court Monday on charges of arson of a place of worship, burglary and theft for the May break-in and fire at the New Hope Baptist Church at 910 Highway 47 East. Investigators say Carr smashed a glass rear door, stole about $5 from a cashbox and set fire to the church’s kitchen and dining area. He was indicted for the break-in in December as well as for charges of aggravated assault and theft for allegedly using a razor knife to steal a woman’s purse in September. Judge Larry Wallace appointed the public defender’s office to represent Carr and set his trial for June 10 before Judge Robert Burch. An appearance date for pretrial motions was set for March 15. Carr remains in the Dickson County Jail with bond set at $15,000. New Hope Baptist Church was able to resume holding services within days of the fire.