On Thursday, a law enforcement official said a man in his 30s was previously charged in connection to the Texas church shootings.
In March, authorities in Tennessee identified the suspect as a man identified as Dylann Roof, who allegedly shot at the Saddlebacks church on March 5.
Roof allegedly had previously been charged in the shooting of two people, a woman and a man, and is now in police custody in Tennessee.
Roof was charged with murder and other offenses in the shootings of two women and a woman, both of whom were found dead in the church.
The Texas church, located about 40 miles (64 kilometers) northwest of Houston, is the oldest church in Texas and the oldest continuously operated church in the country.
The church is named for a member of the first Baptist church in Tennessee who founded the congregation in 1740.
The SaddleBack church is located in a small town about 40 minutes outside of Austin, Texas.
Saddleback is a small city located in central Texas, about 40-minutes from Austin.
The city of SaddleBud is about 25 miles (40 kilometers) northeast of the city.
According to the official, Roof has been previously charged with assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a weapon in a dangerous location and carrying a concealed weapon.