The Polk County Sheriff's Office said Christopher Fink, 40, was arrested Thursday after the Toho Water Authority reported $22,000 worth of manhole covers missing Wednesday in Poinciana -- and Fink was caught attempting to sell the covers at local metal dealers, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported Friday.
Fink was charged with felony counts of grand theft, dealing in stolen property and giving false verification to a secondhand metal dealer.
The sheriff's office said more charges are possible against Fink, who has been arrested six times since October 2011.
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