A Floyd County business owner was arrested Thursday and charged with theft by receiving and violation of transactions after Floyd County police found man hole covers that had been stolen from the city of Rome at his place of business. According to police, Terry’s Auto parts owner, Jack Rayburn of Cedartown, allegedly failed to obtain the proper paperwork when purchasing scrap metal at his place of business. Police say that Rayburn was in possession of manhole covers that were valued at over 3 thousand dollars and had been stolen from the city of Rome. All manhole covers have since been replaced. A second suspect has also been arrested in connection with the incident as police have picked up 19 year-old Clifford Eugene Lindsey III, and charged him with interference with government property and theft by receiving stolen property.  (RomeNewswire.com)