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Delfina Garcia-Traynham (mug shot SCSO)
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 A woman from Branson West was bound over for trial following her preliminary hearing regarding a boat theft late last year.
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At Delfina Garcia-Traynham's preliminary hearing, a private dock master said he was notified on December 14, 2012, that someone had stolen a boat from the dock on Table Rock Lake and tampered with two others. 
Danny Moore told the court that after boat owners found a necklace on the dock he decided to "stake out" the area that night. He said that about 4:45 a.m. he noticed two people with flashlights coming out of a cove near the area.  About 15 minutes later he confronted Garcia-Traynham and K. McB.  The couple told Moore they had come to the area to fish.
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They led Moore to a fishing rod that had tangled wire and appeared to have not been used "in a while."
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Moore, who alerted his wife and other slip owners, said he told the couple that there had been recent thefts on the dock and that they needed to leave.  As they were leaving, someone noticed a boat in the back of Stump Hollow and said "there's Charlies boat."  The watercraft had been hot wired after the ignition was ripped out, according to court testimony.
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The boat was stuck on a rock bank, about 500 feet from Garcia’s residence on Stump Hollow Lane. The cover of the boat, which had been winterized, had been removed, the engine hatch was open and the bilge pump was running, according to Highway Patrol Trooper Mark Green.  McB, who has not been charged in this case, told authorities that Garcia-Traynham had given him the necklace as a gift.
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In an unrelated case, Garcia-Traynham waived her preliminary hearing on drug charges that stemmed from a traffic stop on December 21st in Branson West.
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The officer testified that he pulled her over after she nearly caused an accident when she pulled out of McDonald's.  The officer says Garcia-Traynham gave him permission to search the vehicle.  Inside a red purse he found a plastic baggie that field tested positive for methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.  Also found was a food stamp card belonging to Macheal Rabideau.
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Macheal Rabideau (mug shot SCSO)


Rabideau's attorney argued that the food stamp card was allegedly used as some sort of payment for a debt that Rabideau owed Garcia-Traynham and the purse belonged her.
Rabideau, of Branson, was also bound over for trial on charges of possession of a controlled substance.

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