Seven chilling details in Maya Millete’s ‘murder’ from curse spells to disturbing sounds on surveillance video

BEFORE Maya Millete disappeared from her home in Chula Vista, California in January 2021, family and friends did not suspect her husband Larry Millete could be plotting to kill her.

But in October 2021, Larry, 40 years old, arrested for the crime involved in the murder of his 39-year-old wife, and this month a new 48 Hours Special will uncover the mystery more than a year after the mother-of-three was last seen.

Maya Millete has not been seen since January 7, 2021


Maya Millete has not been seen since January 7, 2021Credit: Family Documents
On the night Maya disappeared, a neighbor's camera captured the'sound of gunfire'


On the night Maya disappeared, a neighbor’s camera captured the ‘sound of gunfire’Credit: Google Maps

Special search for 48 hours Maya Millete will air on February 19, 2022, at 10 p.m. EST on CBS and Paramount+. The trailer says it will focus on puzzling details from the days before Maya disappeared.

The document can uncover her husband’s odd Google searches, shocking video and audio captured by a neighbor’s surveillance camera, and a photo of Maya and Larry’s four-year-old son surrounded by guns.

Larry Millete ‘study poison’

Exclusive sun obtained Statement of Support Larry Millete’s Arrest Warrant, which details the “desperate, frantic” behaviors he claims to have displayed before his wife disappeared.

A lead investigator said Larry Millete, Maya’s husband, allegedly searched for “poison plants” and researched poisonous plants online in the days before her disappearance.

“In December 2020, Larry conduct a search titled: ‘my wife doesn’t want me to touch her’ and then searched for ‘Flunitrazepan, Rohypnol and diphenhydramine,’ the officer wrote in the arrest affidavit.

“These are central nervous system sedatives and depressants that can be used to incapacitate a person.”

Flunitrazepan is the generic name for Rohypnol, according to the DEA’s website. Rohypnol is widely known as a “date rape” drug.

Husband ‘find a charmer’

Investigators found that Larry allegedly sent “hundreds” of emails to multiple companies that sell “charms”.

According to the investigative report, Larry had been in contact with “charmists” who advertised themselves as “spiritists, spiritists, or white light practitioners capable of ‘active energy’. quantity’.”

Charmers sold spells that could be used to “enhance one’s love life, clear debt, or make a lover faithful.”

On December 31, 2020, he allegedly emailed a spelling teacherwrote: “Can you hurt her enough that she will have to depend on me or need my help?

“She’s only good to me when she needs me or [is] sick. Thanks again. Probably [an] accident or broken bones. ”

Just before 1:30 a.m. on January 8, Maya’s phone activity suddenly stopped working, and her husband sent his last email an hour later to a charmer, begging for help to save her life. his marriage.

He abruptly requested an end to the curses on his wife on January 9.

Larry Millete was arrested in October 2021 on charges related to Maya's death


Larry Millete was arrested in October 2021 on charges related to Maya’s deathCredit: Fox

Neighbor’s camera captures ‘gunshot’

The sound from the neighbor’s security camera seems to contain a series of gunshotsrecorded at 10 o’clock at night Millete disappeared.

The family’s private investigator, Billy Little Jr, claimed that there was also a tape recording of a “fight” that took place inside Millete’s home on January 7 “so much so that the inside could be heard. outside.”

According to Little’s report, the skirmish was fought with ten gunshots, although the CCTV footage only showed eight gunshots that could be heard.

“After that fight, there were six shots. Bang, 10 seconds pause, boom, 10 seconds pause, boom, boom, boom, boom, four more shots,” Little said.

News 8 previously released CCTV footage, showing only one rooftop, with a total of eight loud explosions being heard, along with barking dogs.

The children were sent outside the night their mother went missing

Private investigator Billy Little Jr told The Sun that, along with gunfire recorded on January 7, there have been more disturbing videos since that night.

“Yes [also] videos of kids playing in the backyard alone for half an hour, outside in the cold, on a school night,” Little said.

Maya and Larry have three children: two daughters and a son. The kids are now 5, 10 and 11 years old.

“It was 10:30pm. The temperature was 40 degrees Fahrenheit. He sent the kids one night at school, out in the backyard to hang out,” Little continued.

Neighbors said they heard children outside also.

Little said that letting the kids out after 10 p.m., in the chilly January weather, was so unusual that red flags were raised as to what had happened, and what the kids might have been. witness.

Little explained: “He had three young children in that house as a witness.

“They didn’t see it, but they certainly heard the fighting and they heard the gunfire.”

Maya and Larry's four-year-old son is blurred from Larry's gun collection photo


Maya and Larry’s four-year-old son is blurred from Larry’s gun collection photoCredit: SDPD

Scary photo of toddler boy with gun

Photos taken in 2020 show Larry Millete’s Rich collection of rifles and pistols—And, standing between them, their four-year-old son.

Copies of the photograph that have been released to the public do not show the boy’s face or body, but his feet can still be seen.

The child appears to be standing on a table armed with a gun from start to finish. In another photo, a huge collection of guns is arranged on the floor.

The photos were used by City of San Diego In May 2021, police persuaded Judge Katherine Bacal to issue a temporary gun restraining order against Maya’s husband.

Due to the order, Larry Millete’s The gun collection was seized by officers on May 7.

One of Larry’s 40 caliber guns is still missing.

Days of warning about the grave before disappearing

After Maya disappeared, an anonymous member of her family revealed to Fox News that she issued an unsettling warning while on vacation with loved ones.

Maya is said to have tell her family: “If anything happens to me, it’s Larry.”

According to her brother-in-law Richard Drouaillet, Maya last saw her family, including her sister Maricris Drouaillet, on a camping trip just days before she went missing.

At that time, her marriage to Larry Millete has been plagued by troubles over the past year.

Maya’s family and friends tell private investigator Little Larry is “in control” and they are experiencing marital problems throughout 2020, in which he accuses her of cheating with three other men together.

He also says that he switched from being a devout Christian to being interested in witchcraft in an attempt to keep Maya from leaving him.

Miss Maya’s Scary Search History

Investigators pointed to Larry’s search history as evidence of a plan to harm his wife. Meanwhile, Maya’s Google history paints a tragic picture of a woman feeling trapped.

Throughout 2020, Maya’s Google search history reveals her plans to leave Larryshows terms like “how do I calculate child support payments” and “how many mortgages can I afford”.

The detective noted in the statement that these “multiple searches” were a sign that Maya “was conducting research to begin a life separate from her husband”.

The arrest document also says Maya called a law firm on January 7 to schedule an appointment to discuss a divorce with her husband after their daughter’s birthday that month.

That was the last day Maya Millete was seen alive.

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DevanCole is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. DevanCole joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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