Missing mother of three Maya Millette’s husband arrested for murder – .

Missing mother of three Maya Millette’s husband arrested for murder – .

May ‘Maya’ Millete’s husband was arrested for her murder (Photos: KGTV / Maricris Drouaillet)

May ‘Maya’ Millete’s husband, who was last seen alive earlier this year, has been taken into custody in connection with his murder.

Larry Millet’s arrest on Tuesday comes nine months after Maya, 39, went missing. She would have disappeared the day she made an appointment to meet with a divorce lawyer.

“Today the Chula Vista Police Department announces the arrest of Larry Millete for the murder of his wife, May,” Chula Vista Police said Tuesday.

In July, Larry was named as a person of interest in his wife’s disappearance. She was last seen by her father on January 7, two days before the Chula Vista family left on a trip for her daughter’s birthday, NBC News reported.

Her husband initially participated in the search, but subsequently stopped cooperating with law enforcement.

Billy Little, an attorney working with Maya’s family, told Fox News that Larry had withdrawn large sums of money from the bank over the past few days, making it look like he was going to run away.

A SWAT team stormed their home around 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, taking Larry into custody.

“I hope the guy burns in hell,” Little told Fox News.

The Chula Vista Police Department has asked investigators to interview 87 people, draft 67 search warrants and follow up on more than 130 pieces of information about Maya’s possible location or the reason for her disappearance, the department said. .

Maya and her husband share three children aged four, nine and 11.

In January, when police raided Millet’s residence in connection with Maya’s disappearance, Larry reportedly told officers he knew they were coming to get his guns and gave his guns to friends.

He then declined to name who was in possession of his guns, the Daily Mail reported.

Larry is said to have owned a total of 22 guns, of which only eight were legally registered in his name. By the time the restraining order was issued, police had recovered two semi-automatic weapons in their possession.

In the months following her disappearance, those close to Maya spoke about how their marriage had fallen apart.

Maya also reportedly told her brother-in-law, “If anything happened to me, it would be Larry,” Fox News reported.

His relatives have warned that they are reluctant to talk about Larry. In the past, he has said and done questionable things to them, including sending a photo of himself and his wife covered in what appeared to be drops of blood, they said.

Maya’s family had been conducting weekly searches since her disappearance in January.

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