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Timeline of Maya Millete going missing as husband Larry arrested after cops probe clues from gun claims to family trip

HERE is the timeline of Maya Millete's missing case as her husband Larry has been arrested following a police investigation into clues from gun claims to a family trip.

Maya — a mom of three and contractor at a Naval Base in San Diego —disappeared on January 7, 2021, and was reported missing two days later.

Now, nine months later on October 19, her husband Larry Millete was arrested by The Chula Vista Police Department.

Maya was last seen at her Chula Vista home on January 7 at approximately 5pm.

Investigators have revealed Maya has not responded to calls or texts since that day, NBC San Diego reports.

Soon after, Maya was reported missing by her sister, Maricris Drouaillet, on January 9 at 11.18pm.

January 9 was the day Maya's family had been planning to go on a trip to a cabin in Big Bear for her daughter’s 11th birthday.

Maya's sudden disappearance came after she scheduled an appointment with a divorce attorney that same day.

Her and her husband Larry reportedly had an argument the day she was last seen, and she locked herself in their room and did not speak to him or her kids all day, according to him.

At around 1am on January 10, police began probing the missing report at Maya's home, CVPD Leutenent Miriam Foxx confirmed.

Investigators learned on that day that Maya disappeared on January 7, but her car remained at the home.

On January 23, a search warrant with hopes to "obtain evidence and clues" was served by investigators at Maya's residence, according to Foxx.

On February 4, Maya's sister Maricris Drouaillet, who had been cooperating with police, admitted to feeling "helpless" and "desperate for answers" to NBC 7.

It was then confirmed that Maya's husband Larry obtained a lawyer and was not helping with the investigation.

Two months passed and Maya's family held a walk and prayer for their missing loved one on March 7.

CVPD Chief Roxanna Kennedy revealed on April 4 that bringing Maya home safely was the department's "number one priority."

Later that month, on April 21, police announced a partnership with a "multi-agency group" — including San Diego District Attorney’s Office, the FBI, and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service — working on the case, according to NBC San Diego.

Maya turned 40 on April 26, prompting her family to hold a gathering exactly 114 days after she vanished.

On May 7, a second search warrant was served at the Millete home.

It was then revealed that Larry had been served a temporary Gun Violence Restraining Order, which was eventually reissued on September 14.

Larry was named a person of interest on July 22.

On July 26, ABC10 News San Diego reported that unredacted documents were released about Larry's gun violence restraining order.

According to the documents, police were worried Larry "may flee the state or country with his three young minor children or Respondent will likely shoot it out with police due to photographs showing several unregistered and/or illegal assault rifles with numerous ammunitions on a table in Respondent's house."

And in August, it was reported that court records could offer clues into where authorities should be looking for Maya, according to CBS8.

A court filing revealed nine photos from Millete family trips from 2020 and the different locations that were visited.

Anyone with information into Maya's whereabouts is urged to contact detectives at (619) 691-5139 or Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477 as the Chula Vista Police Department's probe continues.

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