Larry Millete pleaded not responsible to expenses of murder and unlawful possession of an assault weapon on Thursday, about 48 hours after legislation enforcement stormed his Chula Vista residence and took him into custody for allegedly killing his spouse.
The 40-year-old appeared in courtroom sporting a white face masks and a blue jail uniform, flanked by his lawyer.
His spouse, Maya Millete, disappeared from their Chula Vista residence on Jan. 7, the identical day that she made an appointment with a divorce legal professional.
Tuesday’s arrest got here after a nine-month investigation by the Chula Vista Police Division, FBI, NCIS, and San Diego County District Lawyer that included 67 search warrants and practically 100 witness interviews.
“These efforts finally generated quite a lot of items of proof which have turn out to be clear and overwhelming: Larry Millete, [Maya]’s husband, is liable for [Maya]’s homicide and disappearance,” Chula Vista Police Chief Roxana Kennedy mentioned Tuesday.
Legislation enforcement has offered proof that paints Larry as a vindictive and controlling husband who refused to permit his spouse to divorce him.
He’s at the moment being held with out bond, however is due again in courtroom on Nov. 4 for a bail listening to.