MAYA Millete’s husband Larry "searched for 'plants you take to never wake up and hemlock poison'" before his wife vanished, court documents say.
The Sun exclusively obtained Larry Millete's Declaration in Support of the Arrest Warrant, which detailed the allegations against Maya's husband, who was arrested yesterday – ten months after the mom-of-three vanished.
Maya, 39, mysteriously disappeared in California back on January 7 – the same day she scheduled a meeting with a divorce attorney for the following week.
The declaration, filed in California Superior Court, described how Millete allegedly became increasingly "stalker-like" towards his wife as he monitored her movements, looked up spells to hex his wife, and poisonous plants.
Chula Vista Detective Jesse Vicente writes: "A review of Larry's internet searches included 'plant you taker to never wake up' (March 2020) and 'water hemlock' (November 2020).
"As their relationship declined, May was not interested in a physical relationship with Larry.
"In December of 2020, Larry conducted a search entitled: 'my wife doesn't want me to touch her' and then searched for 'Flunitrazepan, Rohypnol, and diphenhydramine.'
"These are central nervous system sedatives and depressants that could be used to incapacitate a person. According to the DEA website, flunitrazepan is the generic name for Rohypnol, commonly referred to as a 'date rape' drug."
After reviewing his phone and conducting search warrants, investigators discovered that Larry had allegedly sent "hundreds" of emails to various companies that sell "spells."
"These companies purport to be psychics, spirit-channellers, or white-light practitioners capable of 'energy work' who sell spells that can be cast to enhance a person's love life, eliminate debt, or make a romantic partner remain faithful."
On December 31, 2020, he allegedly emailed one spellcaster, writing: "Can you hex to have her hurt enough that she will have to depend on me or need my help?
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"She's only nice to me when she needs me or sick. Thanks again. Maybe accident or broken bone."
During a New Year's family trip, the detective noted that "odd and erratic" Millete expressed his desire for someone to "get" the other man his wife was supposedly seeing.
The filing also notes that by January 4, days before the dedicated mom was reported missing, the couple's strained marriage had reached "boiling point."
Maya was determined to leave her husband, who displayed a "frantic," "desperate," and "unbalanced" mindset, with "homicidal ideations," according to the declaration.
The arrest document also noted that Maya had called a law firm the day she was last seen about scheduling an appointment to discuss divorcing her husband and planned to initiate the split after their daughter's birthday.
Hours later, Millete emailed a spell caster saying: "Make her realize that we are meant to be with each other. Make her miserable without me. Make her want to sleep on the same bed for all eternity [praying hands emoji."
Just before 1.30 am local time on January 8, Maya's phone activity suddenly stopped and her husband sends his final email to a spell-caster begging for help to save his marriage about an hour later.
Millete sought out these products online from September 2020 to January 2021. He abruptly stopped asked for the hexes against his wife to be stopped on January 9.
From then on, he changed his focus to the man he was convinced Maya was having an affair with for the next month, according to the arrest declaration.
Maya's body still has not been found as of October 20, 2021.
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