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  • May Millete Never Seen Leaving Home, CVPD Detective Testifies

    JASON KUROSU, City News Service|Updated Jan 20, 2023

    SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Surveillance footage of the home of a still-missing Chula Vista woman allegedly murdered by her husband does not show any sign of her leaving the house around the time she disappeared, a detective testified today. May ``Maya'' Millete has not been seen or heard from since Jan. 7, 2021. Though her body has not been found, prosecutors allege her husband, 41-year-old Larry Millete, killed her because she sought to divorce him. Larry Millete stated in a separate court declaration that he believed his wife left...

  • Chula Vista Man Pleads Not Guilty to Murdering Wife, Who Remains Missing

    JASON KUROSU, City News Service|Updated Oct 22, 2021

    CHULA VISTA - The husband of a Chula Vista woman who remains missing more than nine months after disappearing from her home pleaded not guilty today to her murder. Larry Millete, 40, is accused of killing 39-year-old May ``Maya'' Millete, the mother of his three children, in January, after she sought a divorce. Millete, who is charged with murder and illegally possessing an assault weapon, was arrested Tuesday and remains held without bail. During his brief arraignment at the courthouse in Chula Vista, his attorney, Bonita...

  • Margaret Hunter gets eight months home confinement for misusing campaign funds

    Jason Kurosu, City News Service|Updated Aug 29, 2020

    Margaret Hunter, who pleaded guilty along with her husband – former Rep. Duncan Hunter – to illegally spending hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign funds for personal purposes, was sentenced Monday, Aug. 24, to eight months of home confinement, slated to begin immediately, and three years of probation. The former congressman’s wife, who also acted as his campaign manager during much of the time the pair improperly spent campaign funds on personal expenditures, pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge more than a...