CA CA - Maya Millete, 39, missed daughter's birthday, Chula Vista, 7 Jan 2021 #4 *husband arrested*

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  1. PaulaDC

    PaulaDC Well-Known Member

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    WoW, I just watched the trailer for the movie Shot Caller. I'm totally floored that any parent of small children would think they would be old enough to comprehend this type of movie. I'm stumped. I'm floored. I'm smh. {Sigh} moo
     
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  2. Curious Me

    Curious Me Who When Where What Why & How

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    Hope everyone gets to see this good news. <modsnip>

    Sister of Maya Millete petitions for guardianship of missing woman’s 3 children | cbs8.com

    “The Children are in an extremely fragile emotional state. Larry is preying upon their young minds and utilizing his parents to directly violate Court orders. Enough is enough. Larry’s actions must be stopped,” the petition said.

    A probate court hearing on the petition for temporary guardianship is set for Nov. 10. A hearing in the same court for permanent guardianship is set for Jan. 19, 2022.

    Larry Millete will be back in Chula Vista criminal court on Thursday, Nov. 4 for a bail review hearing.


    WATCH: What will happen to the children of Maya Millete. (San Diego family law attorney

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  3. Curious Me

    Curious Me Who When Where What Why & How

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  4. Niner

    Niner Long time Websleuther

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    Thursday, November 4th:
    *Felony Bail Review Hearing (Murder) (@ 1:30pm PT) - CA - *Maya Millete (39) (last seen @ home on Jan. 7, 2021, near San Miguel Ranch area, Chula Vista & reported missing Jan. 9, 2021 by her sister). *Larry Millete (40) charged (10/18/21), arrested (10/19/21) & arraigned (10/21/21) with murder. Plead not guilty. Held without bond.
    *Larry Millete (39/now 40) regarding gun violence restraining order on possession of guns (1/7/21).
    Case info from 1/7/21 thru 10/19/21 reference post #791 here:
    CA - CA - Maya Millete, 39, missed daughter's birthday, Chula Vista, 7 Jan 2021 #4 *husband arrested*

    10/21/21 Update: Murder: Millete plead not guilty. No bond at this time. Requested bail hearing & Judge set bail hearing on 11/4/21 @ 11:30am to review. Protective order in effect (to certain parties). GVRO hearing on 12/1/21 & family court hearing on 12/17/21.
    10/26/21 Update: Prosecutors have filed a court motion aimed at keeping Millete in jail with no bail. In the filing, Deputy District Attorney Christy Bowles argues if Millete is released on bail, he might try to kill a man who allegedly had an affair with his missing wife." Millete will make a brief appearance in Chula Vista court in the afternoon of Wednesday, 10/27/21. A spokesperson for the San Diego County District Attorney confirmed the hearing was scheduled to “address the criminal protective order.” The criminal protective order filed last week names Millete’s three minor children, currently ages 5, 10 & 11. Under the terms of the order, the father “must have no personal, electronic, telephonic, or written contact with the protected persons.” Additionally, Millete must stay “100 yards away from home, employment, school, [and] vehicle of each protected person.”
    10/27/21 Update: Millete will have his phone privileges restricted while in jail, only able to call his attorney, according to Judge Maryann D'Addezio on Wednesday. Prosecutors said that Millete has made more than 129 phone calls in jail & about nine hours worth of those calls have been directly to his children. Some of those calls have been in the middle of the night. He was given a protective order during the last hearing & told not to contact any witnesses or his three children. Prosecutors said he violated that order. "I believe that you understood what your orders were & you violated them blatantly," per Judge D'Addezio. His attorney, Bonita Martinez, claimed he was never given a physical copy of the order, when the judge said he blatantly violated the order. Millete's lawyer also said she will file a motion to modify the restraining order to try to allow him to contact his kids. All phone calls he makes are monitored & recorded. Murder: Next felony bail review hearing on 11/4/21 @ 1:30pm, preliminary exam readiness hearing on 12/16/21 & preliminary exam hearing on 2/28/22.
    11/3/21: Maricris Drouaillet (Maya's sister) petitioned for temporary guardianship for the 3 children. A probate court hearing on the petition for temporary guardianship is set for Nov. 10. A hearing in the same court for permanent guardianship is set for Jan. 19, 2022.
     
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  5. Seattle1

    Seattle1 #LiveLikeLizzy

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    I'm not familiar with the movie trailer but I was hoping that LM would soon be changing his plea but first wanted to set up this image with his kids where he could tell them that lawyer advised him to ____ and now he was doing___ in prison to both protect them and stay alive.

    In other words, he'll continue to tell the children that Maya left the family, he never hurt Maya, and he received bad advice from his lawyer. Like most narcissists, he'll rely on his ability to lie, blame, and manipulate. MOO
     
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  6. Lusitana

    Lusitana Well-Known Member

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    I agree that the children might be better off living someone else. But that's not enough, they need therapy, guidance and help.
     
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    Marysmith Well-Known Member

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    Maya’s sister did say she would arrange for them to go to therapy. Definitely her petition was reasonable and in a much better interest for them IMO.
     
  8. cvaldez1975

    cvaldez1975 Well-Known Member

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    those reasons are beautifully stated, they are facts not hearsay, and ole lar's behavior is detrimental to the children.
     
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  9. cvaldez1975

    cvaldez1975 Well-Known Member

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    honestly, the children are eligible for services through crime victim fund as well.
     
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  10. rosesfromangels

    rosesfromangels Amateur speculations and opinion only

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    They are going to need as much help as they can get.

    Amateur opinion and speculation
     
  11. Tink56

    Tink56 MOO...IMO

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    It will be very difficult for a judge to move the children from the current home, school, and friends IMO.

    Child Protective Services (CPS) in CA will use the following as guidelines for emergency removal of children from a home. This is just the beginning of the process.
    IMO, the children might be better placed in a neutral foster home. Maricris spends her weekends looking for Maya. She has two teens to parent.

    LM's parents are obviously (IMO) biased against Maya and the rest of her family.

    Children cannot thrive with this type of continuous anxiety (see Maslow's Hierachy of Human Needs). Don't know what the answer could/should be. However, I think their very home could be threatened without any income from either parent....who is paying the mortgage? How is the attorney being paid? What a mess!

    This is from the courts on the beginning of removing children from a home. Many steps follow the initial removal.
    Child abuse and neglect case starts when someone reports a concern that:
    • You are abusing your child or not taking care of your child properly,
    • Someone else is abusing your child or not taking care of him or her properly and you are not protecting your child from that, or
    • Your child is in danger of being abused or not taken care of properly by you or someone else.
    Reports that a child is being abused or neglected are usually made to the police or to social workers. When a child abuse and neglect report is made, the social worker or police officer is required to investigate. If a police officer gets notified first, he or she will usually turn it over to the social worker for investigation.

    A social worker investigates by talking to you, your child, people who know you and your family, and by looking at where you live. The social worker can talk to your child at school without you being present. The social worker does not need a court order to talk to your child at school, as long as there is not a police officer present when the social worker talks to your child. After the social worker talks to your child at school, he or she has to tell you that s/he interviewed your child at school.

    After investigating the social worker will do one of the following:

    • Not take any action. The social worker will do this if he does not find evidence of abuse or neglect that requires court involvement.
    • Offer you what are called voluntary services. These are free services that the social worker will help you connect to that are designed to help you learn how to parent your child more safely.
    • Leave your child in your care and file a petition with the court that asks to the court to open a case to protect your child.
    • Take your child from your care and file a paper with the court, called a petition, that asks the court to open a case to protect your child. The social worker must file the petition within two court days of removing your child. The social worker will take your child from you if he thinks the child is in immediate danger in your care. If the social worker takes your child from your care he can place the child with the other parent (if you are separated), with a relative, or in a foster home. Guide to Dependency Court – For Parents - child_abuse_famlaw_selfhelp
    Incarerated Parents Manual:
    https://www.courts.ca.gov/documents/BTB_23_4K_4.pdf

    Maslow's Hieracrchy of Human Needs:
    Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Explained
     
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  12. cvaldez1975

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    eh idk its a pretty unique set of circumstances. BBM that is already occurring
     
  13. rosesfromangels

    rosesfromangels Amateur speculations and opinion only

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    Thank you for your excellent documentation on what we can likely expect with the child custody case. If it can be proved that LM was in fact driving around with Maya's dead body and his son in the car...well, I think Maricris will prevail. We also have LM's father talking about dead bodies in front of the children in a news report. Bad environment and influence on these poor, traumatized children.

    Amateur opinion and speculation
     
  14. Tink56

    Tink56 MOO...IMO

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    A hopeful part of the procedure, IMO, is the latitude given to social workers to investigate. Hopefully by interviewing teachers and other people, social services will have a good idea of the children's current mental state. From the link I posted above about the intial stages of such an "investigation".:

    When a child abuse and neglect report is made, the social worker or police officer is required to investigate. If a police officer gets notified first, he or she will usually turn it over to the social worker for investigation.

    A social worker investigates by talking to you, your child, people who know you and your family, and by looking at where you live. The social worker can talk to your child at school without you being present. The social worker does not need a court order to talk to your child at school, as long as there is not a police officer present when the social worker talks to your child. After the social worker talks to your child at school, he or she has to tell you that s/he interviewed your child at school.
     
  15. Seattle1

    Seattle1 #LiveLikeLizzy

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    Thanks, @Tink56 for the CA links to child and family court matters.

    I agree this will be difficult. IMO, the court doesn't tend to rule on "prevention" of future acts." For example -- the state took no action to remove the children from LM (and I don't think this was for lack of trying). MOO
     
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    oviedo Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for this update - I hope she prevails in the guardianship court.
    JMO
     
  17. cvaldez1975

    cvaldez1975 Well-Known Member

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    hopefully each child gets their own minor counsel in this case.
     
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  18. Curious Me

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    Denied Bail. :)
     
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