On Tuesday, at the San Diego Superior Court, Judge Olga Alvarez sided with Drouaillet and granted her request to place the home on the open market./ Photo: Jeanette Sanchez

The house in Chula Vista, where Maya Millete disappeared from in January 2021, is now listed for sale on the open market, with an estimated value of $1.2 million. Maricris Drouaillet, Maya’s sister, petitioned the court to sell the couple’s home. On Tuesday, Judge Olga Alvarez granted the request and approved the house sale.

The money from the sale will go into a blocked account. Another hearing is scheduled for December to decide which part belongs to Maya and which part belongs to Larry (Maya’s husband).

During last Thursday’s hearing, it was said that the children would remain with Larry’s family and in the Chula Vista community.

The disappearance of Millete began on January 7, 2021. She was last seen at her family’s house around 5 pm. The next day, Larry Millete was caught on video parking their black Lexus out of sight. After Maya’s family couldn’t find her on January 8, her sister filed a missing persons report with the Chula Vista Police Department.

Millete is presumed dead.

The Chula Vista Police Department filed a search warrant for Maya and Larry Millete’s residence on January 23, 2021. The objective was to gather information that would help locate Maya. Investigators seized some of Larry’s firearms. On October 19, 2021, Larry was taken into custody for the murder of his wife.

He has maintained his innocence and claimed that she departed and abandoned the family voluntarily. The date of his trial is set for January 2024.

The investigation has been ongoing since. After many efforts from the Chula Vista Police Department, her family, and the community, there are still no signs of where Maya Millete is.

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