A lawyer working with the family of Maya Millete will appear Monday on Dr. Phil to talk about evidence released in the case of the missing Chula Vista mother.
CHULA VISTA, Calif. — A lawyer working with the family of Maya Millete will appear Monday on Dr. Phil to talk about evidence released in the case of the missing Chula Vista mother.
A surveillance camera in the neighborhood captured six loud bangs around 10 p.m. on January 7, the night Maya was last seen on a Facebook call with friends.
The neighbor who gave News 8 the audio recording did not provide the video portion because it shows the neighbor’s house, and the neighbor wishes to remain anonymous.
The attorney also reacted to statements made by Larry Millete’s father, Benito Millete, on Thursday when News 8 caught up with him in the neighborhood.
“It sounds like a little bit of a taunt to Mays family," said Little. "Youre looking for a dead body that doesnt exist. Were waiting for her to come home because shes alive. Its a taunt. Its sarcastic. Its inappropriate. Its insensitive to that family that is grieving."
Little will appear Monday on Dr. Phil -- which airs at 3 p.m. on CBS8 -- along with Maya’s sister and brother-in-law, Maricris and Richard Drouailet. The attorney said national exposure can sometimes kick-start a stalled investigation.
“We’re not enemies of the police. We love the police. We want them to win. We want them to do their job,” said Little. “But when theyre taking too long and theyre not protecting the public the way that the public want to be protected, then we gotta say something.”