MILWAUKEE (AP) – Authorities searched a suburban Milwaukee landfill but have found no clues in the disappearance of a 27-year-old woman.  Monday’s search found nothing related to Kelly Dwyer’s disappearance. The search resumes Tuesday.   Dwyer’s family reported her missing Oct. 12. Volunteers have repeatedly searched parts of Milwaukee and posted fliers in search of Dwyer. Police on Saturday began searching a landfill in Menomonee Falls and continued that effort Monday.  Court documents say Dwyer was last seen with her boyfriend on Oct. 10 when the two used drugs together. That man, Kris Zocco, appeared in court Monday on drug charges and pleaded not guilty. He has not been charged in Dwyer’s disappearance. Zocco was also recently charged with 17 counts of possessing child pornography. He’s scheduled in court Wednesday on those charges.