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Father Denied Visitation After 2011Disappearance Of Ex-Wife

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BEDFORD COUNTY, Tenn.- A Bedford County man suspected in the disappearance of his ex-wife will not be allowed to have visitation with his daughter.

Police still consider Tyler Mook a suspect in the 2011 disappearance of Shelley Mook, a Harris Middle School teacher. Her body has never been found. Mook disappeared after she dropped off her 6-year-old daughter at her ex-husband's home. Her burned out car was found in Murfreesboro that same night, where she had recently moved.

Shelley Mook's mother has custody of the couple's 8-year-old daughter. The Shelbyville Times-Gazette reported, that little girl told her grandmother that her father talked to her about burning her grandmother's home down, in hopes his daughter would then come live with him.

After a day-long court hearing a Bedford County judge ruled that given Tyler Mook's actions, it's not appropriate for him to have any form of visitation with his daughter at this time.

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