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Deputy Sheriff Percy Lee House, III | Greensville County Sheriff's Office, Virginia Greensville County Sheriff's Office, Virginia

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Percy Lee House, III

Greensville County Sheriff's Office, Virginia

End of Watch: Friday, January 31, 2014

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 52

Tour: Not available

Badge # Not available

Cause: Automobile accident

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Deputy Sheriff Percy House was killed in an automobile accident while responding to a call after 9:24 am.

After failing to arrive at the call a massive search was initiated involving multiple agencies from the surrounding counties. Approximately 14 hours later, shortly before midnight, his patrol car was found submerged in a creek off of Massie Branch Road. His body was recovered by a police dive team a short time later.

It is believed that his vehicle left the roadway as the result of ice.

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Lee House was a great man, deputy and friend. He taught me so much and I always felt like the odds were in my favor when we responded to calls together. The loss of a deputy like Lee impacts more than his immediate family or the local law enforcement community. We all carry a piece of lee with us and we will carry on as we stand on the thin blue line. Wolves protecting the sheep and attempting to bring about enduring peace.

Deputy Kevin J. Hines
Greensville County Sheriff's Office
October 2, 2014


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