Deputy Percy House: missing from Virginia Found

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UPDATE:  2/1/14
 “Early this morning, Percy Lee House III, the Greensville County Sheriff’s Deputy missing since Friday morning, was found deceased in his vehicle located in a creek off of Massie Branch Road in Greensville County,” the Virginia Sheriffs’ Association wrote in a Saturday morning email. “While the Virginia State Police is in the midst of conducting a full investigation, the accident is reported to be the result of icy road conditions.”

Deputy Percy Lee House, 52, from Greensville County, Va. has been missing since Friday morning.

The last contact was 9:30 a.m. in Skippers, Va. on Friday.

Photo courtesy of Greensville County Sheriff's Office

Photo courtesy of Greensville County Sheriff’s Office

House is bald, has hazel eyes, is about six feet tall and weighs about 260 pounds. He was wearing a black BDU-type uniform with a full duty belt.

He was driving a marked brown Greensville County Sheriff’s Office cruiser, a 2006 Crown Victoria with a local Virginia license plate, number 110359L) with a yellow reflective markings on both sides and a lightbar on top. It’s missing the front right wheel cover.

If you know where Deputy House or his vehicle may be, please contact the Greensville County Sheriff’s Office at 434-348-4200.

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