AR UAM Police Officer ‘Iciephine Green’; ID’d As Victim In Wednesday Fatal Two-Vehicle Pine Bluff Crash

PINE BLUFF, AR. (THECOUNT) — Iciephine Green, a female officer working with the University of Arkansas at Monticello, has been identified as the victim in a fatal a two-vehicle crash Wednesday.

Green, 45, was operating a vehicle on Highway 530 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, when for unknown reasons, a second vehicle crossed the centerline and struck her head-on.

She was pronounced dead at the scene of blunt force trauma injuries.

The university says Officer Green spent 12 years serving multiple law enforcement agencies including the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville Police Department, The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Police Department, and the Pine Bluff Police Department, reports KATV.

“We are deeply saddened by this loss, and I hope you will join me in keeping Officer Green’s family in our thoughts and prayers,” says Karla Hughes, professor and chancellor at the University of Arkansas at Monticello.

Funeral arrangements will be announced once they are available.

The crash remains under investigation.

Anyone with possible information on the deadly incident may contact police at 911.

Geo quick facts: Pine Bluff is the tenth-largest city in the state of Arkansas and the county seat of Jefferson County. It is the principal city of the Pine Bluff Metropolitan Statistical Area and part of the Little Rock-North Little Rock-Pine Bluff Combined Statistical Area – Wikipedia.

Napoleon Josephine Engagement Ring Sells 47 Times Asking Price

Before this auction popped off, I thought the asking price of $20,000 for an engagement ring purchased by a young Napoleon seemed extremely low. After all, he bought the ring for his fiancee – Josephine! As in Josephine and Napoleon!

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I was right on because after all was said and done, the historic band shattered expectations at the Osenat auction house in France selling for a whopping $949,000, 47 times the $20,000 asking price. Including the buyer’s 25 percent commission to Osenat, the total price for the ring was $1.17 million.

“In my wildest dreams, I did not think we would outsell the estimate by more than 47 times,” said Osenat’s Emily Villane, who led today’s auction. napoleon-1“We based the estimates in our catalog on the actual market value of the ring, minus Napoleon and Josephine provenance. It is not our job to tell bidders how much they should pay for the historical premium.”