Green Retires After 28 Years With Bentonville Police

Posted: August 2, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO BEN GOFF • @NWABenGoff Jon Simpson, left, Bentonville police chief, presents a collage Friday to Lt. David Green during Green’s retirement party at the Bentonville Police Department. Simpson made the collage as a fun representation of Green’s 28 years of service. Green is the longest-employed officer in the history of the department and the first to begin and end his career within the department.

BENTONVILLE -- Two police vehicles sat on the lawn of the Police Department with their blue lights flashing Friday afternoon. More than a dozen officers made a walkway to welcome the nearly 100 visitors who stopped by to celebrate Lt. David Green's retirement.

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