Woman arrested for allegedly pushing elderly man out of bus

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Police said the incident occurred on March 21.

According to WLTX, the incident was caught on video and released to the public on Tuesday, May 14, 2019.

A 25-year-old woman didn't take kindly to a fellow bus passenger's advice to be nicer following an expletive-laced argument, KLAS reported.

Witnesses claim Mr Fournier had told Bishop to "be nicer to passengers".

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Police named Cadesha Bishop, 25, as the woman who pushed the man off the bus. You can see him say something to Bishop.

Police said when they were called to the scene the man refused help, instead taking himself to hospital later that night. He died on April 23 from blunt force torso injuries sustained from the fall.

He starts to step off the bus when the woman quickly shoves him from behind, slamming the 74-year-old onto the sidewalk, where Fournier lies motionless sprawled atop his cart, the video shows.

The Clark County coroner ruled Fournier's death a homicide resulting from his injuries.

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Fournier had been trying to exit the bus with his walker when he was pushed to the ground.

Cadesha Michelle Bishop was arrested on a murder warrant last Monday after he died in hospital of his injuries.

Bishop was jailed and faces a charge for open murder on an elderly vulnerable person, KSNV-TV said in a follow-up story.

"No matter what his age, she should not have done that". According to Las Vegas Township Justice Court records, she has a public defender and it doesn't appear that she's entered a plea yet.

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