Woman faces murder count in death of man, 74, shoved off bus

The surveillance video shows Bishop allegedly push Fournier out of the door of the stopped bus

The surveillance video shows Bishop allegedly push Fournier out of the door of the stopped bus

His death has been ruled as homicide and the woman, Cadesha Michelle Bishop, is facing a murder charge for her involvement in the incident which occured on March 21 this year.

The incident occurred on March 21 when the victim, identified as Serge Fournier, 74, encountered Bishop as he was exiting the bus with his walker.

Police said Bishop then pushed Fournier, who was using a walker, out of the bus - and he landed on his head on the sidewalk, the station said. The victim's family later told police he had died on April 23. He was 74 years old.

In the video, a suspect is seen pushing Fournier with both hands down the front steps of the bus. Although he refused medical attention at the scene, Fournier arrived at the University Medical Center later that evening, police said.

Bishop has been convicted twice of misdemeanor domestic battery charges in 2014 and 2015, according to court records.

Fournier spent a month in the hospital before he succumbed to his injuries, KSNV reports. The Clark County coroner determined he died from blunt force trauma complications connected to the push.

Mr Taylor asserted that Fournier was a "wonderful person" and shared that he would never forget his friend.

Bishop was arrested three days later.

Cadesha Bishop, 25, was arrested on May 6 and charged with open murder of an elderly-vulnerable person.

Police said they were notified of the man's death on May 3. A Clark County public defender's official did not immediately respond Thursday to messages.