Video shows elderly man pushed off bus, causing his death

Share

Police say 25-year-old Cadesha Bishop, pushed Serge Fournier, 74, off of the bus following an argument on March 21.

An irritated Bishop is then seen shoving Fournier out of the bus door "with enough force that he never touched any of the steps", according to a police report. Although he refused medical attention at the scene, Fournier arrived at the University Medical Center later that evening, police said.

Fournier was left hospitalised and later died from his injuries on April 23.

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

She is due in court for a preliminary hearing on May 21.

After he was shoved to the ground, Bishop reportedly got off the bus, without ever offering him help, and walked away with her son.

The incident occurred just before 5 p.m. on a Thursday evening in March, as the bus moved through downtown Las Vegas, according to a warrant issued for Bishop.

Bred Dogs Have Disease That Can Pass to Humans
Health officials in Iowa have issued quarantines for facilities containing the exposed dogs as they undergo clinical testing. However, some diseases can jump between dogs and humans, and one such illness was just confirmed in Iowa .

'We're here to stay': Robertson vows Liverpool will battle City again
When Sadio Mane scored to put Liverpool 1-0 up against Wolves , the title was going to Anfield for the first time since 1990. At that moment [when Liverpool fans celebrated Brighton's goal] it was a shock for everyone and Wolves were there.

House Intel Committee Now Investigating Trump’s Lawyers for Possible Obstruction
Still, McConnell made it clear that he is eager to be finished with the probe, which has now gone on for more than two years. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., tweeted, "It's time to move on & start focusing on issues that matter to Americans." Sen.

Witnesses told police that Bishop had been swearing at people on the bus, and Fournier told her to "be nicer to other passengers".

Authorities released the video in hopes of locating witnesses to the attack.

But Taylor noted to the station that "no matter what his age, she should not have done that".

"He was an excellent neighbour".

"He wasn't able to eat", said Fournier's neighbor, Jeffrey Bingham, CBS affiliate KLAS-TV reported. "'God bless you, ' and that was the last thing he said to me".

Anyone with any information was urged to contact Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's Homicide Section by phone at 702-828-3521, or Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555. Prior to the incident with Fournier, Bishop had been convicted of misdemeanor battery charges twice.

Share