A black woman on a bus in Las Vegas, Nevada got angry with an elderly white man who was on her bus and she did the unthinkable.
The Las Vegas Police have made footage of the incident available that shows Cadesha Michelle Bishop, 25, pushing the man off the bus.
The elderly man, Serge Fournier, fell down the stairs of the bus and hit face first on the sidewalk and later died of his injuries, The Las Vegas Review Journal reported
Las Vegas police are asking for witnesses to come forward if they saw a woman push a 74-year-old man off of a bus in downtown Las Vegas on March 21.
Metropolitan Police Department officers arrested 25-year-old Cadesha Bishop on May 6, after she allegedly pushed Serge Fournier, 74, off of a parked bus near Fremont Street and 13th Street about 4:50 p.m. March 21. Fournier landed on his head “approximately eight feet from the bus doorway,” and died about a month later, according to Bishop’s arrest report.
Witnesses at the time told detectives that Fournier told the woman “to be nicer to the passengers” after she had been yelling profanities on the bus. He made the comment to her while passing her in the aisle; she then pushed him off the bus “with both hands,” the report said.
Fournier and the woman were arguing when she pushed him, police said Tuesday.
Surveillance video released by Metro on Tuesday shows the man holding what appears to be a walker or folded basket near the front of a crowded bus. The video, which has no sound, shows a woman pushing him out of the doorway with both hands, and Fournier landing on the sidewalk.
According to the report, she then walked away without offering help, grabbing her son’s hand and leading him away.
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