Las Vegas police have released the shocking video of a woman pushing an elderly man off of a bus.
A bus video released by police shows Cadesha Bishop shove the 74-year-old man out the door as he tries to exit the bus March 21, KTNV reported.
Witnesses told police that Bishop had been cursing at other bus riders, prompting Fournier to tell her to "be nicer to the passengers", according to the arrest warrant.
A coroner later determined that he died from complications of blunt force torso injuries, prompting police to arrest Bishop on Monday, the Las Vegas Review-Journal notes.
The victim, identified as 74-year-old Serge Fournier, was left hospitalized.
When officers first arrived at the scene of the incident, Fournier said he didn't want to receive any medical attention even though he was bleeding from the head.
Police said the incident occurred on March 21.
Bishop has been convicted twice of misdemeanor domestic battery charges in 2014 and 2015, according to court records.
Later that evening, Fournier took himself to a hospital for his injuries.
Taylor asserted that Fournier was a "wonderful person" and shared that he would never forget his friend. "People need a little more patience than what they have these days", said Taylor. Detectives managed to identify Bishop through bus surveillance video and arrested her this week. She's now behind bars at Clark County Detention Center with bail set at $100,000.
Bishop remains in the Clark County Detention Center.