Las Vegas Metropolitan Police have released video of a 74-year-old man who was pushed off an RTC bus in downtown Las Vegas in March 2019 and later died. Other passengers on the bus reported that Bishop had been yelling profanities at other passengers before the incident, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Investigators are asking any witnesses to the March 21 incident to contact authorities.
Video shows what happened next: a woman shoved the 74-year-old man off the bus.
She has been charged with the murder of an elderly, vulnerable person.
Homicide detectives have asked anyone who was present at the scene of the crime to come forward. He refused hospital treatment.
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Fournier allegedly told Bishop "to be nicer to passengers". Taylor described Fournier as a "wonderful person" and that he had been taking care of his disabled wife.
An autopsy revealed that the victim had died from delayed complications from blunt force trauma and the manner of death was determined to be a homicide.
"He wasn't able to eat", said Fournier's neighbor, Jeffrey Bingham, CBS affiliate KLAS-TV reported. "People need a little more patience than what they have these days", said Taylor. The coroner ruled his death was a result of the injuries he received from being pushed. Police said that Bishop could not be located.
Bishop was arrested on May 6. She's now facing murder charges, police say.
CNN has reached out to the Clark County Public Defender's office for comment.