The woman accused of
pushing a 74-year-old man off a Las Vegas bus in March, after which he hit his head and died about a month later, was free on bail Wednesday, the Review-Journal reported, citing court records.

Witnesses told police the victim — Serge Fournier — asked the woman to “be nicer to passengers” before he was pushed,
KSNV-TV reported.

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Cadesha Bishop, 25, posted bond Friday and was placed on “high-level” electronic monitoring, the paper said, adding that records weren’t clear regarding her actual release date. She had been in the Clark County Detention Center on $100,000 bail, the Review-Journal said.

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Bishop was arrested May 6 on a murder charge in the death of Serge Fournier, who passed away April 23 from complications of blunt force injuries suffered as a result of the push off the bus, the paper said.

What else?

Fournier, who was using a walker, landed on his head about eight feet from the bus, the Review-Journal said. Bishop — who was with her son on the bus — walked away without offering help, police added to the paper.

Police said Fournier heard Bishop swearing at people on the bus, KSNV said, after which he had words for her.

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Fournier’s friend and neighbor Trevor Taylor told KSNV that after the push, Fournier “came here for a day or two and then his pain was so great he had to call an ambulance — went to the hospital.”

Ken Mallen told the station he knew Fournier and that his death is causing “several financial problems for his wife,” who is disabled.

Taylor — trying to hold back tears — told KSNV that Fournier was an “excellent neighbor” and a “very nice, religious person.”

Taylor added to the station that “no matter what his age, she should not have done that. People need a little more patience than what they have these days.” Taylor told KSNV he hopes Bishop is punished.

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