Cadesha Bishop, who witnesses say pushed a man off a bus in Las Vegas, has been sentenced to prison as part of a please deal. She received a sentence of 8 to 20 years two months after pleading guilty to abuse of an older person resulting in death. She was initially charged with murder after being accused of pushing Serge Fournier off a parked bus in 2019. A surveillance video released by police after the incident occurred, shows the victim exiting the bus with luggage when Bishop shoves him from behind. Fournier lands on his face the sidewalk. Witnesses also reported that Bishop was yelling profanities while on the bus, according to the police report. Fournier died about a month later, as a result of his injuries. Officials at the Clark County Coroner-Medical Examiner ruled his death a homicide. Her attorney said Bishop suffers from bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder.