BUFFALO, NY-- Bernard Grucza, the man accused of killing a Toys R' Us manager will remain in jail as his murder case continues.
The judge ordered Grucza to be held without bail after prosecutors called him a potential flight risk.
Grucza was the loss prevention manager for Toys R US, on leave when he was arrested and charged with second degree murder for the death of his co-worker and assistant manager Larry Wells in June.
Police believe Grucza intended to steal cash or merchandise when he ran into Wells and allegedly stabbed him.
Grucza's defense attorney pushed for $50,000 bail, but it was denied.
Grucza is due back in court next month. Wells' family was in court, but did not want to speak, but they were very emotional during the brief court appearance.