MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A 39-year-old man arrested Friday for allegedly fatally stabbing another man at a gas station last week appeared in bond court Monday.

Lizandro Bohorquez appeared before a judge Monday and was ordered held without bond.

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Police passed out flyers Friday searching for Bohorquez. According to police, a tip came that he was seeking medical attention at Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Emergency Room.

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Bohorquez is accused of stabbing Reynaldo Martinez behind a gas station near NW 7th Street and NW 51st Avenue Tuesday after the two men, described as acquaintances, got into an argument.  Martinez tried to make it home, leaving a trail of bloody footprints, police said, but he didn’t survive.

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Bohorquez, upon arrest, was charged with one count of second degree murder.