Bloebaum, 57, was arrested at the scene after telling police he shot Yousif.
Bloebaum's attorney, Carson L. Carter III, asked the judge to set bail because he said incarceration is a hardship for his client's family. Bloebaum's wife is confined to a wheelchair with arthritis.
“It is a huge burden because she needs so much care,” Carter said.
The victim's family was satisfied with the judge's decision to deny bail.
“I hope he will die in jail,” said a woman believed to be Yousif's mother.
The victim's aunt, who was removed from the courtroom for using expletives when Bloebaum walked in the courtroom, called the defendant a “murderer” when he left in handcuffs and shackles.