A man charged with attacking the owner of a convenience store with a knife is being held without bail.

The Herald News reports Jose Tirado-Sanchez was arraigned Tuesday on charges of armed assault to murder, armed robbery while masked and other offenses.

Authorities say Tirado-Sanchez entered Jarek's Market on Sunday, jumped on the counter and swung a large knife at the store's owner while demanding money.

Police say the owner armed himself with a knife and fought off the attack. They say surveillance cameras captured the altercation and show Tirado-Sanchez fleeing the store.

Prosecutors and a defense attorney agreed that Tirado-Sanchez will be held without bail without prejudice.

Tirado-Sanchez's attorney says she expects her client to be indicted by a grand jury.  (Associated Press)