Wesley Chapel, Florida -- A retired police officer accused of shooting and killing a man inside a Wesley Chapel movie theater is being held without bond.

On Tuesday afternoon, 71-year-old Curtis Reeves made his first court appearance, appearing via video and donning a bullet proof vest. Circuit Judge Lynn Tepper denied the defense's request to drop the second degree murder charge and that "regardless of his ties to the community," his bond was denied.

Earlier on Tuesday, the Pasco County Sheriff's Office released the arrest report in Monday's deadly movie theater shooting, and it includes new details.

The report says Reeves, a retired Tampa police captain, was sitting behind Chad Oulson in the theater.

Reeves confronted Oulson about sending text messages during the previews before the movie. Then Reeves went out and complained to the theater's staff.

When he came back in, that confrontation picked back up and escalated.

Reeves told deputies he then pulled out his gun and shot Oulson in the chest, because Oulson stood and hit him in the face with something.

Witnesses say that something was a bag of popcorn. The report also says no witnesses saw any punches being thrown.