Alexander and Kevin Ordóñez are charged with murder, robbery and kidnapping

Foto: Oficina del Alguacil del Condado de Harris / Video: MH
  • Alexander Ordóñez and Kevin Ordóñez were arrested in Texas on charges of murder, kidnapping and various robberies.
  • The Ordóñez brothers are accused of having killed Cameron B. Stevens with a bullet in the head.
  • Stevens wanted to buy the Ordóñezes a pistol and the brothers allegedly killed him to steal it.

Alexander Ordóñez and Kevin Ordóñez were arrested in Houston, Texas, accused of murder, a kidnapping and several robberies.

Agents of the Homicide Division of the Harris County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) detained Kevin Ordóñez, 18, and Alexander Ordóñez, 19, after weeks of investigation.

The Ordóñez brothers are already detained in the Harris County accused of the shooting murder of Cameron B. Stevens, in an incident that occurred on Saturday, February 6, 2021 in the north of the Houston metropolitan area.

Judge Greg Glass of the 208th Criminal District Court in Harris County, is the one who handles the case of the two brothers and considered them very dangerous despite their age.

That is why Judge Glass ordered that they be kept in cells alone, separated from each other, and without contact with the rest of the inmates. They will only be able to communicate in their hearings in front of the judge.

The Ordóñez brothers have been a nightmare for HCSO agents since at least December 14, 2020, when they stole a car with an armed hand, their first proven crime, and began to investigate them.

According to the case documents, young Cameron B. Stevens wanted to buy a handgun on the Houston gun black market.

The Ordóñez brothers reportedly contacted Stevens through social media and told him that they had a gun that they were willing to sell.

Alexander Ordóñez, 19, has a history of firing a gun and now faces more serious charges for murder, kidnapping and robbery with his brother. (Photos: Harris County Sheriff’s Office)

In Houston there is a problem, according to various authorities in the city, of buying and selling stolen firearms that are then used to commit crimes since they are impossible to trace.

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