FBI: Fugitive with Brentwood ties wanted in North Carolina slaying

Luis Alberto Ordonez-Vega, who may have acquaintances in Luis Alberto Ordonez-Vega, who may have acquaintances in Brentwood, is wanted by the FBI for his involvement in a fatal shooting in Charlotte, North Carolina, on June 6, 2014. The 35-year-old Guatemalan native, who has worked in construction, is 5-foot-11 to 6 feet tall and weighs 230 to 260 pounds, authorities say. Photo Credit: FBI

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A fugitive suspected of killing a man in North Carolina has ties to Brentwood, the FBI said Friday.

Luis Alberto Ordonez-Vega is wanted for his involvement in the shooting death of Noel Navarro Hernandez, 22, on June 6 in Charlotte, North Carolina, the bureau said.

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Ordonez-Vega was charged with first-degree murder in North Carolina and a state warrant was issued for his arrest on July 1, the FBI said. The next day, a federal warrant was issued after he was charged with unlawful flight.

Ordonez-Vega, 35, has worked in construction and has lived in Florida, Utah and New York, the FBI said.

He is about 6 feet tall and weighs between 230 and 260 pounds. He has a scar on his nose and each cheek, and tattoos on both arms, the agency said.

An FBI spokeswoman said Ordonez-Vega, a native of Guatemala, has acquaintances in Brentwood but, citing the ongoing investigation, declined to elaborate on the nature of those relationships.

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Anyone with information on his whereabouts should call local police using 911, the FBI said.

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