Lopez pulled over at 220th Street and Western Avenue. The deputy realized it was Lopez and arrested him on suspicion of the shooting, Reynolds said. Deputies quickly learned that the car Lopez was driving, a 1998 Nissan, was taken in a carjacking in Torrance about an hour earlier. Lopez allegedly walked up to a man in a parking lot in the 21500block of Western Avenue, pulled a gun and demanded his car, Torrance police officer Dave Crespin said. Lopez was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, carjacking and evading arrest. He was held on $2.37 million bail. Deputies are investigating whether Lopez is linked to a shooting Monday of a 46-year-old woman and her adult son in the 100 block of East 213th Street in Carson, Reynolds said. Officers suspect a gunman began shooting at a gang member walking in the area. His bullets hit the woman’s leg and her son’s arm and foot. The two were standing in front of their home. Deputies said they will recover. [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! By Larry Altman STAFF WRITER A gang member sought in the July shooting of a man in Carson was captured early Tuesday, shortly after he allegedly committed a carjacking in Torrance, sheriff’s deputies said. Jonathan Lopez, 19, might have continued to elude law enforcement had he not run a stop sign, drawing the attention of a Carson sheriff’s deputy. Lopez is a suspect in the July 14 shooting of a man at 212th Street and Bolsa Avenue in Carson. Sheriff’s Sgt. Fred Reynolds said Lopez and Eddie Saavedra, 23, both Carson gang members, allegedly opened fire on another vehicle from their car. A victim was shot 10 times and survived. The wounded man was not a gang member, just a person in a “strange car in a strange neighborhood,” Reynolds said. Carson gang investigators identified Saavedra and Lopez as suspects in the crime. Saavedra was arrested Aug. 10, but deputies could not find Lopez. A warrant accusing him of attempted murder was issued for his arrest. Early Tuesday morning, a deputy on patrol saw Lopez run a stop sign at Main and 234th streets in Carson. The deputy tried to stop the car, but the driver took off, leading a four-minute high-speed chase.