VAN NUYS ( — A woman accused of ramming her SUV into a LAPD motor officer last weekend has pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence of a drug and possession of cocaine.

Qaneak Shaney Cobb, 33, made her first court appearance Tuesday, three days after she was arrested following the crash in Sun Valley that critically injured an officer, whose name has not been released.

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Prosecutors say Cobb slammed her Chevrolet Blazer into the veteran officer as he was stopped at a red light at Lankershim Boulevard and Saticoy Street around 5:30 p.m. Saturday.

The impact left the officer trapped between the Blazer and a Honda Accord that was in front of him.

KCAL9’s Adrianna Weingold reports Cobb has two prior convictions, including grand theft and drug possession.

If convicted in this case, she faces more than ten years in prison.

Cobb is being held on $150,000 bail.

She is scheduled to next appear in court on April 17, when a judge will determine if there is enough evidence for her to stand trial.

The injured officer remains in critical but stable condition and has undergone several surgeries.

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Officers across the Southland have rallied in support, holding multiple blood drives, including one on Tuesday.

Sgt. Kurt Smith, who has known the injured officer for more than a decade, said his colleagues are doing all they can.

“He doesn’t know that we are there necessarily. His family needs support and that’s why we are there, doing what we can,” he said.

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