LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A Los Angeles Police Department officer has been charged after allegedly flashing a firearm at another motorist during a road rage incident.

Georgeta Buruiana, 38, was off-duty Dec. 18 when she allegedly displayed a firearm at a motorist who made a U-turn in front of her while they drove near Rye Canyon Road and The Old Road in Valencia, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office said.

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Buruiana faces one felony count of brandishing at a person in a motor vehicle.

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The LAPD said Buruiana was assigned to the Valley Traffic Division, but has since been assigned to home duty pending the investigation.

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She is scheduled to be arraigned Feb. 4. If convicted as charged, she faces a possible maximum sentence of three years in county jail.