Several parked cars, a power pole and a tree were damaged Wednesday morning in the Food City parking lot on Old Sonoma Road when they were struck by a vehicle, Napa Police reported.
During their investigation, the Napa woman said she intentionally caused the damage and expressed frustration with society as a whole, police said.
Police booked the woman into the Napa County jail for a possible charge of felony vandalism. She was later released.
A family member said the woman was having a mental health crisis.
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