A San Jose woman who police say has been vandalizing luxury cars such as BMWs and Mercedes-Benzes throughout Santa Clara and Alameda counties was arrested Saturday for the seventh time since June, this time in a parking lot at Westfield Valley Fair mall.
Nancy Chi Ni, 30, was arrested Saturday by San Jose police on suspicion of vandalizing a 1999 black Mercedes-Benz E-320, a 2007 silver BMW 335 and a 2007 silver Honda CRV at Valley Fair, according to officer Jose Garcia, a San Jose Police Department spokesman.
According to police reports, Ni drives a 2009 black BMW. In a few of the cases, officers located a sharp pair of scissors in Ni's purse.
Ni, who was out on bail at the time of her most recent arrest, was booked into county jail on three counts of vandalism and one count of committing a felony while out on bail, Garcia said.
Ni is currently in custody on $1 million bail, according to the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office.
The Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office has charged Ni in five separate cases stemming from similar incidents in Sunnyvale, Santa Clara and Milpitas. Prosecutors are accusing Ni of vandalizing 13 cars in Santa Clara County, though several law enforcement agencies say they have received numerous reports of luxury cars being vandalized with the same M.O.
Ni also has one case in Alameda County, stemming from an arrest in Pleasanton.
According to court records, Ni has two separate
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