A woman was arrested this week for allegedly vandalizing cop cars and school property in Williamsburg last month, with cops claiming she tagged their vehicles with lines like “NAZIS=NYPD,” and drew pictures of swastikas.

According to investigators, 36-year-old Rosella Best left the anti-NYPD messages on the wall outside PS 31 in Williamsburg in the early morning of August 26th. She also allegedly tagged a van and a police car near Greenpoint's 94th Precinct stationhouse, and cops say they found graffiti on vehicles near the school, along with a Rite Aid and a post office. Messages included the aforementioned "NAZIS=NYPD," along with lines like "NYPD Picks on Harmless People" and "NYPD pick on the innocent."

Police say they caught Best on surveillance video, and she was arrested on Monday. She's been charged with aggravated harassment and criminal mischief as a hate crime. The Post released the surveillance video yesterday:

Cops told JP Updates that Best lived near Greenpoint.