Your daughter's propensity for rule-breaking and criminal activity don't sound particularly consistent with NPD. You may want to check out the AsPD forum as well. NPD and AsPD overlap in certain ways, particularly in terms of certain emotional deficits, a manipulative nature, lack of empathy, amorality, and a charming personality masking an emotionally flat inner core. But beyond that, the two are very different and behave in different ways and have different wants and needs out of life.
Interestingly, while the NPD forum seems to have a lot of visitors who believe they are Adult Children of Narcissists (ACONs), we have very few tales from parents of Narcissists. From my experience as an NPD, Narcissists tend to devalue and discard their parents during their teenage years or young adulthood, usually during relatively normal conflicts between the parent and young adult NPD, which the NPD takes as an instance of losing object control and thus D&Ds the parental figure. Practically this means that the NPD will no longer trust the parent, will no longer have any emotional warmth towards the parent, and as the NPD gets older, will probably emotionally abandon if not actually abandon the parent.