The suspect charged in a series of home invasions around St. Joseph Township has been arraigned in Berrien County Court. The prosecutor’s office tells WSJM News 36-year-old James Jonathon Dulaney, of Benton Harbor, is charged with 1 count of felony home invasion and 6 misdemeanor offenses related to the case. He’s accused of breaking into homes throughout St. Joe Township during the overnight hours between August 23 and September 6. The first degree home invasion charge pertains to an August 23 break-in in which the resident awoke in bed to the intruder’s touch. The prosecutor also says Dulaney is charged with five counts of illegal entry, along with window peeping. Dulaney was arrested Wednesday morning when a Michigan State Police K9 tracked him down after a search around the Fairplain area. Dulaney faces up to 20 years in prison and his bond has been set at $10,000.