Battle Creek Police have announced the arrest of a man wanted in a home invasion that resulted in the shooting of a 45-year-old woman, early Monday morning on Howland Street.  

Officers were dispatched to the 200-block of Howland Street, at around 3:30 a.m. after a neighbor called 911 to report that a person had been shot. When police arrived at the scene, they entered a home and found a 45-year-old woman who had been shot multiple times. She was transported to the hospital and reported in stable condition. 

Get our free mobile app

At around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, the Battle Creek Police Investigation Division and Emergency Response Team served a search warrant at a home on Keith Drive, related to this investigation.

James Earl Casey Jr., 36, the Howland Street suspect, was found inside of the home, and police arrested him without incident. Casey was arraigned Thursday on charges of Attempted Murder, Home Invasion, and Weapon Offenses.

The victim remains in stable condition. 

Friendly Prank In Kalamazoo Leads To A Fun Christmas Attraction For Families

When Sydney Jean got home from Thanksgiving vacation and discovered there was a TRAIN sitting in her front yard in the Winchell neighborhood on Benjamin st., she could have gotten mad. But as it turns out, she already knew who was responsible and called him right out on it. I reached out to her about the incident and she told me, to explain the prank she had to start at the beginning of her and her significant other started to date:

More From WKFR