In Michigan it is also a crime to break into any dwelling with the intent to commit a felony or without permission. Such an offense is considered a home invasion and there are three punishable degrees. MCL 750.110a

Home invasion in the 1st degree is punishable by no more than 20 years imprisonment, a fine of no more than $5,000.00, or both. A 1st degree offense requires either there to have been a dangerous weapon used during the course of the break in or for there to have been a lawfully present person in the dwelling when the break in occurred.

Home invasion in the 2nd degree is punishable by no more than 15 years imprisonment, a fine of $3,000.00, or both.  A 2nd degree offense occurs when one breaks and enters with the intent to commit a felony, larceny, or assault, or during the course of the break in commits a felony, larceny, or assault.

Home invasion in the 3rd degree is punishable by no more than 5 years imprisonment, a fine of no more than $2,000.00, or both. A 3rd degree offense requires there be intent to commit a misdemeanor during the break in, or during the course of the break in a misdemeanor must be committed. Or if during the course of the break in an order of probation, parole term, or protective order is violated.