CBP questions a pair of real-estate entrepreneurs bound for Florida. In Blaine, a Canadian traveler's U.S. investments are cause for concern. An officer discovers suspect souvenirs in the luggage of a traveler returning from Mexico. At JFK, a U.S. resident's cash declaration is off the money. American license plates registered to a Canadian driver raises questions in Detroit.
At JFK, officers discover cocaine concealed inside a Caribbean cocktail. A Chinese student hopes to get a pass from CBP after overstaying his visa. Officers suspect a Columbian national is hiding something when questioned in Immigration. At the JFK mail facility, officers sift through packages of pills. A cross-border shopper with a criminal past is re-routed to secondary. A CBP officer isn't buying the declaration of a Chinese clothing designer.
A laptop belonging to a Caribbean traveler does not compute; a young Brit arrives at Detroit Metro Airport to visit an American cyber pal; a Canadian resident gets testy on his way to purchase motorcycle parts; a Chinese traveler is caught using his cell phone in secondary; and a Mexico-bound Canadian has taken steps to avoid a messy situation.
In Buffalo, officers suspect a fertilizer salesman may be cultivating a lie; a Canadian crosses the Ambassador Bridge in Detroit by mistake, and her bag of medicinal marijuana may cost her; an outbound traveler has a fluctuating cash declaration at O'Hare Airport; Chicago officers find more than Monopoly money inside packaged board games; and in Port Huron, a routine check on a traveler comes back as armed and dangerous.
A traveler minding manners may need to mind his story instead; in Port Huron, officers are on a high-speed chase after a vehicle skips secondary; a traveler coming from Canada triggers radiation alarms; and a bounty of bullets show up in Blaine, Wash.
Expertise in telltale body language pays off; a German rock band rolls straight into secondary; a returning American is cuffed at the Peace Arch crossing in Washington; a CBP agricultural specialist checks out a package with a terse warning; a hole is discovered in one traveler's story; and Port Huron officers are given the puppy eyes.
Outbound officers search for a fugitive in Washington state; a Vegas-bound Dutch cook is grilled in secondary at Detroit Metro Airport; a CBP canine sends several packages to the doghouse at the Chicago mail facility; X-rays reveal a concerning cargo anomaly in Port Huron; and a young traveler protests a baggage exam at JFK Airport.
At Detroit Metro Airport, a Japanese traveler must make a difficult decision. An officer discovers something seedy at the mail facility in Chicago. A Canadian bus passenger is busted with bud in her bag. In Buffalo, a detector dog takes out the trash. CBP question a traveler about his homemade accessory.
A Nicaraguan traveler wants to visit his American girlfriend, but CBP is concerned he may not leave. In Blaine, a traveler's plan to start an e-vape venture may go up in smoke. A couple returning from a Canadian casino could go bust. At the mail facility in Chicago, something's cooking with packets of powdered pork seasoning. Officers drill into a locked box discovered in a traveler's vehicle. In Buffalo, American indie rockers skid to a halt on the road to stardom.
At O'Hare International, a returning American's bananas cause a slip-up in secondary. A mother covers for her kid at Detroit's Ambassador Bridge. A car search is brought to a head in Washington sate. In Chicago, air-cargo officers discover a surprise inside packaged food from China. A flashy handbag requires a second look at JFK Airport.
Chicago airport officers discover some bad medicine. At the JFK Mail Facility, officers crack into a rotten egg boiler. In Blaine, three unprepared Canadian hikers are spinning their borrowed wheels. A Canadian architect has CBP wondering if his story is sketchy in Port Huron, Mich.
A bus passenger presents curious concoctions at JFK Airport. A Chicago canine sniffs out a stash of cash. A Canadian vehicle may be far too seedy to enter Detroit. In Washington sate, officers discover an American's alter ego. Officers rake through suspicious henna leaves in New York.
An officer peels back a resistant traveler's luggage. In Detroit, an impatient shopper makes a date with destiny. A frequent visitor of drug-source countries is questioned in New York. And a Canadian cowboy might be a mule.
An inside smuggling job is suspected at JFK Airport. Food couriers could be carriers. In Detroit, a wrong turn separates some buds. At the Peace Arch in Washington, two German tourists have a lot on their plates. A baggage exam turns sour at Detroit Metro. Mail officers cut to the chase.
CBP questions a Canadian attempting to enter the U.S. with three of his American family members. An officer has no time for a Swiss traveler's watch declaration. In Port Huron, officers discover baggies of suspected narcotics in a rented vehicle. At Detroit Metro Airport, agricultural specialists sift through plants for invasive species. An American mechanic gets stalled returning home with two engines.
In Blaine, a Canadian is interviewed under oath after CBP discover pictures of pot plants on his phone. Without the proper paperwork, it could be curtains for a Venezuelan conductor. In Buffalo, CBP officers inspect a big rig for hidden contraband. At the mail facility in Chicago, officers collect copious amounts of counterfeit goods. A canine team detect the scent of marijuana. An officer questions a Sudanese-born American who has returned after three months in Africa.
In New York, a traveler carries a questionable past on his back. Contraband arrives at the mail facility by the bushel. Airside at JFK Airport, officers rush to inspect some high-maintenance passengers. A mother and son are suspected of money structuring in Detroit. Officers pull no punches at the Ambassador Bridge. A pair of hockey fans are returned for misconduct. A fugitive shows up at the Peace Arch crossing.
In Michigan, the canine unit uncover double trouble. Bloodstained baggage is found at Detroit Metro Airport. In New York, an air passenger is shaking in secondary. On the West Coast, officers suspect a Canadian citizen is hiding his California love. Also: A package concealed in carbon paper doesn't go unnoticed.
JFK Airport officers are on high alert for drugs concealed in backpacks. In Washington state, red flags arise when a driver shows up with someone else's vehicle. Also: A wrong turn at the tunnel leads to trouble for a Detroit citizen; and a young traveler looking for experience gets some in secondary.
In New York, a traveler is showing signs of possible smuggling. Also: a family reunite at Detroit Metro Airport; Detroit's Ambassador Bridge officers make an auto-theft arrest; vials turn up by the dozen at the JFK mail facility; and an American is carrying some cold-blooded companions in his backseat at the Detroit-Windsor tunnel.
A tense traveler returns from a short trip to Colombia with an unusual amount of luggage. In Detroit, a pregnant passenger can't deliver her due date. At JFK Airport, cargo officers are reading into the leaves. Also: A package from India is stopped at the door; and a Nexus holder's good deed in Washington state gets him pulled in for questioning.
At Detroit Metro Airport, a pregnant Chinese national has CBP asking questions. An airline security breach on the tarmac leads officers to a jet bound for Haiti. After splitting with her American husband, a Ukrainian traveler may have to split with her green card. A package containing suspected narcotics is sent to the lab for testing. In Port Huron, a traveler's criminal past could cause problems. A parolee gets pulled into secondary.
An officer suspects a U.S. resident returning from the Caribbean may be hiding something. Two construction workers were out to lunch when they wound up at the border by mistake. A Canadian has to deliver the truth before visiting his pregnant wife and child in the States. A bounty of bogus bills is discovered at Detroit Metro Airport. Two sassy seniors have Georgia on their minds. At the JFK Mail Facility, a package from Belgium turns heads.
At JFK, officers aren't counting on a couple's fluctuating currency declaration. A wandering traveler's pot pipe is discovered in Blaine. CBP officers question a Mexican national with odd travel plans. In Port Huron, a traveler's past may come back to haunt him. A father and his kids are thirsty for some American pop culture. It's the second time in secondary for two Florida-bound Canadians.
In Port Huron, a strong odor leads to secondary for two Americans. An officer discovers gold at Chicago O'Hare Airport. Travelers follow the letter of the law when questioned in Blaine. An inflatable kiddie pool isn't holding water. A mistake on an African student's visa may get him expelled. A private jet is set for inspection.
A Japanese traveler faces a difficult decision at Detroit Metro Airport; something seedy is discovered at the mail facility in Chicago; a Canadian bus passenger is busted with bud in her bag; and CBP have some questions about a homemade accessory.
Bananas cause a slip-up at O'Hare International; a mother covers for her child at Detroit's Ambassador Bridge; a car search is brought to a head in Washington state; a surprise is discovered inside packaged food from China; and a flashy handbag gets a second look at JFK Airport.