Using a canine team, the officers located five packages of cocaine attached to the women's bodies.
Customs and Border Protection (CPB) officers at Montana's Sweetgrass Area Port have detained at least two Americans returning from Canada since the U.S. neighbor officially legalized recreational cannabis on October 17.
Julio Cesar Ovalle was reportedly deported to Mexico without coming before a judge, being allowed to make a phone call, speak with an attorney or prove he was a U.S. citizen.
"Even people that might have smoked it 20, 30 years ago, they're being asked, 'Have you ever smoked cannabis?'" Estevan Mayor Roy Ludwig said.
David Dratch, 23, could face up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted.
Reports shows how the wall designs will need to undergo significant improvements before any construction plans can be implemented.
Despite the federal prohibition on cannabis, the majority of Americans—both Democrats and Republicans—support recreational legalization.
The man was trying to deliver money from Canada to a relative whose health is declining and has medical bills to pay.
The agents detained the jogger and sent her to the DHS-operated Tacoma Northwest Detention Center more than 124 miles away
U.S. Customs and Border Protection said delays lasted for four hours on Monday night.