SIXTEEN HIGH-SPIRITED YOUNG WOMEN CROSSING
THE BORDER FROM CANADA RAISE SUSPICIONS,
ON ABC'S "HOMELAND SECURITY USA"
"There could be a tiger in there." -- En route to Cuba, an airline passenger experiences a different kind of heat when she's detained at Miami International Airport and suspected of carrying large sums of undeclared cash. Meanwhile in Laredo, Texas, agents wonder if a bus traveler from Mexico has more in mind than home repair when he enters the U.S. with four cabinet doors. Sixteen high-spirited young women cross the Ambassador Bridge from Canada and say they're heading to Detroit for a bachelorette party� officers at the border try to make sure they're up to nothing more than fun and games. And Skagway, Alaska may be the "loneliest" U.S. crossing, but for the husband-and-wife agents at this border crossing with Canada, minimal traffic still means maximum diligence, on "Homeland Security USA," TUESDAY, MARCH 3 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
"Homeland Security USA" has been given unprecedented access to the agencies of the Department of Homeland Security and has the full cooperation of CBP (Customs & Border Protection), including CBP's Border Patrol; ICE (Immigration & Customs Enforcement); TSA (Transportation Security Administration); USCG (United States Coast Guard) and USCIS (United States Citizenship & Immigration Services).
The series is executive-produced by Arnold Shapiro. Paul J. Coyne is supervising producer, and Gigi D'Amore is coordinating producer. "Homeland Security USA" is a Nate and Lil Production. This program carries a TV-PG,L parental guideline.