U.S. Border Patrol agents seized more than $1 million worth of marijuana in two incidents on Wednesday.
Just after 7 p.m. agents attempted to stop a Chevy Silverado truck.
The driver failed to stop and a pursuit ensued. The driver tried to flee back to the border.
Other agents successfully deployed a "controlled tire-deflation device in the truck's path" according to a release.
After the vehicle stopped, the driver and passenger fled to Mexico.
Inside the truck, agents found more than 1,800 pounds of marijuana valued at over $900,000.
In a separate incident earlier that day, agents stopped a 2005 Nissan pick-up truck on State Route 80.
The vehicle stopped, but as agents approached, the truck drove off.
Agents pursued and the truck veered off the highway and hit a tree.
The driver, a Mexican national, fled on foot but was later apprehended.
Agents found 240 pounds of marijuana valued in excess of $120,000 in the truck bed.