Agents at the Sierra Blanca Checkpoint along found 3.76 pounds of crystal meth taped to an illegal immigrant's leg around 2:30 PM on January 27th.
The immigrant was reportedly on a commercial bus that was stopped at the checkpoint when the discovery was made.
The crystal meth -- worth $120,480 on the street -- was seized, and the man was taken into custody.
Agents at the U.S. 67 checkpoint south of Marfa then seized 8.5 pounds of crystal meth in a 1999 Buick LeSabre around 4 PM on January 27th.
A Border Patrol canine reportedly led agents to the drugs -- which were hidden in the car's floorboards.
Agents seized the meth -- which reportedly had a street value of $204,000 -- and they took the 22-year-old Indiana woman who was driving the car into custody.
Agents and a Border Patrol canine at the Sierra Blanca Checkpoint also found 4.71 pounds of heroin in a bag on another commercial bus that was passing through the area around 9 PM on January 27th.
Agents seized the heroin -- which is reportedly worth $377,200 -- and they took the 47-year-old California man who the bag belonged to into custody.
The drugs were then turned over to the Drug Enforcement Administration for further investigation.