BANGOR — Two men are free on bail after being arrested at a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint in central Maine for allegedly having 101 pounds of marijuana hidden in their pickup truck.

Forty-six-year-old Louis Bailey of Wells and 43-year-old Roland Daggett of Portsmouth, N.H., were released from jail Wednesday. They are charged with possession with the intent to distribute marijuana.

According to the Bangor Daily News, Bailey and Daggett were arrested last week at a checkpoint on Interstate 95 in Old Town. Officials say they found the pot packed in five vacuum-sealed packages that were hidden in a locked toolbox in the back of the pickup truck.

Court documents say a police dog alerted agents to the marijuana.