Two U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers were cleared last week by a federal jury in Port Huron, in the case of a Stratford woman who claimed they touched her in inappropriate ways among other claims during a secondary inspection at the Ambassador Bridge. Loretta Van Beek was reportedly on her way to Savannah, Georgia in March 2010 when she allegedly did not declare some raspberries and was ordered to secondary inspection. Her lawsuit stated that two female officers went beyond their authority and violated her Fourth Amendment right against unreasonable search. The suit also accused one officer of inappropriate touching. The jury decided unanimously in favor of the officers and refused to award any damages to Van Beek, according to Director of Field Operations, Christopher Perry.