On May 19, 2010, at approximately 12:34 a.m., the Pratt County Sheriff's Office was asked for assistance by Union Pacific Police Senior Special Agent K-9 Wade Issacs. Agent Issacs received a tip from the Immigration Service that there could be narcotics on a train which would be passing through Pratt. Pratt County Sheriff's Deputy Tom Reazin and his K-9 partner Blitz responded to the scene. Deputy Reazin's K-9 found a package with 73 pounds of marijuana on one of the train cars. The marijuana was seized, but according to Agent Issacs, there are no known suspects. It is also unknown when or where the marijuana was placed on the train.