SENATH, Mo. -- A $10,000 reward is being offered to anyone who holds information leading to the arrest and conviction stemming from an incident Saturday night involving cotton modules being burned in the Senath area. The reward has been put up by Farmer's Union Gin, Dalton Cotton Co., and Four-Way Gin. Anyone with information is asked to call (573) 738-2648, (573) 738-2621, (573) 738-3232 or the Dunklin County Sheriffs office at (573) 888-2424. On Saturday night, the Senath Fire Department responded to reports of cotton modules being set on fire at fields belonging to Charles Parker and Jason Chandler. There are no leads at this time. Karnes, as well as the Dunklin County Sheriff's Department, said there are no leads at this time.