On Thursday, nearly five years after Utah law-enforcement officials helped track a drug smuggler through the air near St. George, U.S. Customs officials presented a check to Gov. Norm Bangerter. The $102,176 check is the state's share of the more than $1 million loot recovered from the home of the pilot, Frederick Solheim. The money will be given to the state Department of Public Safety to be used in further drug enforcement efforts. The state helped customs officials track the airplane over Utah after customs pilots ran low on fuel. James Gillespie, captain of the Utah Division of Investigations, said state officials watched Solheim dump 600 pounds of marijuana from his plane after realizing he was being followed. The check, written on a 20-inch-by-30-inch paper, was presented to Bangerter by Richard "Corky" McMullen, commissioner of the U.S. Customs Service's north-central region.