A woman found floating in a Boise pond Monday was identified as former Chubbuck resident, Heather Davidson. Davidson, a stay-at-home mother of four, went missing after being involved in a car crash on Feb. 20.

    A man walking on the Greenbelt spotted the body near East Parkcenter Boulevard and Mallard Drive behind the River Quarry Apartments in east Boise.

    According to police reports, Davidson was involved in a two-car crash at about 4 a.m. Feb. 20. She allegedly ran a stop light and collided with another vehicle. Witnesses reported that Davidson’s 1997 car had gone into a ditch and she seemed dazed and confused.

    Davidson asked for a ride, but refused to wait for police to arrive.

    Authorities impounded her vehicle and its contents following the accident.

    Ada County Coroner Irwin Sonnenberg estimated Davidson’s time of death to be 5:20 a.m.  — just 90 minutes after she reportedly ran away from the scene of the accident.

    The cause of death was not determined, but foul play has been ruled out in connection with the death. Toxicology reports in the case are still pending, 

    Davidson’s brother, Chris Burrup, set up a Facebook page to help find Davidson, who would have celebrated her 30th birthday Wednesday.

    Chris said February 20, that his sister left her husband, Bill “Fish” Davidson, and the couple’s four children at home when she drove to Boise on Feb. 20.

    It is unknown why Davidson left her Nampa home that evening.

    Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Wilks Funeral Home in Chubbuck.

    A visitation is set for Friday from noon to 1:30 p.m. at 211 W. Chubbuck Road.