Homeless man found in canal likely drowned
BOISE, Idaho (AP) -- A homeless man found earlier this week in a century-old irrigation canal in Boise likely drowned.
The Ada County coroner identified the man on Friday as 45-year-old Darren Carl Glover.
Glover had no obvious injuries, according to the results of an autopsy, and police don't suspect he died of foul play.
Officials are still awaiting toxicology tests.
Court records from Ada County indicate that Glover had been arrested in March on public intoxication, resisting arrest and battery charges and spent more than a month in jail.
Authorities haven't been able to locate family members of Glover, who told police earlier this year when he was arrested that he was from Santa Fe, N.M.