SAN ANTONIO - Right now, investigators are waiting for an autopsy on the baby found in a trunk inside a home on the West side.
The disturbing discovery had a person who didn’t want to be identified feeling sick to their stomach.
“I feel an evil sense in that house like there's an aura about it just being in that room I didn't want to go back because I can’t,” the person said.
The person claimed to live inside the home on Bronco Lane where sheriff's deputies found the body of a baby badly decomposed during a drug raid on Tuesday.
The baby's body was found in a closet in one of the rooms wearing a diaper and baby clothes.
“I can't believe I was in that room, was living in that house you know to know that I was that close,” the person said.
Investigators are still waiting on an autopsy report to find out exactly how the baby died, it's age and gender.
The person said dealing with this situation is nauseating.
“To think that even besides the baby that somebody would put everybody at risk in so many different ways is disgusting to me,” the person said.
The community will be hosting a candle light vigil outside the home on Saturday at 8 p.m.
Eagles Flight Advocacy and Outreach a local non-profit will also be assisting with the baby’s funeral.
"We don't know what the last moments were like that's not going to be answered for a very long time now but we want to make sure that respect is given when we lay that baby to rest," said Pamela Allen, Executive Director of the non-profit.