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A candlelight vigil was held in Oildale at Beardsley and South Oildale Drive Wednesday evening in the same neighborhood where the infant's body was found in a trash can last week.

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About 100 turned out for a candlelight vigil Wednesday evening in Oildale at Beardsley and South Oildale Drive for the infant that was found dead last week. The speaker at this event Ray Ballard said they were calling the infant Baby Beardsley.

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About 100 came out Wednesday evening for a candlelight vigil for Baby Beardsley including these two sisters, Shaelah, back, and Kaylee Peterson who were with their families at Beardsley and South Oildale Drive to help remember the child that was found dead last week in Oildale.

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In this file photo, members of the Oildale community hold a candlelight vigil for the baby that was found in a trash can in Oildale last summer on Beardsley Avenue.

An emotional candlelight vigil was held Wednesday night in Oildale at Beardsley and South Oildale Drive in memory of fhe newborn baby who was found dead in a trash can last week.

More than 100 people came out to remember the child.

A speaker at the event, Ray Ballard, said people were calling the infant Baby Beardsley. That's because the child was found on that street.