There was brief court action Friday in the case of a Danbury woman accused of abandoning her newborn baby behind a grocery store on Main Street in May. 22-year old Anny Castillo pleaded not guilty to the abandonment charge. Her attorney said that he will seek a mental health evaluation. The baby was found by a passerby who heard crying coming from the bushes. Castillo previously told police that she wasn't aware of Connecticut's Safe Haven Law, which allows parents to drop newborns off at hospitals with no questions asked. The baby is in foster care and officials say doing well. Castillo's next court date is set for October 13th.