The lone male, Balkhrison Ramdass, 54, appeared in the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court along with three females where they were jointly charged for the marijuana bust.
Also facing the drug related charges were Datarams ex wife Shameza Khan, 34, Falicia Laundry and Andrea Purran, 40.
All four defendants who hail from the West Coast of Demerara pleaded not guilty to the charge.
The Court heard that between June 7 and 8, acting on information, Customs Anti Narcotics (CANU) agents swooped down on the house in Romala Housing Scheme, WCD, where 76 kilo and 110 grams of cannabis was found.
It is believed that the marijuana which was being compressed was being prepared to be shipped abroad.
The four persons were immediately arrested and faced the charges on Monday before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan.
They were denied bail and remanded until July 24.
Ramdass, however, faced a second charged and pleaded not guilty to soliciting persons to traffic narcotics.
Dataram, whose ex wife was among those charged, is currently before the court, along with his reputed wife and friends, for possession of cocaine for the purpose trafficking.