Man to stand trial in 2013 Metairie carjacking _lowres

Daryle Guillot

A man with the word “REDRUM,” a variant of “murder” backward, tattooed across his forehead will stand trial in Jefferson Parish for allegedly carjacking a woman last year in Metairie.

Daryle Guillot, 38, is currently serving a 10-year sentence for attempting to rob a woman in New Orleans with a knife, but he will be tried in 24th Judicial District Court in Gretna for allegedly using a jagged piece of glass to carjack a woman on Veterans Memorial Boulevard and steal her 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier, according to court documents.

Prosecutors with District Attorney Paul Connick’s office said they intend to show at trial that the car stolen from Susan Caillouet on Nov. 12, 2013, in the 200 block of Veterans was found a mile from Guillot’s apartment at 516 Marigny St., New Orleans, and 1.6 miles from the scene of an attempted robbery to which Guillot pleaded guilty in Orleans Parish.

It was about six hours after the alleged carjacking that Guillot tried to rob Christena Nizialek near the intersection of Chartres and St. Philip streets.

Guillot has pleaded not guilty to the carjacking charge, which, if he is convicted, could land him in jail for another two to 20 years without the possibility of parole, probation or suspended sentence.

Guillot was charged with the crime in August while he was in the Avoyelles Parish Correctional Center, where he remains after pleading guilty to the New Orleans attempted robbery.

Judge Ellen Shirer Kovach will hear the case.

Attorney Jacque Touzet has been assigned to defend Guillot, according to court documents.

The trial is set for Jan. 26.