Twentieth Judicial District prosecutors are requesting a circuit judge to impose Jeffrey John Hergert’s suspended sentence in light of recent allegations against him.

Hergert, 44, of Little Rock has a history of stalking women in Faulkner County, across central Arkansas and in other states across the U.S.

Last year, Hergert pleaded guilty to a first-degree stalking charge in Faulkner County Circuit Court and was sentenced to four years in the Arkansas Department of Corrections, with a three-year suspended sentence.

Online records show he was released on parole in March. However, the Little Rock man was arrested by the Arkansas Department of Community Corrections last week on a parole violation after being charged with harassment in Conway District Court.

Several complaints have also been filed against Hergert in both Vilonia and Greenbrier.

On Tuesday, a motion to impose Hergert’s suspended sentence was filed in Faulkner County Circuit Court

After the Little Rock man is served with the warrant in reference to this particular case, a hearing regarding the prosecution’s request to impose the suspended three-year sentence will be scheduled.

Staff writer Marisa Hicks can be reached at mhicks@thecabin.net.