A Niles woman will be spending time behind bars after strangling her girlfriend in December.

Allyson Long, 26, was found guilty of two counts of strangulation, one count of abduction and a lesser assault charge in the Trumbull County Court.

After three hours of deliberation, the jury chose not to convict her of felonious assault, according to court documents.

During the trial, the prosecution brought several witnesses to the stand and the victim, who testified that Long had her hands around the victim's neck more than 20 times during the incident at a home in Howland.

Long will be sentenced July 9 following a background check by Judge Andrew D. Logan.

She could see up to six years in prison, according to a spokesman for the Trumbull County Court.