A Niles woman has learned her fate after restraining and attempting to choke her ex-girlfriend.

According to the Trumbull County Prosecutor's Office, 26-year-old Allyson Long was sentenced to four years in prison after a jury found her guilty of two counts of strangulation, one count of abduction and one count of simple assault.

The charges stem from a fight at a Howland home back in December of 2023 when Long put her hands around the victim's neck more than 20 times. 

During the sentencing, Judge Andrew Logan noted Long's previous criminal history. Court records show Long having been convicted of attempted felonious assault and failure to comply in the past.

Both of these cases were from 2019. The previous case stemmed from Long slashing her stepdad's face with a knife. She was originally charged with felonious assault, but was convicted of a lesser count of attempted felonious assault.

Court records show Long was sentenced to two years in prison in this case.