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Day 3: Eddie Jackson kidnapping trial

ON TRIAL: Eddie Lee Jackson (Source: Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office) ON TRIAL: Eddie Lee Jackson (Source: Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office)
SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) -

Testimony continued Tuesday in the kidnapping and arson trial of Eddie Jackson. He's accused of kidnapping his ex-girlfriend, Tracy Winslow, and burning her car in January 2011.

Prosecutors called several witnesses to the stand, including a Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office deputy, and the people who drove from Oil City to pick Jackson up in Shreveport the morning Tracy Winslow's car was found burning.

Testimony will resume Wednesday morning. Prosecutors tell us it will be another full day including investigators, first responders, and crime lab personnel. 

If convicted, Jackson faces 40 years in prison for second degree kidnapping and five years in prison for simple arson.

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