Clay Circuit Court Judge Joseph Trout, had him remanded to custody of the Sheriff's department without bond until sentencing, which is set for Aug. 31, in circuit court.
According to officials, on Aug. 9, 2007, Rhodes allegedly dealt methamphetamine to an undercover police officer at a local gas station.
He was one of the suspects 60 law enforcement officials from 11 different local, state and federal agencies arrested as part of the August 2008 drug warrant sweep.
However, Rhodes was apparently not in Clay County during the initial raid.
When the United States Marshals Office Fugitive Task Force took over the manhunt in September 2008, they located Rhodes in Lee County, Fla., and took him into custody.
The first trial was in February 2011, but resulted in a hanged jury.
The jury trial of the state of Indiana v. Dusty Rhodes began on Monday, at 9 a.m.
On Tuesday, the state called several witnesses to the stand.
On Wednesday, Charles Hear, the public defender representing Rhodes, presented his case.
One witness was brought to the stand, and Rhodes testified in his own defense.
After closing arguments, the jury came to a unanimous decision.
"I am very appreciative of several law enforcement officers who came out to support this case," Clay County Prosecutor Lee Reberger, who represented the state, said. "It was a very strong, well-completed investigation."
Chief Deputy Kim Jackson assisted in the prosecution.
"The prosecutor's office appreciated how dedicated the jury was about listening and taking responsibility in the involvement of this case." Reberger said.