A jury convicted a drug dealer of second-degree murder after the death of a 30-year-old Knoxville woman.

According to District Attorney Charme Allen’s office, Kenyon Reynold’s drug dealing led to Jessica Lyday’s death. Police linked Reynold’s to the July 2015 overdose after an investigation by Knoxville Police Department’s Organized Crime Unit.

Reynolds was arrested after officers say he delivered heroin as part of an undercover operation. Though he initially refused to give officers his real name, they later learned he was a fugitive from Virginia. He also has numerous felony convictions in Michigan and Georgia. A search of his home on Morrell Road turned up half an ounce of heroin and $44,000 in cash.

Reynold’s was also convicted on charges of sale and delivery of heroin.