Notorious father and son crime duo Gino and Mark Stocco, who worked as farmhands on a Portland property while on the run from authorities, have been sentenced to jail terms in Dubbo Local Court for further larceny and malicious damage offences in northern NSW.
They are already serving maximum terms of 40 years' imprisonment for a raft of offences, including murdering a farm caretaker near Dunedoo.
The pair had previously entered pleas of guilty to the new charges at Moree Local Court and the matters were adjourned to Dubbo Local Court.
On Wednesday they appeared before magistrate Paul Hayes via video link from Wellington Correctional Centre.
Gino, 59, and Mark, 37, were convicted of stealing property to the value of $9000 from a property at Coolatai on May 3-4, 2015.
They were convicted of intentionally or recklessly damaging 72 tyres and cutting 10 fences in company on a property at Coolatai on May 3-4, 2015.
They were also convicted of slashing 10 tyres and cutting four fences in 35 places in company at Coolatai on May 31-June 1, 2015.
They were sentenced to maximum terms of 10 months in jail with a non-parole period of seven months for each offence.
The sentences will date from June 5, 2017.
Gino Stocco was also convicted of stealing keys to a house, front gate, quad bike and ride-on mower in April 2015 at Terry Hie Hie.
He was sentenced to a fixed three-month jail term for the offence.
The Stoccos led police on a wild interstate chase before their dramatic arrest on a rural property, near Dunedoo in 2015.