A DUBBO man who was one of the state's most wanted has been jailed for a raft of offences committed in the New England area.
After pleading guilty to a list of offences, Coppock appeared in Armidale District Court earlier this month for sentencing.
Judge Jeffery McLennan jailed Coppock for two years and nine months, with a minimum of 17 months before he's eligible for parole.
He was jailed for dishonestly obtaining property by deception; being carried in a stolen car; trespassing; damaging property; possessing a prohibited drug; possessing suspected stolen goods; police pursuit and driving at speed; and using an offensive weapon to prevent lawful detention.
The sentence was backdated to start in April, with time served, meaning Coppock will be first eligible for parole in September neat year.
Judge McLennan allowed Coppock a 15 per cent discount for his early guilty plea and found special circumstances. He also took into account the time Coppock had already spent behind bars.
New England police tracked Coppock and co-accused Jesse James Smith to Armidale on January 31 in 2017.
On that morning, police were alerted to a stolen vehicle travelling on Grafton Road at Wollomombi and, when the ute failed to stop, police initiated a pursuit.
At the time, police claimed the chase lasted almost two hours and they made several attempts to stop the vehicle, before it drove through farm gates, rammed a police car and drove at speed.
Coppock was eventually forced from the car by detectives after they smashed a window to get him out.
Police claimed at the time that Coppock intentionally drove at speed and in a manner to avoid being captured by chasing officers.
After investigations, police later searched a property where Coppock was staying and seized several stolen goods.
Coppock has ties to the Dubbo, Armidale and Coonabarabran areas and was released on bail, but was at the centre of a statewide police manhunt in 2018, called Operation Chrome, after warrants were issued for his arrest.