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A neighbor wanted in the double murders of a man and his stepson was shot by police during a traffic stop in Brooklyn early Wednesday.

Jason Pass, 47, had been on the run since Sunday night when he fatally shot 47-year-old school bus driver Bladimy Mathurin and his 27-year-old stepson, Chinwai Mode, in the hallway of their Flatbush Gardens apartment building.

Police said Pass was involved in a dispute with his upstairs neighbors over noise complaints.

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Surveillance video showed Pass and Mathurin (pictured) arguing in the hallway outside Mathurin’s apartment.

Mathurin went back inside the apartment and emerged with a pair of scissors in his hand.

Mathurin’s wife Marie Luc Delille, 48, attempted to pull him back inside the apartment but he resisted — until Pass produced a handgun with a green laser scope and pointed it at him. Mathurin tried to retreat but he was shot in the back.

Pass turned the gun on Chinwai Mode and fired multiple times as Mode sprinted toward the staircase. Pass then stood over Mathurin and shot him again before calmly waiting for the elevator to arrive.

About 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, a police car equipped with a license plate reader drove by Pass’ parked car on Bay 44th Street in Bath Beach.

“The officers rounded the block to verify the plate and came up on the car that was parked,” NYPD Chief of Department John Chell said. “As they walked up to the car the male got out of the car with a knife in his hand and took off running.”

“He charged at them with a knife,” a police source told The New York Post, calling it an attempted suicide by cop.

Pass was rushed to NYU Langone Hospital, where he died a short while later, according to the NYPD.

Pass, who often stayed with his elderly mother in the complex, had long complained about the noise from the upstairs apartment, according to police.

Pass’ older sister told The Post that Mathurin and his family had threatened her mom and brother prior to the shootings.

The shooting, she claimed, was “self defense.”

But Mathurin’s wife said Pass terrorized her family. She said her husband went outside to confront Pass after he kicked their front door on Sunday night.

“That guy terrified my family. The only family I have, my husband and my children. I have nobody else,” Luc Delille said on Monday. Mathurin’s blood still pooled in the hallway outside her front door as she spoke with a reporter.

Pass was fired from his job as a correction officer at Sing Sing Correctional Facility in Westchester in 2005 after he pulled a gun on two plainclothes police officers in a road rage incident.

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