By CBS3 Staff

BUCKS COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) — Former Bucks County assistant district attorney Gregg Shore has paid back nearly $8,500 to taxpayers. Shore admitted to delivering for DoorDash during county work hours.

He was demoted and then resigned last month.

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District Attorney Matt Weintraub previously said Shore repaid the time with unused vacation time.

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However, county Controller Neale Dougherty said that method was not proper and Shore under-reported the time he worked for DoorDash by 40 hours.

Shore told Eyewitness News on March 19 that he was “ashamed, embarrassed.”

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“I regret it very much,” Shore said. “Due to my personal circumstances, there were times that I worked a second job delivering food during the COVID pandemic. I primarily worked the job at night and on weekends. However, I made the incredibly poor decision to deliver during the workday at times.”