Examiner's DoorDash side gig prompts downgrade

 Examiner's DoorDash side gig prompts downgrade 


The first colleague head prosecutor in Quite a while County, Pennsylvania, has been downgraded for filling in as a conveyance driver for the online food requesting organization DoorDash during work hours. 



Gregg Shore has been downgraded to agent lead prosecutor subsequent to reimbursing the district in relinquished get-away an ideal opportunity for dealing with the side. 


KYW Newsradio broke the news, trailed by stories by the Morning Call, the Washington Post, the New York Times and the Bucks County Courier Times (here and here). 


Shore was paid more than $125,000 each year as first associate lead prosecutor in the Philadelphia suburb, as indicated by 2019 records. 


I Basically worked the work at Evenings and ends of the week be that as it may I settled on the unimaginably helpless choice To convey during the workday now and again Shore said in an articulation. 


In Doing as such I understand that I deceived my chief my associates and in particular the residents of Bucks County. Individuals of Bucks County ought to expect that someone working the limit of first right hand head prosecutor ought to have their total and full focus when obligation calls.


Lead prosecutor Matt Weintraub said in a video proclamation he chose to downgrade as opposed to fire Shore due to his long periods of public help and his work for the area while off the clock. Weintraub said it would be simpler and politically practical to fire Shore, yet he puts stock in allowing him another opportunity. 


What Shore has done "is weak, neglectful, self centered thus moronic," Weintraub said. "It's silly. He has DoorDashed during hours when he should be turning out only for the Bucks County head prosecutor's office and the residents that we serve. I don't have the foggiest idea why he did this. Just he has the appropriate response." 


Shore filled in as an investigator for Bucks County from 1996 until 2000 and since 2015 when he got back to the workplace. He has additionally filled in as an examiner in Lehigh County and for the Pennsylvania principal legal officer's office. 


Shore was named first partner in 2017. Jennifer Schorn, a 20-year veteran with the workplace, will supplant him as first partner.