The woman struck a recycling company employee known as 'Wild Bill'
A woman pleaded guilty Tuesday to causing the death of a recycling company employee she struck with her car in South River in May.
Phyllis Kocheran, 52, who's from South River, pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide and driving while intoxicated for striking and killing William Oross with her Jeep on May 3.
Oross, obituary photo
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