I am the Weekday Morning News Anchor and Reporter with 92.7 WOBM, 94.3The Point, 105.7TheHawk and Beach 104.1 and also host Jersey Shore Journal on all four-stations on Sundays at 6 am. I am also an on-air reporter for NJ-101.5 and a Play-By-Play Announcer/Reporter for the Shore Sports Network. I began working with TSM-NJ in 2015 and have covered a number of stories over the years including a focus on the drug epidemic, Covid-19 pandemic, telling human interest stories that are inspiring and of communities rallying together. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @VinEbenau.
Traffic stop in Lakehurst, NJ: Driver was fully armed, cops say
A Bayville man who was pulled over for reckless driving by police in Lakehurst is in a lot more trouble after police said they found him with several weapons.
NJ driver survives after his car goes airborne and lands upside down
A Lakewood man is being treated for non-life threatening injuries including head trauma at Jersey Shore University Medical Center after his car overturned on Thursday in Whiting.
NJ says cop was justified in 2019 shootout near gas station
The use of force taken by a Tuckerton Police Officer at a traffic stop on November 21, 2019 where the suspect shot at him, was legally justified, Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley Billhimer said.
Monmouth County is shining a light to honor the heroes of 9/11
If you can spare five minutes, come out Saturday night to a spot in Monmouth County and help shine a light to honor the heroes of 9/11.
Brick, NJ cops say grocery store perv ‘upskirted’ multiple victims
The Brick man who was arrested for up-skirting a woman's dress at the ShopRite on Route 70 in the Kohl's Plaza last month has now been tied to 7 other cases.
Asbury Park, NJ man stole $1,000 in booze from Watermark, cops say
You booze, you lose or in the case of an Asbury Park man -- you steal booze, you also lose.
NJ cop rescues child from locked car, helps pay for broken window
In Island Heights, Patrolman Mellott came to the rescue of a child locked inside of a vehicle and then helped ensure the vehicle was taken care of as well.
Howell, NJ cops use casual conversation to help keep you calm at traffic stops
Police officers patrolling streets and highways as well as communities at large are out there to keep the peace and ensure safety for you and everyone around you.
NJ dad walking 300 miles to help find cure for terminal muscular disease
A Manalapan Dad, whose son is battling Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, is looking to bring hope and a cure to those with this disease by walking 300 miles starting on Saturday.
Toms River, NJ man gets ticket for buzzing neighborhood with his helicopter
A Toms River man who was flying around the township, then landing, has been cited for his travels.