I am the Weekday Morning News Anchor with 92.7 WOBM-FM/Beach Radio/94.3The Point in Ocean County and reporter for the WOBM and NJ 101.5-FM newsrooms and the Shore Sports Network. I began working with TSM-NJ in October of 2015 and have covered a number of stories including New Jersey's Opioid and Heroin epidemic, the Arthur Buckle prison escape, the opening of the JBJ Soul Kitchen and Victor Cruz visiting Brick High School. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @VinEbenau.
Burlington Township man pleads guilty to 2015 fatal shooting
A Burlington Township man who murdered a Willingboro convenience store clerk in 2015 has plead guilty to aggravated manslaughter.
Spring Lake victim revived with narcan following heroin overdose
The tag team efforts of Spring Lake Heights Police and EMS crews help revive a 38-year old from a heroin overdose with narcan.
Search continues for Barnegat woman missing for days
A missing person alert has been issued for a 23-year old from Barnegat who was last seen February 2 on foot near the Barnegat Motel on Route 9.
92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: February 7 5AM
Mother nature doesn't need to pay to get on jersey's beaches…but in most spots, you do.
Toms River Police seek to identify theft suspect
Toms River Police are looking for your help in identifying a man who's shady purchase of an iPhone turned to out to be illegal.
92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: February 6 9AM
Toms River native Todd Frazier has a new home.
Lakehurst resident facing charges for threatening a man with a knife
It was a cell phone deal in the dead of night that led to a Lakehurst man's arrest.
Brooklyn man dies from stabbing in Burlington County
Burlington County investigators are combing through the details in the aftermath of a fatal stabbing outside a townhouse on Coriander Drive in Lumberton Sunday night.
92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: February 6 5AM
A new report finds many health spas in jersey are offering more than massages to their male customers.
Ocean County Freeholders to honor public officials who passed away
The memories of former Lakewood Mayor Richard “Dick” Work and Director of the Ocean County Veterans Service Bureau Ernest "Larry" St. Laurent will be honored at this Wednesday's meeting following their passings in the last week.