Stratford News Police: Stratford man faces impaired driving charges after striking building in Exeter SHARE ON: Casey Kenny, staff Thursday, Jan. 9th, 2020 (Image supplied by OPP). A 36-year-old Stratford man faces numerous charges after police say he drove into a building in Exeter while impaired. Just after 1 o’clock last Saturday morning, police were called to a gas station on Main Street North to check on a driver who had driven into a building. Police say they found a sedan at the scene that had hit the building with the driver appearing to be impaired. Officers say a sobriety test was done on the man which he failed and he was brought to Stratford for another test for dugs which showed he was impaired. He faces charges including Impaired Operation, Operation While Prohibited and Driving While under Suspension. Investigators determined he was driving while prohibited and suspended and that he was driving without insurance and an ignition interlock device which he is required to have. He was later released from custody with a court appearance scheduled for February 10th in Goderich.