A 44-year-old Seaforth man faces drug-related charges after a traffic stop in Stratford.

Just before 11:30 Saturday night, Stratford Police says they stopped a vehicle on Huron Street and a passenger in the vehicle was identified as a man from Seaforth who was breaching several court-imposed release conditions.

He was arrested for breaching his conditions and was transported to Stratford Police Headquarters.

SPS says the man was searched and drugs including 21.1 grams of suspected Meth, as well as, a small number of pills including Oxycodone and Hydromorphone were found.

$5-thousand in cash was also found him, according to police, which was seized as proceeds of crime.

The man faces several charges including three counts of Possession of a Substance.