Seattle morning radio host leaves job after prostitution arrest

SEATTLE — Seattle radio host Mitch Levy put out a statement Friday about leaving his job with KJR Radio.

Levy was one of the individuals arrested in a prostitution sting in September.

"As most of you realize by now, my 23 year tenure at KJR is over. I am fully aware that I have disappointed so many," Levy said in the statement. Read the entire statement here.

More than 100 men were arrested in a Bellevue prostitution sting, police said.

Bellevue police announced that the week-long investigation called, “Operation On Demand” concluded a large-scale undercover operation aimed at targeting online sex buyers in King County.

"A year ago, the Bellevue Police Department and the King County Sheriff’s Office dismantled a large-scale human trafficking ring," said Bellevue Police Chief Steve Mylett. "This operation is a continuation of our effort to eradicate human trafficking crimes. We will continue to devote our combined resources to combat this plague."

Police told KIRO 7 among the individuals arrested was local sports radio host Mitch Levy, who had his show on KJR 950 AM.

“Some day I hope that you’ll allow me the opportunity to earn back your trust and respect,” Levy wrote.

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