When you even enter the area surrounding Lombardo's, you will think you have died and gone to Oklahoma (literally, that is). This place is a consistent magnet for wannabe scum and some pathetic attempts by the police to keep this primate house of the zoo we call Altoona under control. Even though the police station is a mere 2 blocks away, each and every time the police have to be called out where they arrive just a minute too late, while the knife, gun, or bottle wielding blowhard and his street-fighting-manager/girlfriend has already coaxed him somewhere safe to hide, while the police make their vain attempt to take eye witness into account. Just a month ago, this happened 3 nights in a row, where the 3rd left 5 firetrucks blocking residential streets and a smashed up cop car for all to see out the bedroom window.
I feel sorry for the people who have to deal with this garbage week to week. This place needs to be shut down, but the police are nowhere near concerned with it. If they were, they'd patrol this place like hawks come FRiDaY NiGhT! .. The biggest frustration regarding Lombardo's is wondering whether to call the police station direct, and sift through layers of useless teleprompt menus until you hang up in frustration, or call 911 to be snarled at about if your sure it's an emergency.
This place is bad news. Save yourselves, get out while you can.
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