Upon discovering the embezzled furs, Lt. Tragg tells Sgt. Brice, "Get Robbery Detail." This fur theft, like most others, occurred without the threat of violence, so Tragg should have referred the matter to a detail that handled property crimes.
When Jimmy begins to write a note to Ruth, he is writing along the narrower side of the page (portrait orientation). When Ruth removes the note from the door, it is shown written in landscape orientation.
The truck driver, Harry Jonson, told Mason and Drake the accident was due to brake failure caused by a cut brake line - then mentioned the truck has air brakes. Air brakes work in reverse of hydraulic brakes; a cut air line will not allow the brakes to release. That truck should not have been rolling, with a broken line.