Kolb v. State
In Kolb v. State, 930 P.2d 1238, 1243 (Wyo. 1996), the defendant voluntarily came to the police station to be interviewed at the request of the police. The defendant was told prior to questioning that he was not under arrest and was free to leave at any time. Id.
As the defendant's story changed in the course of the interview, the officer advised him of his Miranda rights and re-advised him of those rights as his story continued to evolve.
At the time he confessed to the crime, he had already been advised of his Miranda rights.
Over the defendant's claim that he was in custody before confessing because the room was locked and he was deceived into making false confessions, the trial court concluded he was not in custody and the Court affirmed. Id. at 1245.