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The district court found that Goebel was free to leave and therefore not in custody during the interview. Box 2732, Bismarck, ND 58502-2732, for defendant and appellant. Goebel argues that the district court erroneously denied his motion to suppress incriminating statements, that the charges were time barred by the statute of limitations, and that the evidence was insufficient to support his conviction. I[¶2] In June 2005, Goebel was charged with gross sexual imposition under N. Although Goebel initially denied the allegations, he eventually admitted that he had some sexual contact with J. Rather, Agent Dupree stated that he uses the tape recorder to take a taped statement from the subject near the end of an interview.[¶9] After hearing all the testimony, the district court denied Goebel's motion to suppress the statements he made during the interview. testified at trial and implicated Goebel in detail. However, it was reasonable for the jury to infer that the sexual abuse happened sometime after the house was purchased in December 1990, when J. 20060147Appeal from the District Court of Mc Intosh County, South Central Judicial District, the Honorable Thomas J. In this case, we need not decide whether Goebel was in custody for Miranda purposes.
testified that during a visit to his grandparents' house when he was six or seven years old, Goebel engaged in sexual contact with him. Sheriff Peters testified that the door was closed because he did not want the other city employees working in the building to hear the interview. At that point, Agent Dupree verbally informed Goebel of his Miranda rights and provided him with a written copy of the rights as well. At the hearing, Goebel testified that he remembered being read his Miranda rights and signing something, but that he did not know what he was signing. There is sufficient competent evidence supporting the district court's findings. Goebel is forty-two years old and a high school graduate. Therefore, under , the district court properly applied the current version of § 29-04-03.1 to the charge. The district court did not err in concluding that Goebel's Fifth Amendment rights were not violated and denying the motion to suppress on that ground. Because the district court is in a superior position to judge credibility and weight, we show great deference to the district court's determination of voluntariness. He holds a steady job at a dairy farm and owns two homes in Wishek. first reported the offense to law enforcement authorities on January 31, 2005, at the age of twenty-two.[¶28] When N. testified that later that same evening Goebel took him down to the basement and forced him to engage in anal sex.[¶3] At trial, the State also presented evidence that Goebel had engaged in two separate instances of sexual contact with D. Second, he claims the two charges against him were barred by the statute of limitations and should have been dismissed. First, he argues the district court erroneously denied his motion to suppress incriminating statements he made during an interview with law enforcement.