A charge against a Dickson man for failing to update his information on the Tennessee Sex Offender Registry was placed on hold for a year. 46-year-old Elijah McHenry Carney was listed as being homeless when he was indicted for failing to update his status in a timely manner. In Dickson County Circuit Court Friday, Assistant District Attorney Billy Miller said Carney has since updated his registration and Judge George Sexton agreed to hold the charge against Carney for a year to be reviewed March 14, 2014. Convicted of statutory rape in 2004, the registry now says Carney’s information was updated Jan. 30 to show him living at 845 Blue Road in Dickson. Assistant District Attorney Carey Thompson said Carney has filed several requests to be removed from the Sex Offender Registry, including one that was denied by Judge Robert Burch Dec. 19. Thompson said there is no provision that allows a judge to remove a person from the registry, which was what Burch ruled in December and a stand Sexton echoed last week. There are currently 122 people listed on the Sex Offender Registry as living in Dickson County.