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I'm not sure what the abbreviation SOV means, that isn't a standard legal term so is likely just something that particular clerk who entered it into the system uses but the remainder means that the judge is waiting for some motion or other document to be filed and will then issue a warrant.
Normally if it is a house arrest due to being on probation then it would be a VOP (instead of a SOV) meaning a Motion to Revoke Probation for Violation of Probation. It could mean a Submission of Violation but I have never heard it called a SOV or for that term to be used in modern times.