In my experience, law enforcement does not come to your home to make an arrest based upon a misdemeanor warrant. They do, however, make arrests during routine traffic stops (speeding, failure to stop or signal) if the counties are in close proximity.
Yes they can come to your house and arrest. Violating a Protection order is very serous. YOU need to go see a criminal defense attorney now.
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It is like a bench warrant. They can come to your home. However, it is not uncommon for the other county to not come an arrest you. You would have to be transferred etc. It costs money. Sometimes, for smaller offenses they do not make much effort.
If you know there is a warrant - you should contact the courts and schedule a hearing for a warrant quash. Be prepared to go into custody.