[Published Opinion] The Court of Appeal reversed the true findings on the allegation that appellant had suffered out-of-state convictions for serious or violent felonies. The court reasoned that the elements of robbery under Washington law are broader than under California law, and that the trial court could not supply the missing element by making findings of fact based on documents that supplied the factual basis for appellant’s plea, where appellant admitted only that there was a factual basis for the plea and did not admit the truth of any of the allegations in the documents.