QUEENS - Federal agents say they've raided two Nassau warehouses and have disconnected a fake cell phone trafficking ring that stretched from China to Long Island.Officials say they seized more than 30,000 fake phones and found two safe deposit boxes containing more than $500,000 during yesterday's raid. Nassau District Attorney Kathleen Rice says the fake cell phones were made in China, shipped through John F. Kennedy Airport and then stored and assembled at warehouses in Hicksville and Plainview. Investigators have arrested Qiang Chen and Ye Zhang, both of Syosset, and Robert Eisenberg, of New York City. They say the trio was in charge of the operation.