A judge Monday ordered a Sacramento man who sprayed the nation with more than 100 fake anthrax mailings in October 2008 to pay $6,677.70 in restitution to two fire departments, a police department, a laboratory and a congressman for costs stemming from receipt of packages. Marc McMain Keyser was charged with sending 10 packages; a jury found him guilty of sending three. U.S. District Judge Frank C. Damrell Jr. ordered Keyser to pay the Modesto Fire Department $2,438.79; the Modesto Police Department $748.29; and Rep. George Radanovich, R-Mariposa, $1,200 for costs associated with receipt of a package at the congressman's Modesto office. Damrell ordered Keyser to pay the Sacramento Fire Department $609.06 for its response to packages delivered to a Starbucks and a McDonald's; and the Sacramento County Division of Health $1,681.56. The health division tested the substance and found it was sugar. Keyser, 68, is serving a prison sentence of four years and three months imposed by Damrell in April.