Nonius Asprenas

This was Lucius Nonius Asprenas, Consul in 6 A.D., and not the otherwise obscure Gaius Nonius Asprenas, whom Augustus surnamed `Torquatus' as a consolation for his broken leg, he must have been acquitted; since he is said by Tacitus (Annals, i.53) to have been the proconsul who ordered Agrippa Postumus's execution when the news of Augustus's death reached Rome.

Note from Augustus by Suetonius