Nonius Asprenas
Note from Augustus by Suetonius

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.