|Name||Joseph Franklin Davin|
|Birth Date||March 18, 1979|
|Family||Henry Davin (father)|
|Portrayed By||Paul McCarthy-Boyington|
|First Appearance||"The Perfect Storm"|
"I saw it on TV. Three strikes and I'm out, I'm not going back, I'm not going down for this..."
Joseph Franklin "Joey" Davin was an unknowing accomplice of Amber and Tony Canardo.
Joey had been in and out of jail on two separate occasions since he was 17. When MS put his father in a wheelchair, he moved in with him to take care of him. He briefly worked at an auto repair shop, but was fired due to a lack of competence along with a former cellmate, Tony Canardo. He eventually began helping him dispose of cars across state lines, unaware that they had belonged to women Tony's wife, Amber, had killed.
The Perfect StormEdit
In the episode, when the BAU are called in to track down the killers and learn where their victims' cars had gone, considering Joey a possible suspect for the killings. When they go to Henry and Joey's home to question him, Joey has heard about the killings and the connection to the cars on TV and grabs a revolver in order to attempt to fight his way out, since the car disposals would have been his "third strike" and earned him a life conviction. When the investigators are unsuccessful in talking him down, he raises his revolver and is shot and killed by Detective Portillo, much to his father's devastation. Tony later attempts to pin his and Amber's murders on himself and Joey, but the BAU see through him and are able to make an arrest.