SAN FRANCISCO – The FBI on Monday arrested the wife of the gunman in the Pulse Nightclub massacre on charges connected to the shooting rampage, investigators confirmed to Fox News.

The June 2016 shooting, seen as the deadliest in modern U.S. history, killed 49 people and wounded dozens more. Police shot and killed gunman Omar Mateen after a three-hour standoff, during which he pledged allegiance to the Islamic State terror group.

Noor Salman, 30, was charged with aiding and abetting her husband’s attempts to support ISIS, as well as obstruction of justice.

According to a source close to the investigation, the U.S. Attorney in Florida and attorneys within the Dept. of Justice, the agencies, which jointly prosecute terrorism cases, wanted to charge Salman with directly supporting ISIS, in addition to aiding the terror network through her husband. However, Acting Assistant Attorney General Mary McCord refused to support additional charges, reported Fox News.

FBI agents from the bureau’s San Francisco field office arrested Salman outside her home in Rodeo, Calif., law enforcement sources said.

Mateen and Salman took their 3-year-old son to Walt Disney World in April 2016. Apparently their behavior was alarming enough for Disney officials to have contacted the FBI to alert them. It was their impression that Mateen and Salman appeared to be scouting the theme park as a venue for a potential attack. The family went to another Disney property, Disney Springs, that June.

During the attack at the Pulse Nightclub that began around 2:00 a.m. on June 12, Mateen placed 16 calls, an FBI source told, and communicated by SMS, a texting service, they reported.

At least three calls were to 911 and one was to a local news service. It was during the latter call he pledged his allegiance to ISIS and expressed support for the Boston Marathon bombers, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

During his shooting spree, he texted Salman, made posts to his Facebook account proclaiming his allegiance to ISIS, and pledged more attacks. Moreover according to an FBI source, he used the social media platform Snapchat to communicate with at least one other person.

Salman is scheduled to appear in federal court Tuesday in San Francisco. She had moved to Contra Costa County after the shooting.

The charges were filed in the Middle District of Florida – the jurisdiction in which the nightclub massacre took place. Following her preliminary court appearance, the feds plan to fly Salman back to Florida where the judicial process will continue.

Salman claimed last November she had no clue about what her husband was planning, according to a New York Times interview. “I was unaware of everything.”

She also said Mateen became increasingly violent as their marriage got rockier, even punching her in a fit of rage while she was pregnant, during a trip to buy baby clothes.

In 911 transcripts released by the Justice Dept. after the shooting, Mateen said, “Praise be to God, and prayers as well as peace be upon the prophet of God [in Arabic]. I let you know, I’m in Orlando and I did the shootings.”

“Nothing can erase the pain we all feel about the senseless and brutal murders of 49 of our neighbors, friends, family members and loved ones. But today, there is some relief in knowing that someone will be held accountable for that horrific crime,” Orlando Police Chief John Mina responded.

One of the officers who responded to the massacre, Master Sgt. Debra Clayton, was shot and killed last week outside a Walmart in the city. Her suspected killer, Markeith Loyd, remained on the loose one week later.