Such “dog breed” stats have long ceased to be useful, according to the CDC. No one has them — despite the screeching and whining of many in trying to prove otherwise.
As for your question, I’m sure Salamander can oblige you as she has listed a long, though not exhaustive list, of just such breeds biting and attacking.
BS! Those statistics are indicative of the danger of certain types of dogs over others. How many articles are there about setters, spaniels, poodles, labs, wolfhounds, deerhounds, shepherds, beagles, Great Danes, etc., attacking, maiming and killing people.